Is Mail Delivered on Memorial Day 2015 in the U.S.?

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The question of, “Will mail be delivered on Memorial Day?” is answered with a big “No.” All post offices and federal offices of any kind will be closed for the holiday, which means that no businesses nor homes will get mail. This also counts out USPS packages. According to USPS, because it is a federal holiday, all federal offices are closed. However, all federal workers are still paid for the day.

As far as Fedex and UPS go, their services are suspended, but will resume the day after, on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

Holidays on which mail is not delivered are:

New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr’s Birthday
Washington’s Birthday (President’s Day)
Presidents’ Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veterans Day
Christmas Day
Thanksgiving

As far as package delivery goes, though UPS observes Memorial Day, there are plenty of holidays that UPS doesn’t observe and those holidays include:

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – January 19, 2015
Valentine’s Day – February 14, 2015
Presidents’ Day – February 16, 2015
Chinese New Year – February 19, 2015
Daylight Saving Time begins – March 8, 2015
St. Patrick’s Day – March 17, 2015
Passover – April 4, 2015
Easter – April 5, 2015
Earth Day – April 22, 2015
Cinco de Mayo – May 5, 2015
Mother’s Day – May 10, 2015
Flag Day – June 14, 2015
Ramadan begins – June 18, 2015
Father’s Day – June 21, 2015
UPS Founders’ Day – August 28, 2015
Rosh Hashanah – September 14-15, 2015
Yom Kippur – September 23, 2015
Columbus Day – October 12, 2015
Halloween – October 31, 2015
Daylight Saving Time ends – November 1, 2015
Veterans Day – November 11, 2015
Hanukkah – December 7, 2015
Christmas Eve – December 24, 2015***
Day after Christmas – December 26, 2015
Kwanzaa – December 26, 2015

Fedex is open New Year’s Eve and Good Friday.


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