Postal workers ask homeowners to clear paths and mailboxes of snow
Postal workers are asking homeowners to remove snow from their sidewalks and stairs.
They also ask that piles left by snow plows do not block mailboxes.
The postal service says carriers can't make deliveries safely in freezing temperatures.
“Snow and ice make delivery dangerous and slow,” said Greater Indiana District Manager Todd Hawkins. “Maintaining a clear path to the mail box — including steps, porches, walkways and street approach — will help letter carriers maintain consistent delivery service, and help them get the mail delivered.”
To receive your mail, be sure drop off areas are clear.