Say, according to provided USPS tracking, a package makes its way to your local post office after the mail trucks for the day have already been sent out. Can you go to the post office and just pick up the package, or do you have to wait for it to be delivered the next day?
/\:Unfortunately, mail cannot bepicked up before it’s delivered.The United States Postal Service systemis set up to deliver mail,it is not able to retain mailso that you can come in and pick it up..
by postal p:You have to wait. Most offices have packages come in after the carriers leave. They are scanned arrived, but still must be sorted to the carrier routes, by a clerk that knows the scheme. That is usually done the next night. It really is impossible. They are not going to take the clerk off of the window to look for your package, while the line is going out of the door.