In order to
conform to USPS rules, envelopes and boxes
must be addressed a certain way. A properly
addressed package consists of two parts, a
return address and a mailing address.
Mail MUST be stamped or labeled with the
correct addresses, handwritten packages will
not be accepted.
State, Zip Code
Information Line – Unit name
Line – ATTN: Someone
Address Line – Unit Address from the
Standard Distribution List
Line – City, State, Zip Code
goes below the Zip Code
Official USPS Mail:
may be hand delivered to the attendant and
will be mailed on a Tuesday or Thursday
FedEx Official Mail:
receipt of the request, the
attendant will fill out the
necessary paperwork and e-mail back
a label to be printed out and placed
on the package.
the responsibility of the sender to
package the item intended to be
shipped. FedEx supplies are
available at the drop box outside of
the Facilities Engineering Building
or in the Mail Room.
the package is assembled, the sender
shall hand deliver package to Terry
Christoffer in the Warehouse
(Facilities Engineering Building).
These packages will be shipped after
Personal Mail has been properly labeled
and stamped, the sender may place the
letter either in the drop-box outside of
the Mail Room or hand deliver the mail
to the attendant. If the sender requires
additional shipping assistance with
Personal Mail, the sender may visit a
local USPS provider.
FedEx Personal Mail:
is responsible for all fees associated
with the sending and delivering of
packages. Information and payment may be
processed on the FedEx website.
properly packaging and labeling has been
done, packages may be hand delivered to
Terry Christoffer in the Warehouse of if
afterhours, may be placed in the FedEx
box located in front of the Facilities
Official Mail: After 3 p.m.
Personal Mail (in FedEx box): Between
dropping of a USPS letter, the letter
may be left in the drop-box near the
door of the Mail Room.
call the Officer of the Day if mail
needs to be picked up from the Mail
Room. The Department mailbox key is
required to obtain mail.
is a package that cannot fit into the
Department mailbox, the attendant will
contact the recipient via e-mail. A
signature is requested for pick-up at
the Mail Room.
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