615 NW 2nd Ave 97013 Canby Post Office, Oregon

97013 Canby Post Office 615 NW 2nd Ave, Oregon opening hours, phone number and location on the map.

ADDRESS: 615 NW 2nd Ave, Oregon,
ZIP CODE: 97013
PHONE NUMBER: +1 5032663353
FAX: 5032663453
TTY: 8778892457
TOLL-FREE: +1 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Should you have additional questions about post office tracking, please do not hesitate to call Canby Post Office by the phone: +1 5032663353.


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615 NW 2nd Ave Canby Post Office opening hours

Bulk mail acceptance hours:
Monday to Friday 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday-Sunday Not working
Carrier facility hours:
Monday to Saturday 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday Closed
Global express guaranteed hours:
Monday to Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday-Sunday Closed
Last collection times:
Monday to Friday 5:30 PM
Saturday 3:00 PM
Sunday Closed
Lobby hours:
Monday-Sunday 12:01 AM - 11:59 PM
Pickup services hours:
Monday to Friday 6:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday 6:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday Closed
Pobox access hours:
Monday-Sunday 12:01 AM - 11:59 PM
Retail hours:
Monday to Friday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday-Sunday Not working

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Find the Canby Post Office, 615 NW 2nd Ave on the map.
GPS location: lat 45.261123099999999, lon -122.70005999999999

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  1. On a recent visit home to Canby, I saw a lifelong friend who’s a courier forced to provide her own vehicle, which is an old beat up Jeep Cherokee that can’t hold many packages. She frequently works 12 hour days, being paid for 8, and is constantly putting money into her own vehicle because the Post Master refuses to provide her a vehicle for her over-stretched route. As a military veteran and federal civilian with the DoD, I’m appalled that the USPS exposes some of its workers to these conditions. I was also surprised to learn that they don’t make extra money working weekends and delivery Amazon packages. Maybe the Post Master gets a bonus for saving money on fleet expenses, but this just seems flat wrong in how to treat employees. She’s usually delivering late in the afternoon or early evening, and when I asked why so late, she says she frequently has to make three runs because she can’t fit everything in her Jeep. Meanwhile, I plenty of nice Sprinter vans around town. Seems pretty backward to me. I hope this doesn’t put my friend in a bad way, but as they say… see something, say something.

  2. As a former rural carrier, I can verify all of this abuse is true. Postmaster Gabe Garcia worked me 65 hours per week then laid me off after the holidays because he said I hadn’t learned the routes fast enough. I was sent on 10 different routes usually a different one every day of the week with no legible map and little training. I once was sent out on a route for the first time after sunset. No map! The USPS still owes me $390, which I’ll never see. Thanks to some USPS workers who care, this owed balance is about half of the amount of money Gabe Garcia failed to pay at the end of my tenure. I admire postal carriers. Abusive managers and the employers who allow it, not so much.

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