Can you imagine the Palisades without a post office? Soon, some neighborhoods may have to travel a bit farther to mail their parcels.
The U.S. Postal Service is expected to announce the closing of about 3,653 post offices Tuesday, according to The Wall Street Journal.
USPS officials told reporters that the service is struggling financially. They say more and more people are choosing to pay their bills online and are opting to send emails instead of letters.
USPS also told reporters that the locations to be announced Tuesday will close because they had seen low traffic and sales.
No word on whether the closures will affect any post offices in the Los Angeles area. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, the closures will be in mostly rural areas.
We're asking: Palisadians, when was the last time you visited the post office? Do you use online resources more than the brick and mortar locations?