Maps that show the Postal Service’s new districts and divisions structure are now available on Blue.
Under a plan announced March 3, the organization’s 67 districts will be consolidated into 50. The new territories will align closely to state borders and provide familiar boundaries for employees and customers.
Additionally, the Postal Service will create a 13th division for Logistics and Processing Operations.
Logistics will be organized into four regions — each geographically aligned to one retail and delivery area — and divided into three or four divisions for a total of 13. No division or region will span more than one area.
Processing Operations will be organized into two regions — each geographically aligned with two retail and delivery areas — and divided into six or seven divisions for a total of 13.
The district consolidations and Logistics and Processing Operations realignment are part of phased changes that USPS began last summer and continued in the fall to improve the organization’s ability to operate efficiently and better serve customers.
Under the phase announced last week, the Postal Service is offering an early retirement option to eligible nonbargaining employees to encourage more voluntary separations and help complete needed organizational changes with minimal disruption to the workforce.