Arkansas, also nicknamed the Natural State, borders Missouri to the north, Tennessee, Mississippi to the east, Oklahoma to the west, and Texas to its southwest. Arkansas consists of 75 counties and covers an area of 134,856 square kilometers. The state has an adventurous capital by the name Little Rock. Moreover, the state boasts of 51 state parks and wildlife. Its major tourist attractions are the Buffalo National River, hot springs national park, the Arkansas museum, and the Blanchard Springs Caverns.
Arkansas prides itself on a full and vast range of United States Postal Services (USPS) in the University of Arkansas situated at Little Rock. A historic structure was built in 1881 and exhibited exquisite Italian renaissance revival architecture. Moreover, it has a spectacular interior accentuated by Ionic marble columns, motifs, coffered ceilings, and segmental arches over the building’s windows.
The post office at Little Rock is situated on the 1st floor and offers daily delivery of all USPS mails. Such services include USPS Business Reply mails, USPS 1st class postage, USPS bulk mail services, and USPS certified outgoing mail services. These services are available during the weekdays, and delivery of university mails happens in the midmorning, and mail pickup happens from 4 pm to 4:45 pm.
There is also the Austin post office in Arkansas’ Lonoke county. It caters to approximately 6708 residents and handles 10707 packages each year. The post office offers retail services and bulk mail services.
United States Postal Services is also felt in Bentonville. In Bentonville, there are seven post offices and boxes that are available for public use. The post offices and boxes offer the Arkansas residents the opportunity to mail letters and packages. More comprehensive information about the post offices in Arkansas state such ass their operation hours, phone contacts, stamps, money orders, and more are readily available from multiple sources and the website, www.usps.com/