Rice Lake Post Office

14 E Eau Claire St, Rice Lake, WI 54868

Contact Numbers

Phone: 715-234-3553
Fax: 715-234-5920
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours







Lobby Hours
PO Box Access Available

Monday 5:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 5:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 5:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday 5:00am - 5:30pm
Friday 5:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 5:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed

Last Collection Times

Monday 2:00pm
Tuesday 2:00pm
Wednesday 2:00pm
Thursday 2:00pm
Friday 2:00pm
Saturday 2:00pm
Sunday Closed

Passport Acceptance Hours

Monday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 11:00am
Sunday Closed

  • Visit our Passport FAQ page for a complete overview of what to bring, what you need to know, and how long it will take.
  • You will need two forms of Identification with copies.
  • A passport quality photo. Available at location.
  • The appropriate application form printed and filled out, and the required fee for applying or renewing.
  • You can find up to date costs, information, and forms at the State Departments Travel Site

*An appointment is required to apply for or renew US Passports. Please Call.

  • Bulk Mail Acceptance
  • Bulk Mail Account Balance
  • Bulk Mail New Permit
  • Burial Flags
  • Business Line
  • Business Reply Mail Account Balance
  • Business Reply Mail New Permit
  • Duck Stamps
  • General Delivery
  • Money Orders (Domestic)
  • Money Orders (Inquiry)
  • Money Orders (International)
  • Passport Acceptance
  • Passport Photo
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail
  • PO Box Online
  • Lot Parking
  • Passport Appointment Hours

Visit our Links Page for links to Holiday Schedule, Change of Address, Hold Mail/Stop Delivery, PO Box rentals and fees, and Available Jobs.

*Please call to verify information. Is anything incorrect? Let us know here

Nearby Post Offices:

Cameron
1000 W Main St
3.8 miles away

Haugen
105 W 3rd St
4.5 miles away

Barron
437 E La Salle Ave
6.3 miles away

Chetek
535 1st St
8.3 miles away

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Postmaster Randy ~ you have not heard from me yet about the posting in Haugen about keys and other such dribble......Sometime common sense must trump policy and here is why I think that to be true. Haugen post office is unique that it serves as the heart of the village. It is a place to gather sometimes to catch up with the lake people when they return, the Boy Scouts to hear of their experiences at Camp Phillips, we can check in with who is ill today and when one lady or another elderly person does not show up for several days the word is put out and they are checked on. Joan Smith and Rose Brunclik following Joan built the Haugen office up and I think was a profit making office. Once Tracy took the full day away the bank suffered, bulk mailers and others took their business elsewhere, hurting the "heart of the village". In today's world there is not much eye contact or verbal communication ~ most have their heads down looking a a phone...........the prior women and you too Randy when in Haugen have always greeted people at the window even if just getting their mail - with their key. Now I do know I personally have been spoiled over the years when I don't have my key, often, I know, and I thought the snotty posting about keys and mail was directly at me I was so pleased to know and hear about others too! So I was not the only one spoiled! It is to bad we have to a stepping stone for the ones who want career positions. We need someone who wants to be in Haugen, and who fits in with the special and unique office e have - it is like the Ceska Opera House, it is a gem in this crazy techie world - we would like it to stay that way. We don't need a 2 hour person from Sarona in a 4 hour position of Rice Lake's..........(I did learn about the system over the years from Joan and Rose) telling us what policy is. We know it, but common sense trumps policy sometimes, and it is a good thing.
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We've had a piece of mail delivered to us about a couple months ago that had belonged to our neighbor. No biggy. This weekend(Sat) we received the neighbor's mail once again. This was ALL his/her mail. We didn't even get ours! I went to give their mail to them and check if they had received ours. NOPE! They had their neighbors mail! Right down the line! Most likely the whole block! How does something like this happen? No, excuse for this! I was waiting for a package that was to come and the shippers site said it was delivered? Where did it go?
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Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds... Guess this doesn't apply in Wisconsin - where a little bit of ice and slush will prevent them from getting out of their trucks and delivering the mail....
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