Covington Carrier Annex Post Office

10721 Covington by Pass Rd, Covington, GA 30014

Contact Numbers

Phone: 678-342-6742
Fax: 678-342-9349
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Lobby Hours

Monday 24 hours
Tuesday 24 hours
Wednesday 24 hours
Thursday 24 hours
Friday 24 hours
Saturday 24 hours
Sunday Closed

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Nearby Post Offices:

2600 Main St
1.2 miles away

2131 Stallings St NW
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2.3 miles away

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5.6 miles away


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Horrible. We've been at our home 29 years and they STILL can't get it right! Woman that answers their phone is clueless and unconcerned. My parents are handicapped and it's a shame they can't even depend on the government to get just their mail delivered correctly!


Several times I’ve held mail but they deliver anyway. I had it held this past week Aug 5 th to be delivered August 10th, today. I get notifications of what’s in my mail each day so when we got home Sunday they had left Saturdays mail. Today they did not deliver at all!! I need my mail I have a couple of bills that need to be paid and I also have a check in there!! I will be calling first thing in the morning since they are not answering now If they are going to have this option of having mail held they need to get it right. .


I found this in my mailbox today. I have a few questions that need answers. 1) How did you get access to my medical records to find out if I do or do not have a medical hardship? 2) Do you realize my mailbox is in the same damn spot it's in for the last 24 years? It has not been moved since it was put in place. 3) What gives you the right to ask me for any medical information on myself or my family? 24 years ago when I put my mailbox in place I asked if it could be put where it is now. I was told that as long as it's on the road's right of way, it's fine. I asked the mail carrier at the time if it would be OK, he said yes. Here's what they are complaining about. When you turn in my driveway, I can pull in just far enough so the back end of my truck does NOT stick out in the road & I can roll down my window, get my mail & go to the house. The mail carrier can stop just past my box, back up into my driveway out of traffic, drop our mail off, take a break, then move on to the next box. Could it that the person is simply to damn lazy to back up? The letter reads "During a recent route inspection it was brought to my attention that there may no longer be a medical hardship case at your resident. Therefore, we respectfully ask that your mailbox be relocated back to the road. If there is a medical reason/hardship that exists, I ask you forward proper medical documents to the address below prior to March 6, 2020. Please mail to: Nancy Clark Covington Post Office 10721 Covington Hwy Bypass Road Covington, GA 30014-9998. If no request is made and received in writing, we will look for your mailbox to be on the roadway by the deadline date of March 6, 2020. I ain't moving my mailbox. It's been in the same spot for 24 years.


We left a note in the mail box on the 13th of Oct. to hold our mail and redeliver on Oct. 22nd, Some mail came on the 22nd no papers that were from the week before. Called the Post Office to see where other mail was and they did not know. Mail was delivered on the 23rd along with the note I had written. There was several bills inside. If I had not called I don't know when I would have received it. I stayed on the phone for 2 hours hitting redial trying to talk to someone. The line was busy. This is not the first time this has happened.



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