Makiki Post Office

1111 Lunalilo St, Honolulu, HI 96822

Contact Numbers

Phone: 808-532-5689
Fax: 808-532-3733
TTY: 877-889-2457
Toll-Free: 1-800-Ask-USPS® (275-8777)

Retail Hours

Lobby Hours
PO Box Access Available

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

Last Collection Times

Monday 5:00pm
Tuesday 5:00pm
Wednesday 5:00pm
Thursday 5:00pm
Friday 5:00pm
Saturday 2:00pm
Sunday Closed

*This facility does not process US Passports applications or renewals. Check nearby locations below.

  • Burial Flags
  • Business Line
  • Business Reply Mail Account Balance
  • Business Reply Mail New Permit
  • Money Orders (Domestic)
  • Money Orders (Inquiry)
  • Money Orders (International)
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail
  • PO Box Online
  • Lot Parking

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Nearby Post Offices:

Ala Moana
1450 Ala Moana Blvd Ste 1006
0.5 mile away

Downtown Honolulu
335 Merchant St Fl Ground
0.7 mile away

1170 Nuuanu Ave Ste 105
0.8 mile away

330 Saratoga Rd
1.0 miles away


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why cant I talked to someone when I need help


This is now the fourth time postman has not taken outgoing mail. I verbally made a complaint after the second incident with the office and even had to pay late fees as a result of this. The third time it happened I left a polite note as a reminder to please be thorough in your tasks as a U.S. postman. The flag was erect since 02/10/21 hours before the window which the mail arrives. I received a call from landlord on 02/13/21 to realize the mail was still not picked up. Amongst other late fees which I am now having to pay this behavior is unacceptable by any standards and will not be tolerated any longer. Please replace this individual with another who is capable of doing a simple task with Intelligence & integrity. Thank you.


Also pls note that this is not personal attack. The postman always seems to be a nice person but nice has nothing to do with this task. Four times is three times too many.
• Replied to No can already


Why is my item all the way in Hauula when i live in Honolulu. Must’ve gotten mixed up, fix this problem


The stupid mailman jammed a packed( full of 3D greeting cards) into my condo key mailbox & I cannot get it out w/out damaging $70 worth of cards. We have a gazillion parcel lockers right under the regular mailboxes! I am beyond pissed off & want compensation for the cards.


The parcel lockers are used for parcels. I know it doesn't make sense but that's the rules. Were you on vacation? How did the mail box get so full? Please check your mailbox daily.
• Replied to 808liz


In response to "The parcel lockers are used for parcels. I know it doesn't make sense but that's the rules. Were you on vacation? How did the mail box get so full? Please check your mailbox daily." I DO CHECK MY MAIL EVERY DAY. This was a large, hard cardboard envelope that said DO NO BEND in very large letters on both sides. It was too large for my mailbox so the idiot mailman decided to jam it in the box anyways. As a result, some of the 3D greeting cards it held were damaged. We have smaller parcel lockers that I have gotten large envelopes in, not just parcels. We also have a res mgr right there who could have taken the envelope. Even he could not get it out of my mailbox when I showed him w/out further damaging the envelope. I have pictures but cannot upload here.
• Replied to 808liz


Okay, in that case, you are certainly right that the oversized card should have been put in to the parcel locker. Especially when "Do not bend" is on it. I would definitely talk to the carrier supervisor. Talk to Pearl, Selina, Steve, or Chris. Let them know you don't appreciate the carrier damaging your mail. Hard to find carrier's who really cares about their customers. It could be a fill in carrier (CCA) you had on that day. Regular carriers are generally more careful. I'm telling you this because I work there and am always willing to help customers. Please talk to the carrier supervisor. Best regards.
• Replied to 808liz


The mailman is placing my mail in other tenants mailboxes! Because of this i did not receive my phone bill and now have to pay a late fee terrible!


I would go down to the Makiki Post Office, their hours are Monday through Friday 9am to 4:30 pm, now a days it's not busy, just don't go when they open or when they're closing. Tell one of the clerks you want to speak to the carrier supervisor. Either Pearl, Steve or Selina will come and talk to you. When you talk to them, make sure they understand you will not stand for the mail carrier's errors. These mistakes should not happen. If they can't put the mail in the right mail box, sorry,don't work for the Post Office. Let them know you mean business! Unless you are very serious, they will not do anything. How do I know? I work there. But I'm not a carrier.
• Replied to MIYAJI


Young new delivery man came to our complex and decides to deliver 2 out of my 3 boxes to my neighbor as directed on note left on my door. Funny part is he decides to not bring my 3rd box and write an orange attempt slip when 2 out of my 3 mail has been delivered. Neighbor that received mail said he was inpatient, rude, and in a rush. Already it proves inconsistancy I have the emails for proof of delivery being delivered to neighbor as requested verses last item attempting to deliver but he did not bring my 3rd mail with him!!!!!! Now I have to wait until the weekend when I have time to pick i t up. Whats the purpose of paying postage if they can't deliver? disappointed!

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