Newton Center Post Office

716 Beacon St, Newton Center, MA 02459

Contact Numbers

Phone: 617-558-1399
Fax: 617-964-3685
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 6:00pm
Tuesday 6:00pm
Wednesday 6:00pm
Thursday 6:00pm
Friday 6:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Passport Appointment Hours*

Monday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 3:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
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 or schedule online.

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

Visit our Links Page for 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:

Newton Center Carrier Annex
211 Sumner St
0.1 mile away

Boston College
136 Commonwealth Ave
0.7 mile away

Newton Highlands
63 Lincoln St
0.8 mile away

Chestnut Hill
12 Middlesex Rd
1.0 miles away


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I put my mail on hold while away and asked for delivery to resume 4 days ago.Still nothing.I called, emaied,stopped at the carrier center on summner street , was told someone will call .Still waiting. Last time I went away some of my mail only got to me two months later and I ended up having to pay fines because of delays So disappointing and unreliable


Today I became a victim of mailbox theft - someone got a hold of some checks I had mailed and used them to nearly drain my checking account. I almost lost $50,000 (thankfully, my bank took action). Newton police officer told me that mailbox theft in Newton is common. So, why isn’t the USPS replacing every mailbox with the new version which has only slits? I will NEVER use the USPS to send checks ever again!


I visited the Newton Center post office on Wednesday, 5/17. The postal worker behind the counter was a tall, large African American man. I asked him to weigh my letter and see if it needed extra postage. He said it did not. He sold me some stamps. I put the stamp on the letter and said, "will you take it or should I drop it in the slot." He said he'd take it. He turned around and put it in his mail and walked a few steps back to the counter. My friend, who was standing in next me, handed him a few stamped letters and said, "would you take these too?" He said in a confrontive manner, "you saw me walking to deposit her mail, why didn't you give these to me then ?" It was an unpleasant interaction and implied that my friend should be trying to meet his needs when, in fact, he was there to provide service to us. So you can imagine how annoyed I was yesterday when I received in the mail, the original letter that I had asked the postal worker to weigh. It was returned to me for needing 21 cents extra postage!! I expect better service from postal workers. I've never has such unfriendly inefficient service before.

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