Pleasant View Post Office

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2550 Highway 49 E, Pleasant View, TN 37146

Contact Numbers

Phone: 615-746-5552
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 4:00pm
Tuesday 4:00pm
Wednesday 4:00pm
Thursday 4:00pm
Friday 4:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm
Sunday Closed

Bulk Mail Acceptance Hours

Monday 8:30am - 3:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 3:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 3:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 3:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm
Saturday 8:30am - 11:30am
Sunday Closed

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

  • 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)
  • Pickup Accountable Mail
  • Pickup Hold Mail
  • PO Box Online
  • Lot Parking

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:

Ashland City
102 N Vine St
5.1 miles away

Chapmansboro
2900 Highway 12 N
5.5 miles away

Cedar Hill
104 S Main St
6.3 miles away

Springfield
800 Willow St
7.4 miles away

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It’s difficult to decide which is the best representation of service I’ve experienced since moving to PV a little over a year ago. 1. Not bothering to get out and ring the doorbell to deliver a package that requires a signature and say “no recipient” when everyone was home prior to a federal holiday on your last delivery on a Saturday. 2. Crushing the corners of a box to wedge it into my mailbox or 3. Placing my package in front of the garage door so when I get home at 8:30 pm after working a 12 hour day I’ll run it over with my F-150 in the dark.
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