Post Office Closures


The Ministry of National Security is advising that out of an abundance of caution, the Bermuda Post Office’s Mail Processing Centre (BPMC) at the L.F. Wade International Airport has been closed.

This follows two series of tests for the presence of asbestos both of which proved negative. There is a hole in the roof of the structure and on the advice of the Government’s Health & Safety Officer, the Bermuda Post Office has closed the facility with a view to shifting mail processing operations to an alternate location.

Since Tropical Storm Fay and in the aftermath of this weekend’s hurricane, the facility has been tested to ensure that the area was not putting the health of employees at risk.

The closure may result in temporary delays in the processing and delivery of mail, but every effort will be taken to minimize this for the public.


Public Service Announcement

The Bermuda Post Office wishes to remind the public that sub-post offices at St. David’s, Harrington Sound and Somerset Bridge will close effective Nov. 1st, 2014.

Home delivery within these postal districts will continue with no disruption in service, delivery standards and time of delivery.

P.O. Box holders at these locations can:

1) Transfer their respective P.O. Box to any other sub-post office location.

2) Close their P.O. Box and provide the Post Office with an alternate address for home delivery.

3) PO Box holders will continue to have access to their postboxes until end-of-day Dec. 31st, 2014.

Please visit any of our sub-post office locations or find us online at or contact Project Manager, Sam Brangman Jr. @ or 294-4475 with any questions and/or concerns.

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