Hoeven: Expanded West Fargo Postal Facility Helps Process Mail More Efficiently

WEST FARGO, N.D. – Senator John Hoeven today toured the expanded U.S. Postal Service (USPS) auxiliary service facility in West Fargo and marked the first year of operations there. Hoeven also helped present awards to postal workers and install new postmasters for positions throughout the state. 

“The men and women of USPS work hard to ensure mail and packages are delivered in good condition and on time,” Hoeven said. “As our state grows, it’s important for USPS to have infrastructure in place for long-term, efficient mail delivery. This facility is an important part of that infrastructure and helps make processing mail for eastern North Dakota more efficient.”

Hoeven has worked to improve mail services in North Dakota. Last year, USPS selected a location for a new, expanded post office in Watford City after the senator worked with USPS – bringing top USPS officials to North Dakota – to secure a facility that would address the increasing mail demands in western North Dakota. USPS has also recently opened new postal facilities in Williston and Tioga, upgraded postal facilities throughout the state and is constructing a new facility in Stanley.