Tax deadline is April 18
LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Eight post offices across Los Angeles and Orange counties will stay open late Monday to accommodate people trying to get their tax returns in the mail before the midnight deadline.
The usual tax-filing deadline is April 15, but it was extended this year because Friday was a holiday —Emancipation Day—in Washington, D.C.
To allow last-minute filers to meet the Monday night deadline, the following post offices will offer extended hours:
• Airport Station, 9029 Airport Blvd., Los Angeles, with mail collection and retail service until midnight;
• Industry, 15421 E. Gale Ave., with collection until midnight, and retail service until 6 p.m.;
• Long Beach, 2300 Redondo Ave., with collection until midnight, and retail service until 7 p.m.;
• Los Angeles, 7001 S. Central Ave., with collection until midnight, and retail service until 10 p.m.;
• Pasadena, 600 Lincoln Ave., offering collection and retail service until 10 p.m.;
• Santa Ana, 3101 W. Sunflower Ave., with collection until midnight and retail service until 7 p.m.;
• Van Nuys, 15701 Sherman Way, with collection and retail service until midnight; and
• B&B Pharmacy, 18525 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda, with collection and retail until 10 p.m.
All other post offices will be open for regular hours. Information is available online at www.usps.com or by calling (800) 275-8777.
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LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Note to procrastinators: Today is the deadline to file your taxes, so a handful of local post offices will be staying open late to ensure you can get them in the mail.
Three postal centers will be staying open until midnight to collect mail:
• in Los Angeles, at 7001 S. Central Ave.;
• in Santa Ana, at 3101 W. Sunflower Ave; and
• in Santa Clarita, at 28201 Franklin Parkway.
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