Postal Service Adds New ZIP Code in Rapidly Growing Orem/Vineyard Area

  • New 84059 ZIP Code to ensure continued high quality mail service into future; Impacted customers advised to begin using 84059 ZIP Code now
    OREM/VINEYARD, UT — The Postal Service is adding a new ZIP Code in the Orem/Vineyard area to ensure continued high quality mail service into the future. Nearly 3,000 customers previously in ZIP Codes 84058 and 84057 have already been notified by mail that their ZIP Code will become 84059 effective July 1, 2018.

    The new ZIP Code became necessary due to the rapid growth in the Orem/Vineyard area and allows for the addition of new delivery routes and new addresses in the area. Adding the new ZIP Code will also help the Postal Service to sort, ship and deliver the mail more efficiently. Customers will experience no changes in their service or delivery.

    Generally speaking, all addresses west of Geneva Road between 1600 North and 1000 South are being assigned the new 84059 ZIP Code (see map below). Customers may choose to use either Orem UT 84059 or Vineyard UT 84059 on the last line of their address.

    USPS advises all customers receiving the new ZIP Code to begin using it immediately and to inform those whom they correspond with as soon as possible. However, customers’ mail identified with the old ZIP Code will continued to be delivered for a period of one year.

    “This new ZIP Code allocation will enable the Postal Service to continue to deliver the efficient and accurate service our customers expect and depend on,” said acting USPS Salt Lake District Manager Mike Mirides. “We will do our best to make this a smooth and easy transition for our customers and our Business Service Network, Business Mail Units and account managers will also be notifying major business mailers, municipalities, banks, utility and credit card companies that this ZIP Code change has occurred.”

    Customers with questions concerning the ZIP Code change may contact the Orem Post Office at 801-802-7137.

    The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.

  • It is very good that people have been notified. The zip code discrepancy can cause many issues. For example, if you order the delivery to your door and state the wrong figure in your zip code, your order may be seriously delayed and even lost. And you will not receive any compensation if you made a mistake in your address. It becomes your responsibility. Click here to recheck your postal code.

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