The Labeling Lists Data Product assists mailers with presorting mail by providing active, originating 3- and 5-digit ZIP Code™ data, along with their destination locations, for labeling purposes.
Who is the Labeling Lists Product for?
Mailers who perform presorting activities
First Class Mail
What are Labeling Lists?
Labeling Lists assist mailers with presorting mail. It provides active, originating 3 and 5-digit ZIP Code data along with their destination locations (including city/state/ZIP Code) for labeling purposes. The product contains complete data files of each list found online via Postal Explorer®. Updates to the Labeling Lists are also published in the Postal Bulletin.
Labeling lists change frequently. Mailers may also subscribe to the labeling list products and updates using PS Form 8184. For more information contact the National Customer Support Center at 800-238-3150.
Current Label List Files
Click here to view current Labeling List files.
Labeling List Changes Effective August 1, 2022, we are revising Labeling List(s) L006, L007, L012, and L606 to reflect changes in mail processing operations. Mailers are expected to label according to these revised lists for mailings that are inducted on or after the August 1, 2022, effective date, but no later than September 30, 2022, expiration date. The changes will be published in the Postal Bulletin, Issue #22602. Labeling Lists
For additional information, refer to the January 2022 Release Overview dated August 30, 2021 found on the PostalPro landing page under Featured Updates at https://postalpro.usps.com.
This is the Labeling Lists production schedule for 2022.
This document contains the order form for Labeling Lists.
The Labeling Lists data product assists mailers with presorting mail.
This form is used to create a Web-based account with the National Customer Support Center (NCSC) which will be utilized to retrieve/download files from the Electronic Product Fulfillment (EPF) website.
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