USPS typically delivers both mail and packages together as part of their regular mail delivery service. This means that USPS carriers usually deliver letters, flats (such as magazines and catalogs), and packages in the same delivery route.
USPS carriers are trained to handle various types of mail and packages during their deliveries, and they are equipped with the necessary tools, equipment, and vehicles to transport and deliver different sizes and types of mail and packages.
It’s worth noting that USPS may have specific guidelines or procedures for handling certain types of packages, such as requiring a signature for delivery or leaving a package at a designated location if the recipient is not available. However, in general, USPS carriers are responsible for delivering both mail and packages during their daily routes.
It’s also important to keep in mind that USPS delivery practices and procedures may vary depending on the specific location, service level, and other factors. It’s recommended to check the USPS website or contact USPS directly for more information about their delivery processes or any specific questions about your mail or package delivery.