We have a variety of stamps (Forever) available.
The Marshall Community Library became the first Village Post Office in Wisconsin on January 28th, 2013.
As a VPO, the library is not replacing the regular Marshall Post Office. We merely provide some basic post office services as a benefit for our patrons. These services are:
There is a blue letter collection box outside the library near the book drop.
Inside the library, we accept pre-paid packages being mailed inside the USA.
We sell Forever stamps in singles, booklets of 20 and rolls of 100.
PACKAGES CANNOT CONTAIN ANYTHING LIQUID, FRAGILE, PERISHABLE OR POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS or containing lithium ion batteries. We have to ask you if your package contains any of those materials, so please don't take offense.
Anything weighing 13 ounces or more is considered a package and should not be put in the PO Box outside.
We cannot print postage for packages. However, for flat-rate boxes only, you can purchase Forever stamps in place of printed postage. See the table below to calculate how many stamps you will need. If you have a valid library card, you can use a library computer to print off labels and postage for ten cents per page.
We cannot accept packages being mailed to other countries, and we do not sell stamps other than Forever stamps. We do not provide tape, bubble wrap or other packaging materials. We do have a supply of free flat-rate priority boxes.
Forever Stamp Prices*
Roll of 100 Forever Stamps $58.00
Booklet of 20 Forever Stamps $11.60
Single Forever Stamp $0.58
Postage Needed to Send a Flat-Rate Priority Box (if it fits, it ships)*
Priority Flat Rate Envelope: $8.95 online, or $9.11 at the library
Small Flat Rate Box: $9.45 online, or $9.69 at the library
Medium Flat Rate Box: $16.10 online or $16.48 at the library
Large Flat Rate Box: $21.50 online or $21.70 at the library
Large: 12 1/4" x 12 1/4" x 6"
Medium: 11 1/4" x 8 3/4" x 6"
Small: 8 5/8" x 5 3/8" x 1 5/8"
Envelope: 10" x 6"
* Always check USPS for the most accurate up to date prices. We reserve the right to charge the prevailing prices even if our web site is inaccurate.