About the Los Angeles PCC
The Postal Customer Council® (PCC®) program is a valuable resource for business mailers, large and small. Local PCCs serve as an open channel for USPS®-to-business communication, providing information and best practices for achieving cost-effective and profitable mailing, education, and training, as well as solving local challenges. Through regular meetings, educational programs, mailer clinics, and seminars, PCC members learn about the latest postal products and services that may help them grow their business.
The PCC® Program’s mission is to foster a close working relationship between the U.S. Postal Service and commercial mailers. Our goals are to share information about new and existing Postal Service business products, programs, services, and procedures. Through focused educational programs, the PCC® strives to help industry members and their organizations grow and develop professionally
The Postal Service® offers training opportunities and assistance to anyone who wants to learn more about how using the mail can be a way to achieve cost-effective business growth. Whether you’re a small or large business owner looking for training in direct mail, a mail professional looking for workshops and certification, or you’d like to join the greater community of business mailers, we’re here to help.
AWARDS AND FUN FACTS
- 2007 – 2024 PCC Premier Certificate Award (Gold Level)
- 2014 – 2024 PCC Premier Certificate Award (Platinum Level)
Los Angeles County, in which Los Angeles is located, is the largest county in the United States.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles was 120°F (48.9°C) in 2020, while the lowest was 2°F (−18.9°C) in 1984.
The Greater Los Angeles Area has the 2nd largest economy in the United States, between the Greater New York Area and the Greater Chicago Area.
The United States Post Office in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, also known as Hollywood Station, is one of the few historic government buildings remaining relatively unchanged in Hollywood. Built in 1937 it was designed in Art Deco style and in 2023, Architectural Digest named Hollywood Station the fourth most beautiful Post Office in the world.
The Los Angeles P&DC was originally built in 1989 on the former Goodyear Rubber Company complex. In 2022, the Los Angeles P&DC completed a 400,000 sq ft. expansion making it the largest mail processing facility in the United States. The Los Angeles P&DC currently sits at 1.7M sq ft. and is home to almost 3,000 employees.