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Yakima Washington

October, 25th

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About Post Offices

There are numerous local government offices within your city for federal, state, and municipal agencies/officials. The United States operates under a system of federalism, which means that some services are handled at the state or local level and others are taken care of by the federal government. A few are joint ventures, such as education. It may be difficult for citizens to discern who does what; as a general rule, the federal government oversees things that require a uniform national standard. Your local city probably has government offices for state and municipal politicians along with branches for agencies/departments. Larger cities and state capitals will definitely have offices for the governor, lieutenant governor, state legislatures, state attorney general, and the like. While the official in question probably is not working there most of the time, he or she has a staff that will be able to assist you or give you his/her contact information. Local state and federal courts are considered government offices, especially in states that elect judges. It is very common for city centers to have offices for departments dealing with the following matters: aging, housing, health, arts, education, agriculture, employment, parks, public safety, tourism, transportation, libraries, public works, and veteran affairs.

  • Post Offices

    307 S Satus Ave, Wapato, WA 98951

    (509) 877-3700

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  • Post Offices

    1715 S 3rd Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 453-1141

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  • Post Offices

    7200 W Nob Hill Blvd, Yakima, WA 98908

    (509) 965-4040

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  • John L Scott Real Estate Offices

    1416 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 248-1970

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  • Calbom & Schwab Law Offices

    1400 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 249-1851

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  • Calbom & Schwab Law Offices

    105 S 3rd St, Yakima, WA 98901

    (509) 248-8012

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  • Banda Law Offices

    6 S 2nd St Ste 411, Yakima, WA 98901

    (509) 248-8116

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  • Greiner Law Offices

    804 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 248-2411

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  • Tamaki Law Offices

    1340 N 16th Ave Ste C, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 248-8338

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  • Moxee Post Office

    202 E Seattle Ave, Moxee, WA 98936

    (509) 248-0955

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  • Apostolic Faith

    501 S 2nd St, Yakima, WA 98901

    (509) 452-9981

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  • Postal Express

    207 S 3rd Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

    (509) 452-6959

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More on Local Government Offices

Consulting an on-line directory will help you navigate through the complex world of finding and communicating with local government offices. The process may move along faster if you know the exact name of the agency, department, or official you are searching for. Those applying for certain social services may be able to find the necessary paper work on-line. This is far more convenient than getting it in person and gives you more time to fill it out correctly. Once you have completed it, you will be able to mail it or drop it off at the office. Of course, there are some things you will want to do in person, such as meet with your local military recruitment officer. Chances are, you will have to make an appearance in order to receive benefits like disability or unemployment. Filling out any available forms will save you time, but may not substitute for an actual visit. Those interested in finding employment at a local government office should apply for positions as quickly as possible. Government offices tend to offer excellent benefits although their jobs may be jeopardized or eliminated during a fiscal crisis. However, there are lots of scams that claim to be associated with government employment. Be very wary of websites offering so called government jobs if their address does not end in gov because it may not be an official government domain.

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