The era of snail mail may be coming to an end -- at a Chicago post office near you.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday it plans to close 3,700 post offices nationally, 14 of which could be in Chicago, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Although mail delivery to homes will not be affected, the USPS will begin looking at other locations for closure with plans to start closings in December. Each office's traffic, revenue and proximity to other USPS offices will be evaluated.
The closures come as a result of increased digital shopping and communication, as the postal service lost $8.5 billion in revenue last year.
The Chicago locations that are being evaluated for closure are: