Can I put a mailbox on an empty lot?
Also asked, can you have a mailbox without a house?
The general rule is one mailbox per customer. If there is no house, there should not be a mailbox. It's not a legal delivery address without a structure on it. Any mail should be returned to sender.
Likewise, what happens if you don't have a mailbox? Since there is no mail receptacle for your address on then main road, and the carrier is not allowed to deviate from his assigned route along the main road, your mail would return to the post office where it would be marked "Undeliverable/No Mail Receptacle", and the first and second class mail (which might be parcels)
Likewise, people ask, when can I put up a mailbox?
Mailboxes must be placed 6 to 8 inches away from the curb; the incoming mail slot or door must be 41 to 45 inches from the ground. Curbside mailbox posts should be buried less than 24 inches deep and made from wood no larger than 4 inches high by 4 inches wide.
How many feet do you have to park away from a mailbox?
E) requires that vehicles not park within ten (10) feet of a mailbox facing the street. Unfortunately, not all drivers adhere to this requirement and may park within the restricted postal zone, thus impeding vehicle-served mail delivery.