USPS Near Me in Rutland County VT

Addresses, phone numbers, and business hours for USPS in Rutland County VT.

Post Office Near Me in Rutland County VT

Post Offices in Rutland County VT - Find locations, hours, addresses, phone numbers, holidays, and directions to the closest Post Office near me.

Belmont Post Office Mount Holly VT 2400 Belmont Road 05730 802-259-2790

Bomoseen Post Office Castleton VT 63 Route 4a West 05732 802-468-5558

Brandon Post Office Brandon VT 32 Conant Square 05733 802-247-6666

Castleton Post Office Castleton VT 576 Main Street 05735 802-468-5559

Chittenden Post Office Chittenden VT 198 Chittenden Road 05737 802-775-2180

Cuttingsville Post Office Wallingford VT 5446 Vermont 103 05738 802-492-3585

Danby Post Office Danby VT 214 North Main Street 05739 802-293-5105

East Wallingford Post Office Wallingford VT 16 Village Street 05742 802-259-2829

Fair Haven Post Office Fair Haven VT 1 Marble Street 05743 802-265-3205

Florence Post Office Pittsford VT 1543 West Creek Road 05744 802-483-2335

Hydeville Post Office Castleton VT 912 Route 4a West 05735 802-265-8106

Killington Post Office Killington VT 2046 U.s. 4 05751 802-775-4247

Middletown Springs Post Office Middletown Springs VT 17 South Street 05757 802-235-2495

Mount Holly Post Office Mount Holly VT 53 Belmont Road 05758 802-259-2796

North Clarendon Post Office North Clarendon VT 47 Moulton Avenue 05759 802-773-7893

Pawlet Post Office Pawlet VT 5707 Vermont 30 05761 802-325-3065

Pittsfield Post Office Pittsfield VT 3934 Vermont 100 05762 802-746-8953

Pittsford Post Office Pittsford VT 853 Arch Street 05763 802-483-6641

Poultney Post Office Poultney VT 123 Main Street 05764 802-287-9033

Proctor Post Office Proctor VT 29 Main Street 05765 802-459-3359

About USPS

The USPS, or United States Postal Service, dates back to 1775, when Benjamin Franklin became the first Postmaster General. Today, the USPS has grown into the world's largest postal delivery service, processing and delivering nearly half of the world's mail. The USPS delivers mail by plane, train, car, boat, hovercraft, and mule, and it operates the country's largest retail network. The USPS is a self-supporting government agency that does not receive tax dollars for its operating expenses.