Butte County Post Offices

5673 La Porte Rd
Bangor, California 95914

5 Whispering Chapel Ln
Berry Creek, California 95916

2994 6th St
Biggs, California 95917

550 Vallombrosa Ave
Chico, California 95926

12225 La Porte Rd
Clipper Mills, California 95930

2396 Durham Dayton Hwy
Durham, California 95938

19173 New York Flat Rd
Forbestown, California 95941

15517 Nopel Ave
Forest Ranch, California 95942

805 Sycamore St
Gridley, California 95948

14146 Skyway
Magalia, California 95954

141 W 5th St
Chico, California 95928

2359 Myers St Ste D
Oroville, California 95966

1735 Robinson St
Oroville, California 95965

7390 Lincoln Blvd
Palermo, California 95968

6469 Clark Rd
Paradise, California 95969

1259 Broadway
Richvale, California 95974

16939 Skyway
Stirling City, California 95978

Butte County

There are 17 US Post Offices in Butte County serving a total of 188,330 residents equating to 11,078 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 300,596 packages are handled across the 17 county post offices annually. Butte County is a county located in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 220,000. The county seat is Oroville. Butte County comprises the Chico, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is located in the California Central Valley, north of the state capital of Sacramento. Butte County is known as the \"Land of Natural Wealth and Beauty.\" Butte County is watered by the Feather River and the Sacramento River. Butte Creek and Big Chico Creek are additional perennial streams, both tributary to the Sacramento. The county is the home of California State University, Chico and of Butte College. There are four major hospitals and the State of California defines Butte County as being inside Health Service Area 1. A special district, the Butte County Air Quality Management District, regulates airborne pollutant emissions in the county. It does this following regional regulations, state, and federal laws. For example, in recent years, the agency changed rules that used to allow residents to burn household trash outdoors."