Monterey County Post Offices

303 N Sanborn Rd
Salinas, California 93905

368 Blohm Ave
Aromas, California 95004

47500 Highway 1
Big Sur, California 93920

73101 Pleyto St
Bradley, California 93426

3845 Via Nona Marie
Carmel, California 93923

56b 5th St Lot 1
Carmel By The Sea, California 93921

11 Via Contenta
Carmel Valley, California 93924

10799 Merritt St
Castroville, California 95012

25561 Jackson St
Chualar, California 93925

346 Belden St
Gonzales, California 93926

846 Oak Ave
Greenfield, California 93927

100 W Alisal St front
Salinas, California 93901

79 Infantry Rd
Jolon, California 93928

123 S 3rd St
King City, California 93930

68025 Jolon Rd
Lockwood, California 93932

3100 De Forest Rd
Marina, California 93933

565 Hartnell St
Monterey, California 93940

8042 Moss Landing Rd
Moss Landing, California 95039

680 Lighthouse Ave
Pacific Grove, California 93950

1491 Cypress Dr
Pebble Beach, California 93953

1712 Private Bolio Rd Rm 517a
Monterey, California 93944

1011 Post Dr
Salinas, California 93907

1 Railroad St
San Ardo, California 93450

53575 Main St
San Lucas, California 93954

1093 Broadway Ave
Seaside, California 93955

150 Kidder St
Soledad, California 93960

40 Spreckels Blvd
Salinas, California 93908

151 North St
Monterey, California 93943

Monterey County

There are 28 US Post Offices in Monterey County serving a total of 342,708 residents equating to 12,240 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 547,000 packages are handled across the 28 county post offices annually. Monterey County is a county located on the Pacific coast of the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 415,057. The county seat and largest city is Salinas. Monterey County comprises the Salinas, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. It borders the Monterey Bay. The northern half of the bay is in Santa Cruz County. Monterey County is a member of the regional governmental agency, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments. The coastline, including Big Sur, State Route 1, and the 17 Mile Drive on the Monterey Peninsula, has made the county world famous. The city of Monterey was the capital of California under Spanish and Mexican rule. The economy is primarily based upon tourism in the coastal regions and agriculture in the Salinas River valley. Most of the county's people live near the northern coast and Salinas Valley, while the southern coast and inland mountain regions are sparsely populated."