Berkshire County Post Offices

1 Center St
Adams, Massachusetts 01220

1180 Ashley Falls Rd
Ashley Falls, Massachusetts 01222

623 Main St
Becket, Massachusetts 01223

214 Church St
Cheshire, Massachusetts 01225

609 Main St
Dalton, Massachusetts 01226

1722 E Otis Rd
East Otis, Massachusetts 01029

17 Glendale Rd
Glendale, Massachusetts 01229

222 Main St
Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230

25 Maple St
Hinsdale, Massachusetts 01235

11 Depot St
Housatonic, Massachusetts 01236

545 S Main St
Lanesboro, Massachusetts 01237

35 Frank P Consolati Way
Lee, Massachusetts 01238

68 Main St Ste A
Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

42 Crystal St
Lenox Dale, Massachusetts 01242

8 Mill River Gt Barrington Rd
Mill River, Massachusetts 01244

444 Main Rd
Monterey, Massachusetts 01245

67 Summer St
North Adams, Massachusetts 01247

45 N Main Rd
Otis, Massachusetts 01253

212 Fenn St
Pittsfield, Massachusetts 01201

2089 State Rd
Richmond, Massachusetts 01254

83 Sandisfield Rd
Sandisfield, Massachusetts 01255

99 Main St
Sheffield, Massachusetts 01257

64 Main St
South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258

10 Church St
South Lee, Massachusetts 01260

224 Norfolk Rd
Southfield, Massachusetts 01259

1 Elm St
Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01262

4 Center St
West Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01266

56 Spring St
Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267

Berkshire County

There are 28 US Post Offices in Berkshire County serving a total of 129,355 residents equating to 4,620 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 206,465 packages are handled across the 28 county post offices annually. Berkshire County, pronounced /b\u0259rk\u0283\u0259r/, is a county located on the western edge of the U.S. state of Massachusetts. As of the 2010 census, the population was 131,219. Its largest city and traditional county seat is Pittsfield. The county was founded in 1761. Berkshire County comprises the Pittsfield, MA Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Berkshire Hills are centered on Berkshire County, and the county itself is often referred to simply as the Berkshires. It exists today only as a historical geographic region, and has no county government."