Lancaster County Post Offices

128 W Main St
Adamstown, Pennsylvania 19501

100 N 7th St
Akron, Pennsylvania 17501

205 N 2nd St
Bainbridge, Pennsylvania 17502

1093 Georgetown Rd
Bart, Pennsylvania 17503

2694 Old Philadelphia Pike
Bird in Hand, Pennsylvania 17505

1058 Main St
Blue Ball, Pennsylvania 17506

127 E Maple Grove Rd
Bowmansville, Pennsylvania 17507

3 Charles Pl
Brownstown, Pennsylvania 17508

19 N Bridge St
Christiana, Pennsylvania 17509

53 N 4th St
Columbia, Pennsylvania 17512

1 River Corner Rd
Conestoga, Pennsylvania 17516

101 Snyder St
Denver, Pennsylvania 17517

48-50 W Chestnut St Ste 1
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

1604 River Rd
Drumore, Pennsylvania 17518

1238 E Earl Rd
East Earl, Pennsylvania 17519

1813 Olde Homestead Ln
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

2049 Miller Rd
East Petersburg, Pennsylvania 17520

137 S Market St
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 17022

656 W Newport Rd
Elm, Pennsylvania 17521

129 E Main St
Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522

937 Route 41
Gap, Pennsylvania 17527

1599 Main St
Goodville, Pennsylvania 17528

3197 Irishtown Rd
Gordonville, Pennsylvania 17529

55 Drytown Rd
Holtwood, Pennsylvania 17532

482 N Clay St
Hopeland, Pennsylvania 17533

14j Center St
Intercourse, Pennsylvania 17534

3583 Lincoln Hwy E
Kinzers, Pennsylvania 17535

1713 Kirkwood Pike
Kirkwood, Pennsylvania 17536

1638 Lampeter Rd
Lampeter, Pennsylvania 17537

1400 Harrisburg Pike
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17604

1301 Marshall Ave
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

241 Elizabeth St
Landisville, Pennsylvania 17538

10 E Main St
Leola, Pennsylvania 17540

74 E Main St
Lititz, Pennsylvania 17543

47 S Main St
Manheim, Pennsylvania 17545

16 N New Haven St
Marietta, Pennsylvania 17547

1 W High St
Maytown, Pennsylvania 17550

431 N George St
Millersville, Pennsylvania 17551

1 E Main St
Mount Joy, Pennsylvania 17552

6 S Bridge St
Mountville, Pennsylvania 17554

1125 Narvon Rd
Narvon, Pennsylvania 17555

16 Meadow Ln
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

150 Diller Ave
New Holland, Pennsylvania 17557

69 Main St
New Providence, Pennsylvania 17560

1 Leacock Rd
Paradise, Pennsylvania 17562

1842a Lancaster Pike
Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania 17563

1275 Newport Rd
Penryn, Pennsylvania 17564

735 Marticville Rd
Pequea, Pennsylvania 17565

220 W State St
Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566

14 N Reamstown Rd
Reamstown, Pennsylvania 17567

45 Refton Rd
Refton, Pennsylvania 17568

110b Mechanic St
Reinholds, Pennsylvania 17569

119 Lime St
Rheems, Pennsylvania 17570

153 Rohrerstown Rd
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603

9 N Ronks Rd
Ronks, Pennsylvania 17572

3672 Marietta Ave
Silver Spring, Pennsylvania 17575

2433 Old Philadelphia Pike Ste E
Smoketown, Pennsylvania 17576

16 S Line Rd
Stevens, Pennsylvania 17578

200 Historic Dr
Strasburg, Pennsylvania 17579

247 S State St
Talmage, Pennsylvania 17580

104 W Main St
Terre Hill, Pennsylvania 17581

10 Elizabeth St
Washington Boro, Pennsylvania 17582

6 Violet Ave
Willow Street, Pennsylvania 17584

407 Mount Sidney Rd
Witmer, Pennsylvania 17585

Lancaster County

There are 64 US Post Offices in Lancaster County serving a total of 628,286 residents equating to 9,817 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 1,002,815 packages are handled across the 64 county post offices annually. Lancaster County local /\u02c8l\u00e6\u014bk\u1d7bst\u0259r/, (Pennsylvania German: Lengeschder Kaundi) sometimes nicknamed the Garden Spot of America or Pennsylvania Dutch Country, is a county located in the south central part of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 519,445. Its county seat is Lancaster. Lancaster County comprises the Lancaster, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. The County of Lancaster is a popular tourist destination, with the Amish community there being a major attraction. The term Pennsylvania Dutch comes from Pennsylvania German language, derived from the German Deutsch ('German'), Dutch Duits ('German'), Diets ('Dutch' which in this usage has nothing to do with the people or language of the Netherlands): they are the descendants of Germans (Deutsche) who immigrated in the 18th and 19th centuries for the freedom of religion offered by William Penn. They were also attracted by the rich soil and mild climate of the area. Also attracted to promises of religious freedom, French Huguenots fleeing religious persecution settled this area in 1710. There were also significant numbers of English, Welsh and Ulster Scots (also known as the Scotch-Irish in the colonies).