Northampton County Post Offices

212 S 1st St
Bangor, Pennsylvania 18013

175 N Chestnut St
Bath, Pennsylvania 18014

535 Wood St
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18016

3232 Easton Ave
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18020

680 Blue Mountain Dr
Cherryville, Pennsylvania 18035

3937 Mountain View Dr
Danielsville, Pennsylvania 18038

201 Ferry St Bldg 1
Easton, Pennsylvania 18042

660 Delaware Ave
Hellertown, Pennsylvania 18055

17 S Commerce Way
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017

6564 S Delaware Dr
Martins Creek, Pennsylvania 18063

2 Mount Bethel Plz
Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania 18343

9 N Main St
Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064

1701 Washington Ave
Northampton, Pennsylvania 18067

650 S Greenwood Ave
Easton, Pennsylvania 18045

7 S Robinson Ave
Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania 18072

403 Delaware Ave
Portland, Pennsylvania 18351

131 W 4th St
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015

209 Main St
Stockertown, Pennsylvania 18083

423 Broad St
Tatamy, Pennsylvania 18085

331 E Breadfruit Dr
Treichlers, Pennsylvania 18086

249 Lehigh Gap St
Walnutport, Pennsylvania 18088

138 N Broadway
Wind Gap, Pennsylvania 18091

Northampton County

There are 22 US Post Offices in Northampton County serving a total of 272,982 residents equating to 12,408 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 435,710 packages are handled across the 22 county post offices annually. Northampton County is a county located in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the population was 297,735. Its county seat is Easton. The county was formed in 1752 from parts of Bucks County. Its namesake was Northamptonshire and the county seat of Easton is named for the country house Easton Neston. Northampton County is included in the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the New York-Newark, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area. Its northern edge borders The Poconos, and its eastern section borders the Delaware River, which divides Pennsylvania and New Jersey. The county is industrially-oriented, producing anthracite coal, cement, and other industrial products. Bethlehem Steel, once one of the world's largest manufacturers of steel, was located there prior to its closing in 2003."