Okanogan County Post Offices

109 N 7th St
Brewster, Washington 98812

2274 Us Highway 153
Carlton, Washington 98814

219 N Lottie Ave
Conconully, Washington 98819

402 Mead Way
Coulee Dam, Washington 99116

16 S Front St
Elmer City, Washington 99124

12 Palmer Ave
Loomis, Washington 98827

32 B and O Rd
Malott, Washington 98829

34 Main St
Methow, Washington 98834

100 9th St
Nespelem, Washington 99155

212 2nd Ave N
Okanogan, Washington 98840

104 S Main St
Omak, Washington 98841

1234 Ironwood St
Oroville, Washington 98844

170 Pateros Mall
Pateros, Washington 98846

407 Kendall St
Riverside, Washington 98849

15 W 5th St
Tonasket, Washington 98855

205 Glover St
Twisp, Washington 98856

2360 Highway 20 Unit 1
Wauconda, Washington 98859

1110 State Route 20
Winthrop, Washington 98862

Okanogan County

There are 18 US Post Offices in Okanogan County serving a total of 41,589 residents equating to 2,311 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 66,381 packages are handled across the 18 county post offices annually. Okanogan County /\u02cco\u028ak\u0259\u02c8n\u0252\u0261\u0259n/ is a county located in the U.S. state of Washington along the Canada\u2013US border. As of the 2010 census, the population was 41,120. The county seat is Okanogan, while the largest city is Omak. In area, it is the largest county in the state. Approximately 20 percent of residents live in the Greater Omak Area. The county forms a portion of the Okanogan Country. The first county seat was Ruby, Washington, which has now been a ghost town for more than 100 years. Okanogan County was formed out of Stevens County on February 2, 1888. The name derives from the Okanagan language place name uk\u02b7naq\u00edn. The name Okanogan (Okanagan) also refers to the region that encompasses part of southern British Columbia."