Gilmer County Post Offices

6657 N Calhoun Hwy
Big Springs, West Virginia 26137

9579 Cedar Creek Rd
Cedarville, West Virginia 26611

201 E Main St Rm 100
Glenville, West Virginia 26351

10142 Us Highway 33 E
Linn, West Virginia 26384

80 Gassaway Rd
Normantown, West Virginia 25267

11957 Rosedale Rd
Rosedale, West Virginia 26636

5383 Wv Highway 5 E Ste A
Sand Fork, West Virginia 26430

2201 Tanner Fork Rd
Shock, West Virginia 26638

3055 Wv Highway 47 W
Troy, West Virginia 26443

Gilmer County

There are 9 US Post Offices in Gilmer County serving a total of 8,950 residents equating to 994 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 14,285 packages are handled across the 9 county post offices annually. Gilmer County is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 8,693. Its county seat is Glenville. The county was formed in 1845 from parts of Lewis and Kanawha Counties, and named for Thomas Walker Gilmer, Governor of Virginia from 1840 to 1841. Gilmer was later a representative in the United States Congress and Secretary of the Navy in President John Tyler's cabinet. Cedar Creek State Park offers camping, hunting, fishing and hiking. The West Virginia State Folk Festival is held each June. Glenville State College has a full community activity center, a state-of-the-art library, and a complete collection of hand-carved, West Virginia\u2013native birds on public display. The Gilmer County Recreation Center Complex includes a small golf course, a convention / reunion hall, and bunk houses. Gilmer County is home to ten nationally registered historic landmarks, the Cedar Creek Backway, and the annual West Virginia Folk Festival. Media outlets for the community include The Glenville Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder, the county's two newspapers, and Two-Lane Livin', a regional magazine. Gilmer County is also the site of Federal Correctional Institution, Gilmer, a federal medium security prison for men and the county's largest employer. As of 2014, Gilmer County still has only one traffic light. It is located in the city of Glenville."