Logan County Post Offices

1983 Buffalo Creek Rd
Accoville, West Virginia 25606

25 Garrison Dr
Amherstdale, West Virginia 25607

150 Big Creek Rd
Big Creek, West Virginia 25505

10516 Blair Mountain Hwy
Blair, West Virginia 25022

242 Sandlick Branch Rd
Bruno, West Virginia 25611

2705 S Main St
Chapmanville, West Virginia 25508

18841 Blair Mountain Hwy
Clothier, West Virginia 25047

2687 Huff Creek Hwy
Davin, West Virginia 25617

2978 Blair Mountain Hwy
Ethel, West Virginia 25076

17 Veterans Ave
Henlawson, West Virginia 25624

603 Bee Bee St
Holden, West Virginia 25625

495 Buffalo Creek Rd
Kistler, West Virginia 25628

2413 Main Hewett Creek Rd
Lake, West Virginia 25121

400 Hudgins St
Logan, West Virginia 25601

9964 Buffalo Creek Rd
Lorado, West Virginia 25630

270 Rita Mall Rd
Lyburn, West Virginia 25632

1453 Huff Creek Hwy
Mallory, West Virginia 25634

125 Market St
Man, West Virginia 25635

352 Mount Gay Rd
Mount Gay, West Virginia 25637

8296 Jerry West Hwy
Omar, West Virginia 25638

631 Allegheny Ave
Peach Creek, West Virginia 25639

105 Thunder Rd
Pecks Mill, West Virginia 25547

11765 Jerry West Hwy
Sarah Ann, West Virginia 25644

16547 Blair Mountain Hwy
Sharples, West Virginia 25183

768 Hanging Rock Hwy
Stollings, West Virginia 25646

5468 Jerry West Hwy
Switzer, West Virginia 25647

2571 Mud Fork Rd
Verdunville, West Virginia 25649

1125 Whitman Creek Rd
Whitman, West Virginia 25652

1604 Jerry West Hwy
Wilkinson, West Virginia 25653

Logan County

There are 29 US Post Offices in Logan County serving a total of 36,567 residents equating to 1,261 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 58,365 packages are handled across the 29 county post offices annually. Logan County is a county located in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 36,743. Its county seat is Logan. The county was formed in 1824 from parts of Giles, Tazewell, Cabell, and Kanawha counties. It is named for Chief Logan, famous Native American chief of the Mingo tribe. Logan County comprises the Logan, WV Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Charleston-Huntington-Ashland, WV-OH-KY Combined Statistical Area. In 1921 it was the location of the Battle of Blair Mountain, one of the largest armed uprisings in U.S. history. More recently, the Buffalo Creek Flood of February 26, 1972, killed 125 people when a coal slurry dam burst under the pressure of heavy rains, releasing over 100,000,000 US gallons (380,000,000 L) of waste and water in a 30-foot (9.1 m) wave onto the valley below. The communities of Lorado and Lundale were destroyed and 14 other communities heavily damaged, including Saunders, Amherstdale, Crites, and Latrobe."