Mcdowell County Post Offices

7 Plum St
Anawalt, West Virginia 24808

7060 Mountaineer Hwy
Avondale, West Virginia 24811

31 Store Bottom Rd
Bartley, West Virginia 24813

2115 Rift Berwind Rd
Berwind, West Virginia 24815

62 Ora Ave
Big Sandy, West Virginia 24816

58 Mountaineer Hwy
Bradshaw, West Virginia 24817

7836 Rocket Boys Dr
Cucumber, West Virginia 24826

83 Davy School House Rd
Davy, West Virginia 24828

2619 Miracle Mountain Rd
Elbert, West Virginia 24830

5798 Black Diamond Hwy
Gary, West Virginia 24836

80 Evergreen Dr
Hensley, West Virginia 24843

5265 Coal Heritage Rd
Iaeger, West Virginia 24844

23 Eight Hollow Rd
Jenkinjones, West Virginia 24848

12499 Marshall Hwy
Jolo, West Virginia 24850

28499 Coal Heritage Rd
Kimball, West Virginia 24853

34879 Coal Heritage Rd
Kyle, West Virginia 24855

40128 Coal Heritage Rd
Maybeury, West Virginia 24861

19233 Highway 16 N
Newhall, West Virginia 24866

33955 Coal Heritage Rd
Northfork, West Virginia 24868

207 Main St
Pageton, West Virginia 24871

534 Greenbrier Mountain Rd
Panther, West Virginia 24872

17117 Marshall Hwy
Paynesville, West Virginia 24873

11 Caspian Ln
Premier, West Virginia 24878

8672 Marshall Hwy
Raysal, West Virginia 24879

12790 Coal Heritage Rd
Roderfield, West Virginia 24881

20714 Highway 16 S
Squire, West Virginia 24884

322 Powerhouse Rd
Switchback, West Virginia 24887

28 Holiday Branch Rd
Thorpe, West Virginia 24888

14175 Rocket Boys Dr
War, West Virginia 24892

245 War Creek Dr
Warriormine, West Virginia 24894

9 McDowell St
Welch, West Virginia 24801

57 Postal Ln
Wilcoe, West Virginia 24895

Mcdowell County

There are 32 US Post Offices in Mcdowell County serving a total of 21,359 residents equating to 667 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 34,091 packages are handled across the 32 county post offices annually. McDowell County is a county in the U.S. state of West Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,113. Its county seat is Welch. McDowell county is the southernmost county in the state. It was created in 1858 by the Virginia General Assembly and named for Virginia Governor James McDowell. It became a part of West Virginia in 1863, when several counties seceded from the state of Virginia during the American Civil War. McDowell County was also home of the famous Rocket Boys, who were from Coalwood."