Santa Barbara County Post Offices

140 W Highway 246
Buellton, California 93427

5425 Carpinteria Ave
Carpinteria, California 93013

3401 Point Sal Rd
Casmalia, California 93429

400 Storke Rd
Goleta, California 93199

130 S Patterson Ave
Santa Barbara, California 93111

1030 Guadalupe St
Guadalupe, California 93434

801 W Ocean Ave
Lompoc, California 93436

497 Bell St
Los Alamos, California 93440

2880 Grand Ave Ste B
Los Olivos, California 93441

107 Nopalitos Way
Santa Barbara, California 93103

1470 E Valley Rd Ste H
Santa Barbara, California 93108

4855 Primero St
New Cuyama, California 93254

155 S 1st St
Santa Maria, California 93455

3345 State St
Santa Barbara, California 93105

836 Anacapa St
Santa Barbara, California 93102

201 E Battles Rd
Santa Maria, California 93454

3564 Sagunto St
Santa Ynez, California 93460

430 Alisal Rd
Solvang, California 93463

2245 Lillie Ave
Summerland, California 93067

1221 State St Ste 12
Santa Barbara, California 93101

Santa Barbara County

There are 20 US Post Offices in Santa Barbara County serving a total of 284,433 residents equating to 14,222 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 453,987 packages are handled across the 20 county post offices annually. Santa Barbara County, California, officially the County of Santa Barbara, is a county located in the southern portion of the state of California, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 423,895. The county seat is Santa Barbara, and the largest city is Santa Maria. Santa Barbara County comprises the Santa Maria-Santa Barbara, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Most of the county is part of the California Central Coast. Mainstays of the county's economy include engineering, resource extraction (particularly petroleum extraction and diatomaceous earth mining), winemaking, agriculture, and education. The software development and tourism industries are important employers in the southern part of the county. Southern Santa Barbara County is sometimes considered the northern cultural boundary of Southern California."