Bell County Post Offices

4658 Highway 66
Arjay, Kentucky 40902

16464 Highway 66
Beverly, Kentucky 40913

5501 Us Highway 119
Calvin, Kentucky 40813

16073 Us Highway 25 E
Fourmile, Kentucky 40939

17170 Highway 190
Frakes, Kentucky 40940

3449 Highway 92
Ingram, Kentucky 40955

201 N 20th St
Middlesboro, Kentucky 40965

10845 Highway 987 Brownies Creek
Miracle, Kentucky 40856

111 S Walnut St
Pineville, Kentucky 40977

100 Stoney Fork Post Office Loop
Stoney Fork, Kentucky 40988

Bell County

There are 10 US Post Offices in Bell County serving a total of 28,073 residents equating to 2,807 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 44,808 packages are handled across the 10 county post offices annually. Bell County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 28,691. Its county seat is Pineville. The county was formed August 1, 1867, from parts of Knox and Harlan Counties and augmented from Knox County in 1872. The county is named for Joshua Fry Bell, and was originally called \"Josh Bell\" but shortened to \"Bell\" by 1880. Bell County is considered a \"Moist\" county, a special type of county between dry and wet. The County recently changed to moist by a vote in September, 2015 allowing alcohol-by-the-drink sales in Middlesboro, Kentucky. In a standard dry county, all sales of alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Under ABC terminology, a limited county is an otherwise dry county in which at least one city has approved the sale of alcohol by the drink at restaurants that both seat a state-mandated number of diners and derive no more than 30% of their revenue from alcoholic beverages. In the case of Bell County, Pineville had voted to allow alcohol by the drink in restaurants that seat at least 100 diners. This was the terminology to describe the area until the Middlesboro Vote allowing the retail of alcohol. The Middlesborough, KY Micropolitan Statistical Area includes all of Bell County."