Jefferson County Post Offices

411 S 4th St Ste 175
Louisville, Kentucky 40202

4440 Crittenden Dr
Louisville, Kentucky 40221

11501 Park Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40223

4500 Annshire Ave
Louisville, Kentucky 40213

1527 Highland Ave
Louisville, Kentucky 40204

2240 Taylorsville Rd Ste 1
Louisville, Kentucky 40205

835 S 7th St
Louisville, Kentucky 40203

2727 W Broadway
Louisville, Kentucky 40211

16207 Eastwood Cut Off Rd
Eastwood, Kentucky 40018

411 Mount Holly Rd
Fairdale, Kentucky 40118

6302 Bardstown Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40291

4330 Glenview Ave
Glenview, Kentucky 40025

6319 Upper River Rd
Harrods Creek, Kentucky 40027

3050 Hunsinger Ln
Louisville, Kentucky 40220

4772 Allmond Ave
Louisville, Kentucky 40209

3801 Billtown Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40299

1420 Gardiner Ln
Louisville, Kentucky 40231

8127 La Grange Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40222

3761 Johnson Hall Dr
Masonic Home, Kentucky 40041

119 Evergreen Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40243

7400 Jefferson Blvd
Louisville, Kentucky 40219

6121 Greenwood Rd
Louisville, Kentucky 40258

9523 Us Highway 42
Prospect, Kentucky 40059

4600 Shelbyville Rd Ste 126
Louisville, Kentucky 40207

2312 S Preston St
Louisville, Kentucky 40217

3131 Crums Ln
Louisville, Kentucky 40216

Jefferson County

There are 26 US Post Offices in Jefferson County serving a total of 438,907 residents equating to 16,881 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 700,545 packages are handled across the 26 county post offices annually. Jefferson County is a county located in the U.S. state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 741,096. It is the most populous county in Kentucky and is more than twice as large as the second most populous, Fayette. The county was formed in 1780 and named for future President Thomas Jefferson, who was Governor of Virginia at the time. In 2003, its government merged with that of its largest city and county seat, Louisville, forming a new entity, the Louisville/Jefferson County Metro Government (official long form) or Louisville Metro (official short form). Whenever possible, the metro government generally avoids any self-reference including the name \"Jefferson County\" and has even renamed the Jefferson County Courthouse as \"Metro Hall\". Jefferson County is the anchor of the Louisville-Jefferson County, KY-IN Metropolitan Statistical Area."