Wayne County Post Offices

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8483 Ridge Rd
Alton, New York 14413

20 S Park St
Clyde, New York 14433

4995 Ridge Rd
East Williamson, New York 14449

1 Pearl St
Lyons, New York 14489

1475 Canandaigua Rd
Macedon, New York 14502

3785 S Main St
Marion, New York 14505

300 S Main St
Newark, New York 14513

10374 E Railroad Ave
North Rose, New York 14516

2001 Furguson St
Ontario, New York 14519

1544 Ridge Rd
Ontario Center, New York 14520

522 E Main St
Palmyra, New York 14522

4133 Mill St
Pultneyville, New York 14538

6755 Wolcott St
Red Creek, New York 13143

10660 Wolcott St
Rose, New York 14542

1542 N Main St
Savannah, New York 13146

44 W Main St
Sodus, New York 14551

8432 Bay St
Sodus Point, New York 14555

3453 State Route 89
South Butler, New York 13154

82 Ridge Rd
Union Hill, New York 14563

2263 Walworth Marion Rd
Walworth, New York 14568

6144 State Route 21
Williamson, New York 14589

6048 Lake Ave
Wolcott, New York 14590

Wayne County

There are 22 US Post Offices in Wayne County serving a total of 96,778 residents equating to 4,399 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 154,468 packages are handled across the 22 county post offices annually. Wayne County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York. As of the 2010 Census, the population was 93,772. The county seat is Lyons. The name honors General Anthony Wayne, an American Revolutionary War hero and American statesman. Wayne County is less than 50 miles west of, and is in the same Congressional District as, Syracuse. Wayne County has been considered to be part of the Rochester, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area and lies on the south shore of Lake Ontario, forming part of the northern border of the United States with Canada. Its location during the early westward expansion of the United States, on an international border and in a fertile farming region, has contributed to a rich cultural and economic history. Two world religions sprung from within its borders, and its inhabitants played important roles in abolitionism in the years leading up to the American Civil War. Nineteenth century War of 1812 skirmishes, Great Lakes sailing ship commerce and Erie Canal barge traffic have since yielded to contemporary recognition as one of the world's most productive fruit growing regions. Wayne County ranks as the top apple producing county in New York."