Ashtabula County Post Offices

275 E Main St
Andover, Ohio 44003

4307 Station Ave
Ashtabula, Ohio 44004

2773 State Route 307
Austinburg, Ohio 44010

268 State St
Conneaut, Ohio 44030

2477 State Route 193
Dorset, Ohio 44032

1041 S Broadway
Geneva, Ohio 44041

37 W Jefferson St
Jefferson, Ohio 44047

3110 W Main St
Kingsville, Ohio 44048

2716 E Center
North Kingsville, Ohio 44068

47 S Maple St
Orwell, Ohio 44076

62 State Route 7 S
Pierpont, Ohio 44082

3046 E Water St
Rock Creek, Ohio 44084

3232 Us Highway 6
Rome, Ohio 44085

6887 S Ridge Rd
Unionville, Ohio 44088

5911 Us Route 322
Williamsfield, Ohio 44093

5103 State Route 322
Windsor, Ohio 44099

Ashtabula County

There are 16 US Post Offices in Ashtabula County serving a total of 102,159 residents equating to 6,385 residents per post office. It's estimated that approximately 163,057 packages are handled across the 16 county post offices annually. Ashtabula County is the northeasternmost county in the U.S. state of Ohio. As of the 2010 census, the population was 101,497. The county seat is Jefferson. The county was created in 1808 and later organized in 1811. The name Ashtabula derives from Lenape language ashte-pih\u00eble, 'always enough (fish) to go around, to be given away'; contraction from apchi 'always' + tepi 'enough' + h\u00eble (verb of motion). Ashtabula County comprises the Ashtabula, OH Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Cleveland-Akron-Canton, OH Combined Statistical Area. The county is probably best known for having seventeen covered bridges within the county limits, including both the longest and the shortest covered bridges in the United States. Grapes are a popular crop and there are several award winning wineries in the region owing to the favorable microclimate created by the nearby lake. During the winter, Ashtabula County and neighboring Geauga and Lake Counties receives frequent lake effect snow and is part of the Southeastern Lake Erie Snowbelt."