Calvert County Post Office

Find Calvert County Maryland post offices and USPS mailing boxes. Post offices provide information on bulk mail services, domestic mail delivery, international shipping, change of address, mail forwarding, PO boxes, and passport services.

Barstow Post Office 2485 Hallowing Point Road Prince Frederick MD 20678 410-535-1479

Broomes Island Post Office 8320 Broomes Island Road Broomes Island MD 20615 410-586-1728

Chesapeake Beach Post Office 7905 Bayside Road Chesapeake Beach MD 20732 410-257-6180

Dowell Post Office 14515 Dowell Road Lusby MD 20657 410-326-2135

Dunkirk Post Office 10383 Southern Maryland Boulevard Dunkirk MD 20754 301-855-5384

Huntingtown Post Office 4020 Old Town Road Huntingtown MD 20639 410-535-9633

Lusby Post Office 11575 Lusby Lane Lusby MD 20657 410-326-4406

North Beach Post Office 9132 Bay Avenue North Beach MD 20714 410-257-6328

Owings Post Office 9440 Old Solomons Island Road Owings MD 20736 301-812-2652

Port Republic Post Office 3000 Saint Leonard Road Port Republic MD 20676 410-586-0580

Prince Frederick Post Office 35 Duke Street Prince Frederick MD 20678 301-855-1742

Saint Leonard Post Office 4244 Saint Leonard Road St. Leonard MD 20685 410-586-0688

Solomons Post Office 13946 H G Trueman Road Solomons MD 20688 410-326-3193

Sunderland Post Office 6401 Southern Maryland Boulevard Sunderland MD 20689 410-535-9633

What is a Post Office?

A post office is a local branch of the United States Postal Service, where mail is received and dispatched to individuals and businesses in a given community. A post office usually has postal clerks who receive and process mail, and it's also the place from which mail carriers pick up mail they deliver on their local routes. The office handles USPS business, including mail and package sorting, delivery and forwarding, sales of stamps and other postal supplies, change-of-address requests, and other administrative functions.

In some small communities, the local post office may be located within a commercial business. In communities both large and small, a post office may serve as a local passport office at which passport applications are received and undergo initial processing.