Hancock County Post Office

Find Hancock County Maine 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.


Aurora Post Office 68 Old Airline Road Aurora ME 04408 207-584-5672


Bar Harbor Post Office 55 Cottage Street Bar Harbor ME 04609 207-288-3122

Bass Harbor Post Office 209 Harbor Drive Tremont ME 04653 207-244-5139

Bernard Post Office 71 Bernard Road Tremont ME 04612 207-244-5150

Birch Harbor Post Office 3 E Schoodic Dr Birch Harbor ME 04613 207-963-7652

Blue Hill Post Office 104 Main Street Blue Hill ME 04614 207-374-5667

Brooklin Post Office 26 Reach Road Brooklin ME 04616 207-359-2088

Brooksville Post Office 945 Coastal Road Brooksville ME 04617 207-326-4873

Bucksport Post Office 6 Mechanic Street Bucksport ME 04416 207-469-3621

Castine Post Office 43 Main Street Castine ME 04421 207-326-8551

Corea Post Office 646 Corea Road Gouldsboro ME 04624 207-963-2277

Cranberry Isles Post Office 1 Frenchman Bay Cranberry Isles ME 04625 207-244-3328

Deer Isle Post Office 12 Main Street Deer Isle ME 04627 207-348-6944

East Orland Post Office 986 Acadia Highway Orland ME 04472 207-469-1170

Ellsworth Post Office 199 Main Street Ellsworth ME 04605 207-667-5340

Franklin Post Office 48 Blackswoods Road Franklin ME 04634 207-565-2983

Gouldsboro Post Office 411 Rte 1 Gouldsboro ME 04607 207-963-7148

Hancock Post Office 1405 US Hwy 1 Hancock ME 04640 207-422-6259

Hulls Cove Post Office 3 Breakneck Road Bar Harbor ME 04609 207-288-3842

Islesford Post Office .61 Main Road Cranberry Isles ME 04646 207-244-5621

What Change of Address options are available?

Customers can request a temporary or permanent Change of Address either online or in person at the Post Office using PS Form 3575. The online application for Change of Address has a $1.00 identity validation fee.

Is it possible to insure mail and items sent via the USPS?

Yes. Standard mail can be insured for up to $5,000 for an additional fee. Registered mail items can be insured for up to $50,000.

What is the USPS Office of Inspector General?

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) is a division within the USPS responsible for ensuring the integrity and accountability of the postal service. It conducts investigations to safeguard the postal system and performs audits and reviews.