Oxford County Post Office

Find Oxford 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.


Andover Post Office 6 Church St Andover ME 04216 207-392-4571


Bethel Post Office 82 Main Street Bethel ME 04217 207-824-2668

Brownfield Post Office 106 Main Street Brownfield ME 04010 207-935-2713

Bryant Pond Post Office 1 North Main Street Woodstock ME 04219 207-665-2827

Buckfield Post Office 8 Turner Street Buckfield ME 04220 207-336-2641

Canton Post Office 13 Main Street Canton ME 04221 207-597-2020

Center Lovell Post Office 11 Old Stage Road Lovell ME 04051 207-925-3256

Denmark Post Office 39 East Main Street Denmark ME 04022 207-452-2156

Dixfield Post Office 50 Main Street Dixfield ME 04224 207-562-4931

East Andover Post Office 466 East Andover Road Andover ME 04216 207-392-1223

Fryeburg Post Office 488 Main Street Fryeburg ME 04037 207-935-2453

Greenwood Post Office 268 North Main Street Greenwood ME 04255 207-875-3672

Hanover Post Office 2046 Main Street Hanover ME 04237 207-364-4953

Hebron Post Office 337 Hebron Road South Paris ME 04281 207-966-2960

Hiram Post Office 17 Schoolhouse Rd Hiram ME 04041 207-625-4068

Lovell Post Office 216 Main Street Lovell ME 04051 207-925-2310

Mexico Post Office 7 Riverside Avenue Mexico ME 04257 207-364-8302

Newry Post Office 8 Post Office Dr Newry ME 04261 207-824-4134

North Waterford Post Office 905 Valley Road Waterford ME 04088 207-583-4848

Norway Post Office 299 Main Street Norway ME 04268 207-743-8341

About Post Offices

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.