There are 20 Post Offices in Santa Barbara County, California, serving a population of 442,996 people in an area of 2,735 square miles. There is 1 Post Office per 22,149 people, and 1 Post Office per 136 square miles.
In California, Santa Barbara County is ranked 44th of 58 counties in Post Offices per capita, and 34th of 58 counties in Post Offices per square mile.
Find Santa Barbara County, California post offices and USPS mailing boxes.
Buellton Post Office 140 West Highway 246 Buellton, CA
Carpinteria Post Office 5425 Carpinteria Avenue Carpinteria, CA
Casmalia Post Office 3401 Point Sal Road Casmalia, CA
Ellwood Post Office 400 Storke Road Goleta, CA
Goleta Post Office 130 South Patterson Avenue Goleta, CA
Guadalupe Post Office 1030 Guadalupe Street Guadalupe, CA
Lompoc Post Office 801 West Ocean Avenue Lompoc, CA
Los Alamos Post Office 497 Bell Street Los Alamos, CA
Los Olivos Post Office 2880 Grand Avenue Los Olivos, CA
Milpas New Post Office 107 Nopalitos Way Santa Barbara, CA
Montecito Post Office 1470 East Valley Road Santa Barbara, CA
New Cuyama Post Office 4855 Primero Street New Cuyama, CA
Orcutt Post Office 155 South 1st Street Santa Maria, CA
San Roque Post Office 3345 State Street Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Barbara Post Office 836 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Maria Post Office 201 East Battles Road Santa Maria, CA
Santa Ynez Post Office 3564 Sagunto Street Santa Ynez, CA
Solvang Post Office 430 Alisal Road Solvang, CA
Summerland Post Office 2245 Lillie Avenue Summerland, CA
Victoria Court Post Office 1221 State Street Santa Barbara, CA
Santa Barbara County Post Offices are branch locations of the customer service postal facilities of the United States Postal Service (USPS) in Santa Barbara County, CA. The USPS is an independent agency of the federal government that provides mail and package delivery services to all states and territories. Santa Barbara County post offices are supported entirely by revenues generated by their own operations. Operational authority over the USPS lies with a Board of Governors and rate setting authority falls under the Postal Rate Commission.You may contact the Post Office for questions about: