Post Offices in Marion County, Florida

There are 21 Post Offices in Marion County, Florida, serving a population of 343,778 people in an area of 1,588 square miles. There is 1 Post Office per 16,370 people, and 1 Post Office per 75 square miles.

In Florida, Marion County is ranked 33rd of 67 counties in Post Offices per capita, and 26th of 67 counties in Post Offices per square mile.

List of Marion County Post Offices

Find Marion County, Florida post offices and USPS mailing boxes.


Anthony Post Office 9081 Northeast Jacksonville Road Anthony, FL

Belleview Post Office 4800 Southeast 110th Street Belleview, FL

Candler Post Office 10801 Southeast 110th Street Road Belleview, FL

Citra Post Office 2250 East Highway 318 Citra, FL

Dunnellon Post Office 11432 North Williams Street Dunnellon, FL

Eastlake Weir Post Office 13803 East Highway 25 East Lake Weir, FL

Fairfield Post Office 14990 Northwest Highway 225 Reddick, FL

Fort Mc Coy Post Office 14945 Northeast Highway 315 Fort McCoy, FL

Lowell Post Office 12521 Northwest Gainesville Road Reddick, FL

Maricamp Post Office 6530 Southeast Maricamp Road Ocala, FL

Mc Intosh Post Office 5650 Avenue G McIntosh, FL

Ocala Post Office 400 Southwest 1st Avenue Ocala, FL

Ocklawaha Post Office 13470 East Highway 25 Ocklawaha, FL

Orange Lake Post Office 19250 North US Highway 441 Reddick, FL

Orange Springs Post Office 24282 Northeast Highway 315 Fort McCoy, FL

Paddock Post Office 4545 Southwest 60th Avenue Ocala, FL

Reddick Post Office 15373 Northwest Gainesville Road Reddick, FL

Silver Springs Post Office 3050 Northeast 55th Avenue Silver Springs, FL

Sparr Post Office 12855 Northeast Jacksonville Road Anthony, FL

Summerfield Post Office 14560 U.s. 301 Summerfield, FL

Weirsdale Post Office 13595 Southeast Highway 42 Weirsdale, FL

About Marion County Post Offices

Marion County Post Offices are branch locations of the customer service postal facilities of the United States Postal Service (USPS) in Marion County, FL. The USPS is an independent agency of the federal government that provides mail and package delivery services to all states and territories. Marion 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:
  • Marion County Post Office hours and locations
  • Mail and package delivery services
  • Marion County PO Box services
  • Passport applications and renewals
  • Marion County Post Office jobs and employment