Cumberland County Post Office

Find Cumberland County Pennsylvania 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.

Boiling Springs Post Office 3 East 1st Street Boiling Springs PA 17007 717-258-6668

Camp Hill Post Office 1675 Camp Hill Bypass Camp Hill PA 17011 717-737-1461

Carlisle Barracks Post Office 1 Carlisle Barracks Carlisle PA 17013 717-258-1930

Carlisle Post Office 66 West Louther Street Carlisle PA 17013 717-243-3531

Enola Post Office 514 Magaro Road Enola PA 17025 717-732-2221

Grantham Post Office 1 College Avenue Mechanicsburg PA 17055 717-766-0953

Lemoyne Post Office 333 Market Street Lemoyne PA 17043 717-737-4129

Mechanicsburg Post Office 702 East Simpson Street Mechanicsburg PA 17055 717-697-4641

Mount Holly Springs Post Office 16 West Pine Street Mount Holly Springs PA 17065 717-486-3468

New Cumberland Post Office 318 Bridge Street New Cumberland PA 17070 717-774-7092

New Kingstown Post Office 31 West Main Street New Kingstown PA 17072 717-766-0172

Newburg Post Office 12 South Water Street Newburg PA 17240 717-423-6105

Newville Post Office 57 West Street Newville PA 17241 717-776-5211

Plainfield Post Office 55 West Main Street Carlisle PA 17015 717-249-6438

Shippensburg Post Office 46 West King Street Shippensburg PA 17257 717-532-2314

Shiremanstown Post Office 10 West Main Street Camp Hill PA 17011 717-737-0395

Summerdale Post Office 202 3rd Street Summerdale PA 17093 717-732-3408

Walnut Bottom Post Office 40 Maple Avenue Walnut Bottom PA 17266 717-532-8935

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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.