There are 20 Post Offices in Caledonia County, Vermont, serving a population of 30,576 people in an area of 649 square miles. There is 1 Post Office per 1,528 people, and 1 Post Office per 32 square miles.
In Vermont, Caledonia County is ranked 5th of 14 counties in Post Offices per capita, and 7th of 14 counties in Post Offices per square mile.
Find Caledonia County, Vermont post offices and USPS mailing boxes.
Barnet Post Office 30 Monument Circle Barnet, VT
Danville Post Office 35 Park Street Danville, VT
East Burke Post Office 552 Route 114 East Burke, VT
East Hardwick Post Office 45 Main Street Hardwick, VT
East Ryegate Post Office 57 Papermill Road East Ryegate, VT
East Saint Johnsbury Post Office 1064 U.s. 2 St. Johnsbury, VT
Groton Post Office 1236 Scott Highway Groton, VT
Hardwick Post Office 52 Mill Street Hardwick, VT
Lower Waterford Post Office 532 Maple Street Waterford, VT
Lyndon Center Post Office 325 Center Street Lyndon, VT
Lyndon Post Office 5992 Memorial Drive Lyndon, VT
Lyndonville Post Office 1025 Broad Street Lyndon, VT
Mc Indoe Falls Post Office 37 Academy Lane Barnet, VT
Passumpsic Post Office 32 Bridge Street St. Johnsbury, VT
Peacham Post Office 79 Church Street Peacham, VT
Saint Johnsbury Center Post Office 1616 Memorial Drive St. Johnsbury, VT
Saint Johnsbury Post Office 1153 Main Street St. Johnsbury, VT
South Ryegate Post Office 2544 Scott Highway South Ryegate, VT
West Burke Post Office 30 Post Office Road West Burke, VT
West Danville Post Office 2748 U.s. 2 Danville, VT
Caledonia County Post Offices are branch locations of the customer service postal facilities of the United States Postal Service (USPS) in Caledonia County, VT. The USPS is an independent agency of the federal government that provides mail and package delivery services to all states and territories. Caledonia 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: