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Post Office Location: 229 West Genessee Street/701 Washington Street/1245 Main Street/465 Grant Street/1035 Broadway Street/1200 Williams Street Room 200/725 Hertel Avenue/170 Manhattan Avenue/2061 South Park Avenue/3014 Delaware Avenue/244 Highland Parkway; Buffalo, NY
Year Post Office built:
Town(s) Served: Buffalo
Acceptable City Names: Amherst, Blasdell, Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Eggertsville, Kenmore, Lackawanna, Sloan, Snyder, S Cheek, South Cheektowga, Tn of Tona, Tonawanda, Town of Tonawanda, University Buffalo, W Amherst, West Amherst, West Seneca, Williamsville
Not Acceptable City Names: Bflo, Hiler, Jingo, S Cheektowga, Snyder Square, W Seneca
Sectional Service Facility: Buffalo (Main)
County(ies): Erie

Info on Buffalo:

The City of Buffalo is the second most populated city in the State of New York. This is in the western portion of the state. It is home to over 261,310 residents (2010 Census). The city originated in 1789. This has always been a home of transportation in the New York region , with the waterways of the Great Lakes, and the Erie Canal. Train service was a major player in this towns history, and the nations interstate system.

Looking at the Buffalo Post Office. (August, 2012)