Carriers of postal rural delivery will travel a number of different ways, so that they can deliver the mail to a roadside mailbox. For someone who has a rural delivery address, their postal number will contain a rural route number with a box number, just like this “RR 2, BOX 8.” There are many different facilities that can guide you into finding the right location for the address of a rural route. You can get this from a post office or the sheriff’s office. If you can afford it then, hiring a private investigator in your search could be an option for you.
Firstly, contact a local sheriff’s office, in the area in your interested in looking. A sheriff will know the area quite well. They will tell you the whereabouts of a rural route address in their region. However, the sheriff may contact the resident before giving out the address, for privacy reasons. If you need to find the sheriff in a specific area, doing a search on the Internet will allow you to do so. Google search is one of those search engines. Type in sheriff with the area code, and click the search button. If there is a sheriff in that town, a list of it offices will show up in the search. Once you have the correct information, write, call or visit the office, and ask for the rural route address.
Secondly, you can contact the post office and request for the zip code, either by phone, in person or by a letter, and ask for assistance in finding the rural route address. To locate the post office by its zip code, visit the USPS website and click on the link that says, “Locate a Post Office” in the top section where the red bar is. In the area of Click in the box to select service menu, chose Post Office Locations. Next, enter the city or zip code, type in the zip code of the rural route address. Then click on the search button, and a list of contact information will have a list displayed of the local post office or post offices.
Thirdly, you can contact the county assessor’s office. As these offices have to evaluate a property for tax purposes, they will have information on rural route addresses. To find the name of the county for the rural route address, visit Blackbookonline, and then type in the city, plus the state and click on the covert button, to read the name of the county. If you need to find information on the county assessor office, visit the National Association of Counties website. Where it says About Counties, chose Find a Country, and follow the directions of the instructions. You can either visit the assessor’s office by phone, email, letter or in person.
If you have the money, hire a private investigator. The investigators will have the skills to look up such information, especially if you are having difficulty doing so. To find one, get in contact with the professional, private investigator’s association in your area.