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About US ZIP Codes
US ZIP codes are a type of postal code used within the United States to help the United States Postal Service (USPS) route mail more efficiently.
ZIP codes near me are shown on the map above.
Some still refer to ZIP codes as US postal codes. The term ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan. The basic 5-digit format was first introduced in 1963 and later
extended to add an additional 4 digits after a dash to form a
ZIP+4 code. The additional 4 digits help USPS more precisely group mail for delivery. Though ZIP codes were originally developed
for USPS, many other shipping companies such as United Parcel Service (UPS), Federal Express (FedEx), DHL, and others make use of ZIP codes for
sorting packages and calculating the time and cost of shipping a package (the shipping rate).
Types of Zip Codes
- Unique/single high volume address (ex. 20505 for the CIA in Washington, DC)
- PO Box only (ex. 22313 for the PO Boxes of Alexandria, VA)
- Standard (all other ZIP codes)
Assignment of ZIP codes and Mail Sorting
The first digit of a USA ZIP code generally represents a group of U.S. states. The map of the first digit of zip codes above shows
they are assigned in order from the north east to the west coast.
The first 3 digits of a ZIP code determine the central mail processing facility, also called sectional center facility or «sec center», that is used to process and
sort mail. All mail with the same first 3 digits is first delivered to the same sec center where it is sorted according to the last 2 digits and distributed to
local post offices. The sec centers are not open to the public and usually do most sorting overnight. As you can see from the
map of the first 3 digits of zip codes, the digits after the first are also
generally assigned from east to west. In the map, 0 is closer to white and 9 is much more vivid. It’s easy to follow the gradient across each of the zones
even though there are a few exceptions (such as the southwest tip of Georgia which uses 39XXX like central Mississippi).
The ZIP+4 code is not required, but it aids the post office in additional sorting of mail. A ZIP+4 code may correspond to a city block, group of apartments, or
an individual high-volume receiver. It is also common for each PO Box number to correspond to a unique ZIP+4 code. Sometimes, several PO Box numbers are grouped into
the same ZIP+4 code by using the last several digits of the PO Box number. This method isn’t a universal rule though so the ZIP+4 must still be looked up for each PO
Places in the US so Remote, They Don’t Have a ZIP
As you can see from the map, not everywhere in the US is assigned a ZIP code. Remote and especially rural areas of the country do not have enough deliverable addresses
to create a mail route. Without mail delivery, a ZIP is not needed. If you are looking to get off the grid, these areas are some of the most remote places within the country.
USA ZIP Code Boundaries
Despite the fact that ZIP codes seem to be geographic in nature, that wasn’t their intended purpose. They are intended to group mail to allow the USPS to deliver mail
more efficiently. Some ZIP codes will span multiple states in order to make mail routing and delivery more efficient.
In most cases, addresses in close proximity to each other are grouped in the same ZIP code which gives the appearance that ZIP codes are defined by
a clear geographic boundary. However, some ZIP codes have nothing to do with geogaphic areas. For instance, a single ZIP code is used for all US Navy mail.
When ZIP codes appear to be geographically grouped, a clear shape cannot always be drawn around the ZIP code because ZIP codes are only assigned to a point of delivery
and not the spaces between
delivery points. In areas without a regular postal route or no mail delivery, ZIP codes may not be defined or have unclear boundaries.
US ZIP Code Map
No official ZIP code map according to actual USPS data exists. The main issue is discussed above: there simply isn’t always
a clear geographic boundary for a ZIP code. The Census Bureau and many other commercial services
will try to interpolate the data to create polygons (shapes using straight lines) to represent the approximate area covered
by a ZIP code, but none of these maps are official or entirely accurate.
On this site, all ZIP code maps use the ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) as specified by the United States Census Bureau in 2010 (or newer) and discussed below.
They provide a very close approximation of the area covered by a ZIP code. You can easily notice some of the boundary issues when viewing our maps.
Very rural areas aren’t labeled as belonging to a ZIP code (such as much of Nevada and Utah) where there are
few, if any, addresses to deliver mail. If the address is on the same street as a ZIP code boundary on the map, be sure to search for the full street
address to determine the ZIP code instead of relying on the map.
ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs)
ZIP code tabulation areas were developed by the United States Census Bureau. Their purpose is to convey statistical data about regions that are familiar to
most citizens. However, ZCTAs are not exactly the same as ZIP codes. As discussed above, it is
difficult to precisely define a geographic area covered by a ZIP code. ZCTAs were developed to account for some of the difficulties in assigning an area to
a ZIP code and to precisely define a geographic area. Also, ZCTAs are not updated as frequently as ZIP codes. In general, they are updated once every
10 years for the Census.
The Census assigns an area to a ZCTA according to census blocks (the smallest geographic unit used by the census). Imagine a city block
that makes up a typical census block as pictured to the right. It is bounded on all 4 sides by portions of city streets that each have their own name
and addresses. The issue is that census blocks almost always split down the middle of the street. ZIP codes rarely do because that would require
two postal workers delivering mail to that street — one for each side of the street. In the example, one mail carrier may deliver to 3 sides of the
block via one ZIP code while another mail carrier delivers mail on the other street in a different ZIP code. When this happens, the Census Bureau
will assign the entire block to a single ZCTA (in this case, 21044) because the census block is the area that is precisely measured.
If you are getting very precise (usually a matter of meters, not miles), census block boundaries near the edge of a ZIP code almost always split ZIP codes.
The statistics provided by the Census Bureau can give insight into the demographics within the ZIP code. For instance, see our ZIP code rankings.
Matching ZIP Codes with States, Counties, and Cities
Remember that ZIP codes were made to make mail delivery easier. They weren’t made to correspond to existing boundaries such
as cities, counties, or even states. If it is more efficient for a mail carrier to drive across a state line to deliver mail, the ZIP code
«boundary» will cross the state lines. ZIP codes don’t usually cross state lines, but some do (65733, 71749, and 73949 are good examples).
The complete list of ZIP codes that cross state lines is available as part of our US ZIP code list.
It gets even more complicated when trying to assign a ZIP code to a specific county (as much as 25% cross county lines), congressional district,
metro area, time zone, area code, etc. The edges of the boundaries commonly overlap. For the purposes of our free zip
code database by county downloads, we will commonly list either the most common region for the ZIP code or list multiple regions if several exist in the ZIP code.
For cities, the assignment is somewhat more complicated. USPS does not always use the city in which the ZIP code is located. The assignment of
cities to ZIP codes is more general. The city is usually the name of the main post office. For instance, almost all ZIP codes in St. Louis County in
Missouri have a city of Saint Louis when they may be more accurately described as the name of a smaller city where they are located.
Click here to learn more about matching ZIPs to cities and counties
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How do I match ZIP codes to cities or counties?
ZIP codes are designed to aid mail delivery — not to match conventional boundaries.
ZIP codes can be entirely within, entirely outside of, or partially within a city or county.
Over 100 ZIP codes even cross state lines.
It’s also a misconception that the «city» and ZIP you use to address an envelope denotes whether an address lies within city limits.
That «city» is usually the name of the main post office in the area. Click here to see examples and understand why.
If you are addressing mail, use the primary city provided by USPS that is available in every edition of our ZIP code database (Free, Small Business, or Enterprise).
The county with the largest percentage of the ZIP population is also included in every edition.
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We recommend the actual population count from the census that occurs every 10 years in the US.
Even when the population counts are older, the accuracy is unmatched.
The point of the census is for exactly this purpose — to count the population.
That being said, you can read about the variety of ZIP code population estimates here including how they compare.
Which latitude and longitude coordinates should I use?
We recommend our customers use the population center to determine the location of a ZIP code.
It can be as much as 20 or 30 miles different from other calculation methods and shows what is often most important — where the people are.
Here is an example ZIP code where this is important.
You can also click here to learn about all of the methods used to calculate ZIP coordinates.
How many ZIP codes are included?
All 42,735 ZIP codes are included in every edition (Free, Small Business, or Enterprise) of the ZIP code database.
By status: 41,695 active and 1,040 decommissioned ZIP codes
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Russian postal codes
Postal codes of Russia
- Russian postal codes
In Russia, a 6-digit digital index system is used (Federal Law of the Russian Federation «On Postal Communication» No. 122-FZ of August 22, 2004).
The first three digits are the city code of the Russian Federation, the last three are the post office number.
Since most cities have several post offices, the cities are assigned, respectively, several postal codes.
The system was introduced back in the USSR in 1971 and since then has not changed significantly.
Over the years, the numbering has changed and new indices have been added. The latest up-to-date indexes are presented on our website.
FSUE Russian Post has been operating for 10 years and has 86 branches, almost 42,000 post offices in the Russian Federation.
The fleet of the Russian Post includes 10,000 vehicles.
Streets, lanes, driveways and other territorial divisions of settlements may have different postal codes. In addition, one should take into account the fact that one street (or other territorial unit of a settlement) may have more than one postal code — in this case, the house number should be taken into account in order to determine the correct index.
- 385XXX Republic of Adygea
- 649XXX Altai Republic
- 656XXX Altai Territory
- 675XXX Amur region
- 163XXX Arkhangelsk region
- 414XXX Astrakhan region
- 450XXX Republic of Bashkortostan
- 308XXX Belgorod region
- 241XXX Bryansk region
- 670XXX Republic of Buryatia
- 600XXX Vladimir region
- 400XXX Volgograd region
- 160XXX Vologda region
- 394XXX Voronezh region
- 367XXX Republic of Dagestan
- 679XXX Jewish Autonomous Region
- 672XXX Trans-Baikal Territory
- 153XXX Ivanovo region
- 386XXX Republic of Ingushetia
- 664XXX Irkutsk region
- 360XXX Kabardino-Balkarian Republic
- 236XXX Kaliningrad region
- 358XXX Republic of Kalmykia
- 248XXX Kaluga region
- 683XXX Kamchatka Territory
- 369XXX Karachay-Cherkess Republic
- 185XXX Republic of Karelia
- 650XXX Kemerovo region
- 610XXX Kirov region
- 167XXX Komi Republic
- 156XXX Kostroma region
- 350XXX Krasnodar Territory
- 647XXX Krasnoyarsk Territory
- 298XXX Republic of Crimea
- 640XXX Kurgan region
- 305XXX Kursk region
- 187XXX Leningrad region
- 398XXX Lipetsk region
- 685XXX Magadan region
- 424XXX Mari El Republic
- 430XXX Republic of Mordovia
- 101XXX Moscow
- 140XXX Moscow region
- 183XXX Murmansk region
- 603XXX Nizhny Novgorod Region
- 173XXX Novgorod region
- 630XXX Novosibirsk region
- 644XXX Omsk region
- 460XXX Orenburg region
- 302XXX Oryol region
- 440XXX Penza region
- 614XXX Perm region
- 690XXX Primorsky Krai
- 180XXX Pskov region
- 344XXX Rostov region
- 390XXX Ryazan region
- 443XXX Samara region
- 190XXX St. Petersburg
- 410XXX Saratov region
- 677XXX Sakha-Yakutia Republic
- 693XXX Sakhalin region
- 620XXX Sverdlovsk region
- 299XXX Sevastopol
- 362XXX Republic of North Ossetia
- 214XXX Smolensk region
- 355XXX Stavropol Territory
- 392XXX Tambov region
- 420XXX Republic of Tatarstan
- 170XXX Tver region
- 634XXX Tomsk region
- 300XXX Tula region
- 667XXX Tyva republic
- 625XXX Tyumen region
- 426XXX Udmurt Republic
- 432XXX Ulyanovsk region
- 680XXX Khabarovsk Territory
- 655XXX Republic of Khakassia
- 454XXX Chelyabinsk region
- 364XXX Chechen Republic
- 428XXX Chuvash Republic
- 689XXX Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
- 150XXX Yaroslavl region
On our website, post office indices are grouped by settlements, which, in turn, are combined
to the regions corresponding to the administrative-territorial division of the Russian Federation. Select the region you are interested in from the list.
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Postal code, index of cities in Russia for sending mail
Postal code is a sequence of numbers and letters that is added to the postal address in order to facilitate sorting of correspondence when sent to the recipient. Most of the national postal services around the world use postal codes in their designations for sending goods.
According to the Federal Law of the Russian Federation: a postal code is a conventional digital designation of a postal address assigned to a postal service.
This section provides information about postal codes of cities throughout Russia. The table shows the city postal codes for sending mail and marking cargo:
|Abakan (Republic of Khakassia)||655017|
|Aprelevka (Moscow region)||143362|
|Adler (Krasnodar Territory)||354340|
|Alexandrov (Vladimir region)||601657|
|Aleksin (Tula region)||301360|
|Almetyevsk (Republic of Tatarstan)||423450|
|Anapa (Krasnodar Territory)||353440|
|Armavir (Krasnodar Territory)||352900|
|Arkhangelsk (Arkhangelsk region)||163000|
|Asbest (Sverdlovsk region)||624260|
|Astrakhan (Astrakhan region)||414000|
|Balabanovo (Kaluga region)||249000|
|Balakovo (Saratov region)||413840|
|Balashikha (Moscow region)||143900|
|Barnaul (Altai Territory)||656000|
|Belgorod (Belgorod region)||308000|
|Biysk (Altai Territory)||659300|
|Bronnitsy (Moscow region)||140170|
|Bratsk (Irkutsk region)||665700|
|Bryansk (Bryansk region)||241000|
|Budennovsk (Stavropol Territory)||356800|
|Buzuluk (Orenburg region)||461040|
|Velikiye Luki (Pskov region)||182100|
|Vereya (Moscow region)||140153|
|Veliky Novgorod (Novgorod region)||173000|
|Vladikavkaz (Rep. North Ossetia-Alania)||362000|
|Vladimir (Vladimir region)||600000|
|Volgograd (Volgograd region)||400000|
|Volgodonsk (Rostov region)||347340|
|Vysokovsk (Moscow region)||141650|
|Voskresensk (Moscow region)||140200|
|Volokolamsk (Moscow region)||143600|
|Vidnoe (Moscow region)||142700|
|Volzhsk (Republic of Mari El)||425000|
|Volzhsky (Volgograd region)||404100|
|Vologda (Vologda region)||160000|
|Voronezh (Voronezh region)||394000|
|Votkinsk (Udmurt Republic)||427430|
|Vyshny Volochek (Tver Region)||171151|
|Vyborg (Leningrad region)||188800|
|Vyazma (Smolensk region)||215100|
|Glazov (Udmurt Republic)||427620|
|Golitsyno (Moscow region)||143040|
|Gorno-Altaisk (Republic of Altai)||649000|
|Grozny (Chechen Republic)||364000|
|Gus Khrustalny (Vladimir region)||601501|
|Gorokhovets (Vladimir region)||601480|
|Gubkin (Belgorod region)||309180|
|Dzerzhinsk (Nizhny Novgorod Region)||606000|
|Dzerzhinsky (Moscow region)||140090|
|Dmitrov (Moscow region)||141800|
|Dolgoprudny (Moscow region)||141707|
|Dubna (Moscow region)||141980|
|Domodedovo (Moscow region)||142000|
|Drezna (Moscow region)||142660|
|Dimitrovgrad (Ulyanovsk region)||433500|
|Dedovsk (Moscow region)||143530|
|Dyatkovo (Bryansk region)||242600|
|Yeysk (Krasnodar Territory)||353680|
|Yekaterinburg (Sverdlovsk region)||620109|
|Egorievsk (Moscow region)||140300|
|Yelabuga (Republic of Tatarstan)||423600|
|Yelets (Lipetsk region)||399770|
|Yemva (Komi Republic)||169200|
|Essentuki (Stavropol Territory)||357601|
|Efremov (Tula region)||301840|
|Zheleznodorozhny (Moscow region)||143980|
|Zhukovsky (Moscow region)||140180|
|Zheleznogorsk (Krasnoyarsk Territory)||662970|
|Zheleznogorsk (Kursk region)||307170|
|Zheleznovodsk (Stavropol Territory)||357400|
|Zheshart (Komi Republic)||169044|
|Zhigulevsk (Samara region)||445350|
|Zhirnovsk (Volgograd region)||403790|
|Zaraysk (Moscow region)||140600|
|Zelenograd (Moscow region)||124460|
|Zvenigorod (Moscow region)||143180|
|Zavolzhye (Nizhny Novgorod region)||606520|
|Zainsk (Republic of Tatarstan)||423520|
|Zarinsk (Altai Territory)||659100|
|Zelenodolsk (Republic of Tatarstan)||422540|
|Zlatoust (Chelyabinsk region)||456200|
|Ivanteevka (Moscow region)||141280|
|Istra (Moscow region)||143500|
|Ivanovo (Ivanovo region)||153000|
|Izhevsk (Udmurt Republic)||426000|
|Ilek (Orenburg region)||461350|
|Irbit (Sverdlovsk region)||623856|
|Irkutsk (Irkutsk region)||644000|
|Ishim (Tyumen region)||627750|
|Kashira (Moscow region)||142900|
|Klimovsk (Moscow region)||142180|
|Klin (Moscow region)||141601|
|Kolomna (Moscow region)||140400|
|Korolev (Moscow region)||141070|
|Kotelniki (Moscow region)||140053|
|Krasnoarmeysk (Moscow region)||141292|
|Krasnogorsk (Moscow region)||143400|
|Krasnozavodsk (Moscow region)||141321|
|Kurovskoye (Moscow region)||142621|
|Kazan (Republic of Tatarstan)||420000|
|Kaluga (Kaluga region)||248000|
|Kemerovo (Kemerovo Region)||650000|
|Kirishi (Leningrad region)||187110|
|Kirov (Kirov region)||610000|
|Kostroma (Kostroma region)||156000|
|Krasnodar (Krasnodar Territory)||350000|
|Krasnoyarsk (Krasnoyarsk Territory)||660000|
|Kurgan (Kurgan region)||640000|
|Kursk (Kursk region)||305000|
|Likino-Dulyovo (Moscow region)||142670|
|Losino-Petrovsky (Moscow region)||141150|
|Lukhovitsy (Moscow region)||140500|
|Lytkarino (Moscow region)||140080|
|Lyubertsy (Moscow region)||140000|
|Lobnya (Moscow region)||141730|
|Labinsk (Krasnodar Territory)||352500|
|Lebedyan (Lipetsk region)||399610|
|Livny (Oryol region)||303850|
|Lipetsk (Lipetsk region)||398000|
|Liski (Voronezh region)||+397900|
|Lysva (Perm Region)||618900|
|Mozhaysk (Moscow region)||143200|
|Moskovsky (Moscow region)||142784|
|Mytishchi (Moscow region)||141000|
|Magnitogorsk (Chelyabinsk region)||455000|
|Maykop (Republic of Adygea)||385000|
|Makhachkala (Republic of Dagestan)||367000|
|Mineralnye Vody (Stavropol Territory)||357200|
|Murashi (Kirov region)||613710|
|Murmansk (Murmansk region)||183038|
|Murom (Vladimir region)||602200|
|Naro-Fominsk (Moscow region)||143301|
|Noginsk (Moscow region)||142400|
|Naberezhnye Chelny (Republic of Tatarstan)||423800|
|Nalchik (Kabardino-Balkarian Republic)||360000|
|Neftekamsk (Republic of Bashkortostan)||452680|
|Nefteyugansk (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)||628300|
|Nevinnomyssk (Stavropol Territory)||357100|
|Nizhny Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod region)||603000|
|Nizhnevartovsk (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)||628600|
|Nizhnekamsk (Republic of Tatarstan)||423570|
|Nizhny Tagil (Sverdlovsk region)||622000|
|Novorossiyks (Krasnodar Territory)||353900|
|Novosibirsk (Novosibirsk region)||630000|
|Novy Urengoy (Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug)||629300|
|Novy Oskol (Belgorod region)||309640|
|Novokuznetsk (Kemerovo Region)||654000|
|Novokuibyshevsk (Samara region)||446200|
|Novocherkassk (Rostov region)||346400|
|Novocheboksarsk (Chuvash Republic)||4299950|
|Novotroitsk (Orenburg region)||462351|
|Novoshakhtinsk (Rostov region)||346900|
|Noyabrsk (Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug)||629800|
|Nyagan (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug)||628181|
|Orekhovo-Zuevo (Moscow region)||142600|
|Odintsovo (Moscow region)||143000|
|Necklace (Moscow region)||142921|
|Lakes (Moscow region)||140560|
|Omsk (Omsk region)||644000|
|Orel (Oryol region)||302000|
|Orenburg (Orenburg region)||460000|
|Orsk (Orenburg region)||462400|
|Obninsk (Kaluga region)||249030|
|Oktyabrsky (Republic of Bashkortostan)||452600|
|Pavlovsky Posad (Moscow region)||142500|
|Pavlovskaya Sloboda (Moscow region)||143581|
|Peresvet (Moscow region)||141320|
|Podolsk (Moscow region)||142100|
|Protvino (Moscow region)||142280|
|Pushkino (Moscow region)||141200|
|Pushchino (Moscow region)||142290|
|Penza (Penza region)||440000|
|Pervouralsk (Sverdlovsk region)||623100|
|Perm (Perm region)||614000|
|Petrozavodsk (Republic of Karelia)||185000|
|Petushki (Vladimir region)||601144|
|Primorsk (Leningrad region)||188910|
|Prokopievsk (Kemerovo region)||653000|
|Pskov (Pskov region)||180000|
|Purpe (Yamalo Nenets Autonomous Okrug)||629840|
|Pyatigorsk (Stavropol Territory)||357500|
|Roshal (Moscow region)||140730|
|Ramenskoye (Moscow region)||140100|
|Reutov (Moscow region)||143960|
|Ruza (Moscow region)||143100|
|Rzhev (Tver region)||172380|
|Roslavl (Smolensk region)||216500|
|Rossosh (Voronezh region)||396650|
|Rostov-on-Don (Rostov region)||344000|
|Rubtsovsk (Altai Territory)||658200|
|Rybinsk (Yaroslavl region)||152900|
|Ryazan (Ryazan region)|| 33
|Sergiev Posad (Moscow region)||141300|
|Serpukhov (Moscow region)||142200|
|Solnechnogorsk (Moscow region)||141501|
|Staraya Kupavna (Moscow region)||142450|
|Stupino (Moscow region)||142800|
|Salavat (Republic of Bashkortostan)||453250|
|Samara (Samara region)||443000|