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Montgomery, Alabama ZIP Code — United States

The location Montgomery, AL has 35 differents ZIP Codes. Check the map below to check your ZIP Code.

City Name ZIP Code ZIP Type Estimated Population
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36101 PO BOX 466
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36102 PO BOX 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36103 PO BOX 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36104 STANDARD 6.082
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36105 STANDARD 10.388
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36106 STANDARD 11.624
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36107 STANDARD 6. 403
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36108 STANDARD 16.861
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36109 STANDARD 21.380
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36110 STANDARD 10.126
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36111 STANDARD 10.764
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36112 STANDARD 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36113 STANDARD 737
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36114 STANDARD 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36115 STANDARD 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36116 STANDARD 33.860
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36117 STANDARD 37. 488
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36118 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36119 STANDARD 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36120 PO BOX 507
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36121 PO BOX 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36123 PO BOX 549
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36124 PO BOX 1.138
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36125 PO BOX 591
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36130 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36131 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36132 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36133 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36134 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36135 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36140 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36141 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36142 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36177 UNIQUE 0
Montgomery, AL PRIMARY 36191 UNIQUE 0


ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) for Montgomery, AL ZIP Code. A ZCTA is a generalized area representation of the american ZIP Code service area.

Montgomery, AL belongs to which county?

Montgomery, AL belongs to Montgomery county. Check the list of Montgomery county ZIP Code.

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Status Definitions
  • PRIMARY: means an the primary city name. Official city name, although the city name might also have another acceptable name.
  • ACCEPTABLE: means an adequate city name. City names that are abbreviated will frequently be listed as unacceptable because abbreviations are not an acceptable city name format.
  • IMPROPER/NOT ACCEPTABLE: Means an inadequate city name has been entered or received based on information entered.
  • UNIQUE: Assigned to a company, government agency, or entity with sufficient mail volume, based on average daily volume of letter size mail received, availability of ZIP Code numbers in the postal area, and the US mail service cost-benefit analysis.


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How to parse city, state, and zip code into separate values ​​- Office

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  • Article
  • Reading takes 2 minutes
  • Applies to:
    Access for Microsoft 365, Access 2019, Access 2016, Access 2013, Access 2010, Access 2007, Access 2003

Original Product Version: Microsoft Office Access 2003, Microsoft Office Access 2007, Access 2010
Original KB Number: 168798

Abstract

This article describes how to parse a single variable containing city, state, and the US zip code, into three separate variables. The routine supports:

  • Zip code of 5 or 9digits.
  • State names with multiple words (if preceded by a comma).
  • Any number of intermediate spaces.

Examples of supported inputs:

New York, NY 99999
New York, NY 99999-9999
New York, NY 99999-9999
New York 999999

WARNING. ANY USE OF THE CODE OR MACROS IN THIS ARTICLE IS AT YOUR RISK. Microsoft provides this code or macro «as is» without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose.

NOTE. The following code example uses the underscore character (_) at the end of a line as a line continuation character. For versions of BASIC that do not support line continuation characters, remove the underscore from the end of the line and merge with the next line when regenerating this code.

The fields are parsed in the following order if no commas are found in the address: zip code, state, city, if at least one comma is present, they are assumed to be between city and state, and the fields are parsed in a different order: city, state, postcode.

Step-by-step example

  1. Enter the following code:

     Function CutLastWord (ByVal S As String, Remainder As String) _
             As String
        ' CutLastWord: returns the last word in S.
        ' Remainder: returns the rest.
        '
        'Words are separated by spaces
        '
        Dim I As Integer, P As Integer
        S = Trim$(S)
        P=1
        For I = Len(S) To 1 Step -1
            If Mid$(S, I, 1) = " " Then
                P=I+1
                Exit For
            End If
        Next I
        If P = 1 Then
            CutLastWord = S
            Remainer=""
        Else
            CutLastWord = Mid$(S, P)
            Remainder = Trim$(Left$(S, P - 1))
        End If
    end function
    Sub ParseCSZ(ByVal S As String, City As String, State As String, _
        Zip As String)
        Dim P As Integer
        '
        'Check for comma after city name
        '
        P = InStr(S, ",")
        If P > 0 Then
            City = Trim$(Left$(S, P - 1))
            S = Trim$(Mid$(S, P + '
            'Check for comma after state
            '
            P = InStr(S, ",")
            If P > 0 Then
                State = Trim$(Left$(S, P - 1))
                Zip = Trim$(Mid$(S, P + 1))
            Else 'No comma between state and zip
                Zip = CutLastWord(S, S)
                State=S
            End if
        Else 'No commas between city, state, or zip
            Zip = CutLastWord(S, S)
            State = CutLastWord(S, S)
            City=S
        End If
        '
        'Clean up any dangling commas
        '
        If Right$(State, 1) = "," Then
            State = RTrim$(Left$(State, Len(State) - 1))
        End if
        If Right$(City, 1) = "," Then
            City = RTrim$(Left$(City, Len(City) - 1))
        End if
    end sub
     
  2. For testing, create a form with four text fields (txtAddress, txtCity, txtState, txtZip) and a command button.

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