What Is Arizona Zip Code?

Pinal. Standard. ZIP Code 85123. Arizona City. Pinal. P.O. Box. ZIP Code 85127.
The data is from the US Census. Below are 399 Arizona zip codes ranked 1 through 393 (there are some ties).

Looking for a list of cities, counties or zips in Arizona?

Rank Zip Code Population
1 85364 74,333
2 85032 73,203
3 85142 71,423
4 85225 70,356

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How many ZIP codes are there in Tucson AZ?

Tucson, AZ Covers 55 ZIP Codes ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code (s) ZIP Code 85701 Standard Pima 4,983 520 / 928 ZIP Code 85702 P.O. Box Pima 0 520 ZIP Code 85703 P.O. Box Pima 0 520 ZIP Code 85704 Standard Pima 30,929 520 48 more rows

How many zip codes are in Arizona?

Arizona has a total of 368 active zip codes.

What is Arizona’s area code?

The Arizona area codes are 602, 520, 480, 623 and 928.

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  • When did Arizona get area codes?

    In 1995, the state of Arizona was split into two area codes. Maricopa County retained area code 602, and the rest of the state adopted area code 520. In 1999, Maricopa County was divided into area codes 602, 480, and 623 (see above section for descriptions).

    What is the richest zip code in Arizona?

    Ranked by 2019 median household income

    Rank ZIP Code City
    1 85253 Paradise Valley
    2 85266 Scottsdale
    3 85045 Phoenix
    4 85255 Scottsdale

    What is the most expensive ZIP code in Arizona?

    PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — One ZIP code in Arizona made RealtyHop’s 2021 most expensive ZIP codes list in the nation. The 85253 ZIP code of Paradise Valley had a home price increase from a year ago that far surpassed the national average, based on listing data.

    What state has the most ZIP codes?

    Zip Code City County Population ; 77449: Katy: Harris County: 128,294: 77494: Katy: Fort Bend County: 118,291: 11368: Corona: Queens County: 112,088: 79936: El Paso: El Paso County: 111,620: 90011: Los Angeles: Los Angeles County: 111,165: 60629: Chicago: Cook County: 110,029: 75034: Frisco: Collin County: 108,525: 11385: Ridgewood: Queens County: 107,796: 77084: Houston: Harris County: 107,673: 91331: Pacoima

    What is the telephone area code for Arizona?

    This is a list of telephone area codes in Arizona. 602 – For telephone numbers in Phoenix city proper except for Ahwatukee and some western parts of the city. 520 – Southern Arizona, including Tucson, Nogales, Casa Grande, and Tombstone.

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  • All Zip Codes in Tucson AZ

    Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

    Tucson, AZ Covers 55 ZIP Codes

    ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
    ZIP Code 85701 Standard Pima 4,983 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85702 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85703 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85704 Standard Pima 30,929 520
    ZIP Code 85705 Standard Pima 57,521 520
    ZIP Code 85706 Standard Pima 55,209 520
    ZIP Code 85707 P.O. Box Pima 658 520
    ZIP Code 85708 Standard Pima 2,980 520
    ZIP Code 85709 Unique Pima 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85710 Standard Pima 54,439 520
    ZIP Code 85711 Standard Pima 41,251 520
    ZIP Code 85712 Standard Pima 32,666 520
    ZIP Code 85713 Standard Pima 50,151 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85714 Standard Pima 15,009 520
    ZIP Code 85715 Standard Pima 17,702 520
    ZIP Code 85716 Standard Pima 32,853 520
    ZIP Code 85717 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85718 Standard Pima 27,367 520
    ZIP Code 85719 Standard Pima 43,989 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85720 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85721 Unique Pima 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85722 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85723 Unique Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85724 Unique Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85725 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85726 P.O. Box Pima 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85728 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85730 Standard Pima 38,323 520
    ZIP Code 85731 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85732 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85733 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85734 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85735 Standard Pima 11,250 520
    ZIP Code 85736 Standard Pima 4,975 520
    ZIP Code 85737 Standard Pima 20,727 520
    ZIP Code 85738 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85739 Standard Pima 17,848 520
    ZIP Code 85740 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85741 Standard Pima 32,998 520
    ZIP Code 85742 Standard Pima 25,212 520
    ZIP Code 85743 Standard Pima 29,144 520
    ZIP Code 85744 Unique Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85745 Standard Pima 37,006 520
    ZIP Code 85746 Standard Pima 43,057 520
    ZIP Code 85747 Standard Pima 23,058 520
    ZIP Code 85748 Standard Pima 18,087 520
    ZIP Code 85749 Standard Pima 19,032 520
    ZIP Code 85750 Standard Pima 24,161 520
    ZIP Code 85751 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85752 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85754 P.O. Box Pima 520
    ZIP Code 85755 Standard Pima 15,107 520
    ZIP Code 85756 Standard Pima 35,703 520
    ZIP Code 85757 Standard Pima 16,988 520
    ZIP Code 85775 Unique Pima 520

    Tucson, AZ Demographic Information *

    Total population 520,116
    Male population 257,312
    Female population 262,804
    Median age (years) 33
    White Population 362,649
    Black Population 26,000
    Indian Population 14,154
    Asian Population 14,920
    Hawaiian Population 1,147
    Hispanic Population 216,308
    Median age (Male) 31.8
    Median age (Female) 34.3
    Total households 205,390
    Family households (families) 116,159
    Average household size 2.43
    Average family size 3.15
    Total housing units 229,762

    * The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

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    All Zip Codes in Phoenix AZ

    Data Last Updated: March 1, 2022

    Phoenix, AZ Covers 75 ZIP Codes

    ZIP Code Type County Population Area Code(s)
    ZIP Code 85001 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85002 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85003 Standard Maricopa 9,369 602 / 480 / 928 / 623
    ZIP Code 85004 Standard Maricopa 4,965 602 / 480 / 623 / 520 / 928
    ZIP Code 85005 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85006 Standard Maricopa 25,742 480 / 928 / 602 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85007 Standard Maricopa 14,040 602
    ZIP Code 85008 Standard Maricopa 56,145 480 / 602
    ZIP Code 85009 Standard Maricopa 52,520 602 / 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85010 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85011 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85012 Standard Maricopa 6,390 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85013 Standard Maricopa 19,314 602 / 928 / 480 / 520 / 623
    ZIP Code 85014 Standard Maricopa 24,782 602 / 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85015 Standard Maricopa 37,644 602
    ZIP Code 85016 Standard Maricopa 33,896 480 / 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85017 Standard Maricopa 38,872 602
    ZIP Code 85018 Standard Maricopa 36,065 480 / 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85019 Standard Maricopa 25,042 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85020 Standard Maricopa 32,850 602 / 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85021 Standard Maricopa 37,743 602 / 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85022 Standard Maricopa 46,395 602
    ZIP Code 85023 Standard Maricopa 31,274 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85024 Standard Maricopa 22,898 623
    ZIP Code 85026 Standard Maricopa 480 / 623
    ZIP Code 85027 Standard Maricopa 37,140 623
    ZIP Code 85028 Standard Maricopa 19,157 480 / 602
    ZIP Code 85029 Standard Maricopa 43,233 602
    ZIP Code 85030 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85031 Standard Maricopa 30,493 623
    ZIP Code 85032 Standard Maricopa 65,485 480 / 602
    ZIP Code 85033 Standard Maricopa 53,037 623 / 602
    ZIP Code 85034 Standard Maricopa 5,582 480 / 602 / 520 / 928 / 623
    ZIP Code 85035 Standard Maricopa 47,486 623 / 480 / 602
    ZIP Code 85036 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85037 Standard Maricopa 44,771 623
    ZIP Code 85038 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85039 Standard Maricopa 623
    ZIP Code 85040 Standard Maricopa 29,352 480 / 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85041 Standard Maricopa 54,947 602
    ZIP Code 85042 Standard Maricopa 40,962 480 / 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85043 Standard Maricopa 30,560 623 / 480 / 602
    ZIP Code 85044 Standard Maricopa 37,993 480 / 602 / 520
    ZIP Code 85045 Standard Maricopa 7,238 480 / 520 / 602
    ZIP Code 85046 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85048 Standard Maricopa 33,449 480 / 602 / 520
    ZIP Code 85050 Standard Maricopa 25,736 480
    ZIP Code 85051 Standard Maricopa 40,375 623
    ZIP Code 85053 Standard Maricopa 28,480 602 / 623
    ZIP Code 85054 Standard Maricopa 5,384 480
    ZIP Code 85060 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85061 P.O. Box Maricopa 602
    ZIP Code 85062 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85063 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85064 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85065 Standard Maricopa 480 / 602 / 928 / 623
    ZIP Code 85066 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85067 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85068 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85069 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85070 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85071 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85072 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85073 Standard Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85074 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85075 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85076 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85078 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85079 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85080 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85082 P.O. Box Maricopa 602 / 480 / 928 / 623 / 520
    ZIP Code 85083 Standard Maricopa 18,104 623
    ZIP Code 85085 Standard Maricopa 17,517 480 / 602 / 928 / 520 / 623
    ZIP Code 85086 Standard Maricopa 40,495 480 / 602 / 928 / 520 / 623
    ZIP Code 85087 Standard Maricopa 7,708 602 / 928 / 480 / 623
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    Timezone(s): Mountain (GMT -07:00)
    Counties: MARICOPA, AZ
     
    Population: 1,445,632 (More Details)
    Male Population: 725,020
    Female Population: 720,612
    Median Age: 32
     
    ZIP Codes: 75
    Cities: 2
    Counties: 1
    Area Codes: 5
     
    Total Area: 9,224 square miles (county)
    Land Area: 9,199 square miles (county)
    Water Area: 25 square miles (county)

    Phoenix, AZ Demographic Information *

    Total population 1,445,632
    Male population 725,020
    Female population 720,612
    Median age (years) 32.2
    White Population 951,958
    Black Population 93,608
    Indian Population 32,366
    Asian Population 45,597
    Hawaiian Population 2,555
    Hispanic Population 589,877
    Median age (Male) 31.5
    Median age (Female) 32.9
    Total households 514,806
    Family households (families) 330,762
    Average household size 2.77
    Average family size 3.42
    Total housing units 590,149

    * The 2010 Census provided the demographic information.

    Phoenix, AZ Other Information

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    Phoenix (AZ), United States Zip Codes

    This list covers only ZIP codes with five digits. Make use of our zip code lookup by address (or map) function to obtain the whole 9-digit (ZIP+4) code for a location.

    Codes List

    Arizona 850001 85002 85003 85004 85005 85006 85007 85008 85009 85010 85011 85012 85013 85014 85015 85018 85019 85020 85021 85022 85023 85024 85025 85026 85027 85028 85029 85030 85031 85032 85033 85034 85035 85036 85037 85038 85039

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    All Arizona area codes

    All of the features include phone numbers. Area codes in Arizona

    How many area codes does Arizona have?

    Five different area codes are used in Arizona, which is home to the Grand Canyon.The following area codes are in use in Arizona: 602, 520, 480, 623, and 928.A lengthy period passed before 602 was decommissioned as the only area code for Arizona, which occurred in 1995 when the state’s area code was divided into two.The Maricopa County area code remained at 602, while the remainder of Arizona switched to area code 520.

    By 2011, three further area codes had been added, giving area codes a total of five distinct area codes of their own.

    List of all area codes in Arizona

    Arizona’s area code map is separated into five regions: the south, the east, the west, the north, and the city of Phoenix. A significant portion of the map is occupied by Maricopa County, which retains the state’s original area code (480).

    Area code Areas/Cities served Overlays
    602 Phoenix city except for Ahwatukee
    520 Southern Arizona, including Tucson, Nogales, Casa Grande and Tombstone.
    480 Maricopa County, Pinal County, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Apache Junction and Fountain Hills.
    623 Glendale, Goodyear, Avondale, Tolleson, Buckeye, Sun City, Litchfield Park, Surprise and Peoria.
    928 Yuma, Flagstaff, the Grand Canyon, Payson, Prescott, Lake Havasu City, Bullhead City, Kingman, and Beaver Dam/Littlefield.

    Arizona area code and other parts of a phone number

    What is the purpose of having an area code in Arizona?What is the purpose of having an area code for any region?It is necessary to have an area code in order to route calls from the country code to a specific location.When it comes to phone numbers in the United States, the standard format is 11 digits, including the 1-digit country code, a 3-digit area code, and a 7-digit telephone number.

    Furthermore, the 7-digit telephone number is made up of a 3-digit central office or exchange code and a 4-digit subscriber number, for a total of 9 digits.Each country will have a unique country code that will be assigned to it.The country code for the United States is +1.

    When a phone number is assigned a central office code, it indicates which telephone exchange the phone number belongs to.The final four digits, known as the subscriber number, are unique to each telephone line in the region covered by the central exchange to which the number is assigned.

    How a local number can help your business grow in Arizona

    Arizona is affectionately referred to as the ″South West of Silicon Valley.″ In spite of the fact that Arizona — notably the Phoenix region — is hundreds of miles distant from the epicenter of Silicon Valley’s growth, the state has made significant achievements in economic development in recent years.A local business phone number will assist your company in expanding its local presence and improving communication with local residents.As a result, your Arizona-based consumers will feel more comfortable communicating with you by calling a local number rather than an overseas number.

    How to buy business phone numbers with Arizona area code 

    What is the best way to purchase a business phone number in Arizona?As a firm that operates in the cloud era, you would want a virtual number that can be used on a variety of devices, including landlines, mobile phones, IP phones, laptops, and any other hybrid devices that you may employ.You may purchase virtual phone lines for any area code in the United States by signing up for Freshdesk Contact Center.Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be able to purchase several virtual phone numbers from a single area code or from a selection of area codes of your choosing.

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    One Arizona ZIP code ranked among most expensive US neighborhoods

    PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz.(AP) – One ZIP code in Arizona made the list of the nation’s most expensive ZIP codes in the year 2021, according to RealtyHop.According to listing statistics, the 85253 ZIP code in Paradise Valley had a house price gain from a year ago that was much more than the national average.According to the research, the most costly ZIP codes in the United States are 7.1 percent more expensive than they were a year ago in aggregate.

    When it came to median list prices, the 85253 ZIP code was placed 46th, with a median price of $2.595 million.This was an increase of 12.88 percent from the median list price in 2020, when the ZIP code was ranked 52nd.The analysis was released for the second consecutive year by RealtyHop, a New York-based company that conducted the research.

    No other Arizona ZIP codes made the top 100 list, according to Shane Lee, a data analyst for the company.Compare that to California, which had 63 ZIP codes make the list, followed by New York, which had 20 ZIP codes make the list, and New Jersey, which had five ZIP codes make the list.Continue reading this story from the Business Journal for more information.Scripps Media, Inc.

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    About the Rankings

    The Census Bureau has issued the most recent population estimates based on data from the American Community Survey, which was conducted in 2011.Following extensive data analysis, we have arrived at a set of ranking results.See below for the ZIP codes in Arizona with the largest population, as well as the ZIP codes with the lowest population.ZIP codes having a limited margin of error have been excluded from consideration.

    At first appearance, having a larger population may appear to be only a matter of bragging rights.Increased populations may result in a larger workforce, more entertainment and eating locations, more services, and other benefits if you look deeper into the matter.In addition, changes in population can provide insight into the health of a region: is it increasing, or are people leaving?

    See the table below for the latest rankings and revisions.According to the most recent estimates, the population of Arizona is 7,016,270, an increase of 1.2 percent from the previous year’s figure of 6,931,071.This year has seen a number of significant shifts.Eighth-grade students in 85204 (Mesa, AZ) improved from 6 to 5, while those in 85308 (Glendale, AZ) improved from 5 to 6, 85142 (Queen Creek, AZ) improved from 16 to 11, 85326 (Buckeye, Arizona) improved from 15 to 12, and those in 8535 (Phoenix, Arizona) improved from 12 to 13.

    The Top 50

    * The maximum margin of error for ranking is 3,000. Data from the 2017 5-year estimates of the American Community Survey conducted by the United States Census Bureau.

    Where is Area Code 623?

    There were 280 results found. Arizona is home to the 623 Area Code. Area Code 623 is one of the 269 three-digit telephone area codes in the United States. It is located in the state of California. Approximately 2,793,000 unique phone numbers and 2,836,200 persons in the vicinity of Phoenix, Sun City, and Glendale are covered by this plan.

    Cities Located in the 623 Area Code

    Phoenix, Sun City, Glendale, Peoria, and Surprise are the most populated cities in area code 623, followed by Glendale and Peoria. Scottsdale, Goodyear, Arlington, Buckeye, Litchfield Park, Chandler, Black Canyon City, and Morristown are just a few of the cities in the 623 area code’s service region.

    About Phoenix, Sun City, and Glendale, Arizona

    Phoenix is the state capital and most populous city of the Arizona state in the United States.Phoenix has a population of 1,563,025 people (as of 2015), making it the sixth most populous city in the United States and the most populated state capital in the country.It is also the only state capital with a population of more than one million individuals.Phoenix is the focal point of the Phoenix metropolitan region, often known as the Valley of the Sun, which is itself a portion of the Salt River Valley.

    Phoenix is the state capital of Arizona.As of 2010, the metropolitan region has a population of around 4.3 million people, ranking it as the 12th most populous metropolitan area in the country.In addition, Phoenix is the county headquarters of Maricopa County and, with a land area of 517.9 square miles (1,341 km2), it is the state’s biggest metropolis, more than twice the size of Tucson, and one of the nation’s largest cities.

    Phoenix was founded in 1867 as an agricultural settlement near the junction of the Salt and Gila rivers, and it became a city in 1881 after being organized as a municipality.Phoenix, which is located in the northern portions of the Sonoran Desert, has a climate that is classified as subtropical desert.Despite this, the canal system facilitated the development of a prosperous farming community, with many of the initial products, like as alfalfa, cotton, citrus, and hay, continuing to be key components of the Phoenix economy for decades (which was important for the cattle industry).As a matter of fact, the ″Five C’s″ (cotton, calves, citrus, climate, and copper) remained the primary drivers of Phoenix’s economy until after World War II, when high-tech industries began to move into the valley and air conditioning made residences significantly more comfortable during the extremely hot summer months.

    1. Over a 40-year period, from the mid-1960s to the mid-2000s, the city saw an average annual population growth rate of four percent each year.
    2. Growth in this area decreased during the Great Recession of 2007–09 and has just recently begun to pick up speed.
    3. As the cultural capital of the Valley of the Sun, and indeed the whole state of Arizona, Phoenix is a must-see destination.
    4. Sun City is a census-designated place and unincorporated town in Maricopa County, Arizona, in the United States.

    It is part of the Phoenix metropolitan area and is a census-designated place in the state of Arizona.According to the 2010 census, the city has a population of 37,499 people.Sun City West is a sister city that is located nearby.Both cities are retirement communities that are popular with snowbirds who come to visit.

    Glendale (/ l n d el /) is a city in Maricopa County in the state of Arizona, United States.It is located approximately nine miles (14 kilometers) northwest of downtown Phoenix.According to the 2010 census, the city has a total population of 226,721 people.

    What Time Zone is Area Code 623?

    Those who live in the 623 area code are in the Mountain Daylight Time Zone (or MDT). Mountain Daylight Time is currently 8:52 a.m. on March 21, 2022, which is the current time in the United States.

    Neighborhood Demographics

    Statistics for Phoenix based on data from the United States Census Bureau 37 years of age Age in the Middle The median age in Phoenix was obtained from the United States Census Bureau.$58.5KMedian Income in Phoenix The median household income in Phoenix was calculated using data from the United States Census Bureau ($239K).Home Value on the Median The median house value in Phoenix was obtained from the United States Census Bureau as $2.84 million.Population as a whole The entire population of Phoenix was obtained from the United States Census Bureau.

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    Phone Number Prefixes in the 623 Area Code

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    About US ZIP Codes

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    US ZIP codes are a form of postal code that is used in the United States to aid in the efficient routing of mail by the United States Postal Service (USPS) and other organizations.On the map above, you can see ZIP codes that are close to me.ZIP codes are still referred to as ″US postal codes″ by certain people.ZIP is an acronym that stands for Zone Improvement Plan.

    A ZIP+4 code is formed by adding an additional four digits after a dash after the first five digits of the basic format, which was originally adopted in 1963.The additional four digits allow the United States Postal Service to more accurately categorize mail for delivery.ZIP codes were initially designed for the United States Postal Service (USPS), but they are now used by many other shipping firms, including the United Parcel Service (UPS), Federal Express (FedEx), DHL, and others, for sorting parcels and estimating the time and cost of transporting a product (the shipping rate).

    Types of Zip Codes

    1. A single high-volume address that is unique (for example, 20505 for the CIA in Washington, DC)
    2. Only a PO Box (for example, 22313 for the PO Boxes in Alexandria, Virginia)
    3. Armed forces
    4. standard (all of the other ZIP codes)

    Assignment of ZIP codes and Mail Sorting

    The first number of a ZIP code in the United States often denotes a group of states in the United States.The map of the first digit of zip codes shown above illustrates that they are assigned in the sequence shown above, starting with the north east and working our way west.The first three digits of a ZIP code are used to establish the location of the central mail processing facility, also known as a sectional center facility or ″sec center,″ which is responsible for sorting and processing mail.All mail containing the same first three digits is sent to the same second center, where it is sorted according to the last two digits and dispersed to local post offices in the same order.

    The sec centers are not available to the general population and perform the majority of their sorting at night.As you can see from the map of the first three digits of zip codes, the digits following the first are also frequently allocated from east to west, as can be seen in the table of the first three digits of zip codes.The number 0 is closer to white on the map, while the number 9 is considerably more vibrant.

    Despite the fact that there are a few outliers, it is simple to follow the gradient across each of the zones (such as the southwest tip of Georgia which uses 39XXX like central Mississippi).Although the ZIP+4 code is not essential, it does assist the post office in sorting mail in an extra manner.A ZIP+4 code may equate to a city block, a group of residences, or a single high-volume receiver, depending on the situation.Every PO Box number corresponds to a distinct ZIP+4 code, which is another prevalent practice.

    1. Multiple PO Box numbers are often combined into the same ZIP+4 code by utilizing the last few digits of the PO Box number.
    2. This is known as grouping.
    3. However, because this procedure is not a general norm, the ZIP+4 code must still be sought up for each individual PO Box.

    Places in the US so Remote, They Don’t Have a ZIP

    As you can see from the map, ZIP codes are not issued to every location in the United States.There are not enough deliverable addresses in remote and particularly rural sections of the nation to support the creation of a mail route.A ZIP code is not required if there is no postal delivery.In terms of getting away from civilization, these locations are some of the most isolated spots in the whole country if you choose to do so.

    USA ZIP Code Boundaries

    Despite the fact that ZIP codes appear to be of a geographical character, this was not their original use.They are meant to consolidate mail in order to help the United States Postal Service to carry mail more effectively.It is common for ZIP codes to span numerous states in order to improve the efficiency of mail routing and delivery.In the majority of situations, addresses that are in close proximity to one another are put together in the same ZIP code, giving the impression that ZIP codes are defined by a distinct geographic border.

    Some ZIP codes, on the other hand, have nothing to do with geographical places.For example, the United States Navy uses a single ZIP code for all of its mail.When ZIP codes appear to be spatially clustered, a distinct contour surrounding the ZIP code cannot always be drawn since ZIP codes are only given to a point of delivery and not the intervals between delivery locations.

    It is possible that ZIP codes may not be set or that their borders will be unclear in regions where there is no regular postal route or no mail service.

    US ZIP Code Map

    According to the most recent USPS data, there is no official ZIP code map.The primary problem has already been discussed: there isn’t always a clearly defined geographic limit for a ZIP code.No official or completely accurate map of a ZIP code can be produced by the Census Bureau or other commercial services, but many of them will attempt to interpolate data to construct polygons (shapes formed by straight lines) to show the approximate region covered by a ZIP code.All ZIP code maps on this site are based on the ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs) defined by the United States Census Bureau in 2010 (or later) and explained in greater detail further down this page.

    They offer an extremely accurate representation of the geographic region covered by a ZIP code.When you look at our maps, you will quickly see that there are some border concerns.When a ZIP code is not assigned to a location (as is the case in much of Nevada and Utah), it is because there are few, if any, addresses to which the mail may be delivered.

    It is important to note that if an address is located on the same street as a ZIP code border on a map, you should search for the entire street address to ascertain the ZIP code rather than depending on the map.

    ZIP Code Tabulation Areas (ZCTAs)

    The United States Census Bureau created the tabulation regions for ZIP code numbers in the 1950s.Their objective is to provide statistical information on geographical areas that are recognizable to the majority of residents.ZCTAs, on the other hand, are not precisely the same as ZIP codes.Because of the difficulties in exactly defining the geographic region encompassed by a ZIP code, as previously stated.

    To account for some of the problems associated with assigning a geographic area to a ZIP code, ZCTAs were created in order to more accurately identify a geographical region.ZCTAs are also not updated on a regular basis like ZIP codes are.In general, they are updated once every ten years in order to coincide with the United States Census.

    The Census allocates an area to a ZCTA based on the number of census blocks in the area (the smallest geographic unit used by the census).Consider the image on the right, which depicts a city block that corresponds to a normal census block.All four sides are bordered by sections of city streets, each with its own name and address, which surround the entire area.The problem is that census blocks are usually often divided down the center of the street, which is problematic.

    1. ZIP codes seldom do this since it would necessitate two postal workers carrying mail to that street – one for each side of the street – which would be prohibitively expensive.
    2. A postal carrier may deliver to three sides of the block using one ZIP code in this example, while another mail carrier may deliver to the other street using a different ZIP code.
    3. As a result, because the census block is the area that has been exactly measured, the Census Bureau will allocate the whole block to a single ZCTA (in this example, 21044).
    4. It is nearly always necessary to split ZIP codes when getting extremely exact (typically a matter of meters, not miles).

    Census block borders towards the boundary of a ZIP code almost always result in this situation.It is possible to get insight into the demographics of a ZIP code by using the information published by the Census Bureau.For example, have a look at our ZIP code rankings.

    Matching ZIP Codes with States, Counties, and Cities

    Keep in mind that ZIP codes were created to make mail delivery more convenient.Their limits were not drawn in accordance with existing boundaries, such as those of cities, counties, or even states.Whenever it is more cost-effective for a mail carrier to drive over a state border to deliver mail, the ZIP code ″boundary″ will be extended across state boundaries.ZIP codes often do not cross state boundaries, although there are several that do (65733, 71749, and 73949 are good examples).

    Our comprehensive list of ZIP codes that cross state boundaries is accessible as part of our comprehensive list of ZIP codes in the United States.If you’re trying to assign a ZIP code to a certain county (up to 25 percent of ZIP codes cross county boundaries), congressional district, metro region (with time zone and area code), or other specific location, things get much more difficult.The margins of the boundaries frequently overlap with one another.

    For the purposes of our free zip code database by county downloads, we will typically provide either the most frequent region for the ZIP code or numerous regions if more than one region exists in the ZIP code for the purposes of our free zip code database by county downloads.The assignment for cities is a little more difficult to figure out.The United States Postal Service (USPS) does not always utilize the city in which the ZIP code is situated.The assignment of cities to ZIP codes is done on a more broad scale.

    1. The name of the city is typically the same as the name of the main post office.
    2. For example, practically all ZIP codes in St.
    3. Louis County, Missouri, are labeled as being in the city of Saint Louis, despite the fact that they are more appropriately defined as being in the name of a smaller city in which they are located.
    4. More information on matching ZIP codes to cities and counties may be found here.

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    Zip Code Zip Code Type Zip Code Name
    85001 PO Box Phoenix
    85002 PO Box Phoenix
    85003 Non-Unique Phoenix
    85004 Non-Unique Phoenix

    What is the zip code for Casa Grande AZ?

    List of Zipcodes in Casa Grande, Arizona
    ZIP Code ZIP Code Name Population
    85122 Casa Grande 50942
    85193 Casa Grande 4906
    85194 Casa Grande 6721

    What is the zip code for Queen Creek AZ?

    85140

    Is Safford Arizona a good place to live?

    Safford is a wonderful area to live, work, and visit with family and friends.For high risk and disturbed families and individuals, I would want to see more community cohesion as well as more help from the larger community.They are excellent at organizing activities for the community.

    Salsa Fest, Harvest Fest, Light Parade, 4th of July, Fair Weekend, and a slew of other events are held throughout the year.

    Does it snow in Safford AZ?

    In Safford, Arizona, there are 1 million people who live there all year.

    Is Safford AZ Safe?

    In Safford, Arizona, there are 1 million visitors every year.

    What do they grow in Safford AZ?

    Long and short staple cotton, durum and winter wheat, barley, amaranth, alfalfa, beans, fruit trees, pecans, and pistachios are some of the crops grown in the region. In addition, kenaf, an alternative fiber for papermaking, and vernonia, an oilseed, are grown on some of the land.

    How far is Safford AZ from Phoenix?

    143.

    How far is Safford AZ from Tucson AZ?

    83 miles

    What is Safford AZ known for?

    Safford, a city located in the heart of various natural attractions, is a refuge for those who enjoy outdoor exploration and activities. Safford combines together many of the attractions that have made Arizona renowned, such as hot springs, sand dunes, and rock fields, in one convenient location, making it the ideal family holiday destination.

    What is the altitude of Safford Arizona?

    889 m

    When was Safford AZ founded?

    1901

    What is the county for Tucson Arizona?

    Pima County

    How far is Safford from Sierra Vista?

    Is Tucson the dumbest city?

    Tucson is in the middle of the pack when it comes to intellect, scoring as the 27th stupidest city in Arizona out of a total of 59 cities that we studied in this study. In second place behind Tucson, Mesa received a score of 5 and was ranked as the 31st stupidest city in Arizona.

    Is Tucson expensive to live?

    Tucson is a cheap area to live in Arizona, thanks to a cost of living that is 8 percent lower than the national average and 6 percent lower than the state average. Aside from that, housing expenses are 25 percent cheaper than the national average, with typical property prices hovering around $132,200 and median rent prices hovering around $772 per month.

    How far is Tucson from the Mexican border?

    Roughly 60 miles

    Is it safe to go to Nogales Mexico?

    No part of the city of Nogales is safe from violent violence.The region between the El Periferico highway and Avenida Obregon, on the other hand, is safer than the city’s surrounding suburban neighborhoods, according to the police.The violent incidents that do take place in this neighborhood almost always take place after dark.

    It is only permissible to go across the city during daytime hours.

    Is Tucson warmer than Phoenix?

    Tucson has a colder climate than Phoenix, despite the fact that both cities have a hot heat by Chicago standards. Throughout the year, the average temperature in Phoenix is 75 degrees.

    How dangerous is Nogales AZ?

    Nogales, AZ Crime

    Statistic Reportedincidents Nogales/100k people
    Assault 41 203.

    Can you walk across the border at Nogales?

    Walks over the border are a common mode of transportation, and Nogales, Arizona offers a number of gated parking areas adjacent to the port of entry. Simply follow Interstate 19 all the way to the conclusion in Nogales, where the parking lot workers will assist you.

    Can I go to Nogales Mexico without a passport?

    Before visiting outside of the border zone, all international tourists are required to get a tourist permission from the local authorities.Permits are provided at the customs and immigration checkpoint at kilometer 21 in Nogales for people going into Mexico from the United States.Obtaining a permit requires either a passport alone or a birth certificate and driver’s license, depending on your situation.

    What is the safest neighborhood in Tucson AZ?

    • Tucson, Arizona’s top eight safest neighborhoods to live in are as follows: Saguaro Miraflores is a kind of saguaro. Although it has a small population of only 615 people, Saguaro Miraflores is considered to be the safest suburb in Tucson. It is located in Pima County and borders the following neighborhoods: Tucson Park West, Houghton, Prince Tucson, Rita Ranch, Desert Palm Park, Cherry Avenue, and Houghton Park.

    What is the most dangerous city in Arizona?

    • How Do You Identify the Most Dangerous Areas in Arizona? Page. Victims of violent crime were killed in 1043 incidents in Winslow and 733 incidents in Tucson and Tempe. Victims of violent crime were killed in 529 incidents in Show Low and 733 incidents in Tucson and Tempe. Property crime was 4,078 in Kingman, while violent crime totaled 398. 3,883 cases of property crime were reported.

    What are the bad areas of Tucson?

    In Tucson, what are the worst neighborhoods to live in for the year 2021?

    Rank Neighborhood Home Value
    1 Fairgrounds $71,300
    2 El Presidio $66,200
    3 Parkway Terrace $97,600
    4 Alvernon Heights $47,800

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