Find ZIP Codes Inside a Radius

Map of the USA where you can specify a point and a radius to search within and return all the ZIP codes found inside that radius.

Radius Search Map

Options

Show Centre Marker? Show US County Borders?

Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 1000km) OR miles (maximum = 625 miles)

Step 2 : Click on map OR Place by location name or ZIP code :

CSV Output

ZIP Codes

States

Cities

Combined

ZIP,State,County,City,TimeZone

Instructions

Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Click on the map or type in an address or ZIP code on the center of your search. After a delay, the results will appear inside the radius. If you hover over a marker, you will see its ZIP code.

You can also find a comma separated list of the ZIP codes in the large text box in the CSV Output section.

There is a limit to the radius because excessive results can take a long time to load and some web browsers struggle to load them all.

Version History

  • 23rd July 2014 : Version 3.3 - Updates
    • New backend dataset
    • Combined text box now outputs the count of the Zip Codes
  • 27th March 2014 : Version 3.2 - Minor Update
    • Output now includes all unique states and cities
  • 4th February 2014 : Version 3.1 - Minor Update
    • Toggle CSV or New line option added
  • 15th January 2014 : Version 3 - Updates
    • Option to Show US County Borders
    • The circle polygon is no longer click-able
    • Added Full Screen option
  • 14th June 2012 : Version 2 - Implemented Google Maps API V3
    • Added Show Centre Marker option
    • Added Reset Map button
  • 10th February 2010 : Version 1 - Initial Version

Previous Comments For This Page

BEYOND amazing.. thank you for providing this service.
By Scott on 03/03/2015

First off, this is a great tool - thank you. Might you possibly consider adding a return of all Counties within the radius? I've been looking for something like this for many years. Thanks again.
By Angie on 20/02/2015

Thank you for the great service you provide!
On 19/02/2015

love this! I use it almost every day at work! helps me out a lot!
By Mandy M on 04/02/2015

What a GREAT tool, thank you!
By Mike on 04/02/2015

Awesome tool, thank you!!! I'd love to see a search of x radius to include zips in only one state or perhaps to select the states you'd like to query. Thanks again.
By Jorge on 02/02/2015

Could we please have an option to exclude certain states when searching within a radius.
On 30/01/2015

This is an awesome tool. Thank you so much. We use it to grow our business and determine which zip codes we can service without a distance fee or mileage fee.
On 20/01/2015

This is perfect! Thank you so much!!
By Ashley on 19/01/2015

Love this website!!! Thanks so much Freemaptools!
On 16/01/2015

50 miles of PwC
By 50 miles of PwC on 08/01/2015

Henry, we do not have an API for this service.
By Free Map Tools on 22/12/2014

Can you provide commercial api access to this? Different api's calculate this differently. For example, geonames api and zipcodeapi both have different results for each other and your application, if you just input 21220 with a 5 mile radius. Geonames will give you maybe 1 result Zipcodeapi will give you 4 (Baltimore, Essex, Middle River, and Chase).
By Henry Nwobi on 20/12/2014

This stinks. Difficult to use and claimed party does not live there. Saw him last week!
On 13/12/2014

Great Site. Love it.
By Rob Davis on 12/12/2014

This is absolutely FABULOUS!!
By Michael on 11/12/2014

This was awesome!!! It did exactly what I needed to decipher a zip code radius to enable local shipping through WooCommerce. Thank you!!
By K Olson on 26/11/2014

To the person who responded to me (David) on 19.11.2014, I couldn't get it to work in Notepad; nevertheless, it worked like a charm in Word. Thank you!
By David on 20/11/2014

David, just copy and paste your list into Notepad, then open the Edit menu and select Replace. Place a comma in the find box and a comma and a space in the replace with box. Click Replace all and you're done.
On 19/11/2014

It would be nice if each zip code, separated by a comma, would have at least one space in between the end of the comma and the beginning of the new zip code.
By David on 14/11/2014

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