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


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






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

  • 26th July 2015 : Version 3.4 - Update
    • Combined text box now lists the distance to the ZIP code in km.
  • 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

I would love it if I could change the delimiter to something other than a comma... specifically a semicolon.
By RCG on 06/10/2015

Hi, if you wish to filter by state, you could use the output in the Combined text box, copy it in to Excel (or equivalent) then filter on the State column.
By Free Map Tools on 05/10/2015

This is very helpful. Is there a way to filter by state? I need zip codes within a 50 mile radius of a location in Baltimore but I only want the results to include Maryland zips. Thank you.
By K Burke on 05/10/2015

This is great, but I wish there was a feature to break it down. I need to know all zipcodes between 0-50 mi and 50-100. When I type 100 miles into radius I get all zipcodes within that radius, then manually erase the 0-50. Keep up the good work tho
By Alex G on 30/09/2015

Thanks for all your efforts... its awesome.
On 24/09/2015

Abhi, you can copy and paste from the text box in to excel. It is best to click the [Toggle CSV or New Line] button to get them in a single column first.
By Free Map Tools on 23/09/2015

I want the results of zip codes as an excel file.. or can I download those as an excel file format?
By Abhi on 23/09/2015

The linking option should now work on this page.
By Free Map Tools on 22/09/2015

The linking feature seems bugged from menu>load radius.
On 06/09/2015

This has been such a handy tool over the years. I am grateful.
By Jody on 22/08/2015

Is there a way to upload a list of zip codes (1400) and get the zip codes that are within 25 mile radius of each zip code?
By Chris Bautista on 20/08/2015

We don't do Zip 4 output now. Depending on demand this could be considered.
By Free Map Tools on 18/08/2015

Byron, these 2 ZIPs appear to be found in Holtsville (see here)
By Free Map Tools on 18/08/2015

Can you return Zip 4 outputs? Very cool tool. Thanks.
On 18/08/2015

I liked you user interface but found you city list to be quite inaccurate.
On 18/08/2015

Run a 20 mile radius from 11757, the dataset comes back with two invalid postal codes: 00501,00544. Can these be removed from the dataset? Thank you!
By Byron Hatch on 18/08/2015

Yes, this is awesome! thanks!
By Nate on 14/08/2015

this is awesome!
On 14/08/2015

By Grant on 11/08/2015

Hello im looking for a list of addresses around my church at 2075 rush street in lake station 46405. We are having a picnic for the area a 3 mile radius. Want to invite the neighboring area to the picnic.
By carmen white on 26/07/2015

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