Find Canadian Postal Codes Inside a Radius

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

Canadian Postal Code Radius Search Map



Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 200km) OR miles (maximum = 125 miles)

Step 2 : Click on map OR Place radius by location :

 Draw Radius 

Only return Forward Sortation Area (FSA). Locations are averaged


 Full Screen 

 Clear Map 

Show Centre Marker? Show Postcode Labels?


 Toggle CSV or New Line 

 Save CSV File 



Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Click on the map or type in an address or Canadian post code on the center of your search. After a delay, the results will appear in the text box. If there are fewer than 5000 post code results, they will also be shown on the map. If you hover over a marker, you will see it's postal code.

You can find a comma separated list of the post codes in the large text box below the map.

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.

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Comments For This Page

Very useful !
On 9th April 2021

This is pretty cool.
By Jim deWeerd on 16th March 2021

PS, I haven't observed any malfunctions
By Jim on 23rd February 2021

Maybe for fast initial results default Radius 0.5km, OR default Only Show FSA = checked? Also, is there a way to visualize postal code boundaries?
By Jim on 23rd February 2021

What a piece of malfunctioning junk.
On 19th February 2021

There were 5 K8H ??? postcodes with an incorrect location. These have now been corrected.
By Free Map Tools on 29th January 2021

When I search on 100KM from N1H 6Z9, I'm getting postal codes results like K8H 0E5 which are much more than 100KM.
By Mark on 28th January 2021

This tool finds Canadian Postcodes inside a radius. As a secondary output it also gives the town/city associated with each postcode. So please don't see this page as a way to find cities inside a radius. For that task, please use : Find Cities and Towns Inside Radius.
By Free Map Tools on 28th January 2021

The cities are showing up incorrectly on this. Toronto and a handful of other cities are showing up in the list of cities within 100 KM of Ottawa
On 27th January 2021

Kyle, sorry, thats not possible. Anything such as this can be done using 'manual' subtraction or additional of the results after they are generated.
By Free Map Tools on 19th January 2021

Would it be possible to input several points (4) on the map and create an overlay of their respective radius?
By Kyle on 18th January 2021

Hi Kyle, the button [Toggle CSV or New Line] should switch it over from CSV to rows.
By Free Map Tools on 15th January 2021

Good Day, Is it possible for the webpage to output the postal code data by row as opposed to columns? I'm running into a challenge where not all the information is able to be output because excel can only accept 16384 columns, whereas it can accept more that 1 million rows.
By Kyle on 14th January 2021

On 18th July 2020, not sure what your mean? Do you mean the CAN/USA boarder?
By Free Map Tools on 20th July 2020

Hi! Is it possible to add or remove select postal codes/ZIP codes from the radius' list. Our local delivery does not cross the border.
On 18th July 2020

Hi Johnny, sorted this one as well. We found that some Lock Box locations were coming through and appear in the nearest large city. These are now excluded.
By Free Map Tools on 14th July 2020

When I do a radius of 30k on B3L 4H8 I get Lunenburg, Lunenburg is 94km from B3L 4H8. Is the City list inaccurate or are the postal codes also? More concerned with the post codes, and it isn't realistic to manually confirm each post code returned. Thank you
By Johnny on 14th July 2020

Johnny, this issue has now been fixed.
By Free Map Tools on 14th July 2020

When I search a 50km Radius around B3L 4H8, 'Antigonish' is returned in city list but Antigonish is 218km from B3L 4H8
By Johnny on 13th July 2020

Moun, can you provide some examples please?
By Free Map Tools on 10th June 2020

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