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

it would be great if you could wildcard a postal code to get cities from first 3 digits ie.... V1G
By jeff on 15th July 2021

Sorry it worked after I refreshed the page - Steve
By Steve on 17th June 2021

Doesnt seem to be working as of 6/17/2021. You select the area on the map but after a significant delay no postal codes appear in the box.
By Steve on 17th June 2021

Under Output: Can you create a combined field (Postal Code, City, Provide, Miles)
On 3rd June 2021

Thanks for this creating and maintaining this tool, it's saved me so much time trying to consolidate postal codes :)
By David on 3rd June 2021

A Uddin, thanks for the feedback. We have now corrected the mistake you pointed out. The 1 corrected error from 5580 results should hopefully help change your mind about this free tool being a waste of time.
By Free Map Tools on 26th May 2021

Wasted so much time on this map trying to get postal codes for my shipping rules for my website... only to see map is wrong. Ex. I searched 5km radius from m1r2b9... why is l3s3k9 included in list whereas circle is nowhere close to that postal code (typed it in Maps to see where l3s3k9 was)
By A Uddin on 21st May 2021

Hi, please have a look at this page. It should do what you require: Find Canadian Postcode Inside User Defined Area.
By Free Map Tools on 20th April 2021

This is awesome! Kudos to you for making this. I do have a request: can you also make it a square 'radius' as oppose to a circle. I have to break a city down into quadrants for assigning districts based on postal codes. Having straight lines to align with a street as oppose to circle would help immensely. Thank you if you can!
On 20th April 2021

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

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