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

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Options

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

Options

 Full Screen 

 Clear Map 


Show Centre Marker? Show Postcode Labels?

Output

 Toggle CSV or New line 


Cities

Instructions

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.

Version History

Comments For This Page

Amazing simple tool to solve a complex problem!! Thank you for making it easy, free to use!!
By Lou Gazzola on 12th December 2018

Thanks for your response - the page becomes unresponsive for any result that generates over 1,000 results. For example, 50km radius around Burnaby, BC Thanks for your help!
By Lee Scott on 19th November 2018

Hi Lee, does it do this for all searches e.g. a small radius, or only on searches with 1000's of results? Thanks for the feedback.
By Free Map Tools on 14th November 2018

This tool is awesome - thank you. However, the page becomes unresponsive and crashes when I select 'Toggle CSV or New Line' - Is there any way this could be investigated please?
By Lee on 13th November 2018

Josh, there is a paid-for API available. Please get in contact if you wish to discuss.
By Free Map Tools on 24th October 2018

Is this accessible through an API by chance?
By Josh Elias on 23rd October 2018

Hi, can you confirm the search you ran to get V7G on Vancouver Island please?
By Free Map Tools on 9th October 2018

Hi it gives V7G as a post code on Vancouver Island, but this is actually for North Vancouver.
On 8th October 2018

The fix you put in place works. I commented on 1-Aug, good to know you keep up with this site. Excellent tool, Thanks!
By Rob on 10th September 2018

Works with lat and long. Under step 2, choose lat and long from drop down. Then find lat and long for your address on another site (google), then input in format "lat, long". This worked for me.
By Nora on 6th September 2018

Seem to be having an issue with the Canadian tool. Everytime i set a radius and input a postal code, the client resets without producing any results
By Tim on 23rd August 2018

Excellent. Didn't work when I entered my postal code though, only when I drew a map. Thanks!
On 15th August 2018

Great tool. Wish I found it sooner
On 14th August 2018

Same as previous comments, I can't generate results. I used to use this tool all the time, but now when I click 'Draw Radius' nothing happens. It's as if I haven't clicked on the button.
On 8th August 2018

Just like rob and linda, I cannot generate a result
By MC on 7th August 2018

I am experiencing the same as Linda. I open the web page, hit load map, enter the distance in km, enter the postal code, select the FSA field, then hit the draw radius button. It worked for one, but when I tried to enter a different postal code, it won't work. I closed out the web browser and did it again, same thing.
By Rob on 1st August 2018

Hi Linda, please describe the steps you take and where it stops working?
By Free Map Tools on 31st July 2018

Hello, has the map tools got too expensive? I can't generate any fsa's from a radius anymore.
By Linda on 30th July 2018

Wendy, the only option is to copy/paste from the text-boxes in to a spreadsheet and work from there.
By Free Map Tools on 24th May 2018

Is it possible to export search results?
By Wendy Hough on 23rd May 2018

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