Find French Postcodes Inside User Defined Area
A map of the France where you can draw a custom area on the map, then perform a search to return all the French Postal codes found inside the area.
Find French Postcode Inside User Defined Area Map
List of Postcodes found...
Draw a free form shape on the map to define the area. Once you have drawn the area, click the [Search For Postcodes] button. After a short delay, the system will then return all French postcodes contained inside the area. If you hover over a marker, you will see it's French postal code.
You can find a comma separated list of the France postal codes in the large text box below the map.
There are also buttons [Clear All Points], [Zoom to Fit] and [Full Screen] to assist you.
- 15th January 2019 : Version 2.2 - Polygon is now editable
- 12th January 2019 : Version 2.1 - Bug Fixes
- 6th January 2019 : Version 2.0 - Changed to Leaflet Maps
- 24th September 2015 : Version 1.0 - Initial Version
Comments For This Page
On 28th March 2021
Hi Will, sorry this is not possible.
By Free Map Tools on 6th December 2015
Hello, Thanks for your answer !
Is it possible to have an example of the server side code for this tool (Find French Postcodes Inside User Defined Area)? It would be very usefull for me to have this example and add new functionalities.
Thanks in advance for your answer.
By Will on 4th December 2015
Hi Will, at this point in time it is not possible to upload a KML here. This is something we will look in to. Also your other requirements such as city names, population and distance between names is additional functionality that is also not supported at this point in time
By Free Map Tools on 3rd December 2015
Thanks for this usefull tool.
Is it possible to upload my own kml file containing an area ?
I need to get all postcode cities names population of this area. More, I would like to get the distance between 1 city and the other cities of the list. Is it possible to do that ? Thanks in advance for your answer.
By Will on 3rd December 2015
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