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.
[15th July 2018] Unfortunately, due to a large price increase in back-end services, we can no longer offer some features on this page.
ZIP Code Radius Search Map
Centre Marker? ZIP Markers? US County Borders? ZIP Boundaries? Exclude PO Boxes ?
Step 1 : Radius km (maximum = 1000km) OR miles (maximum = 625 miles)
Step 2 : Click on map OR Place by location name or ZIP code :
Please Note : 3 or 4 digit ZIPs should be padded with zero's to produce a 5 digit number for the most accurate results. So 544 should be input as 00544.
You can also specify a latitude/longitude in step 2 by wrapping the value in square brackets. For example [36.1743717,-115.1543127] for Las Vegas
States To Include :
Input a radius to search within in KM or miles. Click on the map or type in an address or ZIP code on the centre 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.
Suggested New Features
- Filter Cities listed by defining a minimum population level
- Option to plot multiple ZIPs to build up a number of radius area
- If ZIPs found are 90% or more of a city, suggest returning all ZIPs for that city
- 7th April 2018 : Version 3.12 - New option [Exclude PO Boxes]
- 1st April 2017 : Version 3.11 - Bug fix for selected states functionality
- 20th March 2017 : Version 3.10 - Output can be filtered to include/exclude selected states
- 3rd October 2016 : Version 3.9 - Option to show/hide ZIP code markers
- 20th September 2016 : Version 3.8 - Latitude and longitude can now be specified for the centre of the radius in step 2
- 18th August 2016 : Version 3.7 - ZIP boundaries are shown for ZIP codes found. Clicking on the boundary or the marker will cause the ZIP code of that area to be displayed below the map.
- 11th August 2016 : Version 3.6 - Centre marker is now black in colour
- 12th February 2016 : Version 3.5 - Fixed issue with radius limit not applied correctly
- 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 back-end 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
Comments For This Page
thank You for are Partnership
By Thank You Joe on 29th June 2018
Hi Jan, please have a look here : Find German Postal Codes Inside a Radius.
By Free Map Tools on 29th June 2018
Hey, this tool is awesome! Great work!
I am trying to get the zip codes by radius in Germany. Unfortunately this seems not to work. What can I do or can you extend this feature for Germany?
By Jan on 29th June 2018
Hi James, it uses the centre (AKA centroid).
By Free Map Tools on 26th June 2018
Are the zip codes measured border to border of the zip code bounds or center to center?
By James on 26th June 2018
By kofi on 23rd June 2018
Hi John, its aerial distance.
By Free Map Tools on 22nd June 2018
Can someone tell me how the "zip codes inside radius" are calculated? Is this an aerial distance or driving/commuting distance?
By John on 22nd June 2018
Hi Cat, this page is aimed at finding ZIPs and as a side-line it also lists cities tagged against those ZIPs. Also, a search of 120miles from Dallas, TX does list Tyler as a city
By Free Map Tools on 7th June 2018
Asked for cities within 125 miles of Dallas, Tyler TX wasn't listed and it is only 98 miles away. Makes me wonder what other cities are not being listed. Good concept though.
By Cat on 6th June 2018
Hi, The units can be toggled : User Menu (top right of map) > Settings > Toggle Units
By Free Map Tools on 4th June 2018
Wonderful tool. Suggestion is to output the combined results in mileage, or an option or mileage, rather than kilometers.
On 3rd June 2018
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By Connie on 31st May 2018
Would love to see the new feature request for population filtering!
By CW on 30th May 2018
Amazing tool. Kudos!
By Edward on 30th May 2018
Derek D, Thanks for the suggestion. This is not possible as there will be those who use this feature to bombard the page with automated requests at the expense of everyone else.
By Free Map Tools on 25th May 2018
I'm wanting to return a list of zipcodes between a radius range... Say i want to know the zipcodes that are between 50-60 mile distance from a zipcode... I could possibly create a table with all zipcodes and long/lat and then add a field to calcualte distance and then sort distances to only show range but hoping to get solution from here as i am not the best at code - :)
By natethegreat on 24th May 2018
Suggestion idea: Provide a way to let the user copy the URL of a defined map or share it. I.e. the user modifies their search filter until they like it, and then copy this "Map URL" link and email it to someone.
By Derek D on 24th May 2018
good stuff , real cool, glad i found this.
By pg on 16th May 2018
Oohh my, how come I never found this tool all this time. If I end up being a Millionaire, its because of this tool. I ya man, bless!
On 15th May 2018
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