Find ZIP Codes Inside a User Defined Area
Map of the USA where you can specify a custom area to search within return all the ZIP codes found inside that area.
User Defined Search Map
Show US County Borders? Show ZIP Boundaries? Toggle Markers Label Zips
Click on the map to start drawing an area. Once you have defined the area in which you wish to search, click the [Search For Zip Codes] button. After a delay, the results will appear inside the area. 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.
- Ability to filter by state
- 23rd August 2016 : Version 2.4 - Added labels to the markers to show the ZIP code on the map
- 18th August 2016 : Version 2.3 - Only 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.
- 21st July 2016 : Version 2.2 - New option to toggle markers on and off. Changes to overlay transparency.
- 11th April 2015 : Version 2.1 - Now outputs county and timezone
- 31st May 2014 : Version 2 - Minor updates to code
- 5th April 2014 : Version 1 - Initial Version
Previous Comments For This Page
This is absolutely amazing! Thank you!
On 29th January 2017
Excellent and easy to use. A nice to have feature would be the ability to filter by state or to follow a geographic feature (i.e. highway) but these would be minor enhancements to an otherwise super useful tool.
On 19th January 2017
Is there a way to zoom in on the map much more easily, similar to what google maps does of double clicking.
Or at least give me the option to filter by state.
On 15th December 2016
By Sydney Milford on 6th December 2016
I did not realize there was a save and load area function on this website, in the upper right! This has saved me a ton of time, thank you for these tools.
By Garrett on 1st December 2016
Is there a way to combine this with the How Far Can I Travel? to get zip codes within an area defined by distance? Right now I am doing it manually by comparing the How Far Can I travel map area to points manually created on this map.
By Garrett on 1st December 2016
pretty big area let me know if its to much if I should narrow it down more
By Lucas Morton on 7th November 2016
Very nice tool
By DRC on 27th October 2016
Hi Eduard, the best you can do is use this page to get USA cities. It is not currently possible to find the cities for other countries.
By Free Map Tools on 25th October 2016
And I hope to get cities of other countries.
Is it possible?
I am sorry for many question.
On 24th October 2016
Thank you for your wonderful map tool.
But is there any getting cities name tool?
I hope to get only cities, states and countries.
Please help me.
By Eduard on 24th October 2016
Steve D, how many points? it will have its limits once the shape gets too complex.
By Free Map Tools on 16th October 2016
Fantastic tool! Thanks. I created a complex user defined area with a lot of points following state boundaries along rivers. The app seems to be hung up "List of Cip Codes found..." but nothing happens.
By Steve D on 15th October 2016
Hi Al, not quite sure what you mean. Is it like a state area x miles extra?
By Free Map Tools on 26th August 2016
Excellent tool! Would there be a way to define an area within X miles around a state, and have the map automatically draw this?
By Al on 25th August 2016
On 22nd August 2016, we have now added labels to the markers
By Free Map Tools on 23rd August 2016
If this had a way to add zip code labels it would be 100% perfect, but has already saved me days of work.
On 22nd August 2016
Tpierce, thanks for the kind comments.
By Free Map Tools on 5th August 2016
I have used this tool several times, it has saved me DAYS worth of work. Thank you Thank you!
By Tpierce on 5th August 2016
Thank you. Nope, no issues - just wondering!
On 3rd August 2016
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