San diego zip code

What are Sand Diego zip codes?

San Diego is a city located on the Pacific coast of California which is known mainly for its parks, beaches, and warm climate. Whenever you need to send a package or a letter, you may not think about the most important detail, which is the zip code of the region, city, or town, you send it to.

Be wary that any time you decide to send something somewhere, you will be first asked to include a correct area zip code with the valid address right before you can mail the document successfully. This has not always been the major cause, but nowadays it seems like something vital that people could not do without. Zipcodes help people send their mails and packages and be sure that their packages get exactly where they wish and need to get so that people do not have to worry much about their documents arriving at the proper place.

To send your items or documents successfully, you will need to know the right zip code of the area you send your items to. In that case, the area is San Diego County.

Here are all San Diego zip codes (USA) to know:

92592, 92672, 91902, 91901, 91905, 91903, 91908, 91906, 91910, 91912, 91911, 91914, 91913, 91916, 91915, 91917, 91932, 91931, 91934, 91933, 91941, 92066, 92069, 92068, 92071, 92070, 92074, 92072, 92078, 92075, 92081, 92079, 92083, 92082, 92085, 91935, 91942, 91945, 91946, 91950, 91948, 91962, 91963, 91978, 91977, 91980, 91979, 92004, 92003, 92008, 92007, 92010, 92009, 92011, 92018, 92014, 92020, 92019, 92021, 92024, 92026, 92025, 92028, 92027, 92029, 92036, 92033, 92037, 92040, 92049, 92052, 92051, 92055, 92054, 92057, 92056, 92059, 92058, 92061, 92060, 92065, 92064, 92067, 92084, 92086, 92091, 92093, 92092, 92101, 92096, 92103, 92102, 92105, 92104, 92107, 92106, 92109, 92108, 92111, 92110, 92113, 92112, 92115, 92114, 92117, 92116, 92119, 92118, 92121, 92120, 92122, 92126, 92155, 92154, 92159, 92158, 92163, 92123, 92171, 92173, 92172, 92175, 92177, 92176, 92179, 92178, 92182, 92186, 92197, 92198, 92124, 92128, 92127, 92130, 92129, 92132, 92131, 92134, 92136, 92135, 92138, 92140, 92139, and 92145.

What the 5 digits mean in San Diego zip codes

Generally speaking, per zip code digit has its individual, special meaning, and hence, is a code to detect the area and location. The first digit of the zip code represents the major region of the country, primarily the state that an address is in. The second digit of the zip code together with the third numbers are mainly specialized according to the smaller region, such as a central mail-processing center in the area. Finally, the last 2 digits of the zip codes are codes that mean the post office that is closest to that person.

Note that often there are 4 additional numbers in zip codes that are usually added to the end of the person's zip code. These digits narrow down the person's area or location even further. Also, be informed that these four digits are not meant to be used per time someone sends you a package, bill, or letter, but it helps when it comes to keeping everything in order. You should also know the additional 4 digits for your zip code, as one day you may need them for many reasons. Depending on how large or small the area you live in is, there may be various zip codes in one location. Hence, you may look at a map of how these area zip code zones are determined in each region. This is the reason, that there are quite a lot of zip codes used in San Diego County since it is a busy and large area.

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