List of North American Numbering Plan area codes


List of North American Numbering Plan area codes

This is a list of North American telephone area codes in effect for the North American Numbering Plan (NANP). The area to which an area code is officially assigned is known as a Numbering Plan Area (NPA).

Contents

200

200: not used

201: New Jersey (Hackensack, Jersey City, Hoboken, Bayonne, Ridgewood, Union City, Teaneck, New Milford, and most of northeastern New Jersey)

  • Originally covered all of New Jersey. Split to create 609 (1958), 908 (1991) and 973 (1997).
  • Overlain by 551 in 2001.

202: Washington, D.C. (all)

203: Connecticut (Bridgeport, Danbury, New Haven, Waterbury, and southwestern Connecticut)

  • Originally covered all of Connecticut; split in 1995 to create 860.
  • Overlain by 475 in December 2009.

204: Manitoba (all)

205: Alabama (Birmingham; Tuscaloosa, and parts of western and central Alabama)

  • Originally covered all of Alabama; split to create 334 (1995) and 256 (1998).

206: State of Washington (Seattle, all of Bainbridge, Mercer, and Vashon islands, Burien, Des Moines, Lake Forest Park, Normandy Park, Sea-Tac, Shoreline, Tukwila, and some small unincorporated areas adjacent to these. Also, parts of Woodway and Edmonds)

  • Originally covered all of Washington; split to create 509 (1957), 360 (1995), 425 and 253 (1997).

207: Maine (all except Estcourt Station)

208: Idaho (all)

209: California (Stockton, Modesto, Merced, Tracy, San Andreas, and part of central California)

  • Created by a split from 916 in 1958.
  • Split in 1998 to create 559.

210: Texas (San Antonio metropolitan area)

  • Created by split from 512 in 1992.
  • Three-way split in 1997 created 830 and 956.

211: Community Services Hotline (e.g., crisis line, United Way, etc.)

212: New York City (Manhattan except for Marble Hill)

  • Split in 1984 to create 718.
  • Overlain by 917 in 1992 and by 646 in 1999.

213: California (Downtown Los Angeles)

  • Originally covered the southern third of California; split to create 714 (1951), 805 (1957), 818 (1984), 310 (1991), 323 (1998).

214: Texas (Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex)

  • Split to create 817 (1953), 903 (1990) and 972 (1996). 214 and 972 were merged and overlain with 469 in 1999.

215: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia area including its suburbs in eastern Montgomery County and most of Bucks County as well as a very small portion of Berks County around the Hereford area, which is served by the Pennsburg 679 exchange.

  • Split to create 610 in 1994.
  • Overlain by 267 in 1997; a further overlay with 445 was proposed, but never implemented.

216: Ohio (Cleveland area)

  • Three-way split in 1997 created 330 and 440.

217: Illinois (Springfield, Champaign, Decatur, Urbana, Lincoln, and parts of central Illinois)

  • Split in 1957 to create part of 309.

218: Minnesota (Duluth, Thief River Falls, Brainerd, International Falls, and part of northern Minnesota)

  • Split in 1954 to create 507.

219: Indiana (northwest: Gary, Chesterton, Crown Point, East Chicago, Hammond, Hobart, Merrillville, Michigan City, Portage, Valparaiso)

  • Created in 1948 by split from 317.
  • Split in 2002 to create 260 and 574.

220–223: not used

224: Northeastern Illinois

  • Overlain on 847 in 2002.

225: Louisiana (Baton Rouge, Donaldsonville, New Roads, White Castle, and east-central Louisiana)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 504.
  • Mnemonic: CAJun

226: Ontario

  • Overlain on 519 in 2006.
  • Mnemonic: CANada

227 is assigned for numbering relief to 240 and 301 (Maryland), but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

228: Mississippi (Gulfport, Biloxi, Pascagoula, Bay St. Louis, and southmost Mississippi)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 601.

229: Georgia (Albany, Valdosta, Bainbridge, Americus, Fitzgerald, and most of southwestern Georgia)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 912.

230: not used

231: Michigan (Muskegon, Traverse City, Ludington, Petoskey, and part of northwestern Michigan)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 616.

232–233: not used

234: Ohio—overlain on 330 in 2000.

235: not used

236: Overlay code assigned for numbering relief to 604, 250, and 778 in British Columbia, starting June 1, 2013.[1]

237–238: not used

239: Florida (southwest coast: all of Lee County, Collier County, the mainland part of Monroe County, including Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, and Everglades)

  • Created in 2003 by split from 941.

240: Maryland

  • Overlain on 301 in 1997.

241: not used

242: The Bahamas (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: BHA.

243–245: not used

246: Barbados (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: BIM

247: not used

248: Michigan (Oakland County)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 810.
  • Overlain by 947.

249: Ontario: (Northeastern Ontario and Central Ontario: Greater Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay, etc.)

  • Overlain on 705 in 2011.

250: British Columbia (Victoria, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Kelowna, all areas except for Vancouver); also the town of Hyder, Alaska.

  • Created in 1996 by split from 604.
  • Overlain by 778 (see 604)

251: Alabama (Mobile County, Baldwin County, Bay Minette, Jackson, Brewton, Citronelle, and part of southwestern Alabama)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 334.

252: North Carolina (Greenville, New Bern, Kinston, Kitty Hawk, Rocky Mount)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 919.

253: State of Washington (Tacoma, Lakewood, Auburn, Puyallup, Enumclaw, Spanaway, and the southern suburbs of Seattle)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 206.

254: Texas (Waco, Killeen, Temple, Belton, and Stephenville)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 817.

255: not used

256: Alabama (Huntsville, Decatur, Cullman, Gadsden, Madison, Florence, Sheffield, Tuscumbia, Fort Payne, Scottsboro, and most of northern Alabama)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 205.
  • Overlain by 938 in 2010.

257–259: not used

260: Indiana (Fort Wayne, New Haven, Decatur, Angola, Huntington, Wabash, and most of northeastern Indiana)

  • Created in 2002 by split from 219.

261: not used

262: Wisconsin (Racine, Kenosha, Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, and most of southeastern Wisconsin excluding Milwaukee County)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 414.

263: not used

264: Anguilla (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: ANG

265–266: not used

267: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia and surrounding suburban area)

  • Overlain on 215 in 1997.

268: Antigua and Barbuda (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: ANT

269: Michigan (Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Benton Harbor, Allegan, Hastings, St. Joseph, and most of southwestern Michigan)

  • Created in 2002 by split from 616.

270: Kentucky (Owensboro, Paducah, Bowling Green, Hopkinsville, Henderson, Elizabethtown, and most of western Kentucky)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 502.

271: not used

272: Pennsylvania (northeastern)—overlay of 570—effective 2012[2]

273: not used

274: Wisconsin—scheduled to overlay 920 in 2014

275: not used

276: Virginia (Bristol, Abingdon, Wytheville, Martinsville, Bluefield, and most of southwestern Virginia)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 540.

277–280: not used

281: Texas (Houston area)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 713; re-merged with 713 as an overlay in 1999.
  • Overlain with 832 in 1999.

282: not used

283: proposed overlay of 513 (southwest Ohio)

284: the British Virgin Islands (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: BVI

285–288: not used

289: Ontario

  • Overlain on 905 in 2001.

300

300: not used

301: Maryland (Silver Spring, Washington, D.C., suburbs, all counties which touch the Potomac River, and the towns of Hagerstown, Frederick, Rockville, Cumberland, and land line telephones in all of western Maryland)

  • Originally covered all of Maryland; split in 1991 to create 410.
  • Overlain by 240 in 1997.
  • To be overlain with 227 in the future.

302: Delaware (all)

303: Colorado (Denver, Boulder, Longmont, Aurora, Golden, Limon, Centennial; central Colorado)

  • Originally covered all of Colorado; split to create 719 (1988) and 970 (1995).
  • Overlain by 720 in 1998.

304: West Virginia

  • Overlain by 681 in 2009.

305: Florida (all of Miami-Dade County and the Florida Keys: Miami, Miami Beach, Homestead, Coral Gables, Marathon, Key West.

  • Originally covered all of Florida; split to create 813 (1953), 904 (1965), 407 (1988), 954 (1995).
  • Partial overlay by 786 in 1998, in Miami-Dade County only. Complete overlay including the Keys in 2008.

306: Saskatchewan (all)

  • To be overlain by area code 639 in May, 2013.[3]

307: Wyoming (all)

308: Nebraska (North Platte, Scottsbluff, McCook, Kearney, Grand Island, and all of western Nebraska)

  • Created in 1954 by split from 402.

309: Illinois (Peoria, Bloomington, Moline, Rock Island, Galesburg, and west-central Illinois)

  • Created in 1957 from parts of 217 and 815.

310: California (Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Torrance, Santa Catalina Island, and the coastal areas of Los Angeles County)

  • Created in 1991 by split from 213.
  • Split in 1997 to create 562.
  • Overlain by 424 in 2006.

311: Local or government non-emergency use; City Hall in some localities.

312: Illinois (downtown Chicago)

  • Split to create 708 (1989) and 773 (1996).
  • Overlain by 872 in 2009.

313: Michigan (Dearborn, Detroit and its inner enclaves of Hamtramck and Highland Park)

  • Split to create 810 (1993) and 734 (1997).

314: Missouri (St. Louis, St. Louis County, Florissant, Crestwood, Hazelwood, Kirwood, and surrounding sububs of St. Louis)

  • Split in 1950 to create part of 417.
  • Split to create 573 (1996) and 636 (1999).

315: New York (Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, and north-central New York)

  • Split in 1954 to create part of 607.

316: Kansas (Wichita metropolitan area, McConnell Air Force Base, Augusta, El Dorado, Mulvane, and Hutchinson)

  • Split in 2001 to create 620.

317: Indiana (Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Greenwood, Mooresville, Beech Grove, and most of central Indiana)

  • Split to create 219 (1948) and 765 (1997).

318: Louisiana (Shreveport, Monroe, Alexandria, Fisher, Tallulah, and most of northern Louisiana)

  • Created in 1957 by split from 504.
  • Split in 1999 to create 337.

319: Iowa (Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Burlington, Iowa City, east-central, and southeastern Iowa)

  • Split in 2001 to create 563.

320: Minnesota (St. Cloud, Alexandria, Morris, Hutchinson, Sandstone, Appleton, and central Minnesota)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 612.

321: Florida (Orlando, Cocoa, Melbourne, Rockledge , Titusville, St Cloud, and east-central Florida). This Area partially overlies 407, and this is the exclusive code for the Space Coast (Cape Canaveral, Titusville, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Satellite Beach, Melbourne, Merritt Island, Patrick Air Force Base, Palm Bay.)

  • Created in 1999.
  • Mnemonic: The final digits of a rocket countdown.

322: not used

323: California (part of the City of Los Angeles excluding Downtown Los Angeles, Western Los Angeles, Westwood, the San Fernando Valley, Florence, and Montebello)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 213.

324: not used

325: Texas (Abilene, San Angelo, Sweetwater, Snyder)

  • Created in 2003 by split from 915.

326: not used

327: Arkansas (Texarkana, Jonesboro, Pine Bluff, and most of southern, eastern, and northeastern Arkansas)

  • Future overlay of 870, to be effective in 2013.

328–329: not used

330: Ohio (Akron, Canton, Youngstown, Warren, and most of northeastern Ohio)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 216.
  • Overlain by 234 in 2000.

331: Illinois (Aurora, Naperville, Oswego, and other western suburbs of Chicago)

  • Overlain on 630 in 2007.

332–333: not used

334: Alabama (Montgomery, Auburn, Dothan, Enterprise, Eufaula, Opelika, Phenix City, Selma, Tuskegee and most of southeastern Alabama)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 205.
  • Split in 2001 to create 251.

335: not used

336: North Carolina (Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Wilkesboro, Roxboro, and most of northwestern North Carolina)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 910.

337: Louisiana (Lafayette, Lake Charles, Leesville, New Iberia, Opelousas, and most of southwestern Louisiana)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 318.

338: not used

339: Massachusetts

  • Overlain on 781 in 2001.

340: the U.S. Virgin Islands (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.

341 is assigned for numbering relief to 510 (east shore of San Francisco Bay, California), but no date has been scheduled for this to be implemented.

342: not used

343: Ontario: (Ottawa metropolitan area and southeastern Ontario)

  • Overlain on 613 in 2010.

344: not used

345: the Cayman Islands (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.

346: not used

347: New York City

  • Overlain on 718 (and part of 917) in 1999.
  • Overlain again by 929 in 2011.

348–350: not used

351: Massachusetts

  • Overlain on 978 in 2001.

352: Florida (Gainesville, Ocala, Inverness, Dunnellon, and part of central Florida)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 904.
  • Mnemonic: FLA

353–359: not used.

  • 356 was authorized for use as a relief area code in New Jersey; however, 356 was replaced by 862 since this proposed code was condidered to be too similar to southern New Jersey's Area code 856

360: State of Washington (Olympia, Vancouver, Bellingham, Bremerton, Port Angeles, Aberdeen, and most of western Washington except the Seattle metropolitan area)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 206.

361: Texas (Corpus Christi, Victoria, George West, and much of South Texas)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 512.

362–363: not used

364: Kentucky—Planned relief of 270. Split plan canceled in December 2010, may be revived in the future as an overlay.

365: Ontario—overlay of Area codes 905 and 289, scheduled to be created on March 25, 2013[4]

  • Area code 742 reserved as a fourth code for the region.

366–368: not used

369 is assigned for numbering relief to 707 (northwest California), but no date has been scheduled for it to go into effect.

370–379: block reserved in case consecutive numbers are ever needed

380 is assigned for area code relief to 614 in Ohio but no date has been scheduled for this to be implemented.

381–384: not used

385: Utah

  • Overlain on 801 in 2009.

386: Florida (Daytona Beach, Lake City, Live Oak, Crescent City, and parts of northeastern Florida)

  • Created by split from 904 in 2001.
  • Mnemonic: FUN

387: Reserved as a fourth area code to overlay 416 for the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada with no set date for implementation

388-389: not used

400

400: not used

401: Rhode Island (all)

402: Nebraska (Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk, Superior, and most of eastern Nebraska)

  • Originally covered all of Nebraska; split in 1954 to create 308.
  • Overlain by 531 in 2011.

403: Alberta (Calgary, Banff, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Brooks, and most of southern Alberta)

  • This area code formerly covered all of the Yukon Territory and part of the Northwest Territories. These were split off in 1997 to compose part of 867.
  • Split in 1999 to create 780.
  • All of Alberta (403 and 780) has now been overlain by 587.

404: Georgia: Atlanta and the Atlanta metropolitan area inside of the Interstate 285 perimeter highway

  • This area code originally covered all of Georgia, but it was split to create Area code 912 in 1954; Area code 706 in 1992; and area code 770 in 1995. Area code 404 is now completely surrounded by area code 770, which forms an annulus around it.
  • Overlain by 678 in 1998.

405: Oklahoma (Oklahoma City, Stillwater, Edmond, Norman, Shawnee, and most of central Oklahoma)

  • Originally covered all of Oklahoma; split to create 918 in 1953 and 580 in 1997.

406: Montana (all)

407: Florida (Orlando, Sanford, St. Cloud, Kissimmee, and part of east-central Florida)

  • Created in 1988 by split from 305.
  • Split in 1996 to create 561.
  • Split and overlain, partially, by 321 in 1999.

408: California (San Jose, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Mountain View, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale, and Silicon Valley)

  • Created in 1959 by split from 415.
  • Split in 1998 to create 831.

409: Texas (Beaumont, Galveston, Orange, Port Arthur, and Texas City.

  • Created in 1983 by split from 713.
  • Three-way split in 2000 created 936 and 979.

410: Maryland (except for St. Mary's County, all counties and cities which touch the Chesapeake Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, or Delaware, including Annapolis, Baltimore, Berlin, Cambridge, Ocean City, Princess Anne, and Salisbury).

  • Created in 1991 by split from 301.
  • Overlain by 443 in 1997.

411: Directory Services; 1-areacode-555-1212 is also used to reach directory services in areas other than the caller's own area code.

412: Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh metropolitan area, Braddock, Duquesne, Johnstown, McKeesport)

  • Split in 1998 to create 724.
  • Overlain by 878 in 2001.

413: Massachusetts (Springfield, Pittsfield, Holyoke, Greenfield, and most of Western Massachusetts)

414: Wisconsin (Milwaukee County and the city of Milwaukee)

  • Split in 1955 to create part of 608.
  • Split to create 920 (1997) and 262 (1999).

415: California (San Francisco and most of Marin County)

  • Split in 1959 to create 408 and 707.
  • Split in 1991 to create 510.
  • Split in 1997 to create 650.

416: Ontario (the City of Toronto)

  • Split in 1953 to create part of 519.
  • Split in 1993 to create 905.
  • Overlain by 647 in 2001.
  • Overlain by 437 in 2013.

417: Missouri (Springfield, Joplin, Branson, Lamar, Lebanon, and most of southwestern Missouri)

  • Created in 1950 from parts of the area codes 314 and 816.

418: Quebec (Quebec City, Saguenay, the Gaspé Peninsula, Côte-Nord, Chibougamau, St-Georges), Maine (Estcourt Station)

  • Overlain by 581 in 2008.

419: Ohio (Toledo, Sylvania, Mansfield, Lima, Findlay, Sandusky, Bowling Green, and most of northwestern Ohio)

  • Overlain by 567 in 2002.

420–422: not used

423: Tennessee (two discontiguous portions of East Tennessee: Bristol, Johnson City, Kingsport, etc., in the northeast; and Chattanooga, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and McMinnville in the southeast

  • Created in 1995 by split from 615.
  • Split in 1999 to create 865.

424: California

  • Overlain on 310 in Los Angeles County in 2006.

425: State of Washington (the northern and eastern suburbs of Seattle: Bellevue, Everett, Edmonds, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, Issaquah, and Lynnwood.)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 206.

426–429: not used

430: Texas

  • Overlain on 903 in 2003.

431: Manitoba

432: Texas (West Texas: Midland, Odessa, Big Spring, Alpine, Fort Stockton.

  • Created in 2003 by split from 915.

433: not used

434: Virginia (Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, and south-central Virginia)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 804.

435: Utah (Cedar City, Logan, Moab, Park City, St. George, and all of Utah excluding the areas of Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Morgan County, Davis County, and north-central Utah.)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 801.

436: not used

437: Province of Ontario: Toronto metropolitan area

  • Reserved for use as an overlay on 416 and 647' scheduled to come into effect on March 25, 2013

438: Province of Quebec: Montreal metropolitan area

  • Overlain onto 514 in 2006.

439: not used

440: Ohio (surrounding Cleveland on three sides, including: Elyria, Lorain, Oberlin, Ashtabula, and most of north-central Ohio)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 216.

441: Bermuda (all)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 809.

442: California

  • Overlain onto 760 in 2009.

443: Maryland

  • Overlain onto 410 in 1997, mostly for the use of cellular telephones

444: not used

445 was formerly assigned to overlay 215 and 267 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), but this number is no longer assigned for any location.

446: not used

447: Illinois

  • Proposed overlay onto 217.

448–449: not used

450: Quebec (central southern Quebec including the city of Laval and other suburbs of Montreal but excluding the City of Montreal)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 514.
  • Overlain by 579 in 2010.

451–455: not used

456: Inbound international calls for carrier-specific services

457: not used

458: Oregon (Eugene, Medford, Bend, Pendleton, Corvallis, Ontario, Burns, and all of Oregon except the metropolitan region of northwestern Oregon)

  • Overlain on 541 in 2010.

459–463: not used

464: Illinois

  • Proposed overlay for 708.

465–468: not used

469: Texas

  • Overlain on 214 and 972 in 1999.

470: Georgia: An overlay onto Area code 404, area code 678, and Area code 770

  • Activated in 2010.[5]

471–472: not used

473: Grenada (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: GRE or GRD

474: not used.

475: Connecticut

  • Overlain onto 203 in 2009.

476–477: not used

478: Georgia (Macon, Warner Robins, Swainsboro, Milledgeville, Perry, and part of central Georgia)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 912.

479: Arkansas (Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Rogers, and most of northwestern Arkansas)

  • Created in 2002 by split from 501.

480: Arizona (Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, and the eastern Phoenix metropolitan area)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 602.

481–483: not used

484: Pennsylvania

  • Overlain on 610 in 1999.

485–489: not used

500

500: Personal Communications Services

501: Arkansas (Little Rock, Hot Springs, and much of central Arkansas, but not Pine Bluff.)

  • Originally covered all of Arkansas; split to create 870 (1997) and 479 (2002).

502: Kentucky (Louisiville, Frankfort, Shelbyville, Bardstown, and most of north-central Kentucky)

  • Originally covered all of Kentucky; split to create 606 in 1954 and 270 in 1999.

503: Oregon (Portland, Salem, Hillsboro, St. Helens, Tillamook, Astoria and most of northwestern Oregon)

  • Originally covered all of Oregon; split in 1995 to create 541.
  • Partially overlaid by 971 in 2000, excluding Clatsop County and Tillamook County. Complete overlay implemented in 2008.

504: Louisiana: New Orleans metropolitan area

  • Originally covered all of Louisiana; split to create 318 (1957), 225 (1998) and 985 (2001). New Orleans and Baton Rouge are no longer in the same area code.

505: New Mexico: (Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Farmington, Gallup, and all of northwestern New Mexico, and part of central New Mexico).

  • Originally covered all of New Mexico; split in 2007 to create 575.

506: New Brunswick

  • Created in 1955 by split from 902.
  • Split in 1962 to create 709.

507: Minnesota (Rochester, Mankato, and most of southern Minnesota)

  • Created in 1954 by split from 612.

508: Massachusetts (Worcester, New Bedford, Fall River, Cape Cod, and most of southeastern Massachusetts)

  • Created in 1988 by split from 617.
  • Split in 1997 to create 978.
  • Overlain by 774 in 2001.

509: State of Washington (all of eastern Washington, including Spokane, Ellensburg, Pullman, the Tri-Cities area, Walla Walla, Wenatchee, and Yakima.)

  • Created in 1957 by split from 206.

510: California (Oakland, Fremont, Hayward, Richmond, Berkeley and Alameda)

  • Created in 1991 by split from 415.
  • Split in 1998 to create 925.

511: Used as a state or local transportation or transit information hub. Otherwise used to direct local police non-emergency services in some communities.

512: Texas (Austin, San Marcos, and parts of central Texas)

  • Split to create 210 (1992) and 361 (1999).

513: Ohio (Cincinnati, Middletown, Hamilton, Lebanon, and parts of southern and southwestern Ohio. This area code formerly also included Dayton.)

  • Split in 1996 to create 937.
  • The proposed overlay with area code 283 has been postponed.

514: Province of Quebec: the entire Island of Montreal, Île Perrot, and Île Bizard

  • Split to create 819 (1957) and 450 (1998).
  • Overlain by 438 in 2006.

515: Iowa (Des Moines, Ames, Fort Dodge, Jefferson, Indianola and most of north-central Iowa)

  • Split in 2000 to create 641.

516: New York State (Nassau County, Hempstead, Long Beach, Great Neck, etc.)

  • Created in 1951 by split from 914.
  • Split in 1999 to create 631.

517: Michigan (Lansing, Jackson, Charlotte, Deerfield, Addison, and most of south-central Michigan)

  • Split in 2000 to create 989.

518: New York State (Albany, Schenectady, Plattsburgh, Saranac Lake, Lake George, Westport, and most of northeastern New York State)

519: Province of Ontario (London, Windsor, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and most of southwestern Ontario)

  • Created in 1953 from parts of 416 and 613.
  • Split in 1957 to create part of 705.
  • Overlain by 226 in 2006.

520: Arizona (Tucson, Nogales, Fort Huachuca, and most of southeastern Arizona)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 602.
  • Split in 2001 to create 928.

521: not used

522: Reserved for Personal Communications Services

523–529: not used

530: California (Redding, Auburn, Chico, Davis, Lake Tahoe, Placerville, Susanville, Truckee, Yreka, and most of northeastern California)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 916.

531: Nebraska (Omaha, Lincoln, Norfolk, Superior, and most of eastern Nebraska)

  • Overlain on 402 in 2011.

532: not used

533: Personal Communications Services

534: Wisconsin—an overlay for 715

535 – 538: not used

539: Oklahoma (Tulsa, Bartlesville, McAlester, Muskogee, Henryetta and northeastern Oklahoma)

  • Overlain on 918 in 2011.

540: Virginia (Fredericksburg, Roanoke, Blacksburg, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Staunton, Winchester, and parts of north-central Virginia)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 703.
  • Split in 2001 to create 276.

541: Oregon (Eugene, Bend, Corvallis, Medford, Pendleton, and all of Oregon except metropolitan northwestern Oregon, including Portland, Salem, Astoria, etc.)

  • Created in 1995 by split from 503.
  • Overlain in 2010 by 458.

542–543: not used

544: Personal Communications Services

545–550: not used

551: New Jersey

  • Overlain onto 201 in 2001.

552–554: not used

555: Reserved for directory assistance applications.

  • This is not the same as the 555 exchange, which is used for long-distance directory assistance or for fictitious purposes, such as on TV and in films.

556: not used

557: Missouri—planned overlay for 314

558: not used

559: California (Fresno, Hanford (Calif.), Madera, Tulare, Visalia, and parts of the Central Valley of California.

  • Created in 1998 by split from 209.

560: not used

561: Florida (Palm Beach County, including Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, etc.)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 407.
  • Split to create 772.

562: California (Long Beach, Whittier, Norwalk, La Habra, Lakewood, Pico Rivera, and most of southeastern Los Angeles County)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 310.

563: Iowa (Davenport, Dubuque, Clinton, Bettendorf, and most of eastern and northeastern Iowa)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 319.

564: State of Washington (Western Washington)—a proposed overlay area code for 206, 253, 360 and 425

565: not used

566: Reserved for Personal Communications Services

567: Ohio

  • Overlain on 419 in 2002.

568–569: not used

570: Pennsylvania (Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Bloomsburg, Danville, Nanticoke, Williamsport, and most of northeastern Pennsylvania)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 717.

571: Virginia

  • Overlain on 703 in 2000.

572: not used

573: Missouri (Columbia, Jefferson City, Hannibal, Cape Girardeau, Farmington, Lake of the Ozarks, Poplar Bluff, and most of eastern Missouri excluding St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 314.

574: Indiana (South Bend, Elkhart, Goshen, and most of north-central Indiana)

  • Created in 2002 by split from 219.

575: New Mexico (Las Cruces, Roswell, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Socorro, Taos, Truth or Consequences, and all areas of this state outside of central and northwestern New Mexico)

  • Created in 2007 by split from 505.

576: not used

577: Reserved for Personal Communications Services

578: not used

579: Province of Quebec (central southern Quebec including the city of Laval and other suburbs of Montreal but excluding the City of Montreal)

  • Overlain on 450 in 2010.

580: Oklahoma (Ponca City, Ardmore, Enid, Lawton, Elk City, and most of southern and western Oklahoma)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 405.

581: Province of Quebec

  • Overlain on 418 in 2008.

582: Pennsylvania—Relief of 814, effective 2012; currently proposed as a split including northwestern Pennsylvania around Erie

583–584: not used

585: New York State (Rochester, Batavia, and much of western New York State)

  • Created in 2002 by split from 716.

586: Michigan (Warren, Sterling Heights, and Macomb County)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 810.

587: Alberta

  • Overlain on 403 and 780 in 2008.

588: Reserved for Personal Communications Services

589: not used

600

600: Special telecommunications needs in Canada

601: Mississippi (Jackson, Hattiesburg, Meridian, Natchez, Vicksburg, and most of central Mississippi)

  • Originally covered all of Mississippi; split to create 228 (1997) and 662 (1999).
  • Overlain by 769 in 2005.

602: Arizona: Downtown Phoenix only

  • Originally covered all of Arizona; split to create 520 (1995), 480 and 623 (1999).

603: New Hampshire (all)

604: British Columbia (Greater Vancouver Regional District, Whistler, and remaining portion of 604 not part of overlay complex).

  • Originally covered all of British Columbia; split in 1996 to create 250.
  • Partly overlain by 778 in 2001; the overlay was extended to all of 604 as well as 250 in 2008.

605: South Dakota (all)

606: Kentucky (Ashland, Hazard, Somerset, London, Corbin, Maysville, and much of eastern Kentucky)

  • Created in 1954 by split from 502.
  • Split in 2000 to create 859.

607: New York State (Binghamton, Elmira, Cornell, Norwich, Ithaca, and most of south-central New York)

  • Created in 1954 from parts of 315 and 716.

608: Wisconsin (Madison, La Crosse, Platteville, Beloit, and most of southwestern Wisconsin)

  • Created in 1955 from parts of 414 and 715.

609: New Jersey (Trenton, Atlantic City, Princeton, and most of central & southeastern New Jersey)

  • Created in 1958 by split from 201.
  • Split in 1999 to create 856.

610: Pennsylvania (Allentown, Reading, Norristown, Chester and southeastern Pennsylvania)

  • Created in 1994 by split from 215.
  • Overlain by 484 (1999).

611: Repair service for land-line telephones; customer service for most wireless carriers

612: Minnesota (Minneapolis, Bloomington, Fort Snelling, St. Anthony, and Richfield)

  • Split in 1954 to create 507.
  • Split to create 320 (1996), 651 (1998), 763 and 952 (2000).

613: Province of Ontario (Ottawa and eastern Ontario)

  • Split to create part of 519 (1953)
  • Split to create part of 705 (1957)
  • Overlain by 343 in 2010.

614: Ohio Columbus and Franklin County

  • Split in 1997 to create 740.

615: Tennessee (Nashville, Cookeville, Lebanon, Murfreesboro, Sparta, Smyrna, Springfield, and most of Middle Tennessee)

  • Created in 1954 by split from 901.
  • Split to create 423 (1995) and 931 (1997).

616: Michigan (Grand Rapids, Greenville, Holland, Ionia, Zeeland, and most of southwestern Michigan)

  • Split to create 906 in 1961; 231 in 1999, and 269 in 2002.

617: Massachusetts (Boston, Cambridge, Quincy, Newton, Everett, and the nearby suburbs)

  • Split to create 508 (1988) and 781 (1997).
  • Overlain by 857 in 2001.

618: Illinois (Carbondale, Alton, Belleville, Cahokia, Centralia, Edwardsville, Marion, Metropolis, Vandalia, and most of southern Illinois)

619: California (southern half of San Diego, California city, and southern and eastern suburbs including Chula Vista, National City, El Cajon, La Mesa, Lemon Grove.

  • Created in 1982 by split from 714.
  • Split to create 760 (1997) and 858 (1999).

620: Kansas (southern Kansas not including the Wichita Metropolitan Area and Hutchison.)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 316.

621–622: not used

623: Arizona (part of Maricopa County, including Glendale, Buckeye, Goodyear, Peoria, Sun City, and the western half of Phoenix)

  • Created in 1999 by three-way split from 602 (along with 480).

624–625: not used

626: California (Pasadena, Arcadia, Clermont, Covina, El Monte, La Cañada-Flintridge, La Puente, Monrovia, the San Gabriel Valley, Upland, and West Covina)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 818.

627 is assigned for numbering relief to Area code 707 (the northern California coast), but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

628 is assigned for numbering relief to Area code 415 (San Francisco, but no date has been scheduled for this to be implemented.

629: not used

630: Illinois (Aurora, Naperville, Oswego, and other suburbs west of Chicago.

  • Created in 1996 by split from 708.
  • Overlain by 331 in 2007.

631: New York State (Suffolk County on Long Island)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 516.

632–635: not used

636: Missouri (St. Charles, Chesterfield, Union, Troy, and parts of east-central Missouri)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 314.

637–638: not used

639: Overlay code assigned for numbering relief to 306 in Saskatchewan, starting May, 2013.[3]

640: not used

641: Iowa (Mason City, Oskaloosa, Creston, Pella, Ottumwa, Britt, Clear Lake, Fairfield, and parts of central Iowa)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 515.

642–645: not used

646: New York State (Borough of Manhattan, except for Marble Hill on the mainland of New York)

  • Overlain on 212 and 917 in 1999.
  • Mnemonic: MHN

647: Province of Ontario

  • Overlain on 416 in 2001.

648: not used

649: the Turks and Caicos Islands (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.

650: California (Palo Alto, Redwood City, Menlo Park, Mountain View, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Stanford, South San Francisco)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 415.

651: Minnesota (St. Paul, Lindstrom, Red Wing, Hastings, and part of east-central Minnesota)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 612.

652–656: not used

657: California

  • Overlain on 714 in 2008.

658: not in current use. Listed for Jamaica, but no date is scheduled for this to go into effect.

659 is assigned for numbering relief to 205 (Alabama) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

660: Missouri (Sedalia, Kirksville, Maryville, Mexico, Whiteman Air Force Base, and part of north-central Missouri)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 816.

661: California (Bakersfield, Lancaster, Palmdale, Edwards Air Force Base, and parts of Kern County, and Los Angeles County.

  • Created in 1999 by split from 805.

662: Mississippi (Tupelo, Columbus, Corinth, Greenville, Greenwood, Starkville, and most of northern Mississippi)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 601.

663: not used

664: Montserrat (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: MOI

665–666: not used

667 is an overlay code for 410 and 443 (Maryland) goes into effect in March 2012.

668: not used

669 is assigned for numbering relief to 408 (Calif.) but no date has been scheduled for this to be implemented.

670: Northern Mariana Islands: the former country code for this present Commonwealth of the United States that includes Saipan, Tinian, and Rota.)

671: Guam: the former country code for this possession and unorganized territory of the United States that includes Andersen Air Force Base.

672: British Columbia is assigned for numbering relief to 236 (British Columbia)[6] but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

673–677: not used

678: Georgia

  • Overlain on 404 and 770 in 1998.
  • Overlain by 470 in 2010.

679 is assigned for numbering relief to 313 (Michigan) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

680: not used

681: West Virginia

  • Overlain on 304 in 2009.

682: Texas

  • Overlain on 817 in 2000.

683: not used

684: American Samoa (the former country code for this possession and unorganized territory of the United States)

685–688: not used

689 is assigned for numbering relief to Area code 407 (Florida) but no date has been scheduled for this to be implemented.

700

700: Long Distance carrier use for pre-subscribing phone numbers, 1-700-555-4141 most often gives a recorded message indicating the default carrier on a line.

701: North Dakota (all)

702: Nevada (almost all of Clark County, including all of the Las Vegas Valley, including Henderson and Boulder City)

  • Originally covered all of Nevada; split in 1998 to create 775.

703: Virginia (Northern Virginia: mostly the suburbs of Washington, D.C., including Alexandria, Arlington County, Fairfax County, Prince William County, and eastern Loudoun County.

  • Originally covered all of Virginia; split to create 804 in 1973 and 540 in 1995.
  • Overlain by 571 in 2000.

704: North Carolina (Charlotte, Concord, Gastonia, Salisbury, and much of south-central North Carolina)

  • Originally covered all of North Carolina; split to create 919 in 1954 and 828 in 1998.
  • Overlain by 980 in 2001.

705: Ontario: (Northeastern Ontario and Central Ontario: Greater Sudbury, Sault Ste. Marie, North Bay, etc.)

  • Created in 1957 from parts of 519 and 613.
  • Split in 1962 to create 807.
  • Overlain by 249 in 2011.

706: Georgia (Augusta, Columbus, Carrollton, Carroll County, Cartersville, Dalton, Rome, and much of northern and west-central Georgia)

  • Created in 1992 by split from 404.
  • Overlain by 762.

707: California (Vallejo, Crescent City, Eureka, Redwoods National Park, Santa Rosa, Ukiah, and most of northwestern California)

  • Created in 1959 by split from 415.

708: Illinois (Berywn, Chicago Heights, Cicero, Elmwood Park, Evergreen Park, Oak Forest, Oak Park, Skokie, Tinley Park, West Chicago, Wheaton, and other southern and inner-western suburbs of Chicago.

  • Created in 1989 by split from 312.
  • Split twice in 1996 to create 847 and 630.

709: Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Created in 1962 by split from 506.

710: U.S. Government Special Services

711: Telecommunications device for the deaf/Relay Service for TTY to Voice and Voice to TTY

712: Iowa (Sioux City, Council Bluffs, Denison, and most of western Iowa). This is one of the original area codes of the U.S. that has gone unchanged and undivided. This is because for some reason, Iowa was given three area codes to begin with back in 1948, even though it did not need that many.

713: Texas (Houston area)—overlays with 281 and 832

  • Split to create 409 (1983) and 281 (1996); 713 and 281 were later un-split to become an overlay, and further overlain by 832 in 1999.

714: California: Orange County: Anaheim, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Newport Beach, Orange, Santa Ana, etc.)

  • Created in 1951 by splitting off from 213, when it did include San Diego County and several other counties.
  • Repeatedly split to create 619 in 1982; 909 in 1992; and 949 in 1998.
  • Overlain by 657 in 2008.

715: Wisconsin (Wausau, Eau Claire, Rhinelander, and most of northern Wisconsin)

  • Split in 1955 to create part of 608.
  • Overlain by 534 in 2010.

716: New York State (Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Olean, and parts of western New York)

  • Split in 1954 to create part of 607.
  • Split in 2002 to create 585.

717: Pennsylvania (Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Lancaster, York and most of south-central Pennsylvania)

  • Split in 1998 to create 570.

718: New York State (New York City except for Manhattan, but this area code includes Marble Hill, a neighborhood of the Borough of Manhattan located on the mainland.

  • Created in 1984 by splitting it off from 212.
  • Overlain by 347, 917 and 929.

719: Colorado (Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Florence, Leadville, Limon, Trinidad, La Junta, and most of southeastern Colorado)

  • Created in 1988 by being split off from 303.

720: Colorado

  • Overlain on 303 in 1998.

721: Sint Maarten

  • Joined the NANP on September 30, 2011; previously +599.[7]

722–723: not used

724: Pennsylvania (Washington, Pa., Indiana, Pa., New Castle, Uniontown, and most of southwestern Pennsylvania)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 412.
  • Overlain by 878 in 2001.

725–726: not used

727: Florida (all of Pinellas County including St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Dunedin, Palm Harbor, Tarpon Springs, and the coastal parts of Pasco County)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 813.

728–729: not used

730: Illinois—proposed overlay of 618

731: Tennessee (most of West Tennesseeexcluding Metropolitan Memphis and Shelby County (area code 901)—but including Dyersburg, Jackson, Martin, Paris, Union City, and Crockett County)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 901.

732: New Jersey (New Brunswick, Lakewood, Neptune, Fort Dix, and most of east-central New Jersey—but not Atlantic City)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 908.
  • Overlain by 848 in 2001.
  • Mnemonic: SEA

733: not used

734: Michigan (Ann Arbor, Hell, Monroe, Plymouth, Romulus, Wayne, Ypsilanti, and the southwestern suburbs of Detroit)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 313.

735–736: not used

737 is assigned for numbering relief to 512 (Texas) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

738–739: not used

740: Ohio (Suburban Columbus, central Ohio outside of Franklin County, excluding the Marysville area, together with southeastern Ohio: Athens, Lancaster, Cambridge, Delaware, Marietta, Mt. Vernon, Newark, Portsmouth, Steubenville, Washington Court House, and Zanesville)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 614.

741: not used

742: Reserved as a future area code in the 289/905 region of Ontario, Canada (proposed to be overlain by 365 in 2013).[8]

743–746: not used

747: California (Los Angeles County, San Fernando Valley): an overlay onto 818, effective on May 18, 2009.

748–753: not used

754: Florida an overlay onto 954

755–756: not used

757: Virginia (Part of Hampton Roads and the Eastern Shore of Virginia)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 804.

758: Saint Lucia (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: SLU

759: not used

760: California (Bishop, Ridgecrest, Barstow—eastern portions of San Bernardino County and Riverside County, including Palm Springs, Palm Desert, and Indio—Imperial County, and parts of northern and eastern San Diego County, including Oceanside and other northern suburbs of San Diego, California.) In summary: most of the desert and mountain portions of southeastern California.

  • Created in 1997 by split from 619. This was the first part of North America to have its code changed three times: from 213 to 714 in 1951), to 619 in 1982, and to 760 in 1997.
  • Overlain by 442 in 2009.

761: Currently reserved for Palm Beach County, FL

762: Georgia: an overlay of 706

763: Minnesota (Maple Grove, Monticello, Elk River, Fridley, Blaine, and the northwestern area of Minneapolis)

  • Created in 2000 (along with 952) by three-way split from 612.

764 is assigned for numbering relief to 650 (western San Francisco Bay, including Contra Costa County) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

765: Indiana (Lafayette, Marion, Muncie, Richmond, West Lafayette, and most of central Indiana excluding Indianapolis)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 317.

766: not used

767: Commonwealth of Dominica (all)—split from 809

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: ROS

768: not used

769: Mississippi

  • Overlain onto 601 in 2005.

770: Georgia (Marietta, Carrollton, Gainesville, Jonesboro, Lawrenceville, Roswell, Stone Mountain, and much of north-central Georgia outside of Atlanta's Interstate 285 Perimeter Highway). Area code 770 is shaped like a donut, with Atlanta, Chamblee, Decatur, and Tucker's 404 in its hole.

  • Created in 1995 by split from 404.
  • Overlain by 678 in 1998.

771: not used

772: Florida (Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Sebastian, Stuart, and Vero Beach, and all of Indian River County and Martin County)

  • Created by splitting it off from 561.

773: Illinois (City of Chicago, excluding downtown)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 312.
  • Overlain in 2009 by 872.

774: Massachusetts

  • Overlain on 508 in 2001.

775: Nevada (Carson City, Reno, Elko, Ely, Sparks, Winnemucca, Great Basin National Park, Naval Air Station Fallon, and all of Nevada except for most of Clark County in southernmost Nevada)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 702.

776–777: not used

778: British Columbia (all)

  • Created in 2001 as concentrated overlay of 604; extended in 2008 to cover all of 604 and 250

779: Illinois

  • Overlain on 815 in 2007.

780: Alberta (Edmonton, Jasper, Grande Prairie, Peace River, and all of northern Alberta). This area code overlays onto 587 and also 403 in southern Alberta.

  • Created in 1999 by split from 403.

781: Massachusetts (Saugus, Norwood, Waltham Woburn, and other suburbs of Boston along Route 128)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 617.
  • Overlain by 339 in 2001.

782–783: not used

784: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (all). Was split from 809

  • Created in 1998 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: SVG or SVI

785: Kansas (Topeka, Salina, Colby, Lawrence, Manhattan, and all of northern and central Kansas not including the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.

  • Created in 1997 by spliting it from 913.

786: Florida (Miami-Dade County and the Florida Keys)

  • Overlain on 305 only in Miami-Dade County in 1998. Overlay extended to the Keys in 2008.
  • Mnemonic: SUN

787: Puerto Rico

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.
  • Overlain by 939 in 2001.
  • Mnemonic: PUR or PTR

788–789: not used

800

800: Toll-free telephone service (see also 822, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 880 through 882, 888)

801: Utah (in the Wasatch Front)

  • Originally covered all of Utah; split in 1997 to create 435.
  • Overlain by 385 in 2009.

802: Vermont (all)

803: South Carolina (Columbia, Rock Hill, Sumter, Aiken, and most of central South Carolina)

  • Originally covered all of South Carolina; split twice to create 864 (1995) and 843 (1998).

804: Virginia (the Richmond Metropolitan Area, including Petersburg; also the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula)

  • Created in 1973 by split from 703.
  • Split to create 757 (1996) and 434 (2001).

805: California (Ventura County, San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Atascadero, Lompoc, Ojai**, Oxnard, Pismo Beach, San Buenaventura, Santa Maria, the Simi Valley, and Vandenberg Air Force Base.

  • Created in 1957 by split from 213.
  • Split in 1999 to create 661.

806: Texas (Lubbock, Amarillo, Canadian, Canyon, Dalhart, and the entire Texas Panhandle)

  • Created in 1957 from parts of 817 and 915.

807: Province of Ontario (Northwestern Ontario: Thunder Bay, Kenora, Dryden, Greenstone)

  • Created in 1962 by split from 705.

808: Hawaii (all of it)

809: Dominican Republic.

810: Michigan (Port Huron, Flint, Lapeer, and Michigan "Thumb")

  • Created in 1993 by split from 313.
  • Split to create 248 (1997) and 586.

811: Mobile customer service on some North American cellular carriers, also used as a 9-1-1 like emergency number to handle distress calls in much of Jamaica. This code now has separate mandated usages in the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S., the FCC adopted it as the local underground utility assistance service in 2007. In Canada, the CRTC reserved it for non-urgent telehealth services in 2005, though not all provinces and territories have yet adopted it.

812: Indiana (Southern Indiana, including Bloomington, Evansville, Terre Haute, Columbus, Jeffersonville, Lawrenceburg, Madison, and New Albany.

813: Florida (all of Hillsborough County, including Tampa and its suburbs, MacDill Air Force Base, and Plant City; and also the inland areas of Pasco County)

  • Created in 1953 by splitting it off from 305 to give Florida more than one area code.
  • Split and resplit to create 941 in 1995) and 727 in 1998.

814: Pennsylvania (Erie, State College, Altoona, Clearfield, Emporium, Johnsonburg, Johnstown, Meyersdale, Ridgway, Somerset, and most of northwestern and parts of central Pennsylvania)

815: Illinois (Rockford, La Salle, DeKalb, and much of northern Illinois, including western Chicago suburbs such as Joliet, Plainfield, and Crystal Lake)

  • Split in 1957 to create part of 309.
  • Overlain by 779 on March 17, 2007.

816: Missouri (Kansas City, St Joseph, Independence, Harrisonville, and parts of west-central Missouri)

  • Split in 1950 to create part of 417.
  • Split again in 1997 to create 660.

817: Texas (Fort Worth, Arlington, Grand Prairie, Grandview, Weatherford)

  • Created in 1953 from parts of 214 and 915.
  • Split in 1957 to create part of 806.
  • Three-way split in 1997 created the new 254 and 940.
  • Overlain by 682 in 2000.

818: California: the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, including Burbank, Canoga Park, Encino, Glendale, North Hollywood, Northridge, Panorama City, Reseda, San Fernando, Sylmar, Tarzana, Van Nuys, and Woodland Hills.)

  • Created in 1984 by split from 213.
  • Split in 1997 to create 626.
  • Overlain by 747 in 2009.

819: Province of Quebec (Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Estrie, Mauricie, Outaouais, Sherbrooke, and Trois-Rivieres.)

  • Created in 1957 by splitting it off from 514.
  • Split in 1997 to form part of 867.

820–821: not used

822: reserved for future toll-free expansion (see also 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

823–824: not used

825: reserved for future usage in Alberta.

826–827: not used

828: North Carolina (Asheville, Franklin, Hickory, Murphy, Waynesville, and parts of western North Carolina)

  • Created in 1998 by splitting it off from 704.

829: the Dominican Republic.

  • Overlain on 809 in 2005.

830: Texas (Del Rio, Kerrville, Eagle Pass, Fredericksburg, New Braunfels, and part of the Rio Grande Valley)

  • Created in 1997 by splitting it off from 210.

831: California (Monterey, Salinas, Monterey County, Hollister, and Santa Cruz)

  • Created in 1998 by splitting it off from 408.

832: Texas

  • Overlain on 713 and 281 in 1999.

833: reserved for future toll-free expansion (see also 800, 822, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

834: not used

835 was to be an overlay for 610 and 484 (Pennsylvania), but was canceled in 2008.

836–842: not used

843: South Carolina (Charleston, Florence, Hilton Head Island, Myrtle Beach, Charleston Air Force Base, and most of southeastern South Carolina)

  • Created in 1998 by splitting it from 803.

844: reserved for future toll-free expansion (see also 800, 822, 833, 855, 866, 877, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

845: New York State (Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, and Ulster Counties in southeastern New York State. Includes: Poughkeepsie, Middletown, Kingston, West Point, Newburgh, and the Catskill Mountains west to Margaretville)

  • Created in 2000 by splitting it off from 914.

846: not used

847: Illinois (Arlington Heights, Buffalo Grove, Des Plaines, Skokie, Waukegon, etc., near Chicago

  • Created in 1996 by split from 708.
  • Overlain by 224 in 1998.

848: New Jersey

  • Overlain on 732 in 2001.

849: the Dominican Republic

  • Overlain on 809 and 829 in 2009

850: northwestern Florida (Appalachicola, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Quincy, Panama City, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Eglin Air Force Base, and all of the Florida Panhandle)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 904.

851–854: not used

855: Toll-free telephone service (see also 800, 822, 833, 844, 866, 877, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

856: New Jersey (Cherry Hill, Camden, Millville, Vineland, and most of southwestern New Jersey)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 609.

857: Massachusetts (Boston, Cambridge, Quincy, Newton, Everett, and the nearby suburbs)

  • Overlain on 617 in 2001.

858: Southern California: the northern half of San Diego, California city and some northern suburbs)

  • Created in 1999 by splitting it off from 619.

859: Kentucky (Lexington, Richmond, Danville, Covington, Florence, and northernmost Kentucky)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 606.
  • Mnemonic: UKY—the University of Kentucky is located in Lexington, the largest city served by this code.

860: Connecticut (Hartford, Bristol, Norwich, and northern and eastern Connecticut)

  • Created in 1995 by splitting it off from 203.
  • To be overlain by 959 in or about 2011.

861: not used

862: New Jersey

  • Overlain on 973 in 2001.

863: Florida (Lakeland, Bartow, Sebring, Winter Haven in south-central Florida)

  • Created in 1999 by split from 941.

864: South Carolina (Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Clemson, and most of northwestern South Carolina)

  • Created in 1995 by splitting it off from 803.

865: Tennessee (Knoxville, Alcoa, Athens, Clinton, Crossville, Dayton, Gatlinburg, Loudon, Maryville, Newport, Oak Ridge, Oliver Springs, Pigeon Forge, Rockwood, Sweetwater, etc., in East Tennessee)

866: Toll-free telephone service (see also 800, 822, 833, 844, 855, 877, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

867: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut

  • Created in 1997 from parts of 403 and 819.
  • Mnemonics: TOP of the world. 1867 was the year of Canada's confederation (formation) (long-distance calls to the 867 area code must begin 1-867).

868: Trinidad and Tobago (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.
  • Mnemonic: TNT

869: Saint Kitts and Nevis (all)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 809.

870: Arkansas (Texarkana, Jonesboro, Pine Bluff, and southern, eastern, and northeastern Arkansas)

  • Created in 1997 by being split off from 501.
  • To be overlain by 327 in 2013.

871: not used

872: Illinois—overlay for 312 and 773, entered service on November 7, 2009[9]

873: Province of Quebec—overlay of 819, will enter service June 1, 2013[10]

874–875: not used

876: Jamaica (all)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 809.

877: Toll-free telephone service (see also 800, 822, 833, 844, 855, 866, 888, and 880–882 in this list)

878: Pennsylvania

879: not used

880–882: Codes 880 through 882 were previously used to allow international customers to access toll-free numbers they otherwise could not by paying the international portion of the toll. 880 was paired with 800, 881 with 888, and 882 with 877.[11] As of 2008, they were reserved for toll-free area codes, but were not yet in use.

883–887: not used

888: Toll-free telephone service (see also 800, 822, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, and 880–882 in this list)

889: not used

900

900: premium-rate telephone numbers

901: Tennessee (Memphis, Covington, Gremantown, Somerville, and extreme southwestern Tennessee, mostly in Shelby County).

  • Originally covered all of Tennessee; split to create 615 (1954) and 731 (2001).

902: Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island

  • Originally also covered New Brunswick; split in 1955 to create 506.

903: Texas (Tyler, Sherman, Longview, Marshall, Palestine, Jacksonville, Carthage, and Northeast Texas)

  • Created in 1990 by split from 214.
  • Overlain by 430 in 2003.

904:Florida (Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Starke, and most of northeastern Florida)

  • Created in 1965 by split from 305.
  • Split to create 352 (1995) and 850 (1997).

905: Province of Ontario (Niagara Falls Region, Hamilton, St. Catharines, suburbs of the Greater Toronto Area, and southeastern Ontario)

  • Created in 1993 by splitting it off from 416.
  • Overlain by 289 in 2001.
  • Overlain by 365 by 2013.

906: Michigan: Upper Peninsula of Michigan: (Sault Ste. Marie, Escanaba, Houghton, Iron Mountain, Marquette, Menominee, etc.

  • Created in 1961 by split from 616.

907: all of Alaska excluding the lone town of Hyder

908: New Jersey (Alpha, Washington, Elizabeth, Warren, Plainfield, and west-central New Jersey)

  • Created in 1991 by splitting it from 201.
  • Split in 1997 to create 732.

909: California (western portions of San Bernardino County, and parts of Los Angeles County and Riverside County, including Fontana, Pomona, Chino Hills, Claremont, Chino, Ontario, Redlands) Pomona is in Los Angeles County, and it is the home of the county fair.

  • Created in 1992 by split from 714.
  • Split in 2004 to create 951.

910: North Carolina (Fayetteville, Wilmington, Fort Bragg, Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Jacksonville, Lumberton and much of southeastern North Carolina)

  • Created in 1993 by splitting it off from 919.
  • Split in 1997 to create 336.

911: Emergency Services

912: Georgia (Savannah, Statesboro, Vidalia, Waycross, Brunswick, Douglas, and southeastern Georgia)

  • Created in 1954 by split from 404 to give Georgia two area codes.
  • Split in 2000 to create 229 and 478.

913: Kansas (Kansas City, Kansas, Overland Park, Leavenworth, Ft. Leavenworth, parts of eastern Kansas)

  • Split in 1997 to create 785.

914: New York State (Westchester County)

  • Split to create 516 in 1951 and 845 in the year 2000.

915: Texas (all of El Paso County and portions of Hudspeth County)

  • Split to create part of 817 in 1953 and part of 806 in 1957.
  • Split in 2003 to create 325 and 432.

916: California (the Sacramento Metropolitan Area)

  • Originally covered about one-third of California. It was split in 1958 to create 209 and in 1997 to create 530.

917: New York State (New York City; cellular telephones)

  • Overlain on 212 and 718 in 1992.

918: Oklahoma (Tulsa, Bartlesville, McAlester, Muskogee, Henryetta and northeastern Oklahoma)

  • Created in 1953 by split from 405, and to give Oklahoma two area codes, one centered on Oklahoma City and the other centered on Tulsa
  • Overlain by 539 in 2011.

919: North Carolina (Raleigh, the state capital city, Durham, Chapel Hill, Goldsboro, and part of north-central North Carolina)

  • Created in 1954 by splitting it from 704 to give North Carolina two area codes.
  • Split in 1998 to create 252.

920: Wisconsin (Appleton, Sheboygan, Oshkosh, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marquette, Fond du Lac, and parts of eastern Wisconsin—but not Milwaukee County)

  • Created in 1997 by splitting it off from 414.
  • To be overlain by 274 in 2010.

921–924: not used, yet

925: California (Livermore, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Walnut Creek, Martinez, Pleasanton and Dublin, just east of San Francisco Bay. Much of this area is served by the Bay Area Rapid Transit system, including Concord.)

  • Created in 1998 by splitting it off from 510.

926–927: not used, yet

928: Arizona (Flagstaff, Kingman, Lake Havasu City, Page, Payson, Prescott, Tuba City, Williams, Winslow, Window Rock, Yuma, and most of northern and western Arizona, including the Grand Canyon National Park, the Lower Colorado River Valley, and the Navajo Nation)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 520.

929: New York

  • Overlain on 347, 718 and part of 917 in 2011.

930: not used

931: Tennessee (Middle Tennessee, excluding the Nashville Metropolitan Area, which is in 615: Clarksville, Manchester, Columbia, Cookeville, Sparta)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 615.

932–934: not used

935 is assigned for numbering relief to 619 (San Diego, but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

936: Texas (Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Conroe, Huntsville, Center, and Southeast Texas)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 409.

937: Ohio (Dayton, Marysville, Springfield, Hillsboro, and southwestern Ohio excluding the Cincinnati Metropolitan Area)

  • Created in 1996 by split from 513.

938: Alabama (Huntsville, Anniston, Cullman, Decatur, Florence, Ft. Payne, Gadsden, Madison, Sheffield, Tuscumbia)

  • Overlain on 256 in 2010.

939: Puerto Rico

  • Overlain on 787 in 2001.

940: Texas (Denton, Wichita Falls, Decatur, Gainesville, Vernon, etc.) This is Texas immediately north of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex

  • Created in 1997 by split from 817.

941: Florida (Gulf Coast immediately south of Tampa Bay: all of Manatee County, Sarasota County, and Charlotte County; includes Bradenton, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, and Punta Gorda.

  • Created in 1995 by split from 813.
  • Split in 1999 to create 863.

942–946: not used

947: Michigan

  • Overlain on 248 in 2002.

948: not used

949: California (Irvine, Lake Forest, California, Newport Beach, Corona del Mar, and part of southern Orange County)

  • Created in 1998 by split from 714.

950: Used internally for carrier access

951: California (western Riverside County, including Riverside, Corona, Lake Elsinore, Mira Loma, Moreno Valley, Sun City, Temecula, Winchester, Lakeview, etc.)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 909.

952: Minnesota (Bloomington, Minnetonka, Chaska, and the southwestern Minneapolis area)

  • Created in 2000 (along with 763) by three-way split from 612.

953: not used

954: Florida (all of Broward County: Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Coral Springs, etc.)

  • Created in 1995 by splitting it from 305.
  • Overlain by 754 in 2002.

955: not used

956: Texas (Laredo, Harlingen, Brownsville, McAllen, and southmost Texas)

  • Created in 1997 by splitting it from 210.

957–958: not used

959: Connecticut

  • Planned to be overlaid on 860 in or after 2011.

960–969: not used (96x block reserved in case consecutive numbers are ever needed)

970: Colorado (Grand Junction, Aspen, Durango, Estes Park, Fort Collins, Frisco, Glenwood Springs, Greeley, Purgatory, Steamboat Springs, Telluride, Vail, Rocky Mountain National Park, Dinosaur National Monument, and most of north-central, south-central, and western Colorado)

  • Created in 1995 by splitting it off from 303.

971: Oregon (Portland, Salem, Hillsboro, Beaverton, and most of northwestern Oregon)

  • Partially overlain on 503 in 2000. Clatsop County and Tillamook County, originally excluded from the overlay, were added to it in 2008.

972: Texas

  • Created in 1996 by a fission of 214. In 1999, this fission was reversed to become an overlay, and a second overlay area code of 469 was added.

973: New Jersey (Newark, Paterson, and most of northeastern New Jersey)

  • Created in 1997 by split from 201.
  • Overlain by 862.

974: not used

975 is assigned for numbering relief to 816 (Missouri) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

976–977: not used

978: Massachusetts (Fitchburg, Peabody, Swampscott, and northeastern Massachusetts)

  • Created in 1997 by splitting it off from 508.
  • Overlain by 351 in 2001.

979: Texas (Wharton, Bryan, Bay City, College Station, Lake Jackson, La Grange, and southeastern Texas)

  • Created in 2000 by splitting it off from 409.

980: North Carolina

  • Overlain on 704 in 2001.

981–983: not used

984 is assigned for overlay relief to 919 (North Carolina) but no date has been scheduled for this to go into effect.

985: Louisiana (Houma, Slidell, and southeastern Louisiana excluding New Orleans)

  • Created in 2001 by split from 504.

986–988: not used

989: Michigan (Alpena, Mt. Pleasant, Bay City, Saginaw, Midland, Owosso, and part of central Michigan)

  • Created in 2000 by split from 517.

By state, province or country

Future area codes are written in italic.

United States

State Codes
Alabama 205, 251, 256, 334, 659, 938
Alaska 907, 250
Arizona 480, 520, 602, 623, 928
Arkansas 327, 479, 501, 870
California 209, 213, 310, 323, 341, 369, 408, 415, 424, 442, 510, 530, 559, 562, 619, 626, 627, 628, 650, 657, 661, 669, 707, 714, 747, 760, 764, 805, 818, 831, 858, 909, 916, 925, 935, 949, 951 (main article)
Colorado 303, 719, 720, 970 (main article)
Connecticut 203, 475, 860, 959
Delaware 302
District of Columbia 202
Florida 239, 305, 321, 352, 386, 407, 561, 689, 727, 754, 772, 786, 813, 850, 863, 904, 941, 954 (main article)
Georgia 229, 404, 470, 478, 678, 706, 762, 770, 912 (main article)
Hawaii 808
Idaho 208
Illinois 217, 224, 309, 312, 331, 447, 464, 618, 630, 708, 730, 773, 779, 815, 847, 872
Indiana 219, 260, 317, 574, 765, 812
Iowa 319, 515, 563, 641, 712 (main article)
Kansas 316, 620, 785, 913
Kentucky 270, 364, 502, 606, 859
Louisiana 225, 318, 337, 504, 985
Maine 207
Maryland 227, 240, 301, 410, 443, 667
Massachusetts 339, 351, 413, 508, 617, 774, 781, 857, 978 (main article)
Michigan 231, 248, 269, 313, 517, 586, 616, 679, 734, 810, 906, 947, 989 (main article)
Minnesota 218, 320, 507, 612, 651, 763, 952
Mississippi 228, 601, 662, 769
Missouri 314, 417, 557, 573, 636, 660, 816, 975
Montana 406
Nebraska 308, 402, 531
Nevada 702, 775
New Hampshire 603
New Jersey 201, 551, 609, 732, 848, 856, 862, 908, 973 (main article)
New Mexico 505, 575
New York 212, 315, 347, 516, 518, 585, 607, 631, 646, 716, 718, 845, 914, 917, 929 (main article)
North Carolina 252, 336, 704, 828, 910, 919, 980, 984 (main article)
North Dakota 701
Ohio 216, 234, 283, 330, 380, 419, 440, 513, 567, 614, 740, 937
Oklahoma 405, 539, 580, 918
Oregon 458, 503, 541, 971
Pennsylvania 215, 267, 272, 412, 445, 484, 570, 582, 610, 717, 724, 814, 835, 878 (main article)
Rhode Island 401
South Carolina 803, 843, 864
South Dakota 605
Tennessee 423, 615, 731, 865, 901, 931
Texas 210, 214, 254, 281, 325, 361, 409, 430, 432, 469, 512, 682, 713, 737, 806, 817, 830, 832, 903, 915, 936, 940, 956, 972, 979 (main article)
Utah 385, 435, 801
Vermont 802
Virginia 276, 434, 540, 571, 703, 757, 804 (main article)
Washington 206, 253, 360, 425, 509, 564
West Virginia 304, 681
Wisconsin 262, 274, 414, 534, 608, 715, 920
Wyoming 307

Canada

Province / Territory Codes
Alberta 403, 587, 780, 825
British Columbia 236, 250, 604, 672, 778
Manitoba 204, 431
New Brunswick 506
Newfoundland and Labrador 709
Nova Scotia 902
Ontario 226, 249, 289, 343, 365, 416, 437, 519, 613, 647, 705, 807, 905
Prince Edward Island 902
Quebec 418, 438, 450, 514, 579, 581, 819, 873
Saskatchewan 306, 639
Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut 867

Caribbean and Bermuda

Nation / Territory Codes
Anguilla 264
Antigua and Barbuda 268
The Bahamas 242
Barbados 246
Bermuda 441
British Virgin Islands 284
Cayman Islands 345
Dominica 767
Dominican Republic 809, 829, 849
Grenada 473
Jamaica 876
Montserrat 664
Puerto Rico 787, 939
Saint Kitts and Nevis 869
Saint Lucia 758
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 784
Sint Maarten 721
Trinidad and Tobago 868
Turks and Caicos Islands 649
U.S. Virgin Islands 340

U.S. Pacific Territories

Territory Codes
American Samoa 684
Guam 671
Northern Marianas Islands 670

NANP non-geographic

Use Codes
Canada special services 600
Inbound international 456
Interexchange carrier services 700
Personal Communications Service 500, 522, 533, 544, 566, 577, 588
Premium call services 900
Toll-free 800, 822, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 880, 881, 882, 888
US government 710

See also

References

  1. ^ "Telecom Decision CRTC 2011-451". Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. 28 July 2011. http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2011/2011-451.htm. Retrieved 29 July 2011. 
  2. ^ "?". http://www.nanpa.com/nas/public/plannedNpasNotInServiceReport.do?method=displayPlannedNpasNotInServiceReport. 
  3. ^ a b "639 to be Sask.'s 2nd area code". CBC News. 14 June 2011. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/story/2011/06/14/sk-area-code-changes.html. 
  4. ^ "Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-213". Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. 13 April 2010. http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-213.htm. Retrieved 23 August 2010. 
  5. ^ "?". http://www.nanpa.com/nas/public/npa_query_step2.do?method=displayNpa&npaReportModel.nasNpaId=470. 
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  7. ^ "PL-423: Introduction of NPA 721 (Sint Maarten)". North American Numbering Plan Administration. 2011-07-27. http://www.nanpa.com/pdf/PL_423.pdf. Retrieved 2011-09-01. 
  8. ^ "?". http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-213.htm. 
  9. ^ Rosenthal, Phil (2009-08-10). "Chicago's newest area code: 872". Chicago Tribune. http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/chi-biz-area-code-aug10,0,5935115.story. 
  10. ^ "Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-94". Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/archive/2010/2010-94.htm. Retrieved 23 August 2010. 
  11. ^ "Planning Letter 331: Recovery of NPA Codes 880, 881, 882 (Paid Toll-Free Service) Scheduled for April 1, 2004". North American Numbering Plan Administration. 2003-06-02. http://www.nanpa.com/pdf/PL_331_v2.pdf. Retrieved 2008-08-28. 

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