About San Francisco zip code
San Francisco, which is officially the City and County of San Francisco, is a significant commercial, cultural, and financial center of Northern California. San Francisco is considered to be the 16th most populous city throughout the United States and is ranked as the 4th most populous among California, with around 881,549 residents as of data done in 2019.
San Francisco zip code is a postal and delivery code that is used by the United States Postal Service (i.e., shortly referred to as the USPS). The first zip code of the United States was introduced in 1963, and the basic format of the first zip code consisted of five digits. Later, in 1983, an extended USPS Zip+4 code was created. That newly introduced zip code included the five digits of the standard zip code and was followed via for digits and a hyphen that represented a far more specific location.
How to find the USA Zip Code
Each administrative division in the United States holds its postal code, i.e., zip code for mail and other delivery purposes. Having the right zip code is quite important to your mails and post-delivery. In order to find the correct zip code, you can use various websites and tools available throughout the net. The only thing that you need to do when you do not know which is your area's zip code is to locate the right location and zoom in on the electronic zip code maps that can be found on the internet. USPS postal codes, i.e., zip codes for San Francisco, California (USA) can be found through lookup tool by address feature or with an interactive map to gain access to your needed San Francisco zip code.
San Francisco, CA Zip Codes
San Francisco is considered to be the actual or alternate city name related to the 51 zip codes used by the United States Postal Service. You can choose a particular San Francisco zip code to see further detailed information via the interactive map and the number of Residential, Business, and PO Box addresses for that ZIP Code. The Residential addresses are generally divided into both Single and Multi-family addresses. Per individual San Francisco zip code profile consists of Demographic Data such as population, households, housing, growth rates, and income.
Here is the full list of all of the San Francisco zip codes (i.e., San Francisco County, CA zip codes together with the city and neighborhood in which the zip code is in. See the following zip codes:
94102 (Hayes Valley, Tenderloin, and the North of Market), 94103 (South of Market), 94104, 94105, 94107 Potrero Hill, 94108 (Chinatown), 94109 (Polk/Russian Hill (so-called Nob Hill)), 94110 (Inner Mission and Bernal Heights), 94111, 94112 (Ingleside – Excelsior and Crocker – Amazon), 94114 (Castro and Noe Valley), 94115 (Western Addition and Japantown), 94116 (Parkside and Forest Hill), 94117 (Haight-Ashbury), 94118 (Inner Richmond), 94121 (Outer Richmond), 94122 (Sunset), 94123 (Marina), 94124 (Bayview – Hunters Point), 94127 (St. Francis Wood, Miraloma, and West Portal), 94129, 94130, 94131 (Twin Peaks – Glen Park), 94132 (Lake Merced), 94133 (North Beach and Chinatown), 94134 (Visitacion Valley and Sunnydale), and 94158.
Here are some other San Francisco, CA – PO Box zip codes (Note: with no demographic data):
– and 94172.
Here are the rest of San Francisco, CA – Unique and Single Entity zip codes (Note: with no demographic data):
– and 94177.