List Of State Capitals With Zip Codes
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List Of State Capitals With Zip Codes
ZIP Codes are a system of postal codes used by the United States Postal Service since 1963. The term ZIP, an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan, was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly (zipping along), when senders use the code in the postal address. The basic format consists of five numerical digits. An extended ZIP+4 code, introduced in 1983, includes the five digits of the ZIP Code, a hyphen, and four additional digits that determine a more specific location within a given ZIP Code.
ZIP codes are numbered with the first number representing a certain group of U.S. states. The second and third numbers represent a region in that group of states or, in some cases, a large city. The fourth and fifth numbers representing a group of delivery addresses within that region. The main town in a region (if applicable) often gets the first ZIP codes for that region. Other towns are often given ZIP codes in numerical order, usually numerically. Often, the biggest city in a prefix is given a zip code ending in 01.
Grampa crosses the state border to reach a casino. Springfield cannot be in Hawaii or Alaska, then, which are the only state with no casinos in neighbouring states (having no neighbouring states to speak of).
In the Regional Finals montage we are shown a number of essay finalists reading essays in a number of states. Appearing as we pan across the map are Alabama, Minnesota, and New York - none of which match up with the state we pan over when we reach Springfield.
Bart has found a hive of killer bees, and asks Milhouse to come and throw rocks at it. That puts Springfield in a state with killer bees, suggesting it's in one of the states which borders Mexico. However, if you compare this with the reference in [2F08] Fear Of Flying above which says Springfield does NOT have killer bees, the two references neatly cancel each other out.
Mrs. Van Houten said Mechanicsburg without naming a state, suggesting that it's the same state that Springfield is in, probably Pennsylvania. There's a Mechanicsburg in Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, but Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania is probably popular enough not to need the state.
The Union Pacific train comes through Springfield. Union Pacific operates in these states: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. And with its acquisition of the Chicago & Northwestern, we can add Minnesota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
The telephone company splits the city into 2 separate area codes, 939 and 636. 939 is the area code for Puerto Rico and 636 is located in Missouri. Interestingly enough, while Missouri does have a city named Springfield (along with an airport), Springfield does not appear to be located in 636. Rather, it's located in the 417 area code.
The state flag is a Confederate flag partially immersed in water, with sun rays behind it. Also, the Capital City Goofball refers to Springfield's state as "a northern state". (This contradicts [7F01] Two Cars In Every Garage, Three Eyes On Every Fish which gives this flag.)
Gay marriage is made legal in Springfield in this episode, but as with the marijuana episode, Weekend At Burnsie's (above), we can't conclude anything from this. Do we take states where gay marriage is legal? Where it is illegal? Where it was illegal until recently? The real fact of the matter is that the writers of that episode did not base what they wrote on a real-life state's legislative moves. So unfortunately we can't take anything from this.
The Simpsons Movie has Ned Flanders showing Bart the four states which border Springfield: Ohio, Nevada, Maine and Kentucky. It would be difficult to pick four states further apart from one another, which makes the entire thing an obvious joke. On the other hand, since Ned is not a particularly unreliable narrator, it is vaguely conceivable that this is actually TRUE, which, combined with the evidence for [8F01] Mr. Lisa Goes To Washington and [5F21] The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace (both listed above), leads to the unavoidable conclusion that the layout of US states in the Simpsons universe is different from our own.
Multiple references to "the Springfield Primary" suggest that Springfield may actually be in the state of "Springfield". This would go a long way to explaining why Springfield is so frequently referred to without any state being named: Springfield is in Springfield in the same way that the city of New York is in the state of New York and to mention both would be superfluous. It would also explain why the Simpsons' address is always given as "742 Evergreen Terrace, Springfield, USA" - Springfield is both the city and the state. Note that the fact that Capital City is a separate settlement does not contradict this: the capital of the state of New York is not New York, but Albany.
Noah (correctly) lists the following state capitals, in alphabetical order: Albany, Annapolis, Atlanta, Augusta, Austin, Baton Rouge, Bismarck, Boise, Boston, Capital City and Carson City. These are the capitals of New York, Maryland, Georgia, Maine, Texas, Louisiana, North Dakota, Idaho, Massachusetts, Springfield's state and Nevada respectively. Springfield cannot be in New York, Maryland, Georgia, Maine, Texas, Louisiana, North Dakota, Idaho, Massachusetts or Nevada.
Moe starts off with a narration in which he states, "I moved [to Springfield] because on a calculator the zip code spells 'BOOBS'", which makes Springfield's zip code 80085. The "800" prefix is used in Denver, Colorado, but the specific 80085 zip code is unassigned.
There are an enormous number of real Springfields; this is not a coincidence. Rohit Gupta writes, "I'm from Springfield, Illinois, and one of the local papers recently had an interview with Matt Groening. In it he was asked about 'Springfield' and he replied that he chose it because it is one of the most common city names." Springfield isn't the most common city name in America; Fairview beats it, with 275 Fairviews in 42 states (and Puerto Rico), but Springfields do indeed exist in almost every American state. As our source of data we use the United States Geological Survey search engine, which according to Andrew Gill, returned the following 71 Springfields in 36 states and possessions:
The Simpsons Archive's own Dearly Departed on The Simpsons list reveals many famous people's gravestones which have been seen in Springfield. Here, with help from findagrave.com, is where those people are ACTUALLY buried...
Based on the results, Annapolis ranked as the second most charming state capital with an overall charm score of 87.49. Since the Charm Index provides individual street scores, this ranking is the combination of every street and block in Annapolis.
So we put together a handy list of things that you shouldn't send, but might not otherwise think of on your own.Now La Poste does not have a an official English list of what's permissible to ship into and within the nationof France. And though we're all talented at a great many things here at Smarty (formerly SmartyStreets), only two of us knows any passable French.
Files are available listing the area, population, capitals, postal codes, statehood date, and other information. In most cases, the files include information for all 50 states, but also the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the United States itself.
In most cases, the files contain a single line of data for each state. The lines are given in alphabetical order of the full state name. Each line begins with a two-letter postal code identifier for the state, whose alphabetic order is "almost" consistent with that of the full state names.
state_area.txt, the areas of the states in square miles, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US.
state_capitals_ll.txt, the latitude and longitude of the capitals of the states, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US.
state_capitals_name.txt, the names of the capitals of the states, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US.
state_capitals_xy.txt, (x,y) coordinates for the capitals of the 50 states, in alphabetical order by state name.
state_id.txt, the 2 letter postal codes of the states, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US.
state_name.txt, the full names of the states, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US.
state_neighbors.txt, the 2 letter postal codes of the states, and the postal codes of neighboring states or DC, in alphabetical order by state name, including the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the US. Thanks to Cleve Moler for pointing out that California and Nevada are neighbors of Arizona (AZ), not Arkansas (AR)!
state_neighbors.png, a simplified graph of the 48 "continental" states and their neighbors.
state_number.txt, from 1787 to 2018, the number of states at the end of each year.
state_number.png, a bar chart of the number of states.
state_population_2010.txt, the population of the states according to the 2010 census, in alphabetical order by state name, followed by the District of Columbia, and the US.
state_reps_2010.txt, the number of representatives for each state as determined after the 2010 census, in alphabetical order by state name, followed by the District of Columbia, and the US.
state_statehood.txt, statehood date of each state, including 2 letter postal code, year, month and day of statehood, in alphabetical order by state name, followed by the District of Columbia, and the US.