Some prominent zip codes in the state of Washington include 98112, which includes the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, and 98407, which includes Tacoma's Point Defiance Park. Some other prominent zip codes in Washington are 98073 for Redmond and 98110 for Bainbridge Island.
Seattle has many zip codes, including 98174, 98121 and 98109, which correspond to Downtown, Belltown and Westlake, respectively. Another Seattle zip code, 98105, contains the campus of the University of Washington. Tacoma also has several zip codes: 98421 contains the Washington United Terminal, and 98402 includes the Museum of Glass. Further east, 98424 contains the Puyallup Reservation, and 98391 includes Lake Tapps.
Washington State has several islands, some of which have multiple zip codes. Orcas Island, for example, has four zip codes: 98245, 98243, 98279 and 98280.
The main zip code for Olympia, Washington, is 98502. Bremerton has two ZIP codes: 98337, which includes the Bremerton Ferry Terminal, and 98314, which houses Naval Base Kitsap.
Further inland, some notable zip codes are 99362, home of Walla Walla; 98902 and 98901, two zip codes that include parts of Yakima; and 99224, which houses Spokane International Airport. The city of Spokane itself contains many zip codes, including 99201, 99202, 99203 and 99207.