Examples of ZIP codes in the state of Washington include 98520 for Aberdeen and Aberdeen Gardens, 98368 for Adelma Beach and 98343 for Agate Beach. Other ZIP codes are 98526 for Amanda Park and 98052 for Ames Lake.Continue Reading
Washington state contains about 719 ZIP codes as of January 2014. ZIP codes are necessary for locating an address. There are over 42,000 ZIP codes in the United States as of 2015. Post offices and mail carriers use ZIP codes to make accurate and timely deliveries. USPS.com is the official website for the U.S. Postal Service, where users may look up ZIP codes within the country.
Other websites that allow users to search for ZIP codes include MongaBay.com and Zip-Codes.com. If a person does not have Internet access to look up ZIP codes, that person may call 1-800-275-8777 to ask for the correct ZIP code for an area or for an address. ZIP code maps are another way to figure out a ZIP code.
The five-digit ZIP code system started on July 1, 1963. It was introduced by Postmaster General John A. Gronouski, and he called it the Zone Improvement Plan code. This system helped increase the speed of mail sorting and delivery.Learn more about Public Records