NEW! ZIP Codes on Google Maps

randymajors.com ZIP Codes on Google Maps tool, v 1.01 ©2018 Randy Majors, except data sources shown below.
You can only view one ZIP Code at a time on Google Maps, so this tool was created so you can see all ZIP Code boundaries on Google Maps anywhere in the United States.

QUICK TIPS FOR USING THIS TOOL:

1. Type any US address or place name, then click the "Go!" button.
ZIP Code boundaries will draw, and the ZIP Code for your specified place (shown by the red map marker) will appear at the bottom of the map. In addition to searching by address or place name, you can also type a known ZIP Code to see its boundaries in the context of neighboring ZIP Code boundaries.
2. ZIP Codes on Google Maps Click the "Toggle fullscreen view" button in the upper right of the map for a much larger map and an immersive full screen experience. (Not available on iOS)
3. Click the map to see the ZIP Code for where you clicked or just type another place name and click "Go!".
4. Share this tool using the social share buttons at the bottom of the page. Subscribe to this blog at right to stay abreast of updates and tips.

How do you see Google Maps with ZIP Codes? Just follow the quick steps above and you will see the borders for U.S. ZIP Codes displayed on a fully-interactive Google Map.

Looking for county lines on Google Maps? Here it is: County Lines on Google Maps.


COVERAGE NOTES:
- Coverage includes ZIP Codes in all 50 states plus Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa.

OTHER NOTES:
- The Place box uses a standard Google Maps geocoding engine, therefore you can type street addresses, points of interest, zip codes, etc. to see what ZIP Code that address or place is located in.
- Occasionally, ZIP Code boundaries may take up to 10 seconds to appear; if the ZIP Code boundaries never appear, try refreshing the page (F5) and try your search again.
- This tool uses an experimental Google Maps API feature called Fusion Table Layers. The underlying ZIP Code boundary map files used are quite large, and Google Fusion Tables are themselves a beta product. Zooming out too far will cause strange results. As with any new and innovative technology, don't be surprised if things occasionally don't function as expected.

SOURCES:
- US Census Bureau


Help improve this tool. Please comment here.
Also, check out the Historical U.S. County Boundary Maps tool on this website to put your search in the correct historical geographic context. It uses Google Maps to display US County Boundaries from ANY HISTORICAL YEAR. You can then click any county on the map to see the specific history of the boundary changes, and type in different years to see the boundary changes over time.