With over two and a half million people, Brooklyn NY would be one of the nation's largest cities were it an independent entity.
Millions of physical pieces of mail are sent and delivered annually in Brooklyn. To make sure the mail reaches its destination, it's essential to route it to the appropriate location. How? By using a good old-fashioned Brooklyn zip code.
Here's a quick guide to finding the right zip code in Brooklyn.
To find the zip code for a given Brooklyn neighborhood, look it up here: What's the Zip Code of a Specific Neighborhood in Brooklyn?
Note: Some Brooklyn neighborhoods have only one zip code. Other swaths of Brooklyn, for instance Flatbush or Bedford-Stuyvesant, sport three or even four zip codes.What Neighborhoods are in Brooklyn, Anyway?
Where's 11218? Or 11210? Find out what zip codes refer to which neighborhoods in Brooklyn, using the reverse zip code directory. Check the Brooklyn Reverse Zip Code Directory.
Brooklyn is part of New York City. Where do you put the zip code, after "Brookyn, NY?" Or after "NYC, NY?" Good question. Find the answer at "Brooklyn, NY" vs"New York, NY?"
Does a Brooklyn neighborhood's zip code have anything to do with the school or voting district? And does the zip code indicate whether a neighborhood is wealthy or low-income?