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List of postal codes in Peru

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A Peruvian postal code is a five-digit string that comprises part of a postal address in Peru. Prior to 2011, only the major cities of Lima and Callao used postal codes. However, in February 2011 a nationwide system was implemented which employs a five-digit numeric format. Similar to the postal codes of Mexico, Brazil, Australia, the United States, and elsewhere, postal codes in Peru are strictly numerical, using only numbers.

The first two digits of the postal code identify the administrative region or department, whereas the final two digits represents a specific district or location within a district. The middle digit does not strictly relate to specific provinces, therefore it is possible and indeed common for one province to be split amongst multiple postal zones.

For example, the province of Chachapoyas contains portions of postal zones 010, 012, 013 and 014 whereas postal zone 011 is entirely within Bongará Province. Regardless, it can be understood that all five postal zones are within the Department of Amazonas, since they all begin with the digits 01.

An online tool to search for postal codes can be found here.

Postal codes

The following chart lists the various postal codes in use throughout Peru. Each department or region is assigned a two-digit regional code. This makes up the beginning of the postal code. The final two digits comprise a geographic code which denotes a specific district or area within a district. The middle digit is not tied to administrative boundaries. Final digits other than "0" or "5" tend to denote urban or built-up areas, though this is not always the case.

Therefore, the postal code for the district of Jazan, in the Amazones Region, is 01130, whereas the postal code for the city of Pedro Ruiz Gallo within Jazan district, is 01131.

Similarly, while the district of Conchuccos has the postal code 02875, the urban city of the same name uses the postal code 02876.

Postal Zone Geographic Codes and Districts Provinces Regions
010 00: Chachapoyas, Huancas

01: City of Chachapoyas

Chachapoyas Amazonas
011 00: Valera

10: Churuja

20: San Carlos

30: Jazán

31: Pedro Ruiz Gallo

40: Cuispes

50: Florida

51: Pomacochas

60: Yambrasbamba

Bongará
012 00: Granada

10: Quinjalca

20: Chiliquín

30: Asunción

40: Recta

50: Jumbilla

60: Chisquilla

70: Corosha

80: Olleros

Chachapoyas

Bongará

013 00: Sonche

05: Soloco

10: San Francisco de Daguas

15: Cheto

20: Molinopampa

25: Vista Alegre

30: Mariscal Benavides

35: San Nicolás

40: Omia

41: Omia

45: Longar

50: Cochamal

55: Huambo

60: Santa Rosa

65: Totora

70: Limabamba

75: Milpuc

80: Chirimoto

Chachapoyas

Rodríguez de Mendoza

014
015
016
017


Historical postal codes

The historical list of postal codes from Lima and Callao is shown below. As of February 2011, these codes are no longer in use.

Lima

  • Lima 01 = Cercado
  • Lima 02 = Ancon
  • Lima 03 = Ate
  • Lima 04 = Barranco
  • Lima 05 = Breña
  • Lima 06 = Carabayllo
  • Lima 07 = Comas
  • Lima 08 = Chaclacayo
  • Lima 09 = Chorrillos
  • Lima 10 = El agustino
  • Lima 11 = Jesús María
  • Lima 12 = La Molina
  • Lima 13 = La Victoria
  • Lima 14 = Lince
  • Lima 15 = Lurigancho
  • Lima 16 = Lurin
  • Lima 17 = Magdalena
  • Lima 18 = Miraflores
  • Lima 19 = Pachacamac
  • Lima 20 = Pucusana
  • Lima 21 = Pueblo Libre
  • Lima 22 = Puente Piedra
  • Lima 23 = Punta Negra
  • Lima 24 = Punta Hermosa
  • Lima 25 = Rimac
  • Lima 26 = San Bartolo
  • Lima 27 = San Isidro
  • Lima 28 = Independencia
  • Lima 29 = San Juan de Miraflores
  • Lima 30 = San Luis
  • Lima 31 = San Martin de Porres
  • Lima 32 = San Miguel
  • Lima 33 = Santiago de Surco
  • Lima 34 = Surquillo
  • Lima 35 = Villa María del Triunfo
  • Lima 36 = San Juan de Lurigancho
  • Lima 37 = Santa María del Mar
  • Lima 38 = Santa Rosa
  • Lima 39 = Los Olivos
  • Lima 40 = Cieneguilla
  • Lima 41 = San Borja
  • Lima 42 = Villa el Salvador
  • Lima 43 = Santa Anita

Callao

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This page was last edited on 19 May 2020, at 06:12
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