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List of Pennsylvania area codes

 

List of Pennsylvania area codes

Clickable map of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (blue) area codes.

This is a list of telephone area codes in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

215: The city of Philadelphia and its immediately surrounding areas in the southeast corner of Pennsylvania directly to its north

267: An overlay of 215

272: An overlay of 570

412: The city of Pittsburgh and its immediately surrounding areas in Allegheny County

484: An overlay of 610

570: Northeastern Pennsylvania, including Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.

582: Northwestern Pennsylvania, to be split from 814 in 2012.

610: Southeastern Pennsylvania outside Philadelphia, including the Lehigh Valley, but excluding all but northernmost Bucks County and the eastern half of Montgomery County

717: South Central Pennsylvania, including Harrisburg, Lancaster, and York.

724: Southwestern Pennsylvania outside Pittsburgh and Allegheny County (except for outermost areas, such as Wexford, Gibsonia, Tarentum, parts of Monroeville, and parts of southern AC); completely surrounds 412

814: Northwestern and central Pennsylvania, from Bedford County to Centre County extending to the shores of Lake Erie, and including the city of Erie

878: An overlay of 412 and 724.

The original four area codes for Pennsylvania in 1947 were 215, 412, 717, and 814. 610 was added in 1995, and several other splits and overlays have occurred since then. Area code 835 is planned as an additional overlay to 610.

External links

  • NANPA Area Code Map of Pennsylvania
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