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United States Abbreviations and State Postal Codes

Published Saturday, November 18, 2006

Do you know the abbreviation for the names of each of the states within the U.S. and the official United States Postal Codes? Well, whether you do or not you can improve on your general knowledge. The list below gives the 50 states of America with their abbreviations and their official United States Postal Code. Included also, are the abbreviation and Postal Code for US territories. The state's Postal Code is a two -letter code that is used by the United States Postal Service. They might just come in handy for some of us who may need to abbreviate a state or need to know the official United States Postal Code of a state. A state's postal code abbreviation should only be used in mailing addresses. Now, you don’t have an excuse to make up your own or confuse a state's abbreviation with the Postal state code. At the end of this article you can also find other related articles that may be of interest.

United States Abbreviations and Postal Codes for U.S. States and Territories


StateAbbreviationPostal
code
Alabama Ala.AL
Alaska AlaskaAK
American Samoa
AS
Arizona Ariz.AZ
Arkansas Ark.AR
California Calif.CA
Colorado Colo.CO
Connecticut Conn.CT
Delaware Del.DE
Dist. of Columbia D.C.DC
Florida Fla.FL
Georgia Ga.GA
Guam GuamGU
Hawaii HawaiiHI
Idaho IdahoID
Illinois Ill.IL
Indiana Ind.IN
Iowa IowaIA
Kansas Kans.KS
Kentucky Ky.KY
Louisiana La.LA
Maine MaineME
Maryland Md.MD
Marshall Islands
MH
Massachusetts Mass.MA
Michigan Mich.MI
Micronesia
FM
Minnesota Minn.MN
Mississippi Miss.MS
Missouri Mo.MO
Montana Mont.MT
Nebraska Nebr.NE
Nevada Nev.NV
New Hampshire N.H.NH
New Jersey N.J.NJ
New Mexico N.M.NM
New York N.Y.NY
North Carolina N.C.NC
North Dakota N.D.ND
Northern Marianas
MP
Ohio OhioOH
Oklahoma Okla.OK
Oregon Ore.OR
Palau
PW
Pennsylvania Pa.PA
Puerto Rico P.R.PR
Rhode Island R.I.RI
South Carolina S.C.SC
South Dakota S.D.SD
Tennessee Tenn.TN
Texas Tex.TX
Utah UtahUT
Vermont Vt.VT
Virginia Va.VA
Virgin Islands V.I.VI
Washington Wash.WA
West Virginia W.Va.WV
Wisconsin Wis.WI
Wyoming Wyo.WY

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