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Abington Amston Andover
Ansonia Ashford Avon
Ballouville Baltic Bantam
Barkhamsted Beacon Falls Berlin
Bethany Bethel Bethlehem
Bloomfield Bolton Botsford
Bozrah Branford Bridgeport
Bridgewater Bristol Broad Brook
Brookfield Brooklyn Burlington
Canaan Canterbury Canton
Canton Center Centerbrook Central Village
Chaplin Cheshire Chester
Clinton Cobalt Colchester
Colebrook Collinsville Columbia
Cornwall Cornwall Bridge Cos Cob
Coventry Cromwell Danbury
Danielson Darien Dayville
Deep River Derby Durham
East Berlin East Canaan East Glastonbury
East Granby East Haddam East Hampton
East Hartford East Hartland East Haven
East Killingly East Lyme East Windsor
East Windsor Hill East Woodstock Eastford
Easton Ellington Enfield
Essex Fabyan Fairfield
Falls Village Farmington Gales Ferry
Gaylordsville Georgetown Gilman
Glastonbury Goshen Granby
Greens Farms Greenwich Grosvenor Dale
Groton Guilford Haddam
Hadlyme Hamden Hampton
Hanover Hartford Harwinton
Hawleyville Hebron Higganum
Ivoryton Jewett City Kent
Killingworth Lakeside Lakeville
Lebanon Ledyard Litchfield
Madison Manchester Mansfield Center
Mansfield Depot Marion Marlborough
Mashantucket Meriden Middle Haddam
Middlebury Middlefield Middletown
Milford Milldale Monroe
Montville Moodus Moosup
Morris Mystic Naugatuck
New Britain New Canaan New Fairfield
New Hartford New Haven New London
New Milford New Preston Marble Dale Newington
Newtown Niantic Norfolk
North Branford North Canton North Franklin
North Granby North Grosvenordale North Haven
North Stonington North Westchester North Windham
Northfield Northford Norwalk
Norwich Oakdale Oakville
Old Greenwich Old Lyme Old Mystic
Old Saybrook Oneco Orange
Oxford Pawcatuck Pequabuck
Pine Meadow Plainfield Plainville
Plantsville Plymouth Pomfret
Pomfret Center Poquonock Portland
Preston Prospect Putnam
Quaker Hill Quinebaug Redding
Redding Center Redding Ridge Ridgefield
Riverside Riverton Rockfall
Rocky Hill Rogers Roxbury
Salem Salisbury Sandy Hook
Scotland Seymour Sharon
Shelton Sherman Simsbury
Somers Somersville South Britain
South Glastonbury South Kent South Lyme
South Willington South Windham South Windsor
South Woodstock Southbury Southington
Southport Stafford Stafford Springs
Staffordville Stamford Sterling
Stevenson Stonington Storrs Mansfield
Stratford Suffield Taconic
Taftville Tariffville Terryville
Thomaston Thompson Tolland
Torrington Trumbull Uncasville
Unionville Vernon Rockville Versailles
Voluntown Wallingford Washington
Washington Depot Waterbury Waterford
Watertown Wauregan Weatogue
West Cornwall West Granby West Hartford
West Hartland West Haven West Mystic
West Simsbury West Suffield Westbrook
Weston Westport Wethersfield
Willimantic Willington Wilton
Winchester Center Windham Windsor
Windsor Locks Winsted Wolcott
Woodbridge Woodbury Woodstock
Woodstock Valley Yantic

ZIP code:

United States Postal Service (USPS) uses ZIP codes as a system for postal codes since 1963. ZIP stands for Zone Improvement Plan, ZIP is properly written in capital letters and was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently, and therefore more quickly. The term ZIP code was originally registered as a servicemark (a type of trademark) by the U.S. Postal Service.

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