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Adjuntas Aguada Aguadilla
Aguas Buenas Aguirre Aibonito
Anasco Angeles Arecibo
Arroyo Bajadero Barceloneta
Barranquitas Bayamon Boqueron
Cabo Rojo Caguas Camuy
Canovanas Carolina Castaner
Catano Cayey Ceiba
Ciales Cidra Coamo
Comerio Corozal Coto Laurel
Culebra Dorado Ensenada
Fajardo Florida Fort Buchanan
Garrochales Guanica Guayama
Guayanilla Guaynabo Gurabo
Hatillo Hormigueros Humacao
Isabela Jayuya Juana Diaz
Juncos La Plata Lajas
Lares Las Marias Las Piedras
Loiza Luquillo Manati
Maricao Maunabo Mayaguez
Mercedita Moca Morovis
Naguabo Naranjito Orocovis
Palmer Patillas Penuelas
Ponce Puerto Real Punta Santiago
Quebradillas Rincon Rio Blanco
Rio Grande Roosevelt Roads Rosario
Sabana Grande Sabana Hoyos Sabana Seca
Saint Just Salinas San Antonio
San German San Juan San Lorenzo
San Sebastian Santa Isabel Toa Alta
Toa Baja Trujillo Alto Utuado
Vega Alta Vega Baja Vieques
Villalba Yabucoa Yauco

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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