Area Codes and Numbering
|Existing Area Code||Locality||Form|
|760||Far southeastern third of California||Overlay|
|818||San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles County||Overlay|
|310||Westside and South Bay regions of Los Angeles County||Overlay|
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What is California number?
The area became a part of Mexico in 1821 following its successful war for independence but was ceded to the United States in 1848 after the Mexican–American War. The western portion of Alta California then was organized and admitted as the 31st state on September 9, 1850.
How many ZIP codes are in California?
California Covers 2589 ZIP Codes
|ZIP Code 90001||Los Angeles||Los Angeles|
|ZIP Code 90002||Los Angeles||Los Angeles|
|ZIP Code 90003||Los Angeles||Los Angeles|
|ZIP Code 90004||Los Angeles||Los Angeles|
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What is the area code for Hollywood California?
Area code 213
What area code is 808 California?
The 808 telephone area code covers the inhabited, developed and uninhabited areas of the Hawaiian Islands out to Midway Island and Wake Island. 808 was issued as Hawaii’s area code in 1957, not long before its statehood in August 1959.
How do I call California from India?
To call a Los Angeles landline or mobile phone number from India, follow this dialing procedure.
- Dial India int’l access code / IDD: 00.
- Dial US country code: + 1.
- Dial a 10-digit Los Angeles phone number.
What is California is famous for?
California is also known for its massive complex of forests, which are collectively known as the Redwood National and State Parks, which protect a huge chunk of the global coast redwood trees.
What is the zip code of California City?
What is a California phone number?
We offer local numbers in area codes 310, 949, 415 and many more in California. You can search our available inventory of California numbers by area code here or call us at (800) 477-1477 and one of our sales representatives would be happy to help you find a great CA phone number for your business.
Is Santa Barbara considered Southern California?
In 1900, the Los Angeles Times defined southern California as including “the seven counties of Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside, San Diego, Ventura and Santa Barbara.” In 1999, the Times added a newer county, Imperial, to that list.
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