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Averill Zip Code, Averill, VT, Essex

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Zip/Postal Code05901
TypePO BOX
Decommissioned0
Primary CityAverill
Acceptable CitiesCanaan
Unacceptable Cities
StateVT
CountyEssex County
TimezoneAmerica/New_York
Area Codes
World RegionNA
Latitude44.94
Longitude-71.66
Estimated Population 20150

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The first three digits of a ZIP Code together usually indicate the sectional center facility to which that ZIP Code belongs. This facility is the mail sorting and distribution center for a zone or area. Some sectional center facilities have multiple three-digit codes assigned to them. For example, the Northern Virginia sectional center facility in Merrifield is assigned ZIP Codes beginning in 220, 221, 222, and 223.

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