Anytime a ZIP Code boundary covers more than one city, this file has each city listed as a separate record. That makes around 57,500 legitimate records for the United States. More records simply means more duplicates or errors. This file is very clean and appropriately lean. Its data is standardized to ensure consistent spellings and uniform naming conventions.
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We target population based center points instead of geographical centers that often fall in uninhabited areas such as parks, business districts, lakes, golf courses, etc. For example, the geographically center of ZIP Code 10023 would fall in Central Park! We guarantee that our lat/long is better than you can find elsewhere.
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Our US ZIP Code Latitude and Longitude Database goes to great lengths to assure all the cities and towns are consistently labeled. By eliminating deprecated and misleading city records, the overall record count is reduced. Other products may have thousands of erroneous records added to the database.
Our precision and accuracy is a result of manually verifying the data and comparing it with multiple resources. Once an anomaly has been identified, we refine our algorithm to account for it.
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We are licensees of USPS database products, but we enhance our ZIP Code latitude and longitude database based on decades of experience to provide you with the most accurate product available.
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