New York Area Codes’ Complete and Accurate Map List

New York Area Codes’ Complete and Accurate Map List.

New York Area Codes: The North American Numbering Plan Administration has divided the state of New York into twelve geographical areas with a total of 19 numbering plan area (NPA) codes.

New York Area Codes' Complete and Accurate Map List

List of New York Area Codes

NPA Year Current region
212 1947 New York City: Manhattan only; overlays with 332646, and 917
315 1947 Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, and north-central New York; overlaid by 680.
332 2017 New York City: Manhattan only; overlays with 212646, and 917
347 1999 New York City: all except Manhattan; overlays with 718917, and 929
516 1951 Nassau County
518 1947 Albany, Glens Falls, Plattsburgh, Saratoga Springs and northeastern New York; overlaid by 838
585 2001 Rochester, Batavia, Wellsville and western New York
607 1954 Binghamton, Elmira, Ithaca, Bath, Norwich, and south-central New York
631 1999 Suffolk County; overlaid by 934
646 1999 New York City: Manhattan only; overlays with 212332, and 917
680 2017 Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, and north-central New York; overlay of 315
716 1947 Buffalo, Dunkirk-Fredonia, Olean, Jamestown, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda and western New York
718 1984 New York City: all except Manhattan; overlays with 347917, and 929
838 2017 Albany, Glens Falls, Plattsburgh, Saratoga Springs and northeastern New York; overlay of 518
845 2000 Poughkeepsie, Middletown, Newburgh, West Point, Goshen, and southeastern New York
914 1947 Westchester County
917 1992 New York City: all; overlays with 212332347646718, and 929
929 2011 New York City: all except Manhattan; overlays with 347718, and 917
934 2014 Suffolk County; overlay of 631

Overview New York Area Codes

Overview New York Area Codes

New York is currently using twenty area codes. New York utilizes five area code overlay plans, often called overlay complexes. Originally, New York had five area codes when the numbering system was established in 1947.

As a result of a significant increase in population after World War II, these five area codes were sufficient for only 4 years when in 1951 area code 914 was split to create area code 516. In 1954 area code 315 and 716 were split to form area code 607.

These seven area codes were sufficient for thirty years until 1984 when area code 718 was created from a split of area code 212. That was the only new area code put into service in the 1980s. In the 1990s four area codes, 917, 646, 347, and 631 were put into service. Also, in 2000 and 2001 two more area codes 845 and 585, were implemented. In 2011 area code 929 was implemented as an overlay of area codes 347, 718, and a portion of 917.

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