What is a Mail Carrier Route?

Zip Codes are broken down into mail carrier routes. A carrier route refers to the daily deliveries of a mail carrier. A route includes all the residential and commercial deliveries within the boundaries of the route. The average carrier route has 300 to 600 daily deliveries.

The mail carrier route map below shows how carrier routes are defined. Streets are clearly shown making it easy to target specific neighborhoods. A mailing using a mail carrier route list can be mailed at the lowest standard postage rate.

Mail Carrier Routes Are Defined with a 5 Digit Code

Example: 23C08 (circled in red above)

The first 2 digits (23) are the last 2 numbers of the Zip Code (33023).
The next 3 characters (C08) is the Carrier Route Number.

Zip Route City Single Family Apts Bus Total Income Home Value Age State
33023 C001 HLWD 431 71 0 502 58068 131652 50 FL
33023 C002 HLWD 401 26 0 427 68221 154618 53 FL
33023 C005 HLWD 483 33 0 516 59697 127054 49 FL
33023 C008 HLWD 400 113 47 560 49649 116632 52 FL
33023 C012 HLWD 505 0 0 505 61242 127714 52 FL
33023 C021 HLWD 362 177 0 539 55683 134297 49 FL
33023 C023 HLWD 623 0 0 623 60565 139075 50 FL
33023 C025 HLWD 388 0 0 388 38307 102556 53 FL

Use the chart above to cross reference the Carrier Routes shown on the map and find the total number of deliveries. A breakdown of single family and multi-family homes is shown for information purposes only. To qualify for Carrier Route rates, all of the residential addresses must be included.

Businesses can be included or excluded, and still qualify for the saturation postage rate. A higher postage rate applies to a business only mailing.

If this Mail Carrier Route is selected, it can be mailed 2 ways. With only the residential addresses = 513 or if the businesses are included = 560

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