Is Rutland VT poor?
Rutland is a city located in Rutland County Vermont. Spanning over 8 miles, Rutland has a population density of 1,938 people per square mile. The average household income in Rutland is $63,098 with a poverty rate of 12.56%.
What is Zip address?
A ZIP Code is a postal code used by the United States Postal Service (USPS). The term ZIP is an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan; it was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently and quickly (zipping along) when senders use the code in the postal address.
How many zip codes are in Vermont?
Vermont has a total of 254 active zip codes.
What can a ZIP Code tell you?
A ZIP Code indicates the destination post office or delivery area to which a letter will be sent for final sorting for delivery. ZIP Codes designate delivery routes used by mail carriers and areas serviced by the USPS.
Can a ZIP Code be in two states?
Just to point out the obvious: Because ZIP codes are intended for efficient postal delivery, there are unusual cases where a ZIP code crosses state boundaries, such as a military facility spanning multiple states or remote areas of one state most easily serviced from an adjacent state.
How does the ZIP Code system work?
United States ZIP codes are five numerical digits long. The first digit in a ZIP code represents a defined group of U.S. states. The second and third digits represent a region in that group, such as a large city. To send mail, only the first five digits of the ZIP code are required.