Regina Saskatchewan Postal Code Map
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Regina Postal Code Map
The postal code map shows political boundaries, place names, highways, major parks and conservation areas, and points of interest. It can be used for quick reference of infrastructures & other street details like interchanges, weigh stations and tolls. The map is ideal for tracking down delivery service areas, sales territories, and catchment areas. Moreover, it also assists in providing up-to-date information & is suitable to create multiple maps from city to county scales or anywhere in between.
You can create multiple maps by customizing this map around your business service area. Search for the location on the map and drag the arrows to define the print area. You can preview your map with all the details of the final print but at a much lower quality. The final map is available in high quality with clear boundaries that divide different postal codes. You also get the option to add a title and select your desired size, orientation, and finishing material.
The postal code areas you can view on this Regina Saskatchewan Postal Code Map includes:
|S4R||Regina North Central|
|S4N||Regina Northeast And East Central|
|S4Y||Regina Outer Northwest|
|S4S||Regina South Saskatchewan Provincial Government|
Regina is the capital and second-largest city of Saskatchewan. The city originated as a hunters’ camp and was known as Pile O’Bones. Later it was renamed to Regina, Latin for Queen in 1882 in honor of Queen Victoria. It ranks 7th among Census Metropolitan Areas in Canada with an Aboriginal-identity population of 15,685. And the major part of the economy of the city consists of oil and natural gas, potash, kaolin, sodium sulphite, and bentonite.
About Postal Code
Each administrative division in Canada maintains its own postal code for mail deliveries. The postal codes in Canada are categorized into two sections, where the initial segment represents the Forward Sortation Area while the other section represents the Local Delivery Unit.
There is a unique format of sending mails in Canada. A letter sent within Canada has the destination address on the center of its envelope, with a stamp, postal indicia, meter label, or frank mark on the top-right corner of the envelope to acknowledge payment of postage. The return address is not required, can be put on the top-left corner or the back of the envelope in smaller type than the destination address.
Max Print Scale - 1:15,000
Min Print Scale - 1:2,000,000
Optimal Print Scale - All