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Daytona Beach, FL ZIP Codes

Daytona Beach is the actual or alternate city name associated with 14 ZIP Codes by the US Postal Service.

Select a particular Daytona Beach ZIP Code to view a more detailed map and the number of Business, Residential, and PO Box addresses for that ZIP Code. The Residential addresses are segmented by both Single and Multi-family addessses.

Each individual Daytona Beach ZIP Code profile also includes Demographic Data including Population, Housing, Income, Households, and Growth Rates.

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Daytona Beach, FL - Standard ZIP Codes
32114 32117 32118 32119 32124
Daytona Beach, FL - PO Box ZIP Codes (NO DEMOGRAPHIC DATA)
32115 32116 32120 32121 32122 32123 32125 32126
Daytona Beach, FL - Unique - Single Entity ZIP Codes (NO DEMOGRAPHIC DATA)
32198
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The Daytona Beach ZIP Code maps and basic ZIP Code information such as the number of Business, Residential and PO Box addresses in the ZIP Code are updated 4 times per year. Last update: August 1, 2017.

The DEMOGRAPHIC DATA for each Daytona Beach ZIP Code is updated annually. The last update was on July 1, 2017 and includes:

  1. HOUSING: Owner Occupied, Renter Occupied, Vacant, Median and Average Value
  2. INCOME: Median, Average and Per Capita
  3. HOUSEHOLDS: Total, Average Size, Family Households, Average Family Size
  4. POPULATION: Total, Pop in Households, Pop in Family, Pop Density, Diversity Index
  5. GROWTH RATES: Population, Households, Families, Income

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