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Create Custom Areas from ZIP Codes or Counties

Create Custom Areas from ZIP Codes or Counties

Create a custom area from a list of ZIP Codes

Define a delivery area, service area or sales territory using a list of 5-digit or 3-digit ZIP Codes

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Color-code ZIP Codes from a spreadsheet

Create a custom color-coded map using a live link to a Google Sheet containing ZIP Codes

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Color-code Counties from a spreadsheet

Create a custom color-coded map using a live link to a Google Sheet containing Counties

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- Type a comma-separated list of ZIP Codes into the box below
OR
- Select ZIP Codes by drawing on the map above:
- 1. Click the Drawing Tools button on the left side of the map, then draw an area (any ZIP Code you touch will be included).
- 2. Double-click to finish drawing, and the ZIP Codes will automatically appear in the box below.

1. In Google Sheets, create a spreadsheet with the first 3 columns in this order: ZIPCode, Data*, and Color
- TIP: You can use either 5-digit ZIP Codes or 3-digit ZIP Codes (but not a combination of the two)
- TIP: If you don't have a Google Sheet, create one by importing from Excel or a .csv file
2. Publish your spreadsheet using the default values in the File > Publish to the Web box. Click Publish, then close the Publish box.
3. Copy the URL from your web browser address bar while viewing the Google Sheet (see example URL below)
- TIP: DO NOT copy the link from the Publish to the Web box
4. Paste the URL into the box below:

Color-code ZIP Codes from spreadsheet example
* Example spreadsheet showing Data column as Territory

1. In Google Sheets, create a spreadsheet with 4 columns in this order: County, StateAbbrev, Data* and Color
- TIP: If you don't have a Google Sheet, create one by importing from Excel or a .csv file
2. Publish your spreadsheet using the default values in the File > Publish to the Web box. Click Publish, then close the Publish box.
3. Copy the URL from your web browser address bar while viewing the Google Sheet (see example URL below)
- TIP: DO NOT copy the link from the Publish to the Web box
4. Paste the URL into the box below:

Color-code counties from spreadsheet example
* Example spreadsheet showing Data column as Salesperson

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Set Map Title & Display Options

Set Map Title & Display Options

Set a title for your map, set the main color and choose other map layers to display

Set color

Map type

Show labels

Center map on user location

Show county lines

Show city limits

Show ZIP Code boundaries

Also show these outside my custom area

Ready! Click link at left to view your map.
You can bookmark the link or embed the link on another website!

Custom Area Maps

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Custom map Google Maps: Create your own custom Google Map using any combination of ZIP Codes to depict your delivery area, service area or sales territory

Quickly create a free interactive delivery area map, service area map or sales territory map on Google Maps based on ZIP Codes. This sales mapping tool uses ZIP Codes on Google Maps to build a custom map link with titles, colors, customer location, cities, counties and more.

Create your custom delivery area, service area or sales territory map link from ZIP Codes*:

For greater functionality, please try the new mapBuilder tool above!

Map title
ZIP Codes served
     
Display options
           
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Finished Map Link    (click the link at left to preview your map, then bookmark it)
Copy the web address below into a link on your website that you want to link to this map:
Note: If you include a map screenshot from this tool on your website, please include a small source attribution link pointing to this page.

Want to color-code groups of ZIP Codes or Counties? Use the mapBuilder tool above!

* The above tool supports either 5-digit ZIP Codes OR 3-digit ZIP Codes, which are often used in defining sales territories


Use the easy form above to create your own custom map using ZIP Codes, or if you want to build the map link the hard way, keep reading…

To zoom to one or multiple ZIP Codes, and optionally show their boundary (e.g. for a service territory, sales territory or delivery area), create a link such as this:

https://www.randymajors.org/customgmap?zips=10023,10024,10025,10026&title=My+Service+Territory

TIP: copy/paste the link above and customize to suit your needs

NEED TO DETERMINE WHICH ZIP CODES YOU SERVE? Type your business address in the “Search places” box above the map, check the “Show ZIP Code boundaries” (and optionally labels) box in the lower left, then use the “Drawing Tools” button on the left side of the map to draw a polygon around the area you would like to deliver to. A list of ZIP Codes will appear in a box from which you can copy/paste to build your link!

The parameters you can use to build your custom link are:

  • zips – expects a comma-separated list of one or multiple 5-digit U.S. ZIP Code(s) (do not use spaces between the commas), for example: ?zips=10023,10024
  • loc – show customer/user location by using the word true, as in: &loc=true
  • counties – optionally shows county lines by using the word show, as in: &counties=show
  • cities – optionally shows U.S. city limits by using the word show, as in: &cities=show
  • title – optionally give your map a title (use the + character to represent spaces), for example: &title=My+Sales+Territory
  • color – optionally choose the color used for the Map Title and the ZIP boundary, expects a 6-character hex color code without the leading # character, for example, &color=00FF00 would create a green map title and ZIP boundary (free tools are widely available on the internet to find your hex color)
  • zipcodes – optionally shows ZIP Code boundaries within your custom area by using the word show, as in: &zipcodes=show
  • labels – optionally shows ZIP Code labels within your custom area by using the word show, as in: &labels=show
  • showoutside – optionally overrides the zipcodes and labels parameters to also show them outside of your custom area by using the word show, as in: &showoutside=show
  • zipboundary – optionally HIDE the merged overall boundary by using the word hide, as in: &zipboundary=hide

A few important things to make this work:

  1. You must use the question mark ( ? ) right after , as shown above and below
  2. Do NOT use spaces anywhere in the URL or query parameters
  3. You must separate query parameters using the ampersand ( & ), as shown above and below
  4. User the + character to represent spaces in the title parameter
  5. If you use loc=true the map will center on the customer/user’s location; leave this parameter out if you always want the map centered on your overall ZIP Code boundary

TIP: For simplicity, you can drop the https://www from the front and just create the link as:


With this functionality, you can feel free to create links on your own website that open a window to the Custom Area Maps tool, zoomed into your area of interest and showing a ZIP Code based sales territory, service territory or delivery area!

Some websites that make use of this custom map functionality


FAQs for ‘Custom Area Maps’



Feel free to share this with others who may find this functionality useful!


QUICK TIPS TO CREATE CUSTOM MAPS USING ZIP CODES:
  1. Follow the instructions above this box to create a link to your own custom map.
  2. Once your customer uses this map, they can then zoom in, search for their address and so on. To go to another location, type any place or address in the “Search places” box above the map*
    OR: Zoom into your place of interest on the map
  3. Optionally, check the “Show ZIP Code boundaries” and “Show ZIP Code labels” checkboxes in the lower left corner of the map to see the ZIP Codes on the map
  4. Optionally, check the “Also show US city limits” checkbox in the lower left corner of the map to see City Limits overlaid on the map (available in the U.S. only)
  5. Click the “⊕ Locate” button in the upper right corner of the map to use your current location † and quickly answer “what county am I in?”
  6. Subscribe in the top header to receive notification of tool updates and usage tips

You can also type in GPS coordinates in decimal degrees into the Search places box. For example, type -105.25, 40 for Boulder, Colorado.
**  or equivalent province, district, etc.
*** All information is reported based on the location of the blue dot on the map; to move the blue dot, click the map
†  The “Locate” button will be more accurate on smartphones and other devices containing a GPS; desktop browsers typically show an approximate location


COVERAGE NOTES:
  • US coverage includes Counties in all 50 states plus Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa
    “Also show US city limits” draws all incorporated cities and towns in the United States and its territories and possessions
  • Within the UK, England displays Counties and Unitary Authorities, Scotland displays Council Areas, Wales displays Principal Areas, and Northern Ireland displays Districts. Explanation of Unitary Authorities, Council Areas, Principal Areas and Districts.
  • Australia displays Local Government Areas (LGAs)
  • New Zealand displays Territorial Authorities
  • Canada displays Census Divisions, which are Counties in some provinces but may include other geographies
  • Mexico displays Municipalities, which are the next level administrative divisions below State
  • Switzerland displays Districts

OTHER NOTES:
  • The Search places box uses a standard Google Maps geocoding engine, therefore you can type street addresses, road names, points of interest, and GPS coordinates (see * above) to see what county that location is part of
  • Many of the map layers from which this information is extracted are very large, so it may take several seconds for all of the map layers to finish drawing
  • Because the map layers are large, boundaries will not be shown if you are zoomed out too far
  • Note that typing an address will zoom in the map very close, whereas typing a city or county by itself will show you a map with a wider view
  • Disclaimer: While the number of decimals in the latitude and longitude displayed for the map marker imply a positional accuracy of within a few feet, note that Google Maps is not inherently that accurate, and therefore this tool should not be used for legal purposes or anything beyond entertainment value.

SOURCES:
– US: Census Bureau
– UK: Open Government License – Contains Office of National Statistics data, Ordnance Survey data ©Crown copyright and database right 2017. Open Data Lincese – Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.
– Ireland: Open Data and Creative Commons License – Ordnance Survey Ireland
– Australia: Incorporates Administrative Boundaries ©PSMA Australia Limited licensed by the Commonwealth of Australia under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence
– New Zealand: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 – Stats NZ
– Canada: Open License – Boundary Files, 2016 Census; Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 92-160-X
– Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI)
– Switzerland: Swiss Federal Office of Topography

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