Web Results
Content Results
  • Area codes 817 and 682

    serch.it?q=Area-codes-817-and-682

  • List of Texas area codes

    serch.it?q=List-of-Texas-area-codes

    This is a list of area codes in the state of Texas including date of establishment of each area code in parentheses: 210: San Antonio area; overlays with 726 (November 1, 1992) 214: Dallas area, overlays with 469 and 972 (October 1947) 254: Waco, Killeen, Temple, Belton, Stephenville and North Texas (May 25, 1997) 281: Houston area, overlays with 346, 713 and 832 (November 2, 1996) 325: Abilene, Sweetwater, Snyder, San Angelo (April 5, 2003) 346: Houston area, overlays with 281, 713 and 832 (July 1, 2014) 361: Corpus Christi, Victoria, George West and South Texas (February 13, 1999) 409: Beaumont, Galveston, Port Arthur, Jasper and Southeast Texas (November 1, 1982) 430: Northeast Texas, overlays with area code 903 (February 15, 2003) 432: West Texas: Big Spring, Midland, Odessa (April 5, 2003) 469: Dallas area, overlays with 214 and 972 (July 1, 1999) 512: Austin, San Marcos, Kyle, Lampasas, Bastrop, Milam and Central Texas, overlays with 737 (October 1947) 682: Fort Worth, Arlington, Grandview, Weatherford, Rhome, overlays with 817 (October 7, 2000) 713: Houston area, overlays with 281, 346 and 832 (October 1947) 726: San Antonio area; overlays with 210 (October 2017) 737: Austin, San Marcos, Kyle, Lampasas, Bastrop, Milam and Central Texas, overlays with 512 (July 2013) 806: Amarillo, Lubbock, Canadian, Perryton, Shamrock, Dalhart and Texas Panhandle (January 1, 1957) 817: Fort Worth, Arlington, Grandview, Weatherford, Rhome, overlays with 682 (January 1, 1953) 830: Uvalde, New Braunfels, Kerrville, Eagle Pass and southwest Texas (July 30, 1997) 832: Houston area, overlays with 281, 346 and 713 (January 16, 1999) 903: Texarkana, Tyler, Sherman, Longview, Marshall, Palestine, Jacksonville, Carthage, and Northeast Texas (November 4, 1990) 915: All of El Paso County and portion of Hudspeth County (October 1947) 936: Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Conroe, Huntsville, Center, Crockett, and Southeast Texas (February 19, 2000) 940: Vernon, Wichita Falls, Denton, Gainesville, Decatur and North Texas (July 7, 1997) 956: Laredo, Brownsville, McAllen, Harlingen and South Texas (May 25, 1997) 972: Dallas area, overlays with 214 and 469 (September 14, 1996) 979: Wharton, Bryan, Bay City, College Station, Lake Jackson, La Grange and Southeast Texas (February 13, 1999)

  • Area codes 214, 469, and 972

    serch.it?q=Area-codes-214,-469,-and-972

    Area codes 214, 469, and 972 are the North American telephone area codes for Dallas, Texas, and most of the eastern portion of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The main area code, 214, was one of the original area codes established in October 1947. It originally covered the entire northeastern quadrant of Texas, from Fort Worth to the border with Arkansas and Louisiana. In 1954, most of Tarrant County was combined with much of the eastern portion of area code 915 to form area code 817. Despite Dallas' dramatic growth in the second half of the 20th century, this configuration remained in place for 36 years. Finally, in 1990, the entire eastern portion of the 214 area code was split off as area code 903. The 1990 split was intended as a long-term solution, but within five years 214 was close to exhaustion due to the rapid growth of the Metroplex as well as the popularity of cell phones, fax machines and pagers. Additionally, the entire Metroplex is a single LATA, so several numbers in 817 weren't available for use. To solve this problem, in 1995 all of the old 214 territory outside Dallas and Dallas County was split off as area code 972.

Map Box 1