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ISO 3166-2:US

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ISO 3166-2:US is an ISO standard which defines geocodes: it is the subset of ISO 3166-2 which applies to United States of America. It covers 50 states, 1 district, 6 outlying areas (including 9 minor outlying islands under separate ISO 3166-1 country code UM). The second part of the code is two-letter alphabetic, and (except for UM) is the same as the US postal abbreviation.

Codes

Sorted by Code
US-AK Alaska
US-AL Alabama
US-AR Arkansas
US-AS American Samoa
US-AZ Arizona
US-CA California
US-CO Colorado
US-CT Connecticut
US-DC District of Columbia
US-DE Delaware
US-FL Florida
US-GA Georgia
US-GU Guam
US-HI Hawaii
US-IA Iowa
US-ID Idaho
US-IL Illinois
US-IN Indiana
US-KS Kansas
US-KY Kentucky
US-LA Louisiana
US-MA Massachusetts
US-MD Maryland
US-ME Maine
US-MI Michigan
US-MN Minnesota
US-MO Missouri
US-MP Northern Mariana Islands
US-MS Mississippi
US-MT Montana
US-NC North Carolina
US-ND North Dakota
US-NE Nebraska
US-NH New Hampshire
US-NJ New Jersey
US-NM New Mexico
US-NV Nevada
US-NY New York
US-OH Ohio
US-OK Oklahoma
US-OR Oregon
US-PA Pennsylvania
US-PR Puerto Rico
US-RI Rhode Island
US-SC South Carolina
US-SD South Dakota
US-TN Tennessee
US-TX Texas
US-UM U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
US-UT Utah
US-VA Virginia
US-VI Virgin Islands of the U.S.
US-VT Vermont
US-WA Washington
US-WI Wisconsin
US-WV West Virginia
US-WY Wyoming
Sorted by Name
States
US-AL Alabama
US-AK Alaska
US-AZ Arizona
US-AR Arkansas
US-CA California
US-CO Colorado
US-CT Connecticut
US-DE Delaware
US-FL Florida
US-GA Georgia
US-HI Hawaii
US-ID Idaho
US-IL Illinois
US-IN Indiana
US-IA Iowa
US-KS Kansas
US-KY Kentucky
US-LA Louisiana
US-ME Maine
US-MD Maryland
US-MA Massachusetts
US-MI Michigan
US-MN Minnesota
US-MS Mississippi
US-MO Missouri
US-MT Montana
US-NE Nebraska
US-NV Nevada
US-NH New Hampshire
US-NJ New Jersey
US-NM New Mexico
US-NY New York
US-NC North Carolina
US-ND North Dakota
US-OH Ohio
US-OK Oklahoma
US-OR Oregon
US-PA Pennsylvania
US-RI Rhode Island
US-SC South Carolina
US-SD South Dakota
US-TN Tennessee
US-TX Texas
US-UT Utah
US-VT Vermont
US-VA Virginia
US-WA Washington
US-WV West Virginia
US-WI Wisconsin
US-WY Wyoming
District
US-DC District of Columbia
Outlying Areas of the United States †
US-AS American Samoa
US-GU Guam
US-MP Northern Mariana Islands
US-PR Puerto Rico
US-UM U.S. Minor Outlying Islands
US-VI Virgin Islands of the U.S.
† See also separate entries
American Samoa ISO 3166-2:AS
Guam ISO 3166-2:GU
Northern Mariana Islands ISO 3166-2:MP
Puerto Rico ISO 3166-2:PR
U.S. Minor Outlying Islands ISO 3166-2:UM
Virgin Islands of the U.S. ISO 3166-2:VI

See also

  • ISO 3166-2, the reference table for all country region codes.
  • ISO 3166-1, the reference table for all country codes, as used for domain names on the internet.
  • The U.S. Federal Information Processing Standard FIPS 10-4, created by the U.S. Government for identifying certain countries and areas.
  • Federal Information Processing Standard FIPS 5-2, for identifying U.S. States.eo:ISO 3166-2:US

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