Frisco is the fastest growing city in the United States and the ZIP code 75034 has begun to exhaust its ZIP plus fours. More than 10,000 residential addresses and 400 commercial addresses will use the new 75033 ZIP code beginning July 1.
Over the last decade, new businesses have followed nearly 90,000 new residents into the city -- bringing about the need for the new zip code.
Frisco gets new ZIP code
New Zip Code, 75033, Announced for Part of Frisco TX
The boundaries of the new ZIP code are Highway 380 to the north, Preston Road to the east, FM 423 to the west and Main Street to the south. Even numbered addresses on Main Street will use the new ZIP code, while odd numbered addresses will retain their 75034 code. No changes were made to Frisco's other ZIP code, 75035.
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Frisco Mayor Maher Maso said "it's never a fun thing to go through, especially for those that are getting the new zip code, but it's something that we have been expecting for a long time."
** Do NOT submit a 'Change of Address Request' **
McKinney Boyd of the United States Postal Service said residents should not file a change of address form with the postal service. Instead, they should go to the Frisco Post Office and ask for a post card that will allow them to notify newspapers and magazines of their new address. Any stationary and return address labels that have the old ZIP code may be used after July 1, as they will still be deliverable until July 1, 2012. To see if you will be affected by the Zip Code Change, please see the list of subdivisions below: Questions and Answers