Area code 219 is the telephone area code for northwestern Indiana, which includes the statewide portion of the Chicago metropolitan area, including Lake, Porter, La Porte, Newton and Jasper Counties. Zip code 46341 is located in this region and covers a slightly larger than average land area compared to other zip codes in the United States. It also has a slightly lower than average population density. This means that if you want to make a call to a Hebron Indiana phone number, you must use area code 219. By 1936, three passenger trains a day passed through Hebron to Chicago, providing access to world markets.
If you are unsure of the full 9-digit zip code, you can fill in the 5-digit zip code to avoid losing the package. This page contains a list of 9-digit postal codes for HEBRON, as well as information about its population, schools, museums, libraries, universities, hospitals, post offices and random addresses in HEBRON. To call a telephone from abroad to the Hebron, Indiana area, you must dial the United States international prefix (+), followed by the area code for Hebron, Indiana (219), and then the local telephone number you want to call. The percentage of children under 18 living in zip code 46341 is slightly higher than average compared to other areas of the country. Blain from the Associate Reform Presbyterian Presbyterian Church in Hebron requested a post office named after his church.
In addition to information about Hebron, IN area codes, read more about the details of the 219 area code and Indiana area codes. Landline telephone numbers in the United States, the state of Indiana and Hebron consist of one country code (+), three-digit area code, three-digit local office code (or region code) and four-digit line code. It should be noted that all calls from one country to another country - for example calls from outside the U. S. to U.
telephone numbers in Hebron - will cost more than calls made within the same country.