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Area code 315

 

Area code 315

The blue area is New York State; the red area is area code 315

Area code 315 is a telephone area code in upstate New York. It stretches from the eastern border of Monroe County to Little Falls, north to the Canadian border, east to Massena and south to near Cortland. Most of its population lives in Syracuse and its suburbs. Other major population centers include Utica and Watertown. One of the original area codes created in 1947, it has been split once. In 1954, its southern portion was combined with the eastern portion of area code 716 to form area code 607.

New York State regulators announced that 315 had been projected to become "exhausted" in the third quarter of 2010. The New York State Public Service Commission is weighing two options: an overlay area code, or a split into two codes. Future splits would include a north/south arrangement, splitting Oswego County and the north from 315, or an east/west split, with Oswego and Onondaga forming the boundary. Regulators met to discuss a second code in the 315 region; because of economic conditions, assignable numbers did not run out in the third quarter of 2010 as predicted. The revised projected exhaust date is the first quarter of 2017, at which point the 680 area code will be introduced, creating the first overlay in the upstate region.[1][2]

Contents

  • Areas served 1
    • Counties 1.1
    • Cities and towns 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Areas served

Counties

Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Ontario, Oswego, Otsego, Saint Lawrence, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates.

Cities and towns

Oneida, Ontario Center, Ontario, Oriskany, Oriskany Falls, Orwell, Oswegatchie, Oswego, Oxbow, Palmyra, Parish, Parishville, Penn Yan, Pennellville, Peterboro, Phelps, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pierrepont Manor, Plainville, Plessis, Poland, Pompey, Poplar Ridge, Port Byron, Port Gibson, Port Leyden, Potsdam, Preble, Prospect, Pulaski, Pultneyville, Pyrites, Raquette Lake, Raymondville, Red Creek, Redfield, Redwood, Remsen, Rensselaer Falls, Richfield Springs, Richland, Richville, Rodman, Rome, Romulus, Rooseveltown, Rose, Russell, Sackets Harbor, Salisbury Center, Sandy Creek, Sangerfield, Sauquoit, Savannah, Schuyler Lake, Scipio Center, Seneca Castle, Seneca Falls, Sherrill, Skaneateles Falls, Skaneateles, Sodus, Sodus Point, Solsville, Solvay, South Butler, South Colton, South Otselic, Springfield Center, Star Lake, Sterling, Stittville, Stratford, Sylvan Beach, Syracuse, Taberg, Thendara, Theresa, Thousand Island Park, Three Mile Bay, Tully, Turin, Union Springs, Utica, Van Hornesville, Vernon Center, Vernon, Verona Beach, Verona, Waddington, Walworth, Wampsville, Wanakena, Warners, Washington Mills, Waterloo, Watertown, Waterville, Weedsport, Wellesley Island, West Eaton, West Edmeston, West Leyden, West Monroe, West Stockholm, West Winfield, Westdale, Westernville, Westmoreland, Whitesboro, Williamson, Williamstown, Winthrop, Wolcott, Woodgate, and Yorkville.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.nanpa.com/reports/NPA_Relief_Activity_Status_Report.pdf
  2. ^ "And the new second area code for Central and Northern New York is…".  

External links

  • NANPA Area Code Map of New York
  • List of exchanges from AreaCodeDownload.com, 315 Area Code
New York area codes: 212, 315, 347, 516, 518, 585, 607, 631, 646, 716, 718, 845, 914, 917, 929
North: 613/343
West: 585 area code 315(/680) East: 518
South: 607
Ontario area codes: 226, 249, 289, 343, 365, 416, 519, 613, 647, 705, 807, 905

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