Area Code 219

What is an Area Code? An area code is a section of a telephone number that denotes the broad area that the phone receiving the call is based in. Area codes were first introduced circa 1947 for operator use only. Area codes are three-digit numbers that represent Numbering Plan Areas (NPAs). The area code for a particular city or region is the series of numbers that you have to dial before someone’s number if you are making a phone call to that place from a different area. Area code 219 serves the state of Indiana.

The table below shows the towns and cities that use area code 219

Aberdeen
Beverly Shores
Brook
Burns Harbor
Cedar Lake
Chalmers
Chesterton
Collegeville
Crown Point
De Motte
Dune Acres
Dyer
Earl Park
East Chicago
Fish Lake
Francesville
Gary
Goodland
Griffith
Hammond
Hanna
Hebron
Highland
Hobart
Kentland
Kingsbury
Kingsford Heights
Kouts
La Crosse
Lake Dalecarlia
Lakes of the Four Seasons
Lake Station
Lake Village
La Porte
Long Beach
Lowell
Medaryville
Merrillville
Michiana Shores
Michigan City
Monon
Morocco
Mount Ayr
Munster
New Chicago
Ogden Dunes
Portage
Porter
Pottawattamie Park
Remington
Rensselaer
Reynolds
Rolling Prairie
Roselawn
St. John
Salt Creek Commons
San Pierre
Schererville
Schneider
Shelby
Shorewood Forest
South Haven
Town of Pines
Trail Creek
Valparaiso
Wanatah
Westville
Wheatfield
Wheeler
Whiting
Winfield
Wolcott