Area Code 802

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 802 serves the state of Vermont.

The table below shows the towns and cities that use area code 802

Albany
Alburg
Arlington
Ascutney
Barnet
Barre
Barton
Beecher Falls
Bellows Falls
Bennington
Benson
Bethel
Bradford
Brandon
Brattleboro
Bristol
Burlington
Cabot
Cambridge
Canaan
Castleton
Cavendish
Chester
Concord
Coventry
Danville
Derby Center
Derby Line
Dorset
East Barre
East Burke
East Middlebury
East Montpelier
Enosburg Falls
Essex Junction
Fair Haven
Fairlee
Glover
Graniteville
Greensboro
Greensboro Bend
Groton
Hardwick
Hartland
Hinesburg
Hyde Park
Irasburg
Island Pond
Jacksonville
Jeffersonville
Jericho
Johnson
Lowell
Ludlow
Lyndonville
Manchester
Manchester Center
Marshfield
Middlebury
Milton
Montpelier
Morrisville
Newbury
Newfane
Newport
Newport Center
North Bennington
Northfield
North Hartland
North Springfield
North Troy
North Westminster
Norwich
Old Bennington
Orleans
Perkinsville
Pittsford
Plainfield
Poultney
Proctorsville
Putney
Quechee
Randolph
Readsboro
Richford
Richmond
Rochester
Rutland
St. Albans
St. Johnsbury
Saxtons River
Shelburne
South Barre
South Burlington
South Royalton
South Shaftsbury
Springfield
Stowe
Swanton
Troy
Vergennes
Waitsfield
Wallingford
Waterbury
Websterville
Wells
Wells River
West Brattleboro
West Burke
Westminster
West Rutland
White River Junction
Wilder
Williamstown
Wilmington
Windsor
Winooski
Woodstock
Worcester