Terence Bay Postal Codes
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Terence Bay city is located in Nova Scotia, Canada
You can search for the Terence Bay NS postal codes by its streets and block numbers
Terence Bay Area Code is 902 and Time Zone is Atlantic (GMT -04:00).
Terence Bay Postal Code - Nova Scotia
Terence Bay Postal Code is a six-character string that forms part of a postal address in Canada. Like British and Dutch postcodes, Terence Bay - NS postal codes are alphanumeric.
The first three characters (alpha-numeric-alpha) of the postal code which represent a geographic area in Terence Bay.
The last three characters denote a Terence Bay local delivery unit (LDU). An LDU denotes a specific single Terence Bay address or range of addresses, which can correspond to an entire small town, a significant part of a medium-sized town, a single side of a city block in larger cities, a single large building or a portion of a very large one, a single (large) institution in Terence Bay, Nova Scotia, such as a university or a hospital, or a business that receives large volumes of mail on a regular basis
If you want to send a mail to Terence Bay City, you should use the corresponding Postal Code.