Most numbers within Area Code 226 are located in the following cities: Jacksonville Beach, Winston Salem, Crown Point, Marion, Mebane, Pawnee, Greensboro, Ardmore, Burlington, Los Angeles, Goldston, Lansing, Paducah, Sugar Land, Seattle, Lexington, Reidsville, Linwood, Racine, Crewe, Canandaigua, Renton, Sparta, Baton Rouge, Graham, Winona, Woodleaf, Pelham, Cairo, Prairieville, Bluff City, Ashland, Rosemead, Potts Camp, Jackson, Remington, Madison, Schenectady, Monrovia, Waterford, Louisville, Caneyville, Granada Hills, High Point, Fort Wayne, Claremore, Somerset, Olathe, Waterbury, Lakeshore, Bay Saint Louis, Randleman, Julian, Moreno Valley, Indianapolis, Redding, Saucier, Lake Park, Chalk Hill, Memphis, Eden, Vienna, Asheboro, Axton, Palatine, Summerfield, Denham Springs, Valdosta, Cawood, Climax, Hampton Bays, Plaquemine, Trinity, Pascagoula, Walnut Cove, Detroit, Taylors, Pasadena, South Pasadena, Charlotte, Grenada, Denton, Gulfport, Cantonment, Kent, Seagrove, Kernersville, Ruffin, Columbus, King.
Winston Salem, Crown Point, Marion, Mebane, Pawnee, Greensboro, Ardmore, Burlington, Los Angeles, Goldston, Lansing, Paducah, Sugar Land, Seattle and Lexington
About Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Jacksonville Beach is a city on the Atlantic coast of Duval County, Florida, east of Jacksonville. It is part of the Jacksonville Beaches community, together with Mayport, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Ponte Vedra Beach. When the city of Jacksonville consolidated with Duval County in 1968, Jacksonville Beach, together with Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, and Baldwin, voted to retain their own municipal governments. The population was 20,990 at the 2000 census; as of 2005, the population estimate by the U.S. Census Bureau is 21,770, giving the city a population density of 2,827/mi² (1,094/km²).