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Where is the 815 Area Code?

The 815 Area Code (or Area Code 815) is located in the state of IL. Area Code 815 is one of the 269 3-digit telephone area codes in the USA. It covers roughly 3 unique phone numbers and 3 individuals near the city of La Salle

Location & Map

Most numbers within Area Code 815 are located in the following cities: La Salle, Sheridan, Oglesby, Joliet, Crystal Lake, Coal City, Woodstock, Fulton, Rockford, Sterling, Kankakee, New Lenox, Dekalb, Lockport, Milledgeville, Plainfield, Freeport, Byron, Gardner, Pecatonica, Caledonia, Northbrook, Minooka, Mount Carroll, Earlville, Durand, Grand Ridge, Dixon, Kempton, Cabery, Streator, Thomson, Waterman, Gilman, Onarga, Danforth, Roscoe, Mchenry, Savanna, Frankfort, Galena, Hinckley, Verona, Poplar Grove, La Grange, Princeton, Shannon, Utica, Ottawa, Manhattan, Crescent City, Morris, Belvidere, Cherry Valley, Winnebago, Granville, La Moille, Franklin Grove, Seneca, Cornell, Harmon, Sublette, German Valley, Reddick, Winslow, Lostant, Lena, Elwood, Dwight, Ohio, Walnut, Rochelle, South Beloit, Braidwood, Kinsman, Monroe Center, Steward, Morrison, Pontiac, Herscher, Saint Anne, Martinton, Sheldon, Watseka, Beaverville, Putnam, Tampico, Tonica, Pearl City, Manlius, Depue, Mazon, Dakota, Momence, Toluca, Ashton, Sheffield, Cissna Park, Grant Park, Manteno, Yorkville, Wilmington, Donovan, Apple River, Lanark, Leland, Compton, Somonauk, Marseilles, Mendota, Union, Kirkland, Prophetstown, East Dubuque, Harvard, Marengo, Sandwich, Polo, Spring Grove, Ransom, Hanover, Oregon, Garden Prairie, Elizabeth, Flanagan, Graymont, Rockton, Paw Paw, West Brooklyn, Chatsworth, Stillman Valley, Tiskilwa, Cullom, Hebron, Wonder Lake, Forrest, Bureau, Spring Valley, Richmond, Milford, Chadwick, Piper City, Strawn, Fairbury, Clifton, Newark, Chebanse, Ashkum, Wyanet, Saunemin, Lyndon, Mount Morris, Leaf River, Sycamore, Warren, Booneville, Genoa, Orangeville, Shabbona, Malta, Maple Park, Davis, Mc Connell, Forreston, Stockton, Scales Mound, Wenona, Long Point, Amboy, Rutland, Magnolia, Peru, Ladd, Hennepin, Emington, Chenoa, Wellington, Odell.

Time Zone & Current Time

The 815 area code lies within the Central Standard Time (or CST). The current time in Central Standard Time is 09:41 AM on 07/29/2015.

Top Cities

La Salle, Sheridan, Oglesby, Joliet, Crystal Lake, Coal City, Woodstock, Joliet, Fulton, Rockford, Joliet, Joliet, Sterling, Kankakee, New Lenox, Kankakee, Dekalb, Rockford, Crystal Lake, and La Salle

Population Demographics

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La Salle, IL
Neighborhood statistics for La Salle, IL
Avg. Property Value
Avg. Household Income
Top Occupations
27% Sales
22% Management
Average Age
59 years old
49% Female
Top Ethnicities
87% Caucasian
5% Other

About La Salle, IL

LaSalle is a city in LaSalle County, Illinois, United States, located at the intersection of Interstates 39 and 80. It is part of the Ottawa – Streator Micropolitan Statistical Area. Originally platted in 1837 over one square mile, the city's boundaries have grown to 12 square miles (31 km 2). City boundaries extend from the Illinois River and Illinois and Michigan Canal to a mile north of Interstate 80 and from the city of Peru on the west to the village of North Utica on the east. Starved Rock State Park is located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) to the east. The population in 2010 was 9,601, down from 9,796 of the 2000 census. LaSalle and its twin city, Peru, make up the core of the Illinois Valley. Due to their combined dominance of the zinc processing industry in the early 1900s, they were collectively nicknamed "Zinc City."