239-265 Area and Exchange code includes part of Fort Myers, which belongs to Lee, FL. This area follows the UTC-5 timezone. The zipcodes covered by this code are 33900, 33902, 33903, 33905, 33906, 33907, 33908, 33911, 33912, 33913, 33916, 33917, 33918, 33919, 33966, and 33967. The geographic coordinates for the location covered by 239-265 are: Latitude: 26.64 and
The estimated population of this area is 618754
The Population density is 304.52301745
The male population is 303600
The female population is 315154
The Median resident age is 45.6
Population below 5 years of age is 32866
Population 18 years and above is 497885
Population 65 years and above is 145106
The average household size in this region is 2.35
The total number of housing units are 371099
The total number of occupied housing units are 259818
The number of vacant housing units are 111281
The total number of owner-occupied housing units are 415660
The total number of rented housing units are 75341
The land area covered by this code is 2031879249
The water area covered by this code is 1108380339
The landline phone numbers in this region are operated by Intermedia Communications, Inc. - F
Complete list of numbers in the Interchange: (239) 265
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