814-339 Area and Exchange code includes part of Osceola Mills, which belongs to Clearfield, PA. This area follows the UTC-5 timezone. The zipcode covered by this code is 16666. The geographic coordinates for the location covered by 814-339 are: Latitude: 40.83 and
The estimated population of this area is 81642
The Population density is 27.5369512996
The male population is 42126
The female population is 39516
The Median resident age is 42.9
Population below 5 years of age is 4053
Population 18 years and above is 65346
Population 65 years and above is 14258
The average household size in this region is 2.37
The total number of housing units are 38644
The total number of occupied housing units are 32288
The number of vacant housing units are 6356
The total number of owner-occupied housing units are 60679
The total number of rented housing units are 7463
The land area covered by this code is 2964816225
The water area covered by this code is 23933885
The landline phone numbers in this region are operated by Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc - Pa
Complete list of numbers in the Interchange: (814) 339
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