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279 Phone Number
The 279 area code is in California, United States.
Area code 279 is in the Pacific time zone (UTC -8).
Covers Rancho Cordova, Roseville, Elk Grove, and Folsom outside of Sacramento.
California's 279 area code serves portions of Sacramento, Placer, Yolo, and El Dorado Counties.
Other nearby area codes includes:
Area Code 530 - Redding
Area Code 707 - Santa Rosa
Area Code 925 - Concord
Area Code 209/350 - Stockton
History of 279
The California area code 279 was first put in service March 10, 2018. 279 was created to help alleviate the phone numbers from area code 916, which was one of the original prefixes created in 1947 by the North American Numbering Plan Association (NANPA).
Things To Do Near
There are many activities for locals + visitors to see and do in the 279 area code (Sacramento County).
Things to do in Sacramento, California tend to includes California State Capitol, Old Sacramento State Historic Park, California State Railroad Museum and much more.
California State Capitol
The state's neoclassical Capitol building houses the state's government offices and is open for tours. Visitors can explore the architecture, artwork, and history.
Old Sacramento State Historic Park
This preserved historic district captures the charm of the Gold Rush era with its wooden sidewalks, historic buildings, and period-appropriate shops and restaurants.
California State Railroad Museum
Located in Old Sacramento, this museum showcases the history of railroads in California, with an impressive collection of trains and interactive exhibits.
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For Craigslist, Facebook, eBay purchases or sales so that people don’t have your personal information and don’t bother you after the sale or purchase has been made
Can I buy a local 279 California phone number?
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What are the other California local area codes?
You can find the California local area codes here.
Can I port my existing 279 number to Phoner?
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