If you are having problems finding an address on PolicyMap, here are some suggestions. For our example, we will use:
1315 Walnut Street, Suite 1500, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Here are suggested ways you could enter the address:
- 1315 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
- 1315 Walnut Street, 19107
- 1315 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA
- 1315 Walnut St 19107
Finally, here are some tips which will help locate your address:
- An address must have a street number.
- If you have a zip code for an address, always use it in the search.
- State names can be abbreviated.
- Streets, avenues, boulevards, etc can also be abbreviated.
- Apt, Units, Number, or anything normally in Address2 should not be in included in your search.
- Ranges of address with hyphens (e.g. 123-127 Main Street) will not be found, users need to search for one address from the range.
- Some hyphenated addresses, such as those in Queens, NY (e.g. 65-30 Kissena Blvd) can be entered without the hyphen (e.g. 6530 Kissena Blvd).
- If a street has a secondary name, use the secondary name first to search (e.g. Highway 99 in Winston, OR is also named Dillard Highway).
- Cross streets cannot be used to identify an address.
If you are having problems finding city on PolicyMap, here are some suggestions.
- Some cities in an address will not match the zip code. Search with just the address and zip code to find the city;
- * e.g. Silver Spring, MD 20910 is recognized as Unincorporated Montgomery County, MD
- Search without the city designation;
- * e.g. Pueblo City, Co should be Pueblo, CO
- If you are searching for a city or county, make sure you add the state and do not abbreviate the city name;
- * e.g. Philadelphia, PA