About Texas Area Code 409

The 409 area code includes Texas cities Anahuac, Beaumont, Bronson, China, Colmesneil, Double Bayou, Galveston, Hankamer, Hemphill, Hitchcock, Jasper, Kountze, La Marque, Lumberton, Milam, Nederland, Nome, Pineland, Port Arthur, Port Neches, Santa Fe, Sour Lake, Texas City, Wallisville, Warren, Westbury, Wildwood, Woodville.

Nearby area codes are 281, 318, 337, 346, 713, 832 and 936.
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Extended information

North American area code 409 is a state of Texas telephone area code for numbers in the Beaumont and Galveston areas. It was created March 19, 1983, in a split from area code 713. Initially it consisted of a ring that completely surrounded the Houston metro area, but in 2000 it was divided into three sections. The 409 area code was retained by the eastern segment, which includes Beaumont.

Counties Served by this area code are Chambers, Galveston, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, Trinity, and Tyler.

Towns and cities served by this area code are Anahuac, Beaumont, Bon Wier, Bridge City, Bronson, Brookeland, Buna, Burkeville, Call, Camden, Cedar Lane, Centralia, China, Colmesneil, Dallardsville, Deweyville, Doucette, Evadale, Fred, Galveston, Geneva, Gilchrist, Glidden, Groves, Hamshire, Hankamer, Hemphill, High Island, Hillister, Hitchcock, Jasper, Kirbyville, Kountze, La Marque, Lissie, Lumberton, Mauriceville, Milam, Millican, Mumford, Nederland, Newton, Nome, Orange, Orangefield, Pierce, Pineland, Port Arthur, Port Bolivar, Port Neches, Roans Prairie, Sabine Pass, Santa Fe, Silsbee, Snook, Sour Lake, Spurger, Stowell, Texas City, Thicket, Vidor, Village Mills, Wallisville, Warren, Wiergate, Winnie, Woodlake, and Woodville.

409 Area Code Exchanges 100-153:

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