The UCLA Web Geocoder offers free Web-based access to UCLA address geocoding services. Street addresses in the United States and United Kingdom are supported. Support for locality-level geocoding is available for many other countries.
This is a batch geocoder that allows for the geocoding of multiple addresses. This geocoder supports input in two formats: (1) lists of addresses, and (2) comma-separated value (CSV) data containing an address field.
The simplest way to use UCLA Geocoder is to enter a list of addresses. To begin, please enter one address per line in the text box below, containing address number, street name, city, and state (when applicable). Do not include postal codes.
Examples of valid addresses:
- 200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA
- 10 Downing St, London
UCLA Geocoder now also supports input data in comma-separated value (CSV) form.
Your street addresses should be encoded using the address form described above and should be stored in a field labeled "ADDRESS" (case sensitive). Any other fields included in the input data will not be used in the geocoding process, but will be preserved in the output.
Example of valid CSV input data:
"200 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA","Los Angeles City Hall"
"100 Garfield Ave, Pasadena, CA","Pasadena City Hall"
"1685 Main St, Santa Monica, CA","Santa Monica City Hall"
"3900 Main St, Riverside, CA","Riverside City Hall"