The Google Calendar bulk upload spreadsheet supports a general address format, so you can verify your locations in many countries/regions.
Enter the address information for each location using the official postal address format for its region. Depending on the region, address formats can vary widely. Some fields will be required, optional, or not used at all. For example, administrative area is required in Australia, optional in Mexico, and not used in France. Address line 1 and country/region are always required.
You’ll be notified if you need to correct any fields that are missing required information, or contain incorrect information for the location’s region.
|Address line 1:||1599 Amphitheatre Parkway|
|Address line 1:||Avenida Paulista, 358|
|Address line 1:||札幌市中央区北４条西４−2|
To see additional examples of international addresses:
- Sign in to Google My Business and choose the account you would like to manage.
- Click the create icon in the bottom right corner of your screen.
- Click Import locations from a file.
- Click Download sample spreadsheet.
You can have up to 5 address lines per location, but only the first line is required.
All necessary address information that doesn't fit into the other fields listed below. For most countries/regions, the first line will include a street number and street name. Suite numbers, floors, building numbers, etc. may also be included.
Note: Japan addresses should include all information except prefecture and postal code in the address line fields.
Information like cross-streets and nearby landmarks should only be included in regions where the official street address doesn’t accurately pinpoint the business's location.
You can have up to 5 address lines for each location (maximum 80 characters per line). Learn more about address entry guidelines.
- 678 Lafayette Ave
- Graha Bumi Surabaya Lt. V
Jl. Basuki Rahmat no.106 - 128
Sub-localities are not required. They're not used for locations in most countries/regions, such as Japan.
The neighborhood where the business is located. A neighborhood is smaller than a locality (city). (Maximum 80 characters)
For the specific terms used for sub-localities in different countries/regions, refer to the table below.
|Local government area||Nigeria|
- Asa norte (Brazil)
- Bundang-gu (South Korea)
- Centro (Mexico)
Localities are required for locations in most countries/regions. For certain countries/regions they're optional and others, like Japan, don't use them at all.
The city or town where the business is located. In rare cases this may not be the city itself, if the local postal format uses an alternative (e.g. if your business location is in Brooklyn, then “Brooklyn” is listed as the locality instead of “New York City”). (Maximum 80 characters)
For the specific terms used for localities in different countries/regions, refer to the table below.
- Chicago (United States)
- Mumbai (India)
- London (United Kingdom)
Administrative areas may be required, optional, or not used for locations, depending on the country/region.
The state or province where the business is located. Enter the full name (e.g. "California"), common postal abbreviation (e.g. "CA"), or subdivision (ISO 3166-2) code (e.g. "US-CA"). (Maximum 80 characters)
Requirements for this field can vary by language and country/region, so you may need to try entering different variations of your administrative area before it’s accepted. If you encounter errors, try entering your administrative area using:
- A different option listed above. For example, if the full name is not accepted, try using the common postal abbreviation or the ISO 3166-2 code.
- An alternative spelling of the full name.
- A different local language.
- Latin script. For example, if your local language is written in a script like Cyrillic or Kanji, try entering the administrative area name using Latin script.
For the specific terms used for administrative areas in different countries/regions, refer to the table below.
|Emirate||United Arab Emirates|
- California (United States)
- Ontario (Canada)
- Uttar Pradesh (India)
Postal code requirements vary widely by country/region and may be required, optional, or not used.
The postal code of the business. If the postal code begins with zero, make sure that your spreadsheet formatting doesn't automatically remove the zero as the first digit.
For the specific terms used for postal codes in different countries/regions, refer to the table below.
|Postal code||Various countries/regions|
|ZIP code||United States|
Country/Region is required for all locations.
The country or region where the business is located. Enter the full name, or use the two-letter code (ISO 3166-1). See the list of all countries/regions that Google My Business supports