Nextdoor is where you connect to the neighborhoods that matter to you so you can belong.
By bringing neighbors and organizations together, we can cultivate a kinder world where everyone has a neighborhood they can rely on.
The neighborhood network
Neighbors around the world turn to Nextdoor daily to receive trusted information, give and get help, get things done, and build real-world connections with those nearby — neighbors, businesses, and public services.
We believe connecting with others is a universal human need. That truth, and the reality that neighborhoods are among the most important communities in our lives, have been guiding principles for Nextdoor since the beginning.
Nextdoor by the numbers
- 11 countries
- 280,000 neighborhoods globally
- Nearly 1 in 3 U.S. households
- 54 million business recommendations from neighbors
Connecting the neighborhood
We recognize that thriving communities are made up of the neighbors and organizations that build stronger, more vibrant, and resilient neighborhoods.
Neighbors — Connect with the people you already wave to in your neighborhood, or those you have yet to meet.
Businesses — Instantly reach your most valuable customers — your neighbors — and become a trusted part of the neighborhood.
Nonprofits — Engage with the people who need you most and find support from donors nearby with features like Sell for Good.
Public agencies — Share critical, real-time information directly at the neighborhood level.
How we’re different
Trust — We ensure you’re connected to real people in neighborhoods that matter to you.
Local perspective — Whether you need to find a local professional or a lost dog, your neighbors can help — and you can reach out to them instantly.
Proximity — You’re automatically connected to everyone nearby so you can build real-world connections.
A global neighborhood
Neighbors in the United States, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia, Denmark, Sweden, and Canada are using Nextdoor to meet, gather, exchange, and share.