The top ten U.S. cities for treats this Halloween

Cary, North Carolina Earns First Place in Nextdoor’s 2015 City Rankings

San Francisco, CA, October 1, 2015 – As the nation gears up for the most neighborly of holidays, Halloween, Nextdoor has released the Top Ten U.S. Cities for Treats. For the first time, Nextdoor analyzed data from the tens of thousands of neighborhoods that use the platform’s annual Treat Map feature to create this list. Trick-or-treaters in these top cities will hit the candy jackpot this Halloween.

Top Ten U.S. Cities for Treats:

  1. Cary, NC
  2. Ann Arbor, MI
  3. Omaha, NE
  4. Columbus, OH
  5. Frisco, TX
  6. Orlando, FL
  7. Downers Grove, IL
  8. Greenville, SC
  9. Baton Rouge, LA
  10. Boise, ID

List methodology: This list is based on the ratio of Nextdoor neighbors who indicated they were passing out candy on their neighborhood’s Treat Map to the total number of Nextdoor neighbors in a city. Data was analyzed in U.S. cities where more than 5,000 neighbors are using Nextdoor.

Each day neighbors across the country rely on Nextdoor to connect about the things that matter most in their communities. Every October, neighbors use Nextdoor’s Treat Map to let each other know they will be passing out candy by marking their home on their neighborhood’s Treat Map with the ultimate Halloween icon, a candy corn. Parents and trick-or-treaters can use the map to plan their routes ahead of time.

“Passing out Halloween candy is one of the most neighborly things you can do,” said Nirav Tolia, Co-Founder and CEO of Nextdoor. “We are excited to share this year’s list of the Top Ten U.S. Cities for Treats and encourage neighbors everywhere to show their Halloween spirit by adding their own homes to their neighborhood’s Treat Map.”

Custom lists are also available for the Top Ten Neighborhoods for Treats in select cities. Please send a request to if you would like one for your area.

About, Inc.

Nextdoor ( is the free and private social network for neighborhoods. Using Nextdoor’s platform, available on the Web and mobile devices, neighbors create private neighborhood websites where they get to know one another, ask questions, exchange local advice and recommendations, and organize virtual neighborhood watches to reduce crime. More than 75,000 neighborhoods across the country are using Nextdoor to build happier and safer places to call home.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., Nextdoor is a privately-held company with the backing of prominent investors, including Benchmark, Greylock Partners, Tiger Global Management, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Redpoint Ventures, Insight Venture Partners, Shasta Ventures, Meritech, Coatue, and Comcast Ventures.

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