Nextdoor is the free and private social network just for those living in your neighborhood.
There are more than 700 folks who are living in Newport and over 83,000 communities across the U.S. using Nextdoor to strengthen their neighborhoods.
On Nextdoor, neighbors share crime and safety concerns, local-events, recommendations, items for sale/free, ideas about how to make your neighborhood better, and more.
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More About Nextdoor
Nextdoor is the free and private social network for neighborhoods. On Nextdoor, neighbors create private websites for their neighborhoods where they can ask questions, get to know one another, and exchange local advice and recommendations.
Thousands of neighborhoods across the country are already using Nextdoor to:
- Find trustworthy local resources, such as babysitters, plumbers, and dentists
- Report suspicious activity and local crime
- Organize neighborhood events, such as garage sales and block parties
- Get assistance in finding lost pets and missing packages
- Sell or give away items, like an old kitchen table or bike
Nextdoor’s mission is to use the power of technology to build stronger and safer neighborhoods. The inspiration behind Nextdoor was to give people a social network to connect them to one of the most important communities in their lives – the neighborhood. Nextdoor believes that when neighbors start talking, good things happen.
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