Nextdoor Partners with Las Vegas to Connect Residents in the Entertainment Capital of the World

Fire Chief William McDonald, Nextdoor Co-Founder Sarah Leary, Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, and Police Captain Shawn Andersen celebrate the announcement.

Nextdoor Co-Founder Sarah Leary celebrates the announcement with Fire Chief William McDonald, Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, and Police Captain Shawn Andersen.

We are excited to officially welcome the City of Las Vegas to the Nextdoor neighborhood!

Yesterday, our Co-Founder, Sarah Leary, visited Las Vegas to join Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman, Fire Chief William McDonald and Police Captain Shawn Andersen to announce a partnership between Nextdoor and the City of Las Vegas. The partnership will enable city agencies to send targeted information to Las Vegas residents who join Nextdoor.

“Las Vegas is an innovative and resourceful city. Joining Nextdoor is another way to further our efforts in making Las Vegas an even better place to call home,” said Mayor Goodman. “Giving residents more avenues to easily and effectively connect with city departments and each other about the things that matter most to their communities will create a stronger and safer Las Vegas.”

More than 110 neighborhoods, representing 60 percent of the city of Las Vegas, have already launched Nextdoor websites. Residents can now expect to receive updates from the the City of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Fire & Rescue, and the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.

To join or start your own Nextdoor website, click here.

Danielle Styskal
Communications Associate

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