The Nextdoor Cheer Map will help spot Christmas decorations and displays in the neighborhood


-90% of neighbors at Nextdoor plan to decorate for the holiday season *

-The Cheer Map, sponsored by The Home Depot, is an interactive local guide to find the best Christmas lights and decorations in town

SAN FRANCISCO, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – It’s the best time of the year, and today the Nextdoor (NYSE: KIND) Cheer Map, sponsored by The Home Depot, is back to add some sparkle to neighborhoods this season. No matter what holiday they are celebrating, neighbors can get in the mood by marking their decorated home on the Cheer Map with a colorful holiday icon that represents their seasonal style. From Christmas lights to menorah displays, the best and brightest Christmas decorations can be found in the nearby neighborhoods.

Next holiday cheer map

According to a recent survey by Nextdoor, 90% of neighbors plan to decorate this holiday season. Similar to last year, neighbors started the festivities – 70% put Christmas decorations on in November and 21% decked out the halls with Christmas lights and displays before Thanksgiving. * With the Cheer Map, neighbors can plan the perfect sightseeing route around their Solemnity of the community.

To make the neighborhoods even brighter this Christmas season, Nextdoor, in partnership with The Home Depot, has highlighted nearby shops on the Cheer Map, where neighbors can easily find everything they need to make the holidays fun, festive and stress-free. From beautiful decorations with living trees and bouncy castles to great gift ideas for everyone on your list. For the first time, the companies have also added a holiday guide to the card with decorating inspiration and gift guides.

A survey of adults in The United States carried out on behalf of Nextdoor and The Home Depot found:

  • 83% of those who decorate this year plan to keep their decorations in place throughout December, 42% do not take their decorations off immediately after the New Year

  • The majority of adults in the United States (54%) don’t mind if neighbors forget their outdoor holiday decorations January 1st

  • Only 17% prefer all white Christmas lights to multi-colored Christmas lights

  • About half (49%) plan to explore their own neighborhood to enjoy the Christmas lights and decor **

Neighbors in The United States find the Cheer Map in the Nextdoor app or visit to find the best Christmas lights and decorations in the nearby neighborhoods.

* Numbers come from an online survey of 84,988 Nextdoor users in The United States between November 1, 2021November 8, 2021.

** Figures are from YouGov Plc on behalf of Nextdoor and The Home Depot. The total sample was 2,431 adults. The field work was between November 11th – November 15th, 2021. The survey was carried out online. The numbers have been weighted and are representative of all US adults (18 years and older).

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We believe that connecting with others is a universal human need. That truth, and the fact that neighborhoods are one of the most important communities in our lives, have been guiding principles for Nextdoor from the start.

Today, neighbors in more than 285,000 neighborhoods around the world rely on Nextdoor, including The United States (nearly 1 in 3 US households) that United Kingdom, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Australia, and Canada, there will be many more to come.

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