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US City Neighborhoods – Choose City


First choose a US city by typing it in the format ‘City, State’ – i.e. ‘San Francisco, CA’ (use ‘St’ for ‘Saint’ and no punctuation other than the comma separating city and state) – then name the neighborhoods in that city mostly based on neighborhood divisions – if I find a better file other than Zillow’s I will replace a city with that one. There are 147 cities (mostly large to medium-sized) with multiple neighborhoods for which Zillow had available shapefiles, so if you try a city and it doesn’t work it isn’t one that is available. Neighborhoods will switch from blue to red shading as they are guessed. Quiz may take a few moments to load as there is a lot of data (over 40MB).

Enter 'City, State' to begin - i.e. 'Houston, TX'.
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10 months ago

Baltimore: Would it be possible to use the files available from maryland dot gov as a source? (Not linking to avoid tripping spam flags but it should be easy to find.) The actual neighborhood list is far, far bigger than the one currently in the quiz.

1 year ago

none of your Phoenix neighborhoods work. Zillow is stupid as their neighborhoods aren’t actual neighborhoods… So says me, born and raised 55 years…

3 years ago

St. Paul, Minnesota – Payne Phalen, not Payne Phallen. and Merriam Park, not Merrlam Park.

3 years ago

Shreveport, LA – Cedar Grove-Lynbrook isn’t recognized.

3 years ago

Vancouver, WA – Harney Heights is misspelled as “Hamey Heights.”

4 years ago

In Seattle, “Wedgewood” is misspelled as “Wedgwood”

3 years ago
Reply to  darin

Actually Wedgwood is correct.

5 years ago

You seemed to have misspelled “Portage Park,” in Chicago.

8 years ago

As a San Francisco resident, some of the SF neighborhood names included in this quiz are not the names by which anyone refers to these neighborhoods. There’s really no neighborhood called “Downtown”. That area is the “Civic Center”. Also, you should accept “Castro” for “Castro – Upper Market”. I’ve never heard of “West of Twin Peaks” before. That area is West Portal or perhaps St Francis Wood. The 0%’s next to “West of Twin Peaks” and “Castro-Upper Market” are indicative of the fact that nobody refers to the neighborhoods in those ways. Zillow isn’t the best reference.

8 years ago


Sugar Land should be two words (and is not part of Houston)

A bit mean to require “greater” for the two that include “greater” although I figured that out

Pasadena is misspelt (and is not part of Houston), and the area that shows up for appears to include Clear Lake (which is part of Houston)

Far Northeast appears to be a Zillow-created designation; I’d recommend accepting Kingwood since it’s basically Kingwood and Bush Intercontinental that shows up

Not sure what to recommend for Southeast, since Zillow just groups half a dozen different neighbors under that banner.

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