For the first time, neighbours can move the Treat Map and see pins in neighbourhoods beyond their own
Halloween season is here, and this is the best way to celebrate.
Nextdoor’s annual Treat Map is back! Using the interactive Treat Map, you can find which houses in your neighbourhood are taking part in the festivities and rewarding trick-or-treaters.
Curious which neighbour has the scariest Halloween display? Want to discover who is handing out king-sized candy bars?
The Treat Map has you covered.
Nextdoor’s Treat Map allows you to:
- Explore: Navigate through your neighbourhood using the interactive map. Pumpkin icons will mark participating homes.
- Join the fun: On Halloween night, in your spookiest costumes, follow the Treat Map for an evening of excitement.
- Share: Don’t forget to mark your own home on the map if you’re handing out treats. Spread the Halloween spirit in your community!
From now through the end of the month, neighbours can access the Treat Map from Nextdoor’s Discover tab to start sharing their Halloween plans.
AND…Nextdoor Canada is proud to partner with Food Allergy Canada, helping make Halloween safe and inclusive for every child! Consider purchasing non-food treats such as stickers, small Halloween themed jewelry and toys instead of treats to offer to the over 600,000 Canadian Children who face food allergy. Then, #ShineATealLight from your porch as a symbol that your home is safe for them! Be sure to pin on our Treat Map at Nextdoor, letting families facing food allergy know your home is safe!