Arlington Heights, IL Public agencies
Arlington Heights Police Department

Village of Arlington Heights

NEIGHBORHOODS

Arbor Lakes, Arlington Heights, IL

Arlingdale

Arlington Hts Pioneer Pk – Nextdoor

Arlington Terrace, Arlington Heights, IL

Arlington Vista

Ashton, Arlington Heights, IL

Berkeley Square

Carlyle Pl

Cedar Glen

Clarendon – Windsor, Arlington Heights, IL

Clearwater Park, Arlington Heights, IL

Courts of Russetwood

Courtyards of Arlington

Creekside, Arlington Heights, IL

Dana Point

E Orchard

Greenbrier

Greens, Arlington Heights, IL

Grove St, Arlington Heights, IL

Hasbrook

Heritage Park

Jackson Dr

Jules, Marion, Talbot

Lake Arlington

Lake Briarwood

Lk Arlington Towne North

Lost Creek James

Lynn Ct

Methodist Park

N Arlington Heights Rd

N Belmont Ave

N Haddow-E Suffield-N Douglas

North Arlington Heights

Northgate

North Lake Arlington, Arlington Heights, IL

North of Oakton, Arlington Heights, IL

North Stratford Rd

Olive/Thomas, Arlington Heights, IL

Park Manor

Rand/Thomas – Nextdoor

Rec park

Regent Park, Arlington Heights, IL

Ridge Park

Scarsdale

Scarsdale Estates

Stonegate

Tanglewood

Terramere

Volz

We Go Park

Westgate Meadows, Arlington Heights

Whispering Winds

Willoway

Wilshire

Windfield

W Shure Dr/W Cellular Dr

ABOUT NEXTDOOR
The social media network Nextdoor involves neighbors reporting and sharing news and events in their neighborhood, which usually consists of 100 to 3000 households. In 2018 Nextdoor reported the average size of a neighborhood is 700 households.

People using Nextdoor are supposed to use their real names and physical addresses. The visibility of posts is not public, and ostensibly not defined by friends, groups or topics, as happens in other social-media platforms. Instead, visibility is supposedly determined by the geographical neighborhood in which users actually reside, creating a hyperlocal trend