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Nextdoor 6h
Replying to @hallapenyo
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Nextdoor 6h
Replying to @hallapenyo
Hey, neighbor! Visit:
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Nextdoor 7h
. Hey, neighbor! We 💚 that you 💚 Nextdoor. Thanks for the shoutout!
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Nextdoor 7h
Replying to @pau1b_68
Hi, Paul. Apologies for this. Can you follow us and send us a DM? Please include your name, contact information, and case #.
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Nextdoor Sep 14
Replying to @MichaelMWalter
911 should ALWAYS be the first line for emergencies. Social media offers support.
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Nextdoor Sep 14
Replying to @errylilstep
Welcome, neighbor!
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Joseph Porcelli Sep 14
If any partners need assistance with , feel free to reach out to and me. We've got your back, neighbor!
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Good Morning America Sep 14
How to use technology to find help in the storm: has the potentially live saving apps
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Robbie Turner Sep 13
Great article from Wired. If you are a public agency and not yet on you can sign up at . If you are a resident and want to join in the conversation in your neighborhood, you can sign up at
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Nextdoor Sep 13
"Unable to reach the authorities through standard channels, many Houston residents turned instead to social-media platforms such as Nextdoor."
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Nextdoor Sep 13
"Social Media can be a lifeline during natural disasters. When 911 went down during Harvey in 2017, people trapped by the rising waters used Twitter, Facebook, and Nextdoor to reach authorities." Now with , we've seen member posts double.
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Nextdoor Sep 13
Replying to @toes_out_
Send for help here:
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Nextdoor Sep 13
Replying to @toes_out_
Of course! Send us a DM to let us know how we may help.
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Nextdoor Sep 13
We're bringing neighbors -in more creative ways for some- together. Just ask who mentioned using Nextdoor for her newest adventures when speaking to :
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Nextdoor Sep 13
"The biggest thing is to check on neighbors. Go on Nextdoor. Check on elderly who might think it's okay to stay home. This is a time when the community is going to have to come together & help each other out" Mayor Pro Tem
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NCMEC Sep 13
Replying to @prak @Nextdoor and 2 others
NCMEC is proud to partner with and encourages families evacuating the path of to have a plan a share it with their children in the event that they become separated.
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Nextdoor Sep 13
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Nextdoor Sep 13
Grab those green thumbs and head to Nextdoor’s NEW Interests feature, where neighbors can connect to discuss and share all things .
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IMPD Sep 12
Replying to @BLGerig @Nextdoor
When the police and community come together, great things can happen!! Thank you for the kind words!
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Prakash Janakiraman Sep 13
We take our role in disaster preparedness and response very seriously. Being connected to your neighbors and having access to critical information like this makes a huge difference - especially when the public infrastructure is under strain.
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