Neighborhood Discussion Questions

A Neighborhood is a geographically localized community within a larger city, town, suburb, or rural area.

Neighborhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among members

These are 40 different neighborhood conversation questions divided into three different sets.

How to Use these Conversation Questions

You are probably interested in learning how to use conversation questions in the classroom.

There are several ways to use these and other conversation questions found on

  • You can print these questions, cut them out and put them in a plastic or paper bag, and ask learners to grab one and answer them.
  • You can print the different sets, give the set to the learners and ask them to talk about them for three minutes.

Now, let’s check the three different sets of conversation questions

Neighborhood Conversation Questions: Part A

These are the first ten neighborhood questions

  1.  When did you move into the neighborhood?
  2. Do you like your neighborhood? What do you like about it?
  3. Does your neighborhood have all the facilities you need?
  4. What facilities would you like to add to your neighborhood?
  5. What would you like to change about your neighborhood?
  6. What do you like about your community?
  7. Did you like the neighborhood where you grew up?
  8. Is your neighborhood close to downtown

Neighborhood Conversation Questions: Part B

These are the first ten neighborhood questions

  1. How would you describe your neighborhood?
  2. Is your neighborhood convenient for raising children?
  3. Where is the best place to eat in your city?
  4. Where is there a lot of crime in your city?
  5. Have you ever participated in any neighborhood events or activities?
  6. What’s the best place to shop in your city?
  7. Which is the most expensive area to live in your city?
  8. What questions would you make before buying a house?
  9. Is your neighborhood generally safe and peaceful?
  10. Is your neighborhood diverse in terms of age, ethnicity, and income level?

Neighborhood Conversation Questions: Part D

These are the third set of neighborhood questions

  • Do you know your neighbors well?
  • How many of your neighbors do you know?
  • Have you ever had any issues or concerns with your neighbors?
  • Do you have nosy neighbors?
  • Do you have noisy neighbors?
  • What kind of neighbors don’t you like?
  • What kind of neighbors do you like?
  • Do any of your neighbors have a pet? Have you ever had a pet problem with them?

Neighborhood Conversation Questions: Part D

These are the fourth set of neighborhood questions

  1. Are health services available in your city?
  2. Are there any restaurants or cafes in your neighborhood?
  3. Are there supermarkets near where you live?
  4. How many gas stations are there in your city?
  5. Are there several banks near where you live?
  6. How many schools are there nearby?
  7. Is there a small park in your neighborhood?
  8. Are there any public transportation options available in your neighborhood?

More Conversation Questions

The questions we’ve compiled in this blog post are designed to help you share what you think about your neighborhood.

Do you want more conversation questions about a broad variety of topics?

Manuel Campos, English Professor

Manuel Campos

I am Jose Manuel, English professor and creator of, a blog whose mission is to share lessons for those who want to learn and improve their English