First and foremost, it's important that you understand the key difference here is regarding their hierarchy. City pages are considered a top level, whereas Neighborhood pages are considered a second level.

Here is a visual representation of the hierarchy:

Perhaps this hierarchy is best demonstrated via the Featured Areas page of your website (normally located at

And you will also be able to see related Areas/Neighborhoods/Developments in the sticky navigation bar, for example, if one Area has multiple Neighborhoods or Developments.

As you add Area/Neighborhood/Development pages to your website, you will be prompted to select the Parent City (Top Level) for those pages. (For example: Which Area should the Neighborhood belong to)

Further Education:

Learn how to Add/Edit Areas, Neighborhoods, Developments, and also understand how to use all the features of the Area Guides:

  1. Area Guides Introduction

  2. Area Guides: Creating/Editing Area Guide Pages

  3. Area Guides: How to create IDX Pages and Custom URL's

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