Community Types

The different categories of communities we have on the Lcly platform, these are closly aligned to real world classifications and order from the smallest to largest by scope.


Your local neighbourhood. A community for people in the same area, such as a specific neighborhood, street, or apartment complex.


A community for all people who reside in the same building or apartment complex and share common spaces.


A community made up of residents of a small rural settlement, which may include farmers, craftsmen, and other local workers.


A community of individuals who live in a specific urban area that is larger than a village, but smaller than a city.


A community of people living in a large urban area with a diverse mix of cultural and economic activities.


A group of people who live within the same administrative division of a state or province, typically defined by geographic borders.


A group of people who live in the same sovereign state or nation, sharing common political and cultural values.


A group of countries or regions that have formed a political union, sharing common policies, laws, and economic systems. An example of this type of union is the United Kingdom, which consists of four countries (England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland) that have a shared government and legal system.