in (one's) neck of the woods

in (one's) neck of the woods

In one's neighborhood or the nearby area; in or around the area where one lives. Next time you find yourself in my neck of the woods, give me a call and I'll show you around. I'll be in their neck of the woods next week, so I might see if they want to meet for lunch or dinner.
See also: neck, of, wood

in your, this, etc. ˌneck of the ˈwoods

(informal) in a particular area or part of the country: Hi, Jim! What are you doing in this neck of the woods?Not much happens in our neck of the woods. It’s very quiet.
See also: neck, of, wood