Fast-Growing LawnStarter Adds 198 New Markets, 440 Cities

LS Cities and markets expansion

AUSTIN, Texas (June 13, 2024) – LawnStarter, the largest national network of lawn mowing pros, is more than doubling the markets it serves across the U.S.

The lawn care and outdoor services provider operating in more than 2,572 cities in 120 markets announced Thursday that it has added 198 new markets – 440 cities – from coast to coast. 

Now 16 million more homeowners across the U.S. can book lawn care by vetted LawnStarter pros with just a few clicks online or in our app. 

The expansion details (see map):

  • 198 new markets
  • 440 new cities

The 440 new cities where LawnStarter is adding customers and pros include:


  • California: San Francisco, Santa Cruz  
  • Nevada: Las Vegas, Reno, Henderson


  • Oregon: Eugene, Springfield, Medford
  • Washington: Olympia, Bellingham, Yakima

Upper Midwest:

  • Minnesota: Rochester, Duluth
  • Wisconsin: Superior, Racine


  • Florida: Gainesville, Panama City, The Villages
  • Texas: McKinney, Waco, Lubbock, McAllen, Amarillo


  • New Jersey: Trenton, Jersey City
  • New York: Utica, Binghamton, some NYC boroughs

Customers Save Time, Money, and Sweat

With LawnStarter, you save hours of work in your yard every week and the cost of lawn care equipment. What you get: Access to high-quality lawn care pros and other outdoor services providers in your area. 

LawnStarter has no contracts, all payments are made online, and you can manage your accounts on LawnStarter’s website or mobile app. 

It’s super easy to sign up. Select or tell us what services you need, and you’ll get an instant quote.

“You have better things to do than pushing or riding a lawn mower and weeding your yard,” Steve Corcoran, LawnStarter CEO, says. “Leave the lawn care to our pros.”

Based on customer reviews, LawnStarter customers like getting a great mow at an affordable price. Judith Q. says, “You wouldn’t believe the trouble I’ve been through, working with other service providers. LawnStarter truly is a breath of fresh air.”

Lawn Care Pros Get More Jobs, Make More Money

New LawnStarter markets benefit local lawn care pros, too. Here’s why: Our platform serves up more jobs nearby, which translates to more money earned. You spend less time – and a lot less gas – driving from job to job.  

Apply to be a LawnStarter pro. It’s free, and sign-up is simple. More jobs near you means more money for you.

LawnStarter pro Justin Stultz, in Hutto, Texas, says LawnStarter has been a game changer for his business, helping him to grow fast with little additional cost. LawnStarter means more mowing jobs without having to worry about scheduling, billing, and collections. 

“LawnStarter makes it easy to grow my business,” Stultz says.

About LawnStarter

LawnStarter puts high-quality, affordable lawn mowing, trimming, edging and fertilization – and other outdoor services – at your fingertips. 

Founded in 2013, Austin-based LawnStarter graduated from the nationally acclaimed Techstars business incubator. LawnStarter has received over $27 million in funding. Investors include Lerer Hippeau, Edison Partners, Bull Creek Capital, Gary Vaynerchuk, Cotter Cunningham, Rony Kahan and Varsha Rao.

LawnStarter recorded its first profitable year in 2023 and announced plans to expand to new markets and offer new services in 2024.

For more about LawnStarter, email or call (512) 601-0508. 

Main Photo Credit: LawnStarter Expansion Cities map, created using Infogram. Main image, created using Canva Pro.

Jeff Herman

Jeff Herman

Jeff Herman, editor-in-chief of LawnStarter, mowed lawns as a teen, and his uncle owned the biggest sod business in St. Louis. Previously, Herman worked at The New York Times,, and most recently at Now Herman is All About Lawn Care.