Will tell you the possible ways to tackle this.

   1. You assign the user model with a city name so when you filter results 
   for a user you also filter to match the city they're in.
   2. You use the browser locate feature to get gps info (latitude, 
   longitude) feed that to django through javascript and get results for the 
   area... before this the location will be put into a city

You should consider that the second you have to deal with users who are not 
in any city or missing info.

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