Lincoln Square has seen a slight uptick in graffiti lately, but our amazing Clean Team has been on top of it - cleaning tags off of our signage, as well as streetlight poles, mailboxes, and other public street furniture. This past weekend, after being alerted by our Public Safety Supervisor Lincoln Constance to fresh graffiti in several places near 68th and Broadway, Clean Team Supervisor Carlos Valladares quickly got to work, removing all of the tags within a few hours of being spotted. Thanks for all the hard work!
Reopening & COVID-19 Updates: February 2021
Over the past two weeks, there have been a number of updates to the New York Forward plan regarding reopening, COVID-19 vaccines, testing, and more...
Warm Up with a Cup of Hot Chocolate
There are still a few weeks left of winter and cold weather here in NYC. Why not get yourself through the final stretch with a decadent hot chocolate to keep you warm...
The New Normal: Adapting Your Small Business Playbook
As part of the City’s commitment to spur economic growth, the NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) has released The New Normal: Adapting Your Small...
Satisfy Your Seafood Craving
Now that indoor dining is back and increasing to 35% capacity on Friday, February 26, you may be looking for some local dinner options to break away from takeout...
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at Home
CMS Front Row Mainstage: Modern Voices 2.25.21

City Parks / SummerStage:
Michael Mwenso 2.25.21

Prodigal Son at
New York City Ballet

American Folk Art Museum

The Spring Lookbook
at Pottery Barn

Sock and Undergarment Drive 2.27.21 - 2.28.21

Hamantaschen at
Breads Bakery

Take the Pledge to
NY Forever

Circle of Love at The Shops at Columbus Circle

Last Week of NYC Restaurant Week To Go

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

New York COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Vaccine distribution is underway, with mass vaccination sites boosting appointment availability. Check out Vax4NYC, TurboVax, Vaccine Together NY, NYC Vaccine List, and to try to find a vaccine location and schedule an appointment in NYC online. And, if you are outside of NYC, click here to check eligibility and try to make an appointment in New York State.
TONIGHT: CB7 Racial and Economic Health Disparities Forum
Manhattan Community Board 7's Health and Human Services Committee is holding a virtual forum on Racial and Economic Health Disparities at 7:00pm tonight, Tuesday February 23. Register here.
MOME Town Call 2.24.21
The NYC Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) is hosting a free Town Call on Health Coverage for Media and Entertainment Professionals on Wednesday, February 24 from 1:00pm-2:00pm. Click here to register to attend.
Free Tax Preparation Resources
The IRS Free File program, available only through or the IRS2Go app, offers brand-name tax preparation software packages at no cost. The software is free for those who earned $72,000 or less in 2020 and some of the Free File packages also offer free state tax return preparation. Taxpayers comfortable filling out tax forms electronically, can use Free File Fillable Forms, regardless of income, to file their tax returns either by mail or online.
Guidance on COVID-19 Resources & Warnings about Consumer Scams
As New York continues to experience an outbreak of COVID-19, it is imperative that individuals are prepared and informed during this time. In addition to health information, New Yorkers must know about their rights, the resources available to them, and be mindful about potential consumer scams related to COVID-19. Click here for more information on resources, rights, and potential scams and here for more on COVID-19 fraud.