It's the first full week of summer! What better way to celebrate than an afternoon in the sun in Lincoln Square? Our neighborhood has a ton of outdoor spaces at which to enjoy the weather. Benches at each Broadway Mall end cap allow visitors and residents to relax with our colorful backdrops, as pictured here, and there are also a number of benches surrounding Dante Park's lush interior. Or, enjoy our movable tables, chairs, and shade umbrellas in our two parks for a nice lunch or to read a book! And, of course, don't miss some of our great summer programming listed below. 

Photo credit: Filip Wolak

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Lunchtime Concerts Return July 11
Ready for some live, summertime music? You're in luck! The Lincoln Square BID's Lunchtime Concerts will return this...
Lost in Lincoln Square?
Spending some time around the neighborhood and not sure where to go or what to see? Why not stop by one of our Neighborhood Information Carts and speak to...
Free Fun for All Ages at the Riverside Library
With summertime's arrival, most students and even many adults find themselves with much more free time on their hands, looking for activities to add to their weekly schedule. Lucky for Lincoln Square residents...
Mostly Mozart 2018
Back for another great summer,  celebrate Mozart's creative and renowned legacy at Lincoln Center through the annual  Mostly Mozart Festival...
NYPD is Searching for a Suspect in 3 Burglaries
We have been informed by the New York City Police Department's 20th Precinct of a repeat burglar around...

UPCOMING EVENTS






GOVERNMENT  ALERTS

No DSNY Services on Wednesday, July 4, 2018
There will be no trash, recycling, or organics collection, nor street cleaning by the NYC Department of Sanitation on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 in observance of Independence Day.
  • Residents who normally receive Wednesday trash and organics collection should place their material out at curbside after 4:00pm on Wednesday, July 4 for pickup.
  • Residents who normally receive Wednesday recycling collection should place their material out at curbside after 4:00pm on Tuesday, July 10 for pickup on Wednesday, July 11.
Additionally, all Sanitation Department administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, in observance of the holiday. For more information visit  www.nyc.gov/sanitation
Neighborhood Construction Update
The NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) will be restoring West 62nd Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues to two-way flow as well as reversing West 60th Street from Columbus to West End Avenues to a westbound direction. The change at West 60th Street is aimed at eliminating the head-on condition at Columbus Avenue, increasing safety for pedestrians crossing this intersection. DOT expects  that both changes, with associated markings, signage, and signal modifications will be fully complete by the middle of July or early August.
20th Precinct Neighborhood Policing Roll-Out Meeting
The 20th Precinct of the NYPD will be hosting a free, public Neighborhood Policing Roll-Out meeting on  Wednesday, July 18 at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:00pm). The meeting will take place at 113 West 60th Street inside of Fordham University. This meeting is an opportunity  to meet your Neighborhood Coordination Officers as a community and speak with members of the 20th Precinct.  Please RSVP  via email  by Wednesday, July 11 with the contact information of attendees to Detective Vassallo ( domenick.vassallo@nypd.org ) or Detective Clarke ( Gerald.clarke@nypd.org ).

MORE IN LINCOLN SQUARE



Happy 4th of July!
Our administrative office will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 but our Public Safety Officers and Clean Team will still be out on the streets.