We hope to see you at our Annual Meeting this year on Thursday, May 24 at 8:15am at Fordham University's Law School (Costantino Room)!  At our meeting, we will review our accomplishments, adopt the FY 2019 budget, elect Directors to our Board, and hear from two great speakers: Deborah Borda, President and CEO of the New York Philharmonic and Kathryn Garcia, Commissioner of the NYC Department of Sanitation. Plus, we hope to hear from the new Commanding Officer  of the 20th Precinct,  Timothy Malin.

In order to vote, property owners, commercial tenants, businesses, and residents must register online here In order to attend, please RSVP at info@lincolnsquarebid.org (212) 581-3774, or by filling out a registration form by Thursday, May 17. 


Enjoy Earth Day with Lincoln Square Businesses
Earth Day is coming up on Sunday, April 22 and what better way to commemorate this environmentally conscious day than  to participate in fun events and...
Young Music Makers 2018
Each spring, gathering on the Josie Robertson Plaza,  bands, jazz ensembles, choirs, choruses, and orchestras from schools throughout the United States...
Pop Bag Opens in The Shops at Columbus Circle
Now in a kiosk on the second floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle, shoppers can put together a custom tote catered to their style and..
Spring Season at the New York City Ballet
April showers bring more than May flowers--they also signal the start of the New York City Ballet's (NYCB) Spring Season...
Nordstrom Mens Store Opens Just a Few Steps Away
Opening today, Thursday, April 12, just south of our district boundaries between 57th and 58th Streetsthe new...



Participatory Budgeting
Through Sunday, April 15, community members can vote on participatory budgeting in District 6 with Council Member Helen Rosenthal and in District 3 with Council Member Corey Johnson. This year's proposed projects include technology updates for both the Riverside Branch and the Library for Performing Arts here in Lincoln Square, as well as other worthy projects on the West Side. Click here to learn more about participatory budgeting. Click here to see a list of local voting sites for both districts. 
New Organics Rules for Businesses
Certain New York City businesses are required by law to separate their organic waste. If your business meets the minimum requirements outlined by the NYC Department of Sanitation, you must comply with the business organics rules.  Businesses covered by these rules must separate staff-handled food scraps, plant trimmings, food-soiled paper and certified compostable products from garbage and other recyclables. Click here to find out if your business is required to comply
Prepare Your Business for Emergencies: Free Webinar
From gas leaks and fires to major storms and flooding, as a business owner in New York City you face many challenges that can impact your operations and assets. The Department of Small Business Services (SBS) is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday, April 17 from 9:30am to 10:30am to provide tips and resources for emergency preparation.  You will learn how to: stay in Business, protect your investments, and create a business continuity plan. Click here to RSVP
Congressman Nadler's Town Hall: April 30, 2018
U.S. Representative Jerold Nadler's Town Hall will take place on Monday, April 30 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at the High School of Fashion Industries (225 West 24th Street). Doors will open at 5:30pm.  RSVP here
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Today, April 12, is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. Click here to read an article from the New York Times about observances here in NYC. In our neighborhood, you can commemorate the day at the JCC Manhattan with a special film screening, After Auschwitz.