Public Safety Supervisors Lincoln Constance (r) and Augustin Javier (c) received Regional Achievement Awards from Summit Security for their outstanding service to Lincoln Square while Henry Settles (l), our long serving Supervisor (also a recipient of the award!), was out on medical leave. We’re lucky to have a strong team serving as the eyes and ears of Lincoln Square.  
Broadway at Home with PBS' Great Performances
With New York City theaters closed for the rest of the year, you may be missing nights out to see your favorite musicals and plays. As part of their Broadway at Home...
NYPL's TechConnect Classes
Looking to improve your computer skills? Want to learn more about social media platforms? Check out the New York Public Library's TechConnect program...
Arsenal Gallery: Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song
While NYC Department of Parks and Recreation's Arsenal Gallery is currently closed, they have created an online slideshow of their latest exhibition...
Free Meals in NYC
When New York City shut down due to COVID-19, longtime friend of Lincoln Square, Liz Neumark, pivoted from catering galas and celebrations to delivering meals...
Take a Reading Break
Sick of watching TV show after movie after live stream? Switch up your content consumption and try reading and learning. There are several places...
NYPD: Grand Larceny Suspect in Lincoln Square
Do you know this suspect? Wanted for grand larceny, the NYPD is looking for this individual who used stolen credit cards to make fraudulent charges at Apple...
Local Produce from The Smith at Home

Free Food Distribution at Lincoln Center 7.29.20

Summer Scents at

Chamber Music Society: Summer Evenings IV 8.2.20

New Plaza Cinema:
John Lewis: Good Trouble

Century 21:
Sale of the Century

CB4 Virtual Forum 7.28.20
On Tuesday, July 28 at 6:30pm, join Manhattan Community Board 4's Virtual Forum "Small Business Support Programs & NYC's Re-opening Plan in the Age of COVID-19." Click here to register to attend.
OATH to Handle Commercial Tenant Mediation
The City’s Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) will now oversee the City’s program to mediate disputes between commercial tenants and property owners, due to the increased caseload brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Formerly managed by the Department of Small Business Services, the program will now be administered by OATH’s Center for Conflict Resolution.
"What to Expect When You're Inspected" Checklist
DOT, SBS, DOH, and the Office of Nightlife have developed a “What to Expect When You’re Inspected” checklist for Open Restaurants, which outlines all requirements that bars & restaurants with outdoor seating must adhere to.  View the checklist here.
Con Edison Gas Upgrade Work
Con Edison is performing Gas Upgrade work on Amsterdam Avenue between West 68th and West 70th Streets. The work will take place Monday-Friday from 9:00am to 3:00pm between Monday, July 6 and Saturday, August 22. The project’s Reference Number is 20-00485-001.   Contact 311   or   Con Edison   for additional information.
Cooling Centers are Open
As temperatures soar, please stay safe and check on any elderly or disabled neighbors who might need assistance. Click here for further updates and a complete list of cooling centers throughout the city or call 311.