Our Clean Team and Public Safety Officers (PSOs) are working outside in the neighborhood seven days a week, supporting our organization's mission to keep Lincoln Square clean and safe. Daily, our PSOs report issues to 311 or 911, assist the public with information, and more, while our Clean Team sweeps the sidewalks, empties trash bins, sweeps ponded water from crosswalks, and more.
Last week, a 13-year veteran officer of our Public Safety Team observed an act of vandalism being carried out near the Columbus Circle Subway Station. Our officer's quick thinking led to a prompt arrest after he alerted officers from NYPD's Transit District 1 (located inside the 59th Street Columbus Circle train station) about the crime in progress. Earlier this week, a Clean Team member stopped his cleaning routine to help an elderly woman navigate the crosswalk at Broadway and 62nd Street. We appreciate our long-standing team members' dedication to helping us make Lincoln Square--a great neighborhood--even better.
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Father's Day 2019
Coming up this Sunday, June 16, it's time to celebrate Father's Day. You can find something special for the Dads in your life here at one of Lincoln Square's great retail spots, or make a...
50th Mixtape: Free Screenings at Film at Lincoln Center
It's Film at Lincoln Center's golden anniversary, and the premier film destination will be offering a special summer series of film to audiences and movie buffs. From June to September, Film at Lincoln Center will screen...
Brunch is a New York staple, and New Yorkers are always looking for the perfect spot to enjoy this delicious meal on the weekend. So many restaurants offer tasty and creative menus for this classic Saturday and Sunday meal, but long-time...
Tonight: Helen Rosenthal's Town Hall on Homelessness
On Wednesday, June 12 at 6:00pm, Council Member Rosenthal will host a special Town Hall on Homelessness to discuss how the Upper West Side can support the community and local service providers. At this meeting, attendees will hear from advocates for the homeless, people who have experienced homelessness, and NYC residents working in partnership with local shelters. This meeting will take place at B'nai Jeshurun Synagogue, 257 West 88th Street. RSVP at www.helenrosenthal.com or (212) 873-0282.
Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy & Compliance Webinar
New York State and New York City now legally require written policies and annual training to combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Failure to develop a legally compliant policy or to conduct annual training places your organization at legal and financial risk. On Tuesday, June 18 from 12:30pm-1:30pm, the NYC Department of Small Business Services will host a free webinar to help businesses understand what must be included in an anti-harassment policy, who must be trained, what topics must be covered, and how training may be conducted. Click here to RSVP.
Fresh Food for Seniors
Fresh Food for Seniors will begin on the Upper West Side the week of July 1. There are several sites linked to this program for residents and senior center members, but if you are not a member of any center nor a resident in the participating buildings, you can still sign up through Goddard Riverside's Senior Center, which is open to anyone. Find out about other Upper West Side sites here.Fresh Food for Seniors is a program which allows seniors to purchase fresh, regionally grown fruit and vegetables for just $8 a bag. Contact Shula Puder at Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer's Office at (212) 669-2392 or email email@example.com for more details.