Our Clean Team, as well as our Goddard Green Keepers, have worked hard to clear the sidewalks and pedestrian crossings of snow. We are so lucky to have such dedicated workers! And, many thanks to our property owners who also did a great job of clearing snow in front of their buildings. With so much wet, heavy snow elsewhere in the district, our workers very much appreciated the assistance.  
Celebrate Love in Lincoln Square
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Take the opportunity this year to spread the love with the help of local Lincoln Square restaurants and shops...
A Tasty Super Bowl at Home
Though we’re unable to gather for traditional Super Bowl parties this year, you can still enjoy the game at home with some delicious food thanks to Lincoln Square’s...
COVID-19 Mental Health Resources for New Yorkers
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused New Yorkers stress, burnout and anxiety, and it may cause even more mental and emotional strain in the winter months. Below are...
Verify Your Party Affiliation Before Primary Election
While New York City's primary election is on Tuesday, June 22, the deadline to change your political party voting affiliation is quickly approaching – Sunday, February 14...
Meet Public Safety Supervisor Henry Settles
The Lincoln Square BID Public Safety Team, employed by Allied Universal, offers aid and information to Lincoln Square’s residents, workers, students and visitors every...
Celebrate Black History Month in Lincoln Square

Kaufman Music Center's Musical Storefronts

Restaurant Week To Go
Extended 'til 2.28.21

New Seasonal Menu at
Le Pain Quotidien

Lunar New Year
Collection at M.A.C.

Lunar New Year at Moleskine

On Sale: NYC Ballet 2021-22 Season Packages

Circle of Love at The Shops at Columbus Circle

DMV Services
at AAA

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

New York COVID-19 Vaccine Update
Governor Cuomo has announced that restaurant workers, taxi drivers, and workers at developmentally-disabled facilities are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine if local governments choose to include them. Check out Vaccine Together NY, NYC Vaccine List, and vaccinefinder.nyc.gov 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.
Indoor Dining to Resume 2.14.21
Governor Cuomo has announced that restaurants in New York City may resume indoor dining at 25% of their capacity beginning Sunday, February 14. The reopening will be subject to state guidance, which can be found here.
Free SBS Workshops
The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) offers free workshops on entrepreneurship, marketing, finance, legal issues, reopening guidelines, and more. View the lineup here.
Open Restaurants: Last Chance to Pick Up Plastic Barrier
NYC Department of Transportation announced that all Open Restaurants participants who have not yet claimed a plastic barrier will be able to pick one up on Wednesday, February 10 between 9:00pm - 3:00pm at 53-02 11th Street in Long Island City. This barrier is highly recommended to minimize the risk of danger to your patrons and the public, as well as damage to your property in the roadway. Because supply is limited, you should not claim a second barrier if you already have one. Learn more about the barrier here.
File Your Taxes for Free with NYC Free Tax Prep
File your taxes in-person or online with NYC Free Tax Prep if you earned $68,000 or less in 2020. The deadline to file 2020 tax returns is Thursday, April 15, 2021. Click here for more information.
Join Your Local Community Board
Apply now to join your Community Board. The Boards are pivotal in shaping their communities and work to enhance and preserve the character of the city’s many unique neighborhoods. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer's application has been extended through Monday, February 22. Apply here.