Our Clean Team's Lead Supervisor Tony Stass is hard at work painting our district's street furniture. As part of our efforts to maintain Lincoln Square's streetscape, we routinely paint fire hydrants, mall barriers, light poles, traffic boxes, and mailboxes in the spring and summer months.
If you notice an unusual and perhaps unpleasant odor around the Broadway Malls, planters, and Dante Park, don't be alarmed. Our new landscaping company, Kelco Landscaping, will be applying organic fertilizer--from farm to city--to our gardens to insure bigger and healthier plants. The odor will go away!
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
RSVP for Our 22nd Annual Meeting
Join the Lincoln Square BID on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 8:15am for our 22nd Annual Meeting. At this meeting, we will elect Directors to the Board, present the...
The Office of Council Member Helen Rosenthal is sponsoring no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams. The Mobile Van will be available on Friday, May 10, from 10:00am - 4:30pm, at Goddard Riverside, 593 Columbus Avenue. Women age 40 - 79, currently living in New York City, who have not had a mammogram in the past 12 months are eligible. No co-pays required and deductibles are waived. Uninsured patients also welcome. Please register in advance by calling (212) 873-0282 or 1-877-628-9090. Click here for more information.
donateNYC Food Portal for Businesses & Nonprofits
donateNYC recently launched the donateNYC Food Portal, a digital tool kit connecting businesses with excess edible food to organizations through NYC. The donateNYC food portal facilitates efficient, hyper-local food donations to reduce food waste and provide meals. The food portal is designed for organizations and businesses only. Individual residents wishing to donate their own excess food may search the online map to find locations throughout the city. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYC Charter Commission Hearing
The New York City Charter is undergoing its most comprehensive review in 30 years and is inviting New Yorkers to help shape those revisions. The Charter controls how the City spends tax dollars, how decisions are made about neighborhood changes, and the powers of elected officials. In the next two weeks, there will be city-wide Commission Hearings to give the public an opportunity to propose new ways to improve City government. The Manhattan Borough Hearing will be at City Hall, Council Chambers (City Hall Park) on May 9 at 6:00pm. If you cannot attend a hearing, but still want make your voice heard, you can follow this link to fill out an online submission form.