decorative red stems are seen with the background of a lit up tree in a Lincoln Square BID urn in the Broadway Mall median
Our neighborhood green spaces are now wearing their winter best. Happy New Year!


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Lincoln Square Staff Picks: Low Cost Lunches
On the occasional work day that you find yourself in need of a grab and go meal to bring back to your office in Lincoln Square, there are a number of delicious lunch spots around...
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NYC Restaurant Week: Winter 2020
The holiday season leaves many of us tired of cooking and full of leftovers. Why not treat yourself to a special meal at a great price without any kitchen stress? Luckily...
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Art Series at the NYC Ballet for Winter 2020
Lauren Redniss joins New York City Ballet for the 2020 edition of Art Series, which welcomes contemporary artists to the David H. Koch Theater on Lincoln Center's Campus...
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Get Fit in 2020
Happy New Year! Now that we are making our way into the a new year and new decade, it is time to get started on achieving New Year's resolutions. If you're looking to improve your...
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LSBID Operations News
Lead Public Safety Supervisor Henry Settles is a familiar face to many around the neighborhood. Henry has been a member of the Lincoln Square BID's Public Safety Team for over 20 years...
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Overall Crime in New York City Hits Record Low in 2019
New York City achieved record low overall index crime in 2019, improving upon last year's records for public safety and crime reduction in the modern era. In 2019, overall crime is lower than in 2018...



DSNY Designation of 20 Commercial Waste Zones
The NYC Department of Sanitation has proposed a rule establishing 20 Commercial Waste zones, together with certifications by the Law Department and Mayor's Office of Operations.  Click here to view the proposed rule and mapThe proposed rule was published in the  City Record  on Thursday, December 12, 2019. The rule contains a notice to the public for the opportunity to comment on the rule through COB January 13, 2020. DSNY will hold its agency public hearing at 125 Worth Street in the 2 nd  floor auditorium from 9:30am to 12:00pm on Monday, January 13, 2020.  This is the public's last opportunity to comment on the rule Following the comment period, DSNY will consider all comments and then publish the final rule which will become effective 30 days after such publication.
Tree-cycling with DSNY
The New York City Department of Sanitation is collecting Christmas trees curbside now through Friday, January 17, weather permitting. Residents should remove all stands, tinsel, lights and ornaments before putting trees out for collection. After collection, clean, non-bagged Christmas trees will be chipped, mixed with leaves, and recycled into compost for the city's parks, institutions and community gardens. Those needing to get rid of mostly plastic and metal artificial Christmas trees should consider selling or donating them. Donation opportunities may be found at
New NYC Laws Coming In 2020
A number of changes to laws and new laws will affect New York City in 2020, including plastic bag waste reduction and minimum wage. Click here to view a Patch article about the different laws and changes
MBP Gale Brewer's January 2020 Newsletter
Click here to read the latest January 2020 Newsletter from Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer. Find out about community events and how to apply to join your local Community Board. 
Women's March 2020
The 4th Annual Women's March will take place this year on Saturday, January 18 between 11:00am and 4:00pm. There may be parking restrictions near Central Park West during the event. Check the website for more details as the event approaches. 
Celebrate National Mentoring Month with WE NYC
Join group sessions with experienced WE Connect Mentors as part of WE NYC, an initiative based out of the NYC Department of Small Business Services. WE Connect Mentors are female founders who represent a variety of industries, backgrounds, and business life stages with demonstrated success.
This month, the following events are being hosted to celebrate National Mentoring Month: