New posters around the district highlight what's open for shopping and dining in Lincoln Square. They're easy to use, too--just open your iPhone or Android's camera app and scan the QR code. We can help you plan a fun day around the neighborhood with up-to-date information. Click here to see what's open!
Phase Three: Indoor Dining Postponed
While indoor dining has been postponed by the Mayor and the Governor, outdoor dining remains in effect. Please note, however, that DOT has changed certain requirements for outdoor dining, and...
Summer’s main holiday is just days away! The 4th of July is coming up on Saturday and there are a few ways to enjoy it safely. As workers and families plan to enjoy a much needed day off, beaches are officially opening...
The Lincoln Square BID’s core services that focus on providing supplemental cleaning and public safety support have continued throughout the pandemic. Due to COVID-19, when NY went on Pause, we reduced the...
Last week the City approved the use of park space for day camps this summer, which is great news for camps that rely on parks to operate. But even if you don’t feel completely comfortable sending your kids to...
The MTA is collecting responses for a survey to help address commuter needs and any concerns commuters may have about using public transit. The survey closed on Friday, July 3. Click here to take the 10-minute survey.
DDC 9th Avenue Project
The NYC Department of Design and Construction (NYCDDC) is managing a capital reconstruction project along 9th Avenue in the Hell’s Kitchen area. We have received the 3rd Quarter newsletter about the project. Click here to read the newsletter.
Alternate Side Parking Updates
Alternate Side Parking (ASP) regulations are back in effect, however, residential streets that have multiple ASP days will be cleaned – with vehicles required to be moved – only on the latest day in the week. Click here for more information.
Interim Usage of POPS
Pursuant to an executive order signed by the Mayor, privately owned public spaces (POPS) will now be made available to restaurants and retailers. For detailed guidance, seeKramer Levin’s resource guide to interim use of POPS. In order to access these spaces for your business, be sure to discuss use of these spaces with the property owner and have them submit the required notifications to the Department of City Planning.