Photo of guests at the Lincoln Square BIDs 21st Annual Meeting
Save the date for our Annual Meeting! 

On Tuesday, May 21 at 8:15am the Lincoln Square BID will host its 22nd Annual Meeting to  review the year's accomplishments, elect Directors to our Board, adopt the upcoming Fiscal Year 2020 budget, and present awards. More details will be available, including speakers and location information, as the event nears, but mark your calendars now!

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Photo of DI Malin speaking at TD Bank
A Community Event with Deputy Inspector Timothy Malin
On Wednesday morning March 6, The Lincoln Square BID partnered with TD Bank for a Community Breakfast event featuring Deputy Inspector Timothy Malin, the Commanding...
Business Spotlight: Chateau Drug & Homecare
As the line goes, some people want to go where everybody knows your name, and this is exactly the kind of service you'll get at a local neighborhood drugstore...
Artist Nestor Madalengoitia paints a portrait of Josefina Howard
Honoring Rosa Mexicano's Josefina Howard
In honor of Women's History Month, a local Lincoln Square restaurant is celebrating the legacy of its founder. In 1984, chef and entrepreneur Josefina Howard introduced...
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Women History Artist Month at Goddard Riverside 
In celebration of Women's History Month this March, Goddard Riverside is bringing back WHAM (Women History Artist Month) a celebration of women in the arts...
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Australian International Screen Forum 2019
The Australian International Screen Forum in New York City is hosting an Australian-focused film festival in Lincoln Square between Tuesday, March 19 and...
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New To The Team: Ian Hartz
We are excited to welcome new staff member Ian Hartz to the Lincoln Square BID team! Having joined us in February 2019 as Senior Project Manager,   Ian will be responsible for...

UPCOMING EVENTS


Honeybee Hotel event with Landmark West

Lou Reed celebration at the Library for Performing Arts

Special piano recital event at Kaufman Music Center

2019 Finalists compete for cash prizes and the chance to launch a major operatic career at the Met Opera


COMMUNITY  ALERTS

Affordable Lines of Credit for Women Entrepreneurs
The Mayor's Office has launched a new program designed to help women entrepreneurs access affordable lines of credit to start, grow and sustain their businesses. The program, called WE Credit, will provide up to 250 women entrepreneurs with lines of credit averaging $50,000 at below-market interest rates. Click here to read more about the new WE Credit program
Commercial Waste Zones Implementation
The NYC Department of Sanitation has released a Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the Commercial Waste Zones Implementation Plan. Details regarding the DGEIS and the following documents can be found on the  CWZ website:  Notice of Completion and HearingScope of Work; and  Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement The City will hold two public hearings to discuss the DGEIS--M onday, March 11, 2019 from 9:00am - 12:00pm and  Thursday, March 14, 2019 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm.  Both meetings will be held at 125 Worth Street on the Second Floor. 
E-Waste Recycling Event: Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan
Lower East Side Ecology is hosting a free electronic recycling event on Sunday, March 31, 2019 , at the Marlene Meyerson JCC (Amsterdam Avenue between West 75th and West 76th Streets). Click here for more details about the event
NYC Tax Prep
The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has an interactive map which outlines all of the spots around the City where New Yorkers can get help filing taxes. Services include online filing and in-person filing with an IRS certified VITA/TCE volunteer preparer at more than 150 NYC Free Tax Prep sites for New Yorkers who earned $66,000 or lessClick here to view the DCA map and get more information about filing sites and eligibility
Business Organics Rules
Certain New York City businesses are required by law to separate their organic waste such as food scraps, food-soiled paper, and compostable serviceware. Enforcement of the new organics rules went into effect on February 15, 2019. If your business meets the minimum requirements outlined here, you must comply with the business organics rules.

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