Thanks to the NYC Department of Transportation (DOT) for freshening up the trench drain they installed at Dante Park with a fresh coat of paint. The drain helps solve ponding issues on Broadway near the bus stop. We appreciate all of the work that DOT does that keeps the neighborhood's streets and sidewalks safe--like giving our trench drain a seasonal face-lift. Thanks DOT!
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
Spring into Style for 2021
Now that it’s officially spring and more and more in New York City is reopening, it’s time to celebrate the sunnier, warmer weather with some new comfortable...
More Music to Enjoy in Lincoln Square
Are you looking for some local music events? Outside of major events, there are many fun and low-cost performances from our cultural organizations! Check out...
Updated COVID-19 Regulations
As the vaccine rollout continues, Governor Cuomo has made changes to vaccine eligibility and availability, as well as to business regulations...
Save the Date: Virtual Annual Meeting 5.12.21
Mark your calendars for the Lincoln Square BID's 24th Annual Meeting!
Supportive Resources for Small Businesses
As New York City continues down the long path to recovery, small business assistance may still be needed to handle a number of pandemic-related issues. 
New Senior Advisor for Recovery and Planning:
Terence Monahan
Congratulations to “Chief” Terence Monahan on his new position at City Hall as a Senior Advisor for Recovery and Planning. After retiring from an illustrious...
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Passover 2021 in
Lincoln Square

Easter 2021 in
Lincoln Square

New York Tech Live: West Side Story - How It Speaks to Us Now 3.24.21

NYPL Info Session: Signing Up for the COVID-19 Vaccine 3.25.21

Mandarin Oriental, New York Reopening on 4.1.21

Film at Lincoln Center Reopening on 4.16.21

Williams Sonoma Presents Fridge Foraging LIVE with Amanda Frederickson 3.30.21

Fast Forward: 2021 Henry Schneider Concert at Kaufman Music Center 4.1.21

Personalize Your Story at Moleskine

New Orpheon Eau de Parfum at diptyque

Free Shakespeare in the Park Returns Summer 2021

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

GOVERNMENT ALERTS
New York COVID-19 Vaccine Links
Check out vaccinefinder.nyc.gov to search vaccine locations and schedule an appointment in NYC online. Visit the NYC Vaccine Command Center to learn all you need to know about the vaccines. Click here to read about vaccine eligibility. Additionally, you can subscribe to New York State's Coronavirus Updates here.
New Opt-In Period for NYC Public Schools Begins 3.25
Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that the new opt-in period for families who wish to send their kids back for in-person learning this spring will begin on Thursday, March 25. Students of all ages who have opted to stay home thus far can sign up to return to classrooms during the period, which will run between Wednesday, March 24 and Wednesday, April 7. Elementary, pre-K, 3-K and District 75 students can then come back to school sometime in April, while a return date has not yet been set for newly opted-in middle and high school students. Click here to watch a video on the announcement.
MTA COVID-19 Travel Survey
The first ‘Customers Count and COVID Travel Survey’ of 2021 from the MTA is now available for customers to complete. The survey will close on Sunday, March 28. The survey will be used to gauge New York City Transit customer satisfaction by receiving feedback on the customer experience for subways, buses, Staten Island Railway and paratransit services. Click here to access the survey.
DOT: Alternate Side Parking Suspended 3.28 & 3.29
Alternate Side Parking regulations will be suspended citywide on Sunday, March 28 and Monday, March 29 for Passover (1st and 2nd days). Payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the city. For more information and updates, visit https://on.nyc.gov/2Ho9W4J or contact 3-1-1 (212-639-9675 for Video Relay Service, or TTY 212-504-4115).
Deadline Approaching for the Paycheck Protection Program 
The deadline to apply with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) for the second round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans is Wednesday, March 31. Click here to learn more and apply through the SBA. Contact your lender or visit nyc.gov/ppp to get 1-on-1 support, access webinars, and find other resources to help you apply. Check out a list of Community Development Financial Institutions accepting applications here. Also, the deadline to apply for a PPP loan through TD Bank is the close of business on Wednesday, March 24. To apply through TD Bank, visit the Paycheck Protection Program Application page.
Summer Youth Employment Applications
Summer Youth Employment applications are now open. There are 70,000 slots available through the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) for teens and young adults in New York City this summer. Apply before Friday, April 23, and make the most of your summer: http://nyc.gov/syep.
Have a good Passover!