Spring cleaning in Lincoln Square! Our Clean Team has changed into their spring uniforms (right), and Supervisor Tony Stass has started the annual spring painting of street furniture across the district (left).
New York Adopts CDC Guidance Today
As of today, May 19, New York has adopted the CDC’s recent COVID-19 guidance on mask use and social distancing for fully vaccinated individuals.
Two New Exhibits Come to MAD This Week
Are you looking for a fun, cultural activity for the weekend? Two new exhibitions are opening at the Museum of Arts and Design, or MAD, on Saturday, May 22. 
Add Some New Books to Your Reading List
This week is shaping up to be warm and sunny, which means its time to take a relaxing reading break outside! With seating in our two local parks, Dante and...
New Plaza Cinema Searching for Rentable Space
Are you a property owner with vacant space available? New Plaza Cinema is searching for a new home to rent around Lincoln Square.
The GREEN and Restart Stages at Lincoln Center

Now Open at The Shops: Long & Short Barber Co.

NYPL Virtual Comics
Chat 5.19.21

NYPL Making Money with Music 5.24.21

AFAM Digital Drink +
Draw 5.20.21

West Side Y Summer Membership Deal

Celebrate Cheesecake May at Breads Bakery

Virtual Dance Parade and Festival 5.22.21

women.nyc Childcare Panel Event 5.21.21

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

AAPI Month: Stop Asian Hate Toolkit
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and the City has put together a Stop Asian Hate social media toolkit to promote different campaigns, including the "I Still Believe in Our City" campaign. Access the toolkit here.
Extreme Heat Preparedness Training Series
NYC Emergency Management is inviting community and faith-based leaders, messengers, and volunteers to join the Extreme Heat Preparedness Training Series to learn and share with community members. Click here to RSVP for Session Two on preparing for heat emergencies and here to RSVP for Session Three on individual preparedness.
Partnership for New York City's May 2021 Progress Report
The Partnership for New York City has released their May 2021 Signs of Progress report. Click here to read.
Propane Heaters Must Be Disconnected by End of May
Monday, May 31 is the end of New York City’s “heat season,” the period between early October and late May when residential buildings are required to be maintained at a certain temperature. While Open Restaurants are not required to provide heat, in keeping with the end of heat season, all propane heating devices must be disconnected and properly stored beginning Monday, May 31. Electric or natural gas heaters may remain in place.
Ranked-Choice Voting Training Session 6.3.21
Join Speaker Corey Johnson on Thursday, June 3 at 6:00pm for a virtual training session on ranked-choice voting. Click here to RSVP.