Summer is almost here and Lincoln Square’s streets and sidewalks are getting busier, which means more litter and more work for our Clean Team. As a result, we have decided to bring on an additional Clean Team member so that Lincoln Square remains spotless and one of the cleanest neighborhoods in New York City. 🧹
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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
New Openings In and Around Lincoln Square
Things are looking up in Lincoln Square! Pedestrian traffic has increased, and there are some new openings happening in and just outside the district. 
Celebrate Juneteenth 2021
Juneteenth is an annual holiday celebrating the June 19, 1865 emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the United States. This Saturday, June 19, and in the days...
Sessions at the Circle: Summer 2021
The Shops at Columbus Circle is bringing back one of their popular musical programs to Lincoln Square this summer: Sessions at the Circle. Every Wednesday from...
Apply for City Artist Corps Grants
In May, Mayor de Blasio and Cultural Affairs Commissioner Gonzalo Casals announced the New York City Artist Corps, a $25 million program that will support...
Target Designer Dress Collection and More!
Dress designer for less? If you haven’t yet heard, Target has partnered with three unique designers for a second installment of the Designer Dress Collection, started...
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Celebrate Father's Day in Lincoln Square

CMS Artist Series: Gilles Vonsattel 6.17.21

Mobile Vaccine Bus at LC 6.16.21 - 6.18.21

Watch Sesame Workshop's 2021 Gala

Making with MAD
Summer Camp

Stuart Weitzman x It Gets Better for Pride

Color Me Mine
Summer Pass

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

COMMUNITY ALERTS
Most COVID-19 Restrictions Lifted Completely in New York
Governor Cuomo has announced that 70% of adults in New York have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, which means all state-mandated COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted across commercial and social settings, effective immediately.
All POPS Must Reopen by 7.1.21
Department of City Planning (DCP) Director Marisa Lago has announced that all of New York City’s Privately Owned Public Spaces (POPS) must reopen to the public as of Thursday, July 1. Learn more here.
Vote Early in New York's Primary Election
Early voting for the Primary Election has begun and runs through Sunday, June 20. Primary Election day is Tuesday, June 22. To find your polling place, to learn more about ranked choice voting, and to learn more about the candidates, visit voting.nyc. To learn how to do ranked choice voting with an interactive activity, visit nyc.gov/votepizza.
NYC Advisory Commission on Property Tax Reform Hearing 6.16.21
The Manhattan virtual hearing on the NYC Advisory Commission on Property Tax Reform’s 10 initial recommendations to reform the property tax system has been scheduled for Wednesday, June 16 at 6:00pm. Learn more here.
Nominate Your Favorite Restaurant for the Alfresco Awards
The Alfresco Awards is a new competition giving cash prizes to the best outdoor dining spaces & open streets in NYC. Show your love for open restaurants & open streets & nominate a spot by Monday, June 21 at alfresco.nyc.
Webinars: Prepare Your Business for Emergencies
From gas leaks and fires, to major hurricanes, flooding, and blackouts, small businesses face many challenges that can impact your operations and assets. Join the Department of Small Business Services' webinars as they assist you in developing a business continuity plan and help you discover other business resources in this free training session. Click here to RSVP for Thursday, June 17 and here for Thursday, June 24.
Summer Youth Employment Opportunities
New York City is supporting over 75,000 young New Yorkers with paid summer work experiences. They are currently seeking employers to participate at no cost as NYC covers all program expenses. Jobs can be in person or remote. Learn more here and contact David Fischer, Executive Director at the NYC Center for Youth Employment at DFischer@cityhall.nyc.gov or 917-225-9146 if you are interested.
Electric Vehicle Charging Station Coming to 70th and Amsterdam
Con Edison, in partnership with DOT and other external partners, is installing electric vehicle charging stations throughout the city. They will install a station over the summer just outside the district at West 70th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and West End Avenue. Learn more here.