A sure sign of spring, over the weekend our Sanitation Supervisor Tony Stass was busy freshening up the district by painting some of Lincoln Square’s street furniture. Great work Tony!
And, as a part of a Citywide restoration, the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is adding back Sunday litter basket pickup, which is great news for Lincoln Square and the City! We would also like to give a very warm welcome to Adam Brewington, our new DSNY Superintendent at Manhattan District 7. We look forward to working with Adam and his team at MN7 in keeping Lincoln Square clean and litter free!
Expansion of the Open Streets Program
At the end of March, Mayor de Blasio and the NYC DOT announced a new application for the 2021 expansion of the Open Streets program. The updated program...
Summer Camps 2021
It may feel like spring has just begun, but we’re looking ahead to warm summer weather. While summer camps went virtual last year, many are reopening for in...
Fashionable & Functional:
Women's Sneakers & More for Spring
Now that it’s spring, the weather is warming up and inspiring us to get outside again. Enjoy the latest spring styles for women in comfortable shoes from...
Swing University Spring Term 2021
Jazz lovers get ready—the spring 2021 virtual term of Swing University at Jazz at Lincoln Center begins in late April, with a full roster of virtual class options. These...
Spring Styles for Men
Whether you are preparing to return to the office or just want to refresh your wardrobe for spring, men can find everything they need to build a stylish and...
Complete the LSBID Return to Work Survey
As a mixed-use district, employees in Lincoln Square support retail businesses and restaurants, as well as contribute to a vibrant streetscape. As New York City...
Now Open for Indoor Dining: Shun Lee West

CMS New Milestones IV: Time 4.8.21

Ethical Culture: The Reverberation Plays 4.9.21

Register for the NYPD Police Officer Exam

Live Music at Brunch at Bluebird London

Live Music at the Museum of Arts and Design

David Geffen Hall Reimagination

NYPL: From Follies to Flower Drum Song 4.12.21

NYC & Co. Commit to the Comeback: Meet Local NYC

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

All Adults Eligible for COVID-19 Vaccine Today
Beginning today, April 6, all New Yorkers 16 years and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Check out the following websites to try to schedule an appointment: Vax4NYCTurboVaxVaccine Together NYNYC Vaccine Listvaccinefinder.nyc.govNY Health + Hospital Vaccine Scheduler, and the New York State Vaccine Scheduler. And, click here to view a comprehensive list of vaccine resources from Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer.
Fully Vaccinated People Can Safely Travel through United States
The CDC has updated their travel guidelines, announcing that people who have been fully vaccinated are now safe to travel domestically through the United States. Learn more here.
Curfew for Movie Theaters, Gyms and More Lifted
As of Monday, April 5, the 11:00pm curfew for casinos, movie theaters, bowling alleys, billiards halls, gyms/fitness centers has been lifted. The 11:00pm curfew for food & beverage venues and the 12:00am curfew for catered events will remain in effect. Find more information here.
NYPD 20th Precinct Community Council Meeting 4.8.21
On Thursday, April 8, the NYPD 20th Precinct will be restarting their in-person Community Council meetings. Seats will be limited to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines. To attend, pre-register by calling (212) 580-6428. Time and location of meeting will be given at registration.
Deadline for NYC Public School In-Person Learning 4.9.21
The deadline to opt-in for NYC Public School in-person learning has been extended to Friday, April 9. Click here to sign up.
Virtual Community Conversation 4.11.21
On Sunday, April 11 at 4:00pm, join Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer for a virtual discussion on the federal American Rescue Plan and the 2021-22 New York State Budget. Register here.
PPP Application Deadline Extended
President Biden has given a two-month extension to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The application deadline is now Monday, May 31. Learn more and apply here.
Restaurant Revitalization Act
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) was signed into law in March 2021, and included $28.6 billion for a Restaurant Revitalization Fund at the SBA to provide direct grant support for restaurants hit hardest by the pandemic. Check out this guide from Senator Schumer's office for more details on the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. 
DOB Sign Enforcement Moratorium Extended
DOB has extended an enforcement moratorium on certain accessory sign violations, as well as the temporary assistance program for accessory signs, through January 1, 2023. DOB will not issue violations for business storefront signs that existed prior to February 9, 2019 and that don’t exceed 150 square feet or weigh more than 1,200 pounds. For more information, see DOB’s Service Notice.
Small Business Technical Assistance RFP
The Citi Foundation has announced a $25 million open request for proposals (RFP) to support nonprofit organizations that provide direct technical assistance to small businesses owned by people of color that have been disproportionately impacted by the unprecedented health, social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The deadline to apply is Monday, April 12 at 4:00pm. Learn more here.