Our Clean Team at work! Last week, someone emptied the BID garbage bags in front of Raymour & Flanigan on West 66th Street and Broadway. Supervisor Tony Stass corrected the problem and cleaned up the area (left). And, on Saturday, Supervisor Carlos Valladares spotted a large tag on the Broadway Mall Barrier at the crossing at West 64th Street, and was able to quickly remove it (right). Lincoln Square remains spotless thanks to our dedicated Clean Team!
Live Music Returns to Lincoln Square
Lincoln Square is the cultural heart of New York City, but throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our neighborhood's cultural organizations have had to present the...
NYC Restaurant Week To Go!
We’ve got a great cure for the mid-winter blues: Restaurant Week! Though dining indoors is not an option in New York City, Winter Restaurant Week 2021 is still on...
Local Volunteer Opportunities
Giving back to our Upper West Side community is a great way to stay connected and inspire hope as we look forward to better days ahead. The following organizations...
Celebrate Black History Month in Lincoln Square
February is Black History Month, and many of Lincoln Square’s organizations are offering virtual events that celebrate the rich culture and history of the Black...
LW!: Artists & Studios of the Hotel des Artistes 1.28.21

Blood Drive at
Lincoln Center 1.28.21

CMS Artist Series: Tara Helen O'Connor 1.28.21

Coming Soon:
Book Nook

Super Bowl for Two from The Smith at Home

Super Bowl Catering from Breads Bakery

End of Season Sale
at Eileen Fisher

WeBop at Jazz at Lincoln Center Virtual Winter Term

Dry January Elixirs from Momofuku Noodle Bar

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

Find a Vaccine Appointment
We know it's very challenging to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment right now, as the City is short on vaccine supply. A number of efforts have developed to help navigate finding an appointment. Notably, check out NYC Vaccine List, a volunteer-led effort to help you find a COVID-19 vaccine in and around NYC. And, continue to visit vaccinefinder.nyc.gov to try to find a vaccine location and schedule an appointment in NYC online. And, if you are outside of NYC, click here to check eligibility and try to make an appointment in New York State.
COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A 2.4.21
Join the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Ryan Health, Lenox Health Greenwich Village, Mt. Sinai Beth Israel, New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and other government officials for a virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Q&A on Thursday, February 4 at 6:30pm. Click here to RSVP via Zoom.
Health Coverage: New York State Enrollment Ends Sunday
If you have lost your health insurance or have not had coverage, go to https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/ for a comprehensive list of affordable options -- including subsidized individual health plans and Medicaid. New York State's current open enrollment period runs until Sunday, January 31. New Yorkers can enroll in Medicaid all year long.
FBI Most Wanted: U.S. Capitol Violence
The FBI is seeking information that will assist in identifying individuals who were actively instigating rioting and violence in the U.S. Capitol building and surrounding area in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, January 6. If you witnessed unlawful violent actions or have any information about the listed cases, you should submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov. You may also call ‪1-800-CALL-FBI (1-‪800-225-5324) to verbally report tips and/or information related to this investigation. Find more information and view the cases here.
OMNY Now Available Across MTA Stations and Buses
The OMNY contact-less fare payment systems is now fully installed at all MTA subway stations and buses. The system is pay-per-ride so unlimited card options are unavailable via OMNY. They don’t currently have reduced fares built in for students, seniors, or other reduced fare programs. These will be available at future phases of the rollout. Click here for more information on OMNY.
Join Your Local Community Board
Apply now to join your Community Board. The Boards are pivotal in shaping their communities and work to enhance and preserve the character of the city’s many unique neighborhoods. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer's application has been extended through Monday, February 22. Apply here.