We've got some exciting news: we're moving! The Lincoln Square BID has a new home inside of the AAA building on Broadway and 62nd Street. We'll be in an office on the second floor beginning late August and are looking forward to the new space! Our official address will be 1881 Broadway, Suite 2R, New York, NY 10023. Make sure to update your records!
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Met Summer HD Festival 2019
Though August is quickly coming to a close, locals and visitors will soon have the opportunity to enjoy operatic performances at zero cost. From Friday, August 23 through Monday...
NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene are partnering to host a
Rat Academy on Thursday, August 22 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. This free event will take place at 75 Morton Street and will discuss effective rat prevention methods, great for building supers, community gardeners, tenants, maintenance professionals, and more. RSVP by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (212) 564-7757.
On Sunday, August 25, the annual Go Topless Day March (scheduled to coincide with Women's Equality Day) will take place. The event will form on West 58th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues beginning at 11:00am. The march will begin at 1:00pm, proceeding east on 58th Street to Broadway, then turning south on Broadway and ultimately terminating at Bryant Park. Click here for more information about the march.
Move-in Day for Fordham University
Also on Sunday, August 25, Fordham University students will be moving into dormitories. Fordham has SAPO approved permits for both the north and south curb lanes on 60th Street between Columbus Ave and Amsterdam Ave, and 62nd Street between Columbus Ave and Amsterdam Ave. Their permit for 60th Street also includes Monday, August 26 and Tuesday, August 27.
National Preparedness Month
National Preparedness Month is recognized each September to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning now and throughout the year. It serves as a reminder to take action to prepare for the types of emergencies that could affect us where we live, work, learn, and worship. This year's National Preparedness Month theme is: Prepared, not scared. Be ready for disasters. Check out NYC Emergency Management 2019 National Preparedness Month Toolkit for tips and ideas to promote preparedness.