The Lincoln Square Business Improvement District (BID) works 24/7 to make this neighborhood clean, safe, beautiful and fun, and we need your help! W e value the opinions of our stakeholders, including businesses, residents, and property owners, and would love to hear from you. 

Click here to t ake our 2018 Customer Satisfaction Survey! S hare your feedback about our many important services and programs and to tell us what we could do better.  Those who complete the survey can opt in for a chance to win a gift card to Whole Foods Market. 

Thank you in advance for your time and your thoughtful responses.


Police say the man depicted in the photos above and the video below robbed two women on Tuesday, January 9, 2018.  At 2:20pm, police say the man went into the Ansonia Post Office on Columbus Avenue and 68th Street...
NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2018
It's too cold to worry about groceries and cooking! Beat this winter weather with fine dining at affordable prices during  NYC Restaurant Week  and enjoy some terrific restaurants in Lincoln Square...
Healthy Habits for the New Year
Healthy habits are always a great New Year's resolution, but where can you begin to make those changes? We've put together a quick list of places to go around Lincoln Square to get you in the right mindset and on the right path to a healthier 2018...
Since 1998, Lincoln Center's American Songbook series has celebrated the creative mastery and diversity of America's own songwriters and muscians with enchanting evenings of wonderful performances. Split between three of Lincoln Center's most intimate venues...
Jihan Zencirli, a Turkish American visual artist, will install more than 200,000 compostable, biodegradable balloons in a series of installations which will be on display in late January through February--her largest project to date. The balloons will...



Women's March 2018
On Saturday, January 20, the second annual Women's March will be held here in NYC.  The march will begin at 11:30am with a rally on Central Park West between 61st and 62nd Streets and continue  at 12:30pm with the procession. The route will go past Columbus Circle, East on 59th Street, and South on 6th Avenue with exits at 45th/44th/43rd Streets.

That day, parking will be suspended on Central Park West between West 59th Street and West 86th Street.  There will also be no parking on Broadway between West 61st and West 65th Streets. The NYPD expects 30,000 people will attend the Women's March. 
Avoid Common Business Violations
The NYC  Department of Small Business Services (SBS)  offers no-cost compliance consultations to help business owners, restaurant owners, and managers understand how to comply with key City rules and regulations to avoid receiving common violations. These consultations can provide information on multiple agencies including the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), the Department of Sanitation (DSNY), and others. Businesses will not be subject to fines during these consultations. 

Click here to fill out a form to schedule a compliance consultation. Click here to see a consultation in action on WABC-7.
Small Business Clinic
The NYC  Department of Small Business Services (SBS), Council Member Helen Rosenthal, and the Lincoln Square BID are co-hosting a free Small Business Clinic with a presentation by SBS on Small Business Financing: How & Where to Get It. The Clinic will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at the National Council of Jewish Women, 241 West 72nd Street. To RSVP, contact Ned Terrace at or ( 212) 788-6975. 
HOPE Count 2018
On Monday, January 22, the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) will conduct its Homeless Outreach Population Estimate (HOPE), an annual point-in-time count of New Yorkers sleeping unsheltered on the streets. The HOPE count is essential for DHS to best provide resources to this population. Volunteers are needed from approximately 10:00pm to 4:00am the night of the 22nd. Click here for more info.