The first public workshop of Envision SoHo-NoHo will focus on local stakeholders’ ideas and visions for the neighborhoods related to retail and office space, the creative industries, and quality of life issues – SoHo Community
Businesses and commercial property owners play a crucial role in protecting our environment and achieving the Mayor’s goal of reducing commercial waste by 90% by 2030. In addition to lowering costs by avoiding common sanitation violations, businesses can benefit by reducing their carbon footprint, maintaining a clean property, and increasing their competitive edge. New commercial […]
NYC Dept. of Small Business Services is excited to introduce no cost compliance consultations to help new and operating businesses learn how to avoid common violations before fines are issued. Compliance consultations will not result in agency enforcement. NYC Dept. of Small Business Services team will come directly to a business and help the owner(s): […]
The City of New York is looking for experienced business owners and working professionals from a variety of industries, backgrounds, and business stages who have achieved success in a particular area to serve as WEConnect Mentors, providing digital and in-person advising to the WE NYC community of women entrepreneurs. WEConnect Mentors will be a diverse […]
New York City is reducing penalties and interest for many violations* issued by the Department of Sanitation, Department of Buildings, and other city agencies. Not including Parking and Real Property violations. Take advantage of the amnesty program before it expires! Amnesty will run from September 12, 2016 – December 12, 2016. Stay informed. Visit www.nyc.gov/forgivingfines […]
Researchers at Columbia University are conducting a research project to examine the role of historic districts in New York City’s urban life. The project includes an online public survey to better understand how New Yorkers value the social, environmental, and economic aims of historic district preservation. Recent scholarship and media coverage have examined how the […]
Street fairs are annual community events that offer neighbors and visitors an opportunity to purchase food, goods and services. The Mayor’s Office of Citywide Event Coordination and Management wants to hear from you. Whether or not you have visited these community events, your opinion matters!
Volunteer interviewers are needed to help us with SoHo Stories: Our Neighborhood Oral History Project. Interview your neighbors, family or friends. Sign up for one interviewer training session below at Mulberry Street Library and help collect and preserve neighborhood history! To sign up, contact Alexandra Kelly at email@example.com or 212-621-0552. Mulberry Street Library (10 Jersey […]