During these times of uncertainty, here is a list of links that you may find helpful.
Important information from the Village Alliance regarding COVID-19
Our local businesses are what make our neighborhood a fun and exciting place to live, work and play. In this time of uncertainty, we are asking you to support your local Greenwich Village businesses.
As your local Business Improvement District, the Village Alliance would like to share pertinent business assistance information and neighborhood guidance about the COVID-19 virus.
The 2020 Census does more than just count people, it determines where the $650 billion in federal funding will be allocated. From local to state to federal government, the 2020 Census determines the planning of public infrastructure including education, transportation, public institutions and affordable housing.
Celebrate Women's History Month by reading the stories of Women-Owned Businesses on 8th street.
Greenwich Village has served as a home to an abundance of influential women throughout history. From playwright Lorraine Hansberry to LGBTQ rights activist Edie Windsor to former-First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. As the weather warms this month, take a tour of Greenwich Village and honor the legacies of honorable women.
African Americans have contributed greatly to the history of Greenwich Village. From Marsha P. Johnson’s efforts in the Stonewall Uprising to Angela Davis’ radical speak-outs against the Women’s House of Detention, the Village has been heavily impacted by the work of the Black community.
Struggling on where to find the perfect spot for a Valentine's Day dinner? Wow your date with our hand-picked favorites in the Village!
Lunar New Year 2020 is on Saturday, January 25! Welcome the year of the rat at Asian restaurants across the Village. from Fine dining, delicious take-out and everything in between, our guide to spending the Lunar New Year in the Village has you covered!