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As many Village merchants have to close their doors due to the COVID-19 crisis, show your support in donating to these crowdfunding initiatives.
As your local Business Improvement District, Village Alliance has composed a list of links that you may find helpful during these times of uncertainty.
Things have certainly not been business as usual in the month of March as COVID-19 has spread across the New York tri-state area, the country and the world. While we had more businesses open in the district from January to mid-March than usual, things ground to a near halt with the Governor's order to put the state on pause.
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.
New York City’s homeless population has reached its highest levels ever, and with the frigid cold winter season here, it is imperative to understand how to do our part with the city and house the most vulnerable populations. To better understand the necessary steps that can lead to housing for these individuals, read below on how the New York City’s Department of Homeless Services is tackling these issues with outreach teams and how citizens can help in the process.
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Attention all entrepreneurs and innovators---November is your month! Celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month by checking out these incredible events provided to you by NYC Small Business Services, Women.nyc, Small Business Saturday and more.
The 10th Annual Celebration of Small Business Saturday is fast approaching on November 30th. Just after Black Friday, this is the most important day of the year for small businesses to encourage holiday shoppers to visit their local businesses. Last year in 2018, US consumers spent a record high of $17.8 billion at independent retailers and restaurants on Small Business Saturday.
The NYC Department of Design & Construction have advised the following works will take place between 1/14 and 1/18 to replace the Eighth Street water main.