As vaccine policies continue to evolve the Key to NYC program has officially been activated. As part of this policy customers will be required to show proof that they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine before entering any indoor entertainment, fitness, or dining settings. To help, we've created a blog post about the most important things to know about this new program.
As more and more local businesses reopen after the pandemic shutdown, we’re slowly starting to resume some aspects of our daily lives, like dining out and shopping outside of our homes. The COVID-19 Pandemic is far from over, though, and there are still many steps you can take to reduce your risk of catching the virus or infecting others. Etiquette has changed and there are many things we all must consider before leaving our homes. To make things a little bit easier, here are just a few ways that you can be a good customer to the various businesses ...
Greenwich Village, it’s time to treat yourself! New York City has hit Phase 3 of the New York Forward reopening plan, meaning that many businesses offering personal care services are once again open for business. While services are limited to those that allow customers to wear face coverings, there are still plenty of ways for you to bliss out at your favorite Greenwich Village salon or spa. And after the stress of the last few months, you definitely deserve a little break.
It’s official! New York City has entered Phase 2 of the New York Forward Reopening plan as of Monday, June 22nd. This means that several businesses including hair salons, barbershops, and some in-store retail shops can welcome customers again. This also means that city restaurants can now offer outdoor dining service! Many Village eateries have set up safe and comfortable outdoor seating areas to welcome you back.
Mother's Day is a week away! If you haven't bought the perfect gift yet, don't take the chance on Amazon shipping to deliver your present late. Instead, pick up and order from these local Village merchants to ensure she gets your gift in time for May 10th. From customized cakes and flower assortments to home decor and beauty products, treat your mom this Mother's Day.
As many Village merchants have to close their doors due to the COVID-19 crisis, show your support in donating to these crowdfunding initiatives.
Many of our Greenwich Village retailers have closed to keep us safe and healthy. But lucky for us, there are tons of online options so that you can continue to support the local businesses that make the Village one of New York's greatest neighborhoods.
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.