Mayor de Blasio today combined two popular programs, Open Streets and Open Restaurants, by announcing expanded seating options for restaurants on select restaurant corridors throughout the five boroughs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today added another 23 miles to New York City’s nation-leading Open Streets program, bringing the citywide total to 67 miles – two-thirds of the way to Continue Reading →
Cars will be banned from three Harlem streets this week as the city Department of Transportation works to open dozens of miles of streets to pedestrians to aid with social Continue Reading →
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that two more miles of streets will be opened to pedestrians and cyclists, adding to the seven miles of car-free streets opened ahead of Continue Reading →
East Harlem’s 101st Street will be transformed into an outdoor dining destination through a partnership between a neighborhood business group and the city.
NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) Commissioner Lorelei Salas and staff, in partnership with local BIDs,
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced guidance for the City’s Open Restaurants program.
As the City continues to fight COVID-19, Mayor de Blasio announced today that 200 new Safe Haven beds will begin to open this week prioritizing vulnerable New Yorkers living on Continue Reading →
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