During Small Business Month celebrations, New York City Mayor Eric Adams and NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Kevin D. Kim declared May 9 "NYC Business Improvement District (BID) Day," -- a first-ever day of community action to recognize the extraordinary impact of BIDs to our neighborhood character, cleanliness, and public safety.
New Small BID Support Grant Program Supports Mayor's 'Blueprint for Economic Recovery' Commitment to Provide Critical Resources to Small BIDs and Fortify Commercial Corridors Across NYC
The funding will be used to help CBDOs take critical steps to organize and plan BID formations in 17 commercial corridors around the city. This first-of-its-kind BID development program fulfills Mayor Eric Adams's commitment to invest in underserved commercial corridors and foster robust networks of small businesses around the five boroughs as outlined in Rebuild, Renew, Reinvent: A Blueprint for New York City's Economic Recovery.
We offer a range of grant programs to help community-based organizations strengthen and revitalize commercial districts.
We strengthen community-based organizations (CBOs) across the five boroughs by partnering with experts in the fields of organization management and leadership skills to provide services and programs.
We work with community-based organizations to build vibrant neighborhoods where New Yorkers can shop, work, and live by: