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Flushing Business Improvement District

SANITATION SERVICES​

A cleaning team managed by Atlantic Maintenance Corporation cleans the sidewalks and empties public trash cans seven days a week. Following is the detailed schedule of sidewalk cleaning: Winter Months (November, December, January, February, March): Monday to Sunday from 7am to 5pm Summer Months (April, May, June, July, August, September, October): Monday to Sunday from 6am to 7pm. Currently, there are 8 full-time maintenance worker positions.
HOLIDAY LIGHTING
The Holiday Lighting Ceremony has become a major community event, as we kicked off the Holiday Shopping seasons at Macys with elected officials, Flushing BID board Directors and community leaders.  Our goals are to support the local economy and attract shoppers to stay local, and enjoy the best shopping and dining experience that only be found in Downtown Flushing.
BANNER PROGRAM
​​At the request of our members, the BID created a banner program to encourage business activity in the district. The BID install 3' x 8' sized banners made of a heavy duty material onto the lamp posts. The decorative street banners will welcome people to Flushing and showcase the diverse business. Sponsorship is open to all members of the BID as well as the local community. The banner program will also help bring in additional resources to the BID.
ADDITIONAL CLEANING SERVICES

Services

Graffiti Removal  

Compiled master list of the locations of graffiti in the community and teamed with private contractor to remove graffiti under the LIRR bridge and other prominent areas that have been considered an eyesore in the community

​Hanging Flower Baskets

Installed thirty hanging flower baskets throughout Downtown Flushing to promote a greener streetscape.

Powerwash

Eliminated grease and odor from the sidewalks

CITY AGENCIES FOR FLUSHING BUSINESS SEMINAR

- Hosted by Flushing BID at the Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel.
- Addressed important issues that affect small businesses.
- NYC Councilman Peter Koo’s office and Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Consumer Affairs, Department of Small Business Services and Department of Buildings participated.