Programs
CBID BEGINS GATEWAY PROJECT
The CBID has begun a Gateway project to identify and beautify the major entrances to the district. Ten Gateways will be installed by the summer of 2019. This first Gateway is located on Lyons Avenue and Grove Street. The Gateway consists of a natural wood flower box, seasonal flowers, CBID Welcome Sign, and sponsorship plate. Arizona Landscaping has been hired by the CBID to construct the boxes and plant and maintain the flowers.
Sponsorships are available on an annual basis to any Irvington business. Stuyvesant Press is the sponsor of this first Gateway. For more information, contact the CBID office.

TRASH CANS &
SUPPLEMENTAL SIDEWALK CLEANING CREWS

The bulk of the CBID budget is expended on cleanliness projects, including daily sidewalk sweeping, weed-whacking, and illegal dumping removal by Arizona Landscaping, and new trash cans recently added throughout the district.
Arizona Landscaping street crew weeds tree wells
SECURITY PROJECTS

External Security Camera
SECURITY CAMERAS

The CBID provides a matching grant of up to $5000 to its members to install internal and external security cameras in order to promote safety in the district.

Security Camera Monitor

Colorful banners display the CBID logo
SECURITY
The CBID has installed 18 security floodlights (see photo at left) through-out the district and has, in the past, hired a security firm which patrolled the district.Other security measures, including security cameras, are now under consideration by the CBID.

A trash can & floodlights near Angelo's Auto Body

Holiday Snowflakes throughout district

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