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Below are a few helpful New York City resources for Times Square employees, residents, and businesses.

To report any public safety or quality of life issues, email StreetWatch@TimesSquareNYC.org or call (212) 452-5218.


NYC311 provides quick access to all NYC government services and information.


The Department of Small Business Services (SBS) makes it easier for businesses in New York City to form, do business, and grow by providing direct assistance to business owners, fostering neighborhood development in commercial districts, and linking employers to a skilled and qualified workforce.


NYC Business Solutions is the ultimate resource for NYC businesses, including the latest information on regulations and incentives, and tools to help your business interact with city agencies and stay in compliance.


Community Boards consist of up to 50 non-salaried members, who must live, work, or have some other significant interest in the community. The main responsibilities of the board office are to receive complaints from the community residents, deal with land use and zoning issues, assessing the needs of their own neighborhoods, and addressing other community concerns. Many boards choose to provide additional services and manage special projects that cater to specific community needs. Times Square falls within the boundaries of two Manhattan Community Boards: Community Board 4 (all parts of Times Square west of 8th Ave) and Community Board 5 (all parts of Times Square east of 8th Ave).


NYC & Company is a private, nonprofit, member-based organization—and the official marketing, tourism and partnership organization of the City of New York. Currently, 2,000 businesses are members of NYC & Company. Benefits of NYC & Company membership include the opportunity to participate in various marketing programs.