Programs & Services

With an annual budget of around $600,000,
the NoHo BID manages programs that improve quality of life and promote economic and cultural vitality.

Sanitation & Graffiti Removal


The NoHo Clean Team provides over 12,000 service hours to the district annually. Our uniformed, five-person crew sweeps the sidewalks, empties and relines litter receptacles, cleans graffiti, paints street furniture, and in the winter months, shovels snow from corners and crosswalks. In FY 2022, the Clean Team cleaned 157 storefront graffiti incidents, used 56,899 trash bags, and worked 10,032 hours.

Hairdresser giving haircut to an audience

Marketing & Events


The NoHo BID promotes local shopping, dining, health and fitness, arts and culture, and creative industries through a dynamic digital network comprised of social media, website, and e-newsletters. The BID’s Sponsorship Program gives NoHo businesses an opportunity to elevate and expand their unique brand. And our events, including the Annual Membership Meeting, bring community members together in celebration of NoHo’s past, present and future.

NoHo BID Staff gardening in tree bed with yellow flowers

Public Improvements


The NoHo BID takes pride in beautifying the neighborhood’s public environment. We maintain over forty flower boxes with seasonal plantings; install custom litter receptacles; and continually advocate for upgrades and improvements to the district’s historic streetscapes. Our partnership with the City’s Departments of Transportation, Parks, Planning, and Landmarks, among others, helps ensure NoHo receives the proper resources to thrive and prosper as a downtown destination. As of 2022, we have 60 planters, 6 tree beds, 2 median beds, and we replaced 3 trees on Lafayette St. and Houston St.

Small business resource pamphlets spread out

Business Resources


The NoHo Business Improvement District shares resources, information, and assistance available to NoHo’s business community. Our partnerships with the New York City government agencies including Small Business Services, local elected officials, and industry groups helps ensure NoHo businesses receive the resources they need to flourish and grow in our community. Through social media, sector‑specific communications, and our business newsletter, we share the critical information our businesses need
to succeed.