Downtown Ithaca During Covid-19
Curbside Pickup Locations
Downtown Ithaca and the City of Ithaca teamed up to create 6 downtown curbside locations where businesses can conduct curbside delivery service while their customers remain in the comfort of their own vehicle.
This new and simple way to deliver merchandise allows downtown businesses to serve patrons with minimal contact while non-essential businesses remain closed to foot traffic.
The curbside pickup hubs will be available starting Friday, May 15 at the following locations:
- Seneca St. and Buffalo St. both near the Dewitt Mall
- Tioga/Seneca St. at the Commons
- Cayuga St. at the Commons
- Aurora St. at the Commons
- Green St. in front of Press Bay
To locate the designated curbside pickup locations, look for the colorful signage (A-frames) along the curb.
Initiatives & Programs
CREG GrantFebruary 17, 2021
Ithaca Community Bike Rack Design Competition- ROUND TWOJuly 17, 2020
State of Downtown IthacaJune 4, 2020
Downtown Ithaca businesses are LGBTQ+ Friendly. Look for the “Inclusive” decal!September 17, 2019
March Gallery Night focuses on female artistsMarch 4, 2021
23rd Annual Chili Cook-Off ResultsMarch 3, 2021
Two new businesses join downtown IthacaMarch 2, 2021
Valentine’s Day Gift Guide ~ downtown editionFebruary 12, 2021
Celebrating Black History MonthFebruary 4, 2021
February Gallery Night features four highly skilled black artists and moreFebruary 4, 2021
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What is the Downtown Ithaca Alliance
The organization behind the place. Downtown Ithaca Alliance is the Ithaca Downtown Business Improvement District (IDBID), a State of New York chartered 501c3 not-for-profit organization charged with the revitalization, development, promotion, and management of downtown Ithaca.