The City of Manhattan designated a portion of the public right-of-way on Anderson Avenue and Moro Street to hang street banners as part of the Street Banner Program. This program is used by the City to communicate about departments' goods, services, and events, as well by public, private individuals, or entities to communicate about community-wide special events. All banners are subject to application and approval.
Each entity must submit a Street Banner Application that is subject to approval by City staff. Applications are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. A street banner must inform the public of a community-wide special event and banner display must not exceed 14 consecutive days in one location.