2.1 min readBy Published On: April 18th, 2021Categories: See and Do0 Comments on 5 Things You Should Know This Week – April 19th

The return of towing for street cleaning

Starting Tuesday, April 20, parking enforcement will return citywide, including towing during posted street sweeping and for parking in spaces without an appropriate resident sticker will be ticketed. Also, BTD will not be ticketing residents with an expired inspection sticker until May 31. You can get more details here. 

deVINE is celebrating 4.20 with a sale

deVine – a health + wellness apothecary is celebrating 4.20 with a sale on all CBD products. Stop by on Tuesday, 4/20 from 11am-7pm and enjoy 20% and if you purchase 4 CBD items (at 20% off) you’ll receive a free CBD gift!  deVINE is located at 619 East Broadway. 

Free Bluebikes for rides to and from vaccination sites

To boost access to COVID-19 vaccines and support transportation needs as more Massachusetts residents become eligible, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts (“Blue Cross”) will sponsor free Bluebikes rides to and from vaccination sites located within the Bluebikes system beginning on Monday, April 19. Residents are eligible for two complimentary Bluebikes Adventure Pass rides, available across the system’s 10 municipalities! Riders can take advantage of this offer by downloading and opening the Bluebikes app on a mobile device and using the vaccination codes “BLUEVAX1” and “BLUEVAX2,” providing residents who require two vaccine doses with complimentary Bluebikes trips for both appointments. Each code will unlock one free Adventure Pass beginning April 19, and includes free unlimited two-hour rides for a 24-hour period, giving riders the flexibility to travel to and from a vaccination site (for information and to find a vaccination location, please visit mass.gov/covid-19-vaccine). In addition, complimentary bike valets will be available at Bluebikes stations nearest two mass vaccination sites, the Hynes Convention Center (Newbury St. and Hereford St.) and the Reggie Lewis Center (Roxbury Crossing), beginning April 26, courtesy of Blue Cross and Lyft. You can learn more by visiting here! 

Problem Property Meeting

On Wednesday, April 21st at 6:30pm, City Councilor Ed Flynn and the City of Boston Inspectional Services Department will host a meeting with South Boston residents to discuss problem properties, large house parties, COVID super-spreader events, trash removal etc. The meeting will be held via zoom and you can join here.

Prepare for Cinco de Mayo

Lincoln wants to get you ready for Cinco de Mayo with a special fiesta kit to enjoy at home! For $75 you get starters like chips and guacamole, carnitas tacos, and Mexican chocolate chip ice cream! Plus you can add in margarita kits too! Check out the full menu herePreorder by May 4th. 


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