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City of Evanston
Last updated on October 1, 2015


Promoting the highest quality of life for all residents by providing fiscally-sound, responsive municipal services and delivering those services equitably, professionally with the highest degree of integrity.

The City of Evanston is the local government for the community. The responsibility of the municipality is to ensure that the quality of life is enjoyed by the citizens.

The City of Evanston is a Council-manager form of government.

Date of Incorporation: 1863

Population (2000 Census): 74,239

Area: 7.8 sq. mi.

Distance to Downtown Chicago: 13 miles

Households (2000 Census): 29,651

Per Capita Income (2000 Census): $33,645

Median Household Income (2000 Census): $56,335

Average single-family home: $290,800

Area Code: 847

Contact person: Charliese Agnew, (phone), (email)

Main office number: (847) 448-4311

 2100 Ridge Avenue
Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center

Evanston, IL 60201
This location is handicap accessible
(See a map)

Web Site: http://www.cityofevanston.org


   Nearest Metro/Subway Stop: CTA Purple Line, Noyes Station,
  Walk distance (in minutes): 6 minutes
  Nearest Bus Stop: Ridge & Church, 1 minute walk

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Court-mandated/Community Service Volunteer Opportunity?
This organization addresses the following interests:
Local Government
Is this organization located in Evanston?
Last updated on October 1, 2015

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City of Evanston 5 Average Rating (5 reflections) Average Rating

City of Evanston 5 Overall Experience    Experience rating
Restorative Justice School Sharing Circles: the perfect way to support D 65's 5 Essentials
 Volunteering at Restorative Justice School Sharing Circles with 1st and 4th grade students was a perfect way to observe, advocate and reinforce District 65's Essential components: ambitious instruction, effective leaders, collaborative teachers, involved families and supportive environment. Students are learning to speak and write effectively, master skills, think critically and creatively...; be respectful, kind, attentive, and cooperative with all; celebrate academic and personal successes; involve their families and friends in their educational journies; and create school environments that are safe, welcoming, engaging and provocative.
posted by coppockdh on December 18, 2014

City of Evanston 5 Overall Experience    Experience rating
amazing impact in a short time!
 I worked with a 1st grade class of 23 students. It was thrilling to watch the kids grasp the concepts of sharing, healthy communication, patience, thoughtfulness, thankfulness, etc. I see this as the key to peace in Evanston and the world beyond: to teach kids early about these concepts and learn to live by them.
posted by patblumen on December 5, 2014

City of Evanston 5 Overall Experience    Experience rating
Kindergarten and 3rd grade Sharing Circles through Restorative Justice Program
 The excited, attentive, and curious kindergarten and 3rd grade students who participated in the Restorative Justice's Sharing Circles provide boundless hope for the future as they use their academic, creative and personal skills to address present and future opportunities and challenges with optimism and confidence.
posted by coppockdh on June 14, 2013

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