COMMUNITY FORUM, THURS., OCT. 23: Updates on current projects and developments along Central Street

...from Harley Clarke to the Little Island and everything in-between!

This timely program will be held at the Evanston Ecology Center, 2024 McCormick Blvd., Evanston. 

Doors open at 7 p.m. for sign-in and socializing. The program will run from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Details on the agenda, speakers and final program will be posted on the website as they become available.


USA TODAY has named Evanston one of the top five cities in America - at #5!

Read more that this link to USA TODAY

Central Street Community Weekend

October 11-12, 2014

Central Street Neighbors Association is proud to cosponsor Community Weekend 2014 when the Central Street Business Association will hold this year’s fall shopping and fundraising event
to support nonprofit organizations in our community.
Community weekend is a unique way to support not only our local independent shops, but organizations throughout the City that provide services that support us in so many ways.
Here’s how it works. All you need to do is shop. Yes, just stop in at one of the participating businesses on Central Street – both east and west of Green Bay Road. A percentage of your purchase will be earmarked to the charity of your choice from among ten respected organizations in Evanston.
It is painless! Flyers in the stores and distributed in the community include a portion where you can check off your designated charity for the contribution. The amount given to each organization
by the businesses varies. More details on the participating shops and the charities that will benefit can be found at
the website for the Central Street Business Association

The City Should Respect and Follow the Central Street Master Plan

... "The best way for the City to honor the enormous and successful effort of all those who contributed to the heralded Central Street Master Plan is to give its ideas a chance to work." ...

Read the whole essay ...

The City Should Respect and Follow the Central Street Master Plan
A Guest Essay By John Walsh, Evanston RoundTable, 9/10/2014

Temporary Traffic Control Plan Scheduled for Green Bay Rd. and Central St. September 25-26

This from Ald. Jane Grover this evening that will affect traffic on Green Bay and Central Thurs. and Friday, Sept. 25 and 25.


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