|Evanston Wins $250,000 Grant to Support Affordable, Climate Resilient Housing|
Partners for Places, a project of the Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, today announced $250,000 in grant funding to support a City-led project to remove barriers to climate-resilient affordable housing in Evanston.
|EC2C and Advocates for Action Announce Grants|
On May 9 Evanston Cradle to Career (EC2C) and Advocates for Action, a community leadership council formed by EC2C awarded its second round of community-building grants to eight individuals or neighborhood, volunteer-based groups.
|Apply to The Evanston Police Department 2019 Youth Citizen Police Academy.|
Applications are now being accepted for the Evanston Police Department Youth Citizen Police Academy.
|Jesse Jackson Statement on Trump Plan to Take Money From Pell Grants|
The scheme by the Trump administration to diminish the American Dream for millions of our sons and daughters by redirecting $1.9 billion in desperately needed federal Pell Grant funds to an effort to put astronauts back on the moon is an absolute disgrace.
|The Barnacle Parking Enforcement System|
All the driver has to do to remove the Barnacle is pay the $125 immobilization/remobilization fine, plus the amount of the unpaid parking tickets, including penalties – even if the driver plans to appeal them – plus a $200 deposit by calling the phone number on the Barnacle and giving the person on the other line a valid credit card number.
|City OKs Extended Parking Limits|
Areas outside of downtown that are currently zoned for two-hour on-street parking will now allow for four-hour parking after 5 p.m. The change will be implemented immediately on the ParkEvanston App as well as the Pay Stations, staff said.