The City of Evanston has announced changes in service delivery and facility hours in recognition of the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday.
No collections will occur on Thursday, November 26. Thursday’s trash, food and yard waste and recycling collections will occur on Friday, November 27. Friday condo trash and recycling collections will occur on Saturday, November 28.
The 311 Service Center will be closed Thursday, November 26, and will be open for regular hours, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Friday, November 27.
The Morton Civic Center will remain closed to the public.
The Main Public Library Branch will be closed November 26.
The Robert Crown Community Center and Library will be closed November 26 & 27.
The Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center, Gibbs-Morrison Center, Levy Senior Center, Chandler-Newberger Community Center, Evanston Ecology Center and Noyes Cultural Arts Center will be closed November 26 through 29.
Thanksgiving is a City of Evanston parking holiday. In addition, through Sunday, January 3, Evanston shoppers can have their parking validated at participating Evanston businesses with a qualifying purchase. Validation can be used for free two-hour parking at City meters and surface lots on any day of the week. Shoppers must use the Park Evanston mobile app in order to redeem validation. Additionally, “Keep Calm” signs will be placed outside of designated businesses, which will allow customers to park for free with their hazard lights on for 15 minutes for pick up orders.