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RFP Issued for Public Art at New Robert Crown Center

A Request for Proposals (RFP) for public art installations has been issued for the new Robert Crown Community Center, Ice Complex and Library. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, October 12. Interested artists and artist teams should visit cityofevanston.org/crownart for a link to the RFP as well as more information about artwork goals, budget, eligibility, selection […]

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Comment on 2016 Street Cleaning Schedule

The City of Evanston encourages all community members to provide their feedback on potential changes to the 2016 street cleaning schedule and street signage. The City is considering changes that will more clearly communicate street cleaning dates, eliminate confusion and improve operations. Community members should visit cityofevanston.org/sweepsurvey to complete the survey by 5 p.m. on […]

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2011 Annual Fire & Life Safety Services Report Now Available

This week the City of Evanston’s Fire and Life Safety Services released their 2011 Annual Report. The department maintains a full-time professional staff of 110 members with the mission to protect life, property and the environment. Evanston has five fire stations which house five fire engines, two aerial ladder trucks, two ambulances and an incident […]