The President’s Welcome

Serving “The Educating Community” Message from President Gregory Stewart: The Evanston Community Council’s mission is to involve the residents, investors, business owners and churches in improving housing, our business district, beautification, safety, recreation, spirituality and other quality of life issues…

Our Neighborhood Assets

  Neighborhood Assets Walnut Hills High School 3250 Victory Parkway Established in Walnut Hills, housed in a Colonial Revival style building designed by Garber & Woodward. One of the premier college prep schools in the country (ranked nationally) with over…

Evanston Employment Resource Connection

About Us: Operated by Evanston Community Council, the Evanston Employment Resource Connection (EERC) empowers individuals to improve their employment opportunities by connecting them to citywide employers and the vital resources necessary to retain their job. The EERC is located in…

News

Join us for the 1st Annual Evanston 5k Run/Walk!

Join us on Saturday, April 6th at 8:30am for the Evanston 5k Run/Walk! This family-friendly community event will kick off at the Evanston Recreation Center starting at 8:30am and follow a 3.1 mile route through the community. Runners and walkers…

Evanston Gala: October 13th, 2018

Join us in honoring the achievements of seven community leaders in Evanston!

Parade

Every Memorial Day, Evanston throws a family-friendly parade! The parade is a fun and exciting community tradition that brings residents and community members out to celebrate our neighborhood’s rich legacy and heritage. We are working to make this year’s parade…

Join us for the 1st Annual Evanston 5k Run/Walk!

Join us on Saturday, April 6th at 8:30am for the Evanston 5k Run/Walk! This family-friendly community event will kick off at the Evanston Recreation Center starting at 8:30am and follow a 3.1 mile route through the community. Runners and walkers…

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Evanston Gala: October 13th, 2018

Join us in honoring the achievements of seven community leaders in Evanston!

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The “Spirit of Progress”

Art is a “Branch of Learning”. A picture can emphasize a thousand words.

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