Central Street Neighbors Association (CSNA) is a non-profit membership group formed to promote and preserve the vitality and quality of life of the Central Street Neighborhood in Evanston, Illinois.
Local union chapter representing firefighters and paramedics employed by the Evanston Fire and Life Safety Services Department.
An Evanston organization of concerned residents committed to working with neighbors to identify and solve critical issues affecting the Evanston community. Currently working to get the waste transfer station at 1711 Church Street re-located.
Evanston faith leaders and City officials encourage residents to claim ownership of their home, block and community by adhering to the “Evanston Own It” proclamation, which acknowledges that every resident deserves to live in a safe, caring community and take ownership of everything that happens throughout the city despite where they live.
As a part of its commitment, Evanston’s faith-based community will offer support and pledge to work with residents to achieve an “own it” spirit, in addition to spreading the ideology that what happens to one person in Evanston happens to all.
For a list of upcoming events, visit http://cityofevanston.org/evanston-own-it.
A nonprofit, officially founded in 2010, to support and promote the community and improve local commerce on Evanston’s west side. The area served falls between Wesley Avenue (east) to Hartrey Avenue (west) and Greenwood Street (north) to Lee Street (south).
EWSP will gift to the City of Evanston a sculpture depicting a young suffragist with her bicycle,
honoring early Evanston women leaders and inspiring the City’s next generation.
A family-centered organization in the North of Howard neighborhood that seeks to build and strengthen the community through programs that support personal growth and leadership.
Family Connections– after-school program, ages 5-12
Teen Boys and Teen Girls– Brothers of New Directions (BOND) (high school) and Brothers on the Move (BOM) (middle school), Sisters of Strength (14-19) and Sisters of Unity (11-13)
Evening Tutoring is available.
Residents in southeast Evanston dedicated to preserving the essentially residential character of that area.
For over 50 years, SEA has played an integral role in our community by creating coalitions, engaging elected officials and attending council meetings to speak on behalf of SEA members and the citizens of our city.
SOUTHEAST EVANSTON PARENTS ASSOCIATION (SEPA) was founded in August 1996, by a group of mostly single low-income parents wanting to make a difference in their lives and lives of their children, and the Evanston community. This not for profit grassroots organization determined to challenge parents, schools and their local government.
PTA Executive Board
Washington PTA Executive Board 2014-2015
Co-President – COMMUNICATIONS
CoPresident – STUDENT ENRICHMENT & CULTURE
Co-President – PARENT INVOLVEMENT