Evanston

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About Evanston Community Council


2013-14 Goals

 

The Evanston Community Council meets regularly to pursue our mission of contributing to the common good of all the residents of the neighborhood of Evanston.  Our goals and objectives are constantly being revised.

Our current goals include:

 

Meeting Agenda and Minutes

 

The Evanston Community Council meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. except for July at the Evanston Recreation Center,

3204 Woodburn Avenue.

Membership is open to all residents, businesses and property owners of Evanston. We welcome participation by all members of the community.   

The Executive Committee meets the second Wednesday of the month, 5:30 p.m., at the Evanston Recreation Center.

Below is the archive of the meeting agendas and minutes for the Evanston Community Council in a PDF format.  


Council Meeting Minutes

December 2012/January 2013

February 2013

February Minutes continued

February 2013 Treasure’s Financial Reporting Sheet    

Regulations and By-Laws of the Evanston  Community Council  

Implemented November 14, 1968 and amended on April 20, 2008.

The Evanston Community Council is a volunteer, community-based organization dedicated to serving the Evanston area neighborhood in Cincinnati. Our mission is "Dedicated to the well being of all residents and to the development of the community through education, business, and spirituality." Founded in 1968 the Council has been an active participant in the City/Neighborhood decision-making process and has been an active proponent for our community.


Only members who are residents of Evanston may vote in the annual election and on issues the membership chooses to limit to residents. Non-resident members can present and discuss issues, participate on committees, make motions for a vote and vote whenever residency is not called.

All residents are eligible to vote for projects funded by the city’s Neighborhood Support Program. The Council is made up of members from the Evanston community. Elections are held on the third (3rd) Thursday of September, bi-annually. Officers serve two-year terms.


The Evanston Community Council meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. except for July at the Evanston Recreation Center,

3204 Woodburn Avenue. Membership is open to all residents, businesses and property owners of Evanston. We welcome participation by all members of the community.