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Evanston at a Glance
Evanston is a vibrant town that is home to the prestigious Northwestern University. Many notable people have also called Evanston home, including John Donahoe, CEO of eBay, comedian Ruby Wax, Patrick Stump of the band 'Fall Out Boy' and Robert Jeangerard, basketball player and Olympic gold medalist.
Population: 75,658 as of July 2014 (U.S. Census Bureau)
Non-Emergency Police or Fire: In a non-emergency you can call the Evanston Police Department on 847-866-5000. The city of Evanston Fire Department can be contacted on 311 or 847-448-4311.
Secretary of State Facility:
5401 N. Elston Ave
Chicago, IL 60630
Evanston City Hall:
2100 Ridge Ave
Evanston, IL 60201
Automotive / Transportation in Evanston
Evanston has great public transport and can be reached via the Metra and the CTA train lines. Evanston is around a 40-minute drive from Chicago, depending on traffic, and approximately a 30-minute drive from O'Hare International Airport.
Residents & Homeowners in Evanston
The United States Census Bureau recorded the population of Evanston, Illinois, as being at 75,658 in July 2014. It also noted that between 2010 and 2014 the owner-occupied housing unit rate was at 55.4%, comparable to 66.9% for the state of Illinois.