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Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Northwestern University and Evanston's Only Daily News Source Since 1881

The Daily Northwestern

Ald. Jonathan Nieuwsma (4th) sits at a wooden desk and wears a dark suit jacket.

City Council votes to add $1 first-hour parking fee in city garages, excluding Sundays

November 10, 2021

City Council voted unanimously to eliminate free parking for the first hour in city-owned garages Monday through Saturday at its Monday meeting.  People will need to pay $1 for the first hour of garage...

Beachgoers walk on the sand, lounge on towels, and stand on a boat in Lake Michigan at Clark Street Beach.

City Council debates extending lakefront parking fees into yearlong program

October 12, 2021

City Council debated Monday whether to extend a pilot program implementing parking fees along the lakefront into a yearlong initiative. The pilot program was approved by council on July 26 and began...

City residents objected to a 4.9% tax increase during a recession at Monday’s City Council meeting

City Council to allow residents to park vehicles on a parkway

October 13, 2020

City Council voted to allow residents to park their vehicles on a parkway if there is an approved substrate or surface, amending parts of the city code during a Monday meeting. The amendment requires...

Evanston resident Laurie McFarlane. McFarlane attended the Thursday 7th Ward meeting to express her concerns about parking in neighborhoods around Welsh-Ryan Arena.

Evanston residents propose new solution to Welsh-Ryan parking issue

January 17, 2020

Evanston residents debated possible solutions to parking controversies surrounding professional events at Welsh-Ryan Arena during a Thursday meeting. The 7th Ward meeting was held in response to residents’...

City to complete addition of new parking meters by end of May

April 13, 2014

Evanston will soon complete the installation of nearly 1,700 new parking meters across the city, officials say. The city has already installed 1,585 of the new meters and expects to install the rest...

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