- Register Online
- Ice Skating and Sledding
- Lakefront & Beaches
- Chandler-Newberger Center
- Ecology Center
- Fleetwood-Jourdain Center
- Levy Senior Center
- Noyes Cultural Arts Center
- Robert Crown Center
- Summer Camps
- Support Your Parks
- Adopt a Park
- Gibbs-Morrison Center
Parks & Recreation
The City of Evanston's Parks & Recreation Division is committed to enhancing the quality of life of all citizens by providing collaborative opportunities for our community to grow, learn, create and play.
Winter 2015 - Spring 2016 issue of Evanston Life!
To learn more about Winter 2015 - Spring 2016 Recreation, Ecology and Arts classes and programs, please click here. The page also will include smaller PDF files of individual sections.
Register for Programs Now
Looking for a Rec Program On-The-Go? Download the "Evanston Rec" mobile app today!
The “Evanston Rec” app connects mobile users with City programs, facilities and events, providing instant access to information and services. It also serves as a tool for visitors looking for something to do around town.
The app is currently available for download from the App Store and Google Play, for iPhone and Android users. To download now, scan the QR codes above.
The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department's mission is to provide safe and attractive parks, beaches and open spaces; foster appreciation of our natural resources and conservation through education; provide the highest quality recreation and sports programs and services for people of all ages and abilities; and assist and advocate for local artists, arts organizations and arts education.
Parks, Recreation & Community Services
Winter Farmers' Market
Show the Love Parachute Drop
Evanston HEARTSafe Community
Evanston Symphony Orchestra Concert
Valentine's Day Family Fun Fest
- Emergency Overnight Homeless Shelter to Open February 12
- Mayor Tisdahl's Annual Summer Youth Employment Program Job Fair Set for March 12
- City Releases 2015 Fourth Quarter Economic Report
- Former Negro League Player Ray Knox Receives Key to the City
- GOALed Gallery Calls for Young Artists