Cicely L. Fleming
Home: 1423 Kirk St.; 60202
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Alderman Cicely Fleming is a dedicated community advocate and a founding member of OPAL, The Organization for Positive Action and Leadership, a group committed to promoting equity in government. Fleming has served the community as a PTA President, a member of Evanston’s Mental Health Board, and as a volunteer at Connections for the Homeless.
Alderman Fleming holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from DePaul University, with academic and personal interests in policy development & analysis; asset-based community development; voter engagement & mobilization; and racial equity in government.
An Evanston native, Alderman Fleming enjoys raising her three children here along with her husband Andrew. Outside of serving on City Council, Cicely enjoys reading, running, spending time friends, and community
9th Ward Meeting Schedule
Saturday, July 22 9:15 - 10: 45 p.m. Levy Senior Center, 300 Dodge Ave. - Canceled
Thursday, August 24: 7 - 8:30 p.m. - Pope John XXIII School, 1120 Washington St.
Saturday, August 26 : 9 - 10:30 a.m. - Fire Station #2, 702 Madison St.
Saturday, September 23: 9 - 10:30 a.m. - Reba Place Ministry Center, 535 Custer Ave. in Room B.
Thursday, October 12: 7-8:30 p.m. - Levy Senior Center, 300 Dodge Ave. (8th/9th Ward Joint Meeting) - New Date and Location
Saturday, September 23
- Community Announcements
- Police Update
- Open Forum
Environmental Lawsuit Filed Against Nicor And ComEd
Earlier this year, the federal court determined that the City of Evanston's claims against Nicor and ComEd must go forward in the federal lawsuit. Nicor and ComEd spent tremendous energy and money to defeat the City’s Amended Complaint. They failed. Nicor and ComEd must now answer the City’s complaint. Click here to learn about the lawsuit impacting the James Park neighborhood and for lawsuit status update. >>>