Capital Improvement Program Projects

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Construction_govdEach year the City conducts millions of dollars of infrastructure projects, called Capital Improvement Program or (CIP). Many of these projects take years of planning and preparation but some smaller projects are able to be accomplished in a matter of months.

For 2017, the City has a full plate of projects in the CIP.  Questions about CIP projects should be directed the to 311 system at  847-448-4311 or 311center@cityofevanston.org. You can also view our Current Construction map, and sign up for email or text updates on Evanston construction projects

2017 Capital Projects Information

Project Status Updates


Chandler-Newberger Community Center - HVAC & Electrical Improvements
Dempster Beach House Renovations
Fire Station Bunkroom Upgrades
Fleetwood-Jourdain Community Center
Fog Signal House Renovations
Gibbs - Morrison Cultural Center Stormwater Improvements
Howard Street Theater
Levy Senior Center - Solar Panel Installation
Robert Crown Community Center Project


Fountain Square Improvements
James Park - North Athletic Field
Lovelace Park Pond Rehabilitation Project
Twiggs Park Basketball Court Renovation

Streets, Water Main, & Sewer

Davis Street On-Street Parking Pavement Repairs
CIPP Sewer Rehabilitation Contract
Garnett Place Parking Lot
Main Street Corridor Improvements
MFT Street Resurfacing
Water Main Improvements & Street Resurfacing Project


50/50 Sidewalk Replacement Program
2017 Alley Paving
Central Street Bridge Improvements
Emerson Street Signal Improvements

Emerson/ Ridge/ Green Bay Corridor Project

Howard Street Corridor Improvement Project
James Park North Lot
Parking Lot Improvements
Safe Routes to School
Sheridan Road / Chicago Avenue Improvement Project
Streetlight Master Plan Study

Water Treatment & Storage

 30-Inch Transmission Main Rehabilitation
 Fire Hydrant Painting
South Standpipe Shed MCC and Building Repair
Treated Water Storage
Water Treatment Plant Reliability Improvement

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