Update 10:20 a.m. - CTA Yellow Line Service has Resumed

The CTA Yellow Line service has resumed operations with residual delays.  Please allow extra travel time.  For further information, please click here to be directed to the CTA website.  

Village, Skokie Residents and Business File Federal Law Suit Against Evanston

Yesterday, the Village of Skokie, three Skokie residents and a Skokie business joined in filing a Federal lawsuit against the City of Evanston to seek protection from Evanston's demand for a water rate from Skokie residents and businesses that is between 264 and 307 percent higher than the water rate it charges to other municipalities. Skokie has purchased water from Evanston for nearly 80 years, and last fall, after 18 months of negotiations, Evanston abruptly decided on the higher rate for Skokie after charging significantly lower rates to attract new customers. The lawsuit seeks equal protection for Skokie residents and businesses under the law for access to fair and equitable water rates. To read more, please click here.


Oakton Street Construction

Beginning Monday, June 18 and continuing through the next several weeks, due to recent water main repairs, the Skokie Public Works Department will restore Oakton Street at LaCrosse Avenue. Two east-bound lanes on Oakton Street will be reduced to one lane and diverted to the left turn lane during the restoration work. Left turns on Oakton Street at LaCrosse Avenue will be prohibited. There will be at least one lane of traffic open in each direction at all times. Motorists are encouraged to take alternate routes while the construction is underway.

 

Purchase Your Vehicle Sticker!

Click here to purchase your 2018 Skokie vehicle sticker.

Skokie 2018 vehicle stickers are now available and must be displayed on windshields by August 31. Stickers are available for purchase online by clicking here or at Skokie Village Hall, 5127 Oakton Street, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

All vehicles registered with the Illinois Secretary of State to an address within the corporate limits of the Village of Skokie must display a valid Village sticker. A vehicle sticker is required even if the vehicle is not physically located in Skokie. The address appearing in the Secretary of State’s records for the vehicle is the criterion and the owner of record is responsible for obtaining the sticker.

2018 Skokie Business of the Year

The Skokie Consumer Affairs Commission is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Business of the Year. Which Village store, service or business provides the most outstanding service to the consumer? Click here to nominate the 2018 Skokie Business of the year!