A comparison of GINI Coefficients between Evanston and the national average.
The GINI index, a measure of statistical dispersion intended to represent income distribution, is used to assess income inequality. This number, which ranges between 0 and 1, is based on residents' net income and helps define the gap between the rich and the poor, with 0 representing perfect equality and 1 representing perfect inequality.
There are approximately 27,000 different structures in the City of Evanston ranging from buildings to garages to decks & patios to swimming pools. This layer consists of the footprints of the different sections of these structures. Large buildings with multiple levels are broken down into sections by number of stories.
Contains the Inspections for a Food Establishment Business during the current or previous year.
Food Establishment Businesses data set contains the Last Inspected date. If this date for the Business is newer than the most recent Inspection date in the Food Establishment Inspections data set, then the Business has a perfect score of 100.
It is possible to see a business with score of 100 where the Last Inspected Date matches the Inspection Date in the Food Establishment Inspections data set. However, the violation resulted in 0 points deducted from the score. Violations can result in a deduction of 0 to 5 points from a max score of 100.
Food Establishment Inspection data is contained in three data sets: