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Winnetka Stats

 

Winnetka Statistics

Date of Incorporation: March 10, 1869
Form of Government: Council/Manager
Geographic Location: North Shore suburb of Chicago, located in Cook County
Area: 3.81 square miles

Population

1940: 12,430 1980: 12,772 2012: 12,370
1950: 12,105 1990: 12,174  2014: 12,490
1960: 13,368 2000: 12,419  
1970: 14,131 2010: 12,187  

                      

Municipal Services and Facilities

Number of Full-Time Employees (2015): 146
 

Financial Position:
Bond Rating: Aaa
Operating Revenues (General Fund, FY 15): $24.51 million
Operating Expenses (General Fund, FY 15): $23.99 million

Building Inspection

Number of Permits Issued (2015): 1,254
Construction Value of Permits Issued (2014): $48,139,799

Fire Protection

Number of Firefighters: 21
Calls for Service (2014): 2,150
Number of Fire Stations: 1
Number of Fire Hydrants: 771
I.S.O. Rating Class: 3

Police Protection

Number of Police Officers: 28 (sworn) and 8 (non-sworn)
Number of Police Stations: 1
Annual Calls for Service (2015): 7,449

Public Works

Miles of Streets Maintained: 58
Leaf Program Annual Collection: 9,300 cubic yards

Recycling Collection Totals (2015): Electronics- 76,550 pounds; Documents- 15,600 pounds; Medications- 421 pounds; Sharps- 270 pounds; CLF Bulbs- 2,490 bulbs; and Mercury- under 5 pounds

Municipal Water Utility

Total Water Consumption (2015): 877,519,077gallons
Number of Water Meters: 4,347
Miles of Water Main: 71.5

Municipal Electric Utility

Total Electric Consumption (2015): 121,939,756.79 kWh
Peak System Electric Demand (2015): 32.758 MW
Historical Peak System Electric Demand: 40.09 MW (August 1, 2006)
Number of Electric Meters: 5,051
Average Annual Residential Consumption: 17,740 kWh’s/year

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