Stickers cost just $50 per vehicle and seniors, military members and veterans, and disabled residents get their first sticker for free. The best thing to do to avoid the long lines and wait times in June is renew your sticker today! For a 2019/2020 Vehicle Sticker application, click on one of the links below. 2019/2020 Vehicle Sticker Application (English) 2019/2020 Vehicle Sticker Application (Spanish) To contest a ticket or for hearing assistance by email: Contact ELopez@thetownofcicero.com
Town President Larry Dominick and the Cicero Clergy Committee invites you to gather with the town’s churches, non-profit community organizations, volunteers, business owners, and residents for our Cicero Day of Prayer, scheduled for 6pm on July 10 at Cicero Community Park, 34th & Laramie.
Town President Larry Dominick, the Town Board of Trustees and the Department of Parks and Recreation invite you to come out to Summer in the Park. This seasonal series of fun and activities features weekly themes that are sure to put a smile on your kids’ faces as they enjoy the outdoors in a safe and entertaining venue. Held every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday throughout June, July and August, kids will be able to enjoy [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick, the Town Board of Trustees, and the Department of Special Events announces this year’s American Fest celebration will run June 20-23. Live music, fair food, rides, and more will greet guests at the Cicero Fairgrounds as they celebrate America’s Independence. The firework show will start at 10pm on Sunday, June 23.
Town trustees Victor Garcia and John Cava began their new terms on the Cicero Town Board on Tuesday, May 14. Winners of the February municipal elections, the two trustees will serve four-year terms alongside Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board, Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, Supervisor Joe Virruso, Assessor Emilio “Emo” Cundari, Collector Fran Reitz, and trustees Bob Porod, and Larry Banks. Punzo-Arias administered the oath of office as the rest of the [Learn More]
The Cicero Fire Department welcomed two new firefighters to the family, and also promoted five during the Town Board Meeting on May 14. Fire Chief Dominick Buscemi swore in Matthew K. Doyle and Richard G. Darling prior to promoting Lt. James J. Gotch to Assistant Chief of Fire Prevention, Engineer Jamey C. Guido to Lieutenant of Fire Prevention, Engineer Andrew J. Michaels to Lieutenant, and Firefighter Eric S. Pitman to Engineer. Firefighter Mark S. Kulaga [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board of Trustees invite you to celebrate Puetro Rican Day. Hosted by Ismael Vargas, this event will highlight the great contributions Puerto Ricans have made to Cicero, Illinois, and the rest of the United States. Join us at 11am on Thursday, June 13 at the Cicero Community Center.
Cicero mothers enjoyed a special night with their younger gentlemen as they filled Cicero’s Community Center for the annual Mother/Son Dance. The event was sponsored by the Cicero Youth Commission, as well as Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board: Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, Supervisor Joe Virruso, Assessor Emilio “Emo” Cundari, Collector Fran Reitz, and trustees Bob Porod, Larry Banks, Victor Garcia, and John Cava, “After last year’s success with the superhero theme, [Learn More]
As the weather turned colder, residents and organizations came out to do their part for Cicero’s annual Clean-Up Day on May 11. Cicero civic, District 99, and Morton 201 High School District student groups, as well as volunteers, gathered at Cicero Community Park in the morning to collect rakes, garbage bags, and other cleaning tools before dispersing throughout the town, sweeping streets, raking lawns, and removing debris left over from the winter. “This isn’t a [Learn More]
Cicero’s Health Department’s efforts to foster healthy lifestyles turned its focus onto women during a day-long event at the Community Center. The Well-Women Day on May 8 featured information and services highlighting ways to improve the livelihood and longevity of the town’s women. “The first step towards improving our health is knowing exactly where we are starting,” said Sue Grazzini, Health Department director. Through screenings for cholesterol, glucose, hemoglobin, body mass index, oral health, and [Learn More]