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.
Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board of Trustees wish every mother and mother figure a Happy Mother’s Day this Sunday.
With the warmer weather finally arriving, it’s time to do our part to ensure the town stays clean and vibrant throughout the rest of the year. Town President Larry Dominick and Town Assessor Emilio “Emo” Cundari announce Cicero’s Annual Town-Wide Clean-Up Day for Saturday, May 11. Volunteers, civic and government groups will join together at 9am at the Bobby Hull Community Ice Rink parking lot (5410 W. 34th) and branch out throughout the streets, alleys, [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick and the Cicero Board of Trustees adopted a resolution to recognize September as National Suicide Prevention Month. Leaders of suicide prevention including Joel Frieders of Yorkville and Jonny Boucher and Ike Vinopal of “Hope for the Day” accepted the resolution. “Suicide is preventable. We are trying to get a national conversation started on the prevention of suicide and recognizing how significant a problem it has become,” Frieders said. The resolution reads [Learn More]
Cicero’s Super Senior recognition program made a special exception to an active Cicero resident who passed away earlier this year. The monthly program that honors residents aged 90 or older presented a certificate to the Super Seniors’ caretakers and officials who knew Jeannine Kudrna, who passed away before she would have turned 90 this past March. “She was very active in our community, organizing senior events,” said Town Supervisor Joe Virruso. “She was very active [Learn More]
The Cicero Police Department awarded a series of commendations on Tuesday to members of the Cicero Police Department for various acts of valor and exemplary service. Here are the photos and the stories behind each award: DEPARTMENT COMMENDATION AWARD Reckless Discharge of a Firearm On New Year’s Eve, 2018, Cicero Police Gang Crimes Tactical Officers Branislav Dragisic, Asalem Haleem, Jesus Jimenez and Michael Stasiak were in the area of 1300 S. 58ct, when they heard [Learn More]
Cicero residents came out to Cicero Community Center on April 13 for the annual Easter in the Park celebration. The festival, hosted by the Department of Parks and Recreations and the Cicero Youth Commission, shifted to the Community Center as temperatures started to drop and the threat of snow grew. That threat became a reality later that night and dumped nearly five inches of snow. People still came out in high numbers to enjoy the [Learn More]
Cicero Vehicle Stickers expire at the end of June. 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 [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees partnered with the Office of Special Events to celebrate Lithuania’s Independence and the American Presidency during a special ceremony on Feb. 19 at the Cicero Community Center. The event featured remarks by Mantvydas Bekešius, the Consul General for Lithuania’s Consulate in Chicago. The packed event focused on the commemoration of the 101st anniversary of the Act of Independence of Lithuania, establishing the State of Lithuania after [Learn More]
Goodbye Dog, Hello Pig. That’s what dozens of residents and town officials said as they celebrated the Chinese New Year during a special event in February. The festival coincided with the town’s weekly Yoga offerings on Friday mornings and featured a catered meal after welcoming the Year of the Pig through the eastern health practice. The event was hosted by the Office of Special Events in coordination with Town President Larry Dominick, Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, [Learn More]