VEHICLE TAG NOTICE DUE TO THE CLOSING OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES for the Observance of the Independence Day Holiday, Cicero Town Hall will be CLOSED ON: FRI. 6/30, MON. 7/3, and TUES. 7/4. ALL SALES ON CICERO VEHICLE STICKERS WILL NOT BE CHARGED A LATE FEE IF PURCHASED FROM THE COLLECTOR’S OFFICE ON: WED. 7/5 or THURS.7/6 DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS OF 8 A.M. – 8 P.M.
On Tuesday, June 27, the Cicero Town Board approved the closure of Cicero’s Administrative Offices of Town Hall on Monday, July 3, and Tuesday, July 4, to observe America’s Independence Day holiday. Offices will reopen at normal business hours (8am to 8pm) on Wednesday, July 5.
The Cicero Youth Commission, in conjunction with Town President Larry Dominick and the Cicero Community Center, presents a Free Family Movie Night! The CYC will show “Moana,” the latest Disney Animated Feature. It stars Auli’i Cravalho as Moana and Dwayne Johnson as Maui. The 2016 film focuses on Moana, a determined woman and daughter of the tribal chief, who embarks on a quest to reunite a mystic relic with the goddess to which it belongs. The [Learn More]
The Cicero Board of Trustees voted to affirm the mandate given by Cicero residents to opt out of the Cook County ordinance that imposed a higher-than-statewide minimum wage on local business. The unanimous June 13 decision by the board reflects the 58 percent support to opt out of the ordinance during the April 4 election. The town still adheres to Illinois and federal minimum wage laws.
Join Town President Larry Dominick and the Department of Special Events as we celebrate America with American Fest! This annual festival will run from June 15-18 at the Cicero Fairgrounds (34th & Laramie). We have a lot of great live acts, fantastic food, rides and more! Join us after 10pm on Sunday, June 18, as we celebrate America’s Independence with our very own Fireworks show.
No child in Cicero needs to go hungry this summer, thanks to the Clyde Park District. Starting June 12, the park district will provide free lunches and snacks Monday through Friday to children and youth aged 18 and under. The meals will be served at Cicero Stadium on Laramie Avenue and the Manor Park Community building on Park Avenue. The Summer Meals program will continue through August 18. “Summer can be a tough time for [Learn More]
Robert F. “Bob” Porod became the newest town Trustee during the swearing-in ceremony. Born and raised in Cicero, Porod said he knows the town very well. He has coached youth baseball and basketball teams and has mentored Cicero youth in science, math and continuing education opportunities. Outside of his civic work, Porod has been a professional engineer, registered to work in Illinois and Michigan. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Analysis and Design Engineering from [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick, Town Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, Town Supervisor Joe Virusso, Town Trustee Trustee Larry Banks, and newly elected-Town Trustee Bob Porod were sworn into office for new terms at the May 9, 2017, board meeting. “We are thankful to Cicero’s residents for entrusting us to continue to improve this wonderful town for the next four years,” Dominick said. “A lot has been done, but there is still a great amount of work to [Learn More]
A team of Morton East students placed second in the Illinois Institute of Technology Raspberry Pi challenge for their smart backpack design. The competition started in February with a formal application, a YouTube video detailing the project and a project design, all evaluated by judges from IIT. Two teams from Morton East were named among the 30 finalists for the competition. John Roach, an engineering teacher, and Christine Tabares, who teaches AP Computer Science, each [Learn More]
Each month the Town of Cicero honors seniors who are aged 90 and above, celebrating their birthdays and their achievements. Celebrated at the board meeting April 25 are Richard Jackubczak, 92; Walter Krol, 96; Irene Reczek, 98; and Elsie Wojdula, 95. Collector Fran Reitz, who supervises the new recognition program, said, “President Dominick and the board want to recognize the Super Seniors in the Town of Cicero who are 90 or beyond. And we’re going [Learn More]