Dear Cicero residents, It may seem like winter was just yesterday, but school is nearly over, the weather has warmed up, and Cinco de Mayo was a great success. That can mean only one thing. Summertime is here. Cinco de Mayo continues to amaze me. We have had large crowds come out every year to celebrate Mexican-American pride and enjoy the attractions and live music we offer. It’s no wonder Cicero has become THE place [Learn More]
Cicero’s Summer in the Park series is in full swing, with a wide range of fun activities and themed weeks for every interest in Cicero. This year’s series, sponsored by the Town of Cicero and put together by the Department of Parks and Recreation, features many of the family favorites, such as the upcoming Super Hero Week (July 31 – August 3) and June’s Wild West Rodeo week. “We want to make sure the kids [Learn More]
Cicero’s Annual AmericanFest celebration will honor Independence Day during the last weekend in June. Starting Thursday afternoon, June 23, and running until the 10pm fireworks show on Sunday, June 26, AmericanFest will feature an amazing lineup of bands and acts, rides, food and fun for the entire family.
The Illinois Public Health Association (IPHA) Immunization Billing Project announced that the Town of Cicero’s Health Department has been certified for Stage 1 Meaningful Use, and will receive more than $21,000 as incentive to complete the computerized database system. Town of Cicero Health Department Director Sue Grazzini began working in November 2015 with CDP, Inc., IPHA’s Romeoville-based partner on the Immunization Billing Project. The department began using ezEMRx, the electronic medical records system that includes [Learn More]
Morton High School District 201 continues to add to its recent accolades by earning a financial award in integrity and reporting. The Association of School Business Officials International awarded the public school system with its Certificate of Excellence Award in Financial Reporting. The ASBO bestowed the honor upon Morton 201 after the district cleared benchmarks in financial reporting and accountability, by providing accurate and detailed information regarding funding and usage, as well as maintaining its [Learn More]
Dear Cicero residents, May is here and that means it’s time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! This is one of the biggest festivals, not only for Cicero but for all of the Chicagoland Area. We have many live bands, great food and wonderful rides for the thousands of people who will flock to the Cicero Fairgrounds at 34th and Laramie from May 6 through May 8. I hope to see many of you there! +++++ [Learn More]
Join hundreds of Cicero mothers and sons as they celebrate Mother’s Day with the annual Mother/Son Dance. Hosted by the Cicero Youth Commission, this annual event features dinner, dancing and much more for all types of mother-and-son combinations. The event begins at 6:30pm on Friday, May 13, at the Cicero Community Center. Tickets are sold in advance – just $15 per family – and will NOT be sold on the day of the event.
Join Town President Larry Dominick and the Department of Special Events in celebrating the rich Mexican-American culture with the town’s annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. Running from Friday, May 6, through Sunday, May 8, at the Cicero Fairgrounds on 34th and Laramie, the Cinco de Mayo festival will feature many entertaining live acts, rides, food and more!
You may have seen the notice in last month’s Town News that 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.
The Town of Cicero will celebrate Polish Constitution Day at 11am on Wednesday, May 4, at the Cicero Community Center. The event will celebrate the Polish community in Cicero and commemorate the declaration of the May 3, 1791 Constitution, the first of its type in Europe. Every year we recognize all of our various ethnic groups and salute their histories and cultures. We host events for Hispanics, African-Americans, Italian, Czechs, Greeks, Polish and Lithuanians, among [Learn More]