Polish Constitution Day

Join Town President Larry Dominick and the Department of Special Events as they commemorate Polish Constitution Day. Starting at 11am on Thursday, May 3, at the Community Center, the ceremony will honor the anniversary of Poland’s 1791 constitution, deemed the first of its kind in Europe.  

Cicero Police Department Testing Announcement 2018

The Cicero Police Department participates in a comprehensive testing process conducted by the Cicero Fire and Police Commission in order to prepare an eligibility list of qualified candidates for the police department. The current eligibility list expires on 21 June 2018 and the process for creating a new list will begin on 12 May 2018. (see instructions below for further information).  The qualification requirements for participating in the process are: 21 to 35 years of [Learn More]

Father-Daughter Dance Still Strong Despite Weather Delay

Despite the week delay, Cicero’s 11th Annual Father-Daughter Dance featured a capacity crowd of dads and their girls enjoying a special night out at the Cicero Community Center. Because of the snowstorm that shut down most of Chicago on Feb. 9, the Cicero Youth Commission delayed the dance to Feb. 16, a first for the commission’s annual events. “We felt it was safer for our residents to wait until after Valentine’s Day,” said Town President [Learn More]

Cicero Health Department Educates at Healthy Heart Event

Instead of preparing for a romantic night out on Valentine’s Day, on Feb. 14 officials at the Cicero Health Department were busy educating people on ways to protect the heart. The annual Healthy Heart Program at the Cicero Community Center focused on providing insight into how to keep hearts ticking and strong throughout the year. Sponsored by Town President Larry Dominick and the Health Department, the program coincides with American Heart month and provides screening [Learn More]

Three “Super” Seniors Honored At Town Board Meeting

Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero board honored three senior citizens in the “Super Seniors” program coordinated by Town Collector Fran Reitz during the Jan. 23 board meeting. Seniors were recognized for their longevity, each turning 90 or older during the month. January’s honorees included: Eugene Dzidio, a 57 year resident of Cicero who was orphaned during World War II. He is a veteran of the Korean War, brushing against fame when [Learn More]

Cicero Honors Dr. King’s Legacy

On the heels of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, Cicero’s youth and adults joined together to commemorate his legacy during a special ceremony. Held at Cicero’s Community Center, the Jan. 11 event featured students from Wilson School and J. S. Morton High School District 201 discussing the impact King has had in their lives and the lives of millions of Americans. Kasumba “Kal” Lwanga, a member of Morton 201’s Board [Learn More]

Cicero Named One of Illinois’ Safest Cities

Cicero’s effort to make the city safer continues to pay off as a national safety organization has tapped the town as one of the safest cities in Illinois. SafeHome named Cicero the 14th safest city among all communities with more than 50,000 people. Joining the town were four other Southwest and West suburban communities, including Des Plaines, sixth place; Tinley Park, eighth place; Oak Lawn, ninth place; and Orland Park; 13th. The rankings by SafeHome, [Learn More]

Cicero Honors Veterans at Home and Abroad

Students from areas schools, Cicero residents, and town officials gathered to honor the men and women who have worn the uniform during the town’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony. Veterans from every military branch (and even a couple from other countries’ military) attended the event, representing every conflict from World War II to the current War on Terror. Each person who served was individually recognized during the Community Center event, highlighting the town’s many contributions to [Learn More]

Have a Wonderful Holiday Season

Dear Cicero residents, We are fully in the Christmas season, with families enjoying the Bobby Hull Community Ice Rink, trees decorated throughout the town, and lights strung along the rooftop. And Cicero has a lot to do to celebrate the holiday season! I hope everyone can make it out to the Cicero Youth Commission’s Holiday Festival to continue with the seasonal fun. I have it on good authority that Santa and Mrs. Claus will be [Learn More]

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