Latest COVID-19 Update from Town of Cicero

Latest COVID-19 Update from Town of Cicero These updates are posted everyday in English and in Spanish on our COVID-19 Update Page. Click this link to view each day’s posts CICERO COVID-19 Update: For  2/27/21, 2/28/21, and 3/01/21,  and at the time of this report, per the Cook County Interactive Mapping System, 725 more Cicero residents received COVID tests.  There were 20  more positive COVID cases reported in Cicero.  The total cumulative positive cases in Cicero [Learn More]

Larry Dominick honored as longest serving Town President

Larry Dominick honored as longest serving Town President Larry Dominick became the Town of Cicero’s longest serving executive leader elected 16 years ago on February 22, 2005 and was honored during a meeting of the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees. President Dominick thanked the board for their support, congratulating all of the officials who received the publics vote of confidence during last week’s election. “We couldn’t have achieved what we have achieved in terms [Learn More]

Cicero firefighters have to dig out hydrants before fighting fire at 12-unit building

Cicero firefighters have to dig out hydrants before fighting fire Firefighters in the Town of Cicero had to dig out fire hydrants to access water while fighting a fire that destroyed two apartments in a two-story, 12-unit apartment building on Wednesday morning. Fire Chief Dominck Buscemi said that fortunately there were no injuries in the fire that took under one hour to extinguish at 26th St and 56th Ct, but he said valuable time was taken to [Learn More]

State adds more than 100 New COVID-19 Vaccination sites including Meijer and Walmart

State adds more than 100 New COVID-19 Vaccination sites including Meijer and Walmart Meijer and Walmart now offering vaccines at a limited number of stores The number of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccination locations across Illinois continues to increase. Since February 4, 2021, 134 new locations have been added to the list of COVID-19 vaccination sites open to the public for a current total of 517 locations. The new sites include 22 local health department, medical [Learn More]

President Dominick designates Cicero Stadium as warming center

President Dominick designates Cicero Stadium as warming center President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees have designated the Cicero Stadium, 1909 S. Laramie, at as a temporary Warming Center for families or individuals whose homes experience heating problems. The Cicero Stadium opened beginning Saturday, Feb. 6, from 8 to 8 pm every day until further notice. This shelter is intended to help families to provide them with a place to go [Learn More]

Contact info on Cicero, Cook County & State appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations

Contact info on Cicero, Cook County & State appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations Cook County taking appointments for vaccinations, as supplies are available; same with the Town of Cicero   Cook County officials want to share the site, and new phone number, for those who live and/or work in suburban Cook County.   You can click this link:   https://vaccine.cookcountyil.gov/   A phone number is also now live for those who do not wish to use [Learn More]

Cicero comes out in force for young man facing battling leukemia

Cicero comes out in force for young man facing battling leukemia Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board is proud to have participated in a Birthday Caravan organized by the Make a Wish Foundation on Sunday, January 31, 2021. The participants met at the Cicero Community Park Ice Rink and drove past the home of a teenager, Favian, 17, on the 3500 block of 54th Avenue who is battling Leukemia. “It’s always [Learn More]

Please clear snow from around fire hydrants

Please clear snow from around fire hydrants Cicero Fire Chief Dominick Buscemi and the Cicero Fire Department are asking homeowners to clear the snow from around fire hydrants that are near their homes. By clearing the snow, it helps the Fire Department quickly identify fire hydrants in the event of an emergency. If a fire hydrant is buried in snow, it causes delays in a fire emergency response. You can help. Thank you! El jefe [Learn More]

Pritzker tours vaccination center at Morton East High school

Pritzker tours vaccination center at Morton East High school Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker toured a state designated vaccination site on Thursday located at Morton East High school, 2423 South Austin Boulevard, in the Town of Cicero. Pritzker announced during the tour that the state will receive $45 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to increase local health departments’ vaccination efforts. “The capacity to deliver, to administer vaccines across the state is significantly increasing,” Pritzker said. [Learn More]

Cook County taking appointments for vaccinations, as supplies are available

Cook County taking appointments for vaccinations, as supplies are available Cook County taking appointments for vaccinations, as supplies are available   Cook County officials want to share the site, and new phone number, for those who live and/or work in suburban Cook County.   You can click this link:   https://vaccine.cookcountyil.gov/   A phone number is also now live for those who do not wish to use the internet to sign up.  That number is 1-833-308-1988 [Learn More]

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