Vehicle Stickers Will Expire at the End of June

Your 2020-2021 Cicero Vehicle Stickers expire at the end of June. Purchase your 2021-2022 vehicle stickers starting April 1! 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 and renew your sticker early! Avoid the late fee by purchasing your vehicle sticker before July 1. The office will be [Learn More]

Cicero Seniors get vaccinated at Drexel Homes

Town of Cicero Health Commissioner Sue Grazzini and members of her staff have been working hard to administer the Coronavirus vaccine. As soon as the Town Health Department is able to acquire vaccines, the info will be distributed and posted so the public can schedule appointments. All vaccinations have to be done by appointment. As you can imagine, the supply of vaccines provided by the state is minimal compared to the number of people who [Learn More]

Cicero firefighter released from hospital care in good health

Cicero firefighter released from hospital care in good health A Cicero firefighter who was hospitalized after inhaling heated smoke while fighting a fire in the Town of Cicero Saturday was released from the hospital on Monday in good health, Cicero officials said. Ted Polashek was ventilating a roof when he collapsed and was rushed to a hospital. He was taken to MacNeal Hospital and later to Lutheran General Hospital where he was intubated and treated. [Learn More]

COVID vaccinations available in Cicero

The Town of Cicero Health Department is offering the Covid-19 vaccine for those who reside or work in the Town of Cicero. Please use the following link to make an appointment: Please use the following registration codes: Option 1: First dose: Tuesday March 16th, 2021 code: cicero316; Second dose: Tuesday April 13th, 2021 code: covid413 Option 2: First dose: Wednesday March 17th, 2021 code: cicero317 Second dose: Wednesday April 14th, 2021 code: covid414 Option 3: [Learn More]

Cicero Firefighter hospitalized in serious condition while battling home fire

A Cicero firefighter was hospitalized suffering from what is being described as a serious case of smoke inhalation while fighting a fire at a two-story home in the Town of Cicero Saturday afternoon. The home fire at 2112 61st Court was called in at 3:45 PM and caused serious damage to the property. It was quickly extinguished and no members of the family living in the home were injured. But Cicero officials said that Firefighter [Learn More]

Cicero warns residents of online bill payment scam

Dear Residents: The Cicero Police have been made aware of a scam website that is pretending to represent the Town of Cicero offering to allow you to pay your bills online.   The Town of Cicero does have an online payment system for Water bills and for Vehicle Stickers, but it is ONLY accessible by going to our website at www.TheTownofCicero.com.   Please do not use any other website to pay any bills. If you [Learn More]

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]

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