Drive merry, bright and sober this holiday season

Drive merry, bright and sober this holiday season With the holidays in full swing, the Cicero Police Department is partnering with the Illinois Department of Transportation to remind motorists about the dangers of impaired driving. From Dec. 16 through Jan. 2, law enforcement across Illinois will step up enforcement efforts with a high visibility “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Drive High. Get a DUI” traffic safety campaign. “We want everyone in our communities [Learn More]

Cicero commemorates the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor

Cicero commemorates the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor The Town of Cicero hosted a commemoration in memory of the men and women who were killed on December 7, 1941 during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii that launched World War II for Americans. The keynote speaker was Brian White, the Lead Teacher for Social Science at Morton East High School, who discussed the significance of Pearl Harbor on America, noting that [Learn More]

Town of Cicero honors First responders at luncheons

Town of Cicero honors First responders at luncheons The Town of Cicero and the Cicero Clergy Committee hosted luncheons recently to honor members of the Cicero Police and the Cicero Fire Departments. The luncheons, held separately for each, were organized by Town President Larry Dominick with the leadership of the Cicero Clergy Committee and Chaplain Ismael Vargas. Luncheons were held for the Police Department on Wednesday Nov. 30 at their headquarters, and for the Fire [Learn More]

Cicero officials turn on Christmas Lights at Christmas in the Park event

Cicero officials turn on Christmas Lights at Christmas in the Park event Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees and the Cicero Special Events Department hosted the Annual Christmas in the Park Celebration at Cicero Community Park on Saturday where children and families enjoyed the Christmas and holiday lights, Santa Claus and gifts of hats, gloves and a toy for each child.The event is also the Grand Opening of the [Learn More]

Cicero officials and motorcycle clubs organize annual toy drive to support the Town’s Christmas giveaways

Cicero officials and motorcycle clubs organize annual toy drive to support the Town’s Christmas giveaways Volunteers from the Town of Cicero came together Saturday to conduct the First Annual Toy Run. The event was hosted by the Town of Cicero and several motorcycle clubs from the local area including Stainless Machinez Motorcycle Club. All bikers were invited to join in the ride which started at 10 AM and road through the community collecting toys for [Learn More]

Cicero Launching Seniors of Cicero Newsletter in December

Cicero Launching Seniors of Cicero Newsletter in December Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees re-launch the popular Seniors of Cicero Newsletter which will be published monthly and mailed to Senior residents. The new newsletter to feature all of the upcoming events for Seniors and provide updated information on senior services and programs. The newsletter recognizes the importance of the Town’s Senior Citizen community, individuals who are 62 years of [Learn More]

Request For Proposals

NOTICE OF THE TOWN OF CICERO’S REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Cicero, Illinois (the “Town”) has issued a Request for Proposals to qualified interested parties for sealed, written proposals to provide (1) Environmental Consulting Services and (2) Architect/Design Professional Services to the Town for the development of a new inclusive park. The Request for Proposals is available on the Town’s website at: http://www.thetownofcicero.com/category/notices/. All proposals must be received by the Town [Learn More]

Cicero names Thomas Boyle as new police chief

Cicero names Thomas Boyle as new police chief Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees named Thomas P. Boyle as the town’s new Superintendent of Police at its meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022. Boyle, who began his career in the Cicero Police Department in 1998 as Commander of the Internal Affairs Division, succeeds former Police Chief Jerry Chlada Jr., who retired in August. President Dominick congratulated Boyle and praised [Learn More]

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