Cicero applauds Judge for issuing TRO on State and City View Judge orders Governor Pritzker, Illinois Department of Public Health and City View to enforce state coronavirus requirements at City View Cook County Circuit Court Judge Alison Conlon granted a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) on Tuesday ordering Governor Pritzker and the State to enforce coronavirus procedures to protect residents at City View Multicare Center, a demand the Town of Cicero has been making since the [Learn More]
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Below is an important update on Cicero Vehicle Stickers for 2020 For sticker forms and other forms from the Collector’s Office, visit the webpage.
While the coronavirus pandemic has halted many events and programs throughout Cicero and the rest of the nation, it hasn’t stopped the spirit of celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Below are several videos from elected officials and leaders in the town who wish to spread at least a little bit of the cheer they have experienced from past celebrations of the popular Mexican-American holiday.
Cicero files lawsuit against City View, Illinois Dept of Public Health and Pritzker (Eng/Span) Town President Larry Dominick urges in lawsuit Friday (May 1, 2020) that City View Multicare Center be closed and that all of its residents be transferred to alternate care facilities including McCormick Place, Westlake and other hospitals (Spanish follows below) Click here to read the lawsuit FINAL 05.01.20 Complaint FINAL w Affidavits Town President Larry Dominick filed a lawsuit Friday accusing [Learn More]
Volunteers, residents and Town Officials will gather in a “Social Distancing” parade to celebrate the birthdays of two young Cicero children on Monday April 27: 6-year-old Angel Herrera and 15-year-old Cara Cundari. Angel’s parents, Efrain and Araceli Herrera, and Cara’s parents, Emilio and Melissa Cundari, said they are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support for their children whose birthday celebrations have been interrupted by the Coronavirus restrictions. Both parades were held on April 27. Both [Learn More]
Dear Residents: Para leer este artículo en español, haga clic aquí. I am proud of how the people of the Town of Cicero have come together to help each other and overcome the threat of the Coronavirus. I am saddened to announce that the Emergency Operations Center I set up has confirmed that Cicero has its [Learn More]
Town President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees are happy to announce a new online payment solution for resident’s water bills. The Town of Cicero Water Department bills can be paid here: www.thetownofcicero.com/water-bill-online-payments
As you know, our First Responders, Emergency and Medical Response employees are working overtime to respond to the needs and emergencies of residents during this pandemic crisis. Town President Larry Dominick and the Town Board are asking for volunteers who will be ready to serve in a support capacity in the event that our Emergency Responders and essential personnel need help. We are in need of anyone who is willing and able to help, or [Learn More]
Gov. Pritzker Launches Coronavirus.illinois.gov with Resources for Illinois Residents, Small Businesses In another effort to provide timely and accurate information to the public, Coronavirus.illinois.gov centralizes the breaking updates from state government, prevention and preparation tips, frequently asked questions and resources from public health experts. • News: The latest announcements from the Governor’s Office and state agencies on the evolving response to COVID-19. • Prevention: Tips to keep safe and healthy practices at home, in the [Learn More]