Mark your Calendars to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Mark your Calendars to celebrate Cinco de Mayo Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero is excited to announce that we will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo beginning May 5 through May 8 at Cicero Community Park, 34th and Laramie Avenue. We hope you will bring your family to enjoy this important celebration featuring entertainment, rides and food.

Public invited to meet Social Services Providers Saturday April 30

Public invited to meet Social Services Providers Saturday April 30   The public is invited to attend a free day-long Social Services Fair on Saturday, April 30, where they can meet representatives of all of the Town of Cicero’s Departments and many of the region’s social service providers to get information on any service they need.   In addition to Town Departments, there will be agencies that provide information on senior services, children services, disabilities, [Learn More]

Cicero and Clergy Committee step up to help Ukraine refugees

Cicero and Clergy Committee step up to help Ukraine refugees Town President Larry Dominick, the Town of Cicero Board and the Cicero Clergy Committee are working with two organizations to help the refugees who are fleeing the Russian invasion of the Ukraine. Business License Director Ismael Vargas, who is also the Clergy Committee chair serves as Town Chaplain, is preparing to join an international delegation of volunteers who will travel soon to Krakow, Poland to [Learn More]

Cicero Community Network to host Community Social Services Fair

Cicero Community Network to host Community Social Services Fair The public is invited to attend a free day-long Social Services Fair where they can meet the representatives of all of the Town of Cicero Departments and all of the region’s social service providers to get information on any service they need. Besides all of the Town Departments, there will be agencies that provide information on senior services, children services, disabilities, families, support for low income [Learn More]

Cicero names Blanca Vargas to Board of Trustees

Cicero names Blanca Vargas to Board of Trustees Town President Larry Dominick on Tuesday (March 22, 20220) named Blanca Vargas to fill the vacancy on the board of Trustees created by the passing on January 7 of former Trustee Larry Banks. Vargas is the third Latina to serve as a Trustee. The first was Josephine Herrera and then Maria Punzo-Arias who was appointed the first Latina Town Clerk in 2011. Joined by her two daughters [Learn More]

Cicero Senior Center hosts annual Hearts & Shamrocks brunch

Cicero Senior Center hosts annual Hearts & Shamrocks brunch Nearly 100 seniors enjoyed the annual Hearts and Shamrock luncheon hosted by Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Senior Center, Thursday March 17. Seniors who registered for the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day were able to enjoy a brunch and a day filled with games and that included Bingo and a special Scavenger Hunt. There was also entertainment and music provided during the [Learn More]

Cicero Health Department offer free Rapid PCR COVID tests

Cicero Health Department offer free Rapid PCR COVID tests The Town of Cicero Health Department is now offering a highly anticipated new service for Cicero residents, the Rapid PCR Molecular Test for the COVID-19 virus with results made available to patients in approximately 15 minutes, Health Department officials announced this week. Health Department officials explained that the Rapid PCR test allows for earlier detection of the COVID 19 virus to reduce the spread of the [Learn More]

The Town of Cicero is now accepting applications for Lateral Hire Police Officers

The Town of Cicero is now accepting applications for Lateral Hire Police Officers The Town of Cicero is seeking to make Lateral Hires of currently employed Police Officers. The application deadline is April 15, 2022 by 5 PM. Salaries are $91,121. Not included ins alary are Annual clothing allowance, Academic achievement incentive or Tuition reimbursement. Cicero currently has 170 police officers and a community of 87.000 residents. Candidates should under general supervision, be able to [Learn More]

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