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 Updates Zoning Code as Part of Development Program

Cicero’s zones are getting an update. Through funding with the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA), the town’s Zoning Code and Zoning Map will undergo a revision as part of a new Unified Development Code (UDC). The UDC will build upon and advance the recommendations outlined in relevant planning efforts, including the 2017 Comprehensive Plan, 2014 Cicero Avenue Corridor Plan, and 2014 Cicero Connections Transit Area Implementation Plan. The UDC is a document that combines traditional zoning [Learn More]

Pet Tag Applications Extended to February 1

With the pet tag deadline occurring during a time when congregating in large groups is unsafe, Town President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees decided to extend it. Now, pet owners can extend their pet tags renewals by Monday, February 1, 2021.  Town Collector Fran Reitz said the extension also includes a change in the fees for pet tags.  “We are pleased to announce that pet tags are now FREE to our residents as [Learn More]

Latest Coronavirus Updates

Latest Updates … Para español, haga clic aquí. This page has been created to be a resource for those in the Town of Cicero, Illinois. For State of Illinois updates, visit For information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, visit Click here to go to past daily reports in English through July 28, 2020 Click here to go to past daily reports in English from July 29, 2020 thru Feb. 1, 2021 [Learn More]

New COVID-19 Coronavirus Testing Stations now open

New COVID-19 Coronavirus Testing Stations now open The Illinois Department of Public Health will open a Testing Site in the Town of Cicero for Coronavirus at 34th and Laramie.   The testing will be conducted daily beginning immediately through Sunday, June 28th, from 9 am to 5 pm.   – type of swab: simple nasal swab – No cost to be tested. – Residents should bring their insurance card if they have one, but no [Learn More]

Cicero CURFEW IS LIFTED as of Monday June 8

Cicero CURFEW IS LIFTED as of Monday June 8 The CURFEW has been LIFTED as of this morning. All streets should be open now, according to the Police Chief Jerry Chlada. Barricades have been moved to allow traffic but won’t be picked up until the end of the week.

CLEAN STREETS for Everyone’s Health – Street Sweeping Citations to Resume

The cleanliness, health, and safety of our Town streets is vital during our efforts to fight COVID-19 Recognizing this difficult time for our residents, the Town of Cicero had suspended ticketing of vehicles parked during Street Sweeping hours for 2 months. But it has become a challenge to keep our streets free of litter and debris, including used masks and gloves. The Town of Cicero and the Cicero Police Department has received, daily, numerous complaints [Learn More]

Update from Town President Larry Dominick

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]

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