Call Town of Cicero for Phase 1A Vaccination appointments

Call Town of Cicero for Phase 1A Vaccination appointments DUE TO A GLITCH  IN THE LINK TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT FOR COVID VACCINE, THE SITE HAS BEEN REMOVED AND ALL APPOINTMENTS MADE ON THIS LINK ARE CANCELLED WITH THE EXCEPTION OF PHASE 1A. UNTIL A NEW LINK IS OPENED, TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE CALL THE TOWN OF CICERO HEALTH DEPARTMENT AT 708-656-3600 EXTENSION 147 OR WALK IN TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY [Learn More]

Illinois begins “Tier 3” restrictions November 20

Illinois begins “Tier 3” restrictions November 20 Click here for Spanish version Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigations With a new wave of COVID-19 surging across the state of Illinois and the nation, the state is committed to listening to public health experts and following the science to keep people safe. Tier 3 builds on the Resurgence Mitigation Plan first released in July to suppress the spread of the virus and ensure our hospitals do not become [Learn More]

New COVID-19 restrictions on Alcohol sales begins Friday Oct. 23, 2020

New COVID-19 restrictions on Alcohol sales begins Friday Oct. 23, 2020 New Executive Order that impacts bars and restaurants prohibits drinking of alcohol after 10 PM, or the sale of alcohol for consumption on site by 9 pm ======= ============ Effective Friday, October 23, 2020 at noon regarding serving liquor: Cease indoor and outdoor consumption of alcohol at 10:00 p.m. Restaurants and food establishments may continue to serve food for indoor and outdoor dining after [Learn More]

Cicero Administrative Court hearings to resume

 TOWN OF CICERO –ADMINISTRATIVE COURT PHASE 4 OPENING GUIDELINES AND POLICY  Purpose  The purpose of this policy is to outline the return to Administrative Court (AO Court) amidst the COVID-19 pandemic for the Town of Cicero during Phase 4.  The Town of Cicero is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for Town employees and residents.  Due to the frequency of changing circumstances involved with the COVID-19 pandemic, measures must continue to be [Learn More]

Cicero officials join food drive effort at Unity Junior High school

Cicero officials join food drive effort at Unity Junior High school Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board including Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, Supervisor Joe Virruso, Assessor Emilio Cundari, Collector Fran Reitz, and Trustees Victor Garcia, Larry Banks, Bob Porod and John Cava joined Committeewoman Blanca Vargas, Cook County Commissioner Frank Aguilar and officials from Morton School District 99 including Board President Tom Tomschin, District 99 Supt. Rudy Hernandez and District 99 board [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]

COVID-19 restrictions eased for Restaurants, Bars and Salons

COVID-19 restrictions eased for Restaurants, Bars and Salons The Town of Cicero Business License Department released new guidelines based on the directives set by the STate of Illinois for the expansion of services by restaurants, bars and salons during the coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. For further information or details, contact Business License Director Ismael Vargas. Here are each of the notices separated (Bars, Salons, Restaurants) to make it easier for each industry to focus on their [Learn More]

Governor’s Guidelines for Easing Restrictions on Businesses under Phase 3

Governor’s Guidelines for Easing Restrictions on Businesses under Phase 3 On Tuesday, May 5th, Governor Pritzker released Restore Illinois, a five-phased plan that will reopen our state, guided by health metrics and with marked by distinct business, education, and recreation activities characterizing each phase. The Restore Illinois plan recognizes that the economy will start growing again when consumers feel that it is safe to return to work, shop and dine out, and engage in social [Learn More]

Video: Experts discuss ways for businesses to survive Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic

Video: Experts discuss ways for businesses to survive Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic The Town of Cicero, the Cicero Chamber of Commerce and Morton College on May 19, 2020 hosted an online workshop to help businesses survive the coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic using Zoom online technology. Speakers discussed ways to businesses to survive and explore strategies to adapt their businesses to the new environment of social distancing and personal contact restrictions. Morton College business leader Ashley Swint discusses [Learn More]

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