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]

Cicero Fire and Police Commission: Cicero Police Conditional Eligibility Test Announcement (due to COVID crisis)

Cicero Fire and Police Commission: Cicero Police Conditional Eligibility Test Announcement (due to COVID crisis) We hope to soon be announcing the testing process for the police eligibility list.  Due to the COVID 19 Stay at Home order we are unable to schedule or provide the dates for the testing process.  We will begin the testing process as soon as possible.  Please monitor the Town of Cicero web site at thetownofcicero.com for information. An announcement of [Learn More]

Coronavirus Testing sites Open in Cicero

Coronavirus Testing site Opens in Cicero – OPENS MAY 27, 2020 – TESTING HOURS ARE 8 AM TO 12 PM   ACCESS HAWTHORNE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER – 708-780-9777 3040 S. CICERO AVE, CICERO   CALL FOR APPOINTMENT – ACCESS WILL START TAKING APPOINTMENTS WEEK OF MAY 18, 2020     We will update you as more sites are made available for Coronavirus COVID-19 testing

CDC issues guidelines on how to protect yourself

CDC issues guidelines on how to protect yourself The Center for Disease Control has issued a report offering guidance to help individuals protect themselves during the coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic. Click this link The helpful guidelines offer guidance on protecting yourself and protecting others. It offers answers to common questions including what to do if you are sick? Should you be tested? What are the symptoms? Plus the site is updated frequently with additional helpful information. [Learn More]

Food outreach to help needy families in coronavirus pandemic

Food outreach to help needy families in coronavirus pandemic Officials of the Town of Cicero, Cicero Police, The Cicero Clergy Committee, Cicero Community Outreach program, Parent Patrols, and other non-Profit Organizations distributed food on Monday to more than 300 needy families impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. (Watch the video below)   Ismael Vargas, chairman of the Clergy Committee, said that each family received a large bag of food that was donated from many different sources. [Learn More]

Cicero Joins regional police and fire units to honor Nurses

Cicero Joins regional police and fire units to honor Nurses Cicero Fire Chief Dominick Buscemi and Cicero Police Chief Jerry Chlada joined Berwyn Fire Chief Tom Hayes and MacNeal Hospital Wednesday, May 6, 2020, to host a parade to celebrate International Nurses Day. Also saluting the nurses with units from he Cicero Fire and Police Departments were and Berwyn Fire and Police were fire and police units from Stickney and Riverside. Hayes organized the effort [Learn More]

Cicero files lawsuit against City View, Illinois Dept of Public Health and Pritzker (Eng/Span)

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]