Cicero Board honors Health Commissioner Sue Grazzini

Cicero Board honors Health Commissioner Sue Grazzini The Town of Cicero Board of Trustees on Tuesday honored Health Commissioner Sue Grazzini for “effective supervision of the Health Department” since her appointment in 2012. In a resolution applauding Grazzini, Town President Larry Dominick and the Trustees recognized Grazzini’s experience, and also the successful efforts of the Health Department’s entire team including the medical staff, administrators, employees and volunteers. The recognition comes in the wake of two [Learn More]

Cicero vaccination rate exceeds 70 percent, county officials announce

Cicero vaccination rate exceeds 70 percent, County officials report View video of the press conference and photos below Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle traveled to the Town of Cicero Monday to announce that the Town’s COVID vaccination efforts have exceeded a 70 percent vaccination rate for the community. Town President Larry Dominick thanked Preckwinkle for the support that Cicero has received from Cook County that provided support to the Town’s Health Department which has [Learn More]

Cicero to Host Virtual Cinco de Mayo celebration

Cicero to Host Virtual Cinco de Mayo celebration Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board Clerk Maria Punzo-Arias, Supervisor Joe Virruso, Assessor Emilio “Emo” Cundari, Collector Fran Reitz, and Trustees Larry Banks. Victor Garcia, Bob Porod and John Cava are happy to announce that the Town will host a Virtual Cinco de Mayo Celebration to be held on Wednesday, May 5 from 4 PM until 6 pm. The Cinco de Mayo 2021 [Learn More]

Larry Dominick honored as longest serving Town President

Larry Dominick honored as longest serving Town President Larry Dominick became the Town of Cicero’s longest serving executive leader elected 16 years ago on February 22, 2005 and was honored during a meeting of the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees. President Dominick thanked the board for their support, congratulating all of the officials who received the publics vote of confidence during last week’s election. “We couldn’t have achieved what we have achieved in terms [Learn More]

District 99 Opens Doors to Sherlock Elementary

For many students, the first day of school represents a chance to meet new teachers and navigate the halls they left just a few months earlier. But for the kids and families from Sherlock Elementary School, the first day on August 28 meant a ribbon-cutting ceremony for District 99’s newest addition. The innovative new building, located at 5347 W 22nd Place, will focus on providing new ways to learn that can impact a child’s academic [Learn More]