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.
Cicero Statement on Civil Unrest in the Region The Town of Cicero has experienced some spill-over from the protests taking place in Chicago … but mostly they involve individual acts. Nine suspects have been arrested in three different cases of vandalism and broken store windows. We have had one shooting and the individuals involved in the altercation with each other are in custody. Town President Larry Dominick wants to assure residents that [Learn More]
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]
Face Mask give-a-way Saturday May 16 Mask Give-a-way at Unity Jr. High School, Saturday May 16, 2020 from 9 AM until 12 noon. Sponsored by the Town of Cicero and President Larry Dominick, Democratic Township Committeewoman Blanca Vargas, Dist 99 Supt. Rudy Hernandez and Board President Tom Tomschin, Cook County Commissioner Frank Aguilar, and generously provided by the Willie Wilson Foundation. Co-sponsored by LULAC, the Cicero Voter’s Alliance (CVA) and Cicero’s Parent Patrols. The [Learn More]
Cicero applauds court decision extending TRO protections to City View residents A Cook County Circuit Court Judge granted a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) forcing City View MultiCare Center to adhere to the state’s Executive Order on combatting the coronavirus, and rejected motions by City View, the Illinois Department of Public Health and Gov. Pritzker to move past multiple violations cited by the Town of Cicero’s Emergency Operations Committee. CityView MultiCare Center has been accused of [Learn More]
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 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]
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]