Town of Cicero honors Del Galdo Law Group 25th anniversary

Town of Cicero honors Del Galdo Law Group 25th anniversary Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees on Tuesday, July 9, 2024, commemorated the 25th Anniversary of the Del Galdo Law Group LLC and its principle attorney Michael T. De Galdo. The board unanimously approved a proclamation honoring Del Galdo for his nearly 20 years of service as the Town Attorney for the Town of Cicero and the celebration of [Learn More]

Hundreds get wellness guidance at Cicero Health Department’s annual Women’s Wellness event

Hundreds get wellness guidance at Cicero Health Department’s annual Women’s Wellness event The annual women’s health fair welcomed hundreds of women on May, 29th, 2024 to the Cicero Community Center. The wellness event began at 1 in the afternoon providing a variety of different services to the community. “We are really grateful to have everybody that showed up here today. We are offering thai chi, sound therapy, B12 shots and of course health screenings,” said [Learn More]

Volunteers gather for annual Town of Cicero Cleanup Week drive

Volunteers gather for annual Town of Cicero Cleanup Week drive The Town of Cicero launched their annual Town-wide Community Cleanup with volunteers from the schools, local businesses, community organizations and the Town’s many Departments. The cleanup drive is coordinated every year by Town Assessor Emilio “Emo” Cundari who supervises the volunteers to not only pickup litter but to also identify areas of the town where there is graffiti that can be targeted and scheduled for [Learn More]

75 Volunteers graduate with CERT training for community

75 Volunteers graduate with CERT training for community The Town of Cicero has gained 75 volunteers who as of April 15th, 2024 are part of Cicero’s first certified emergency response team (CERT). Yesterday, Town President Larry Dominick celebrated this Town-wide accomplishment with a graduation ceremony at the council chambers. “It’s amazing to see so many people volunteer and that shows they’re part of the community. Like I said in the meeting, I volunteered for the [Learn More]

Cicero releases new budget offering flood mitigation funds with no property tax increase

Cicero releases new budget offering flood mitigation funds with no property tax increase Cicero, Il. — The Town of Cicero approved its 2024-25 annual budget Tuesday that calls for no property tax increase and allocates up to $1.1 million in flood mitigation funding. President Larry Dominick noted that 48 percent of General funds are allocated to cover Police and Fire department costs, with the majority allocated to fund a wide range of services that directly [Learn More]

Single Digit Temperatures doesn’t Stop Seniors from enjoying brunch at Golden Corral

Single Digit Temperatures doesn’t Stop Seniors from enjoying brunch at Golden Corral Even the cold temperatures did not stop the Seniors of Cicero from enjoying another fun trip to Golden Corral, located at 3330 S. Cicero Ave, on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. It felt like 6 degrees Fahrenheit at 9:30am in our beautiful Town of Cicero when our enthusiastic Seniors of Cicero were getting out the Senior Services buses and arriving at Golden Corral. The [Learn More]

President Dominick hosts Christmas Gift Giveaway for families in need

Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees celebration Christmas distributing Gift Baskets to residents at the Cicero Public Safety Building (PSO) 5410 W. 34th Street, on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2023. Gifts included toys for children of families in need, and food and gift baskets to each family that registered with the Town of Cicero. Joining President Dominick were Senior Director Diana Dominick, who organized a special gift bag giveaway for [Learn More]

Cicero residents turn out to support victims of Dec. 1 fire with generous donations

Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero Board of Trustees last week organized a volunteer donation campaign to help the 17 families who lost their homes in the 16th and Austin Street Apartment building Fire on Friday Dec. 1, 2023. Members of the community were asked if they can to help the residents who lost their homes by donating new clothing, small kitchen appliances, personal hygiene kits and toys for children and deliver [Learn More]

Local Soccer club receives donation from Town of Cicero

Local Soccer club receives donation from Town of Cicero In a heartwarming gesture of community support, Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees presented a generous check to the Cicero Pachuca Soccer Club on Friday, December 1. The event marked a significant step towards fostering the development of children in the Cicero community. Trustee Garcia, expressing the importance of investing in the future, highlighted the crucial role that such contributions play in the overall growth [Learn More]

President Dominick, Town Board organize drive to help families impacted by Friday’s fire

President Dominick, Town Board organize drive to help families impacted by Friday’s fire More than 14 families were forced to leave their homes when the 18-unit apartment building where they lived was destroyed by a massive fire on Friday Dec. 1, 2023. The Cicero Fire Department fought the blaze which lasted more than five hours, searching through the three-story building at 59th block of 16th Street to ensure everyone had escaped unharmed. The Town of [Learn More]

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