The Democratic Committee for the Town of Cicero focuses on local issues that effect the lives of people in our community. Whether its taxes and spending, potholes, drainage complaints, placing streetlights, stop signs, sidewalks, business growth, or criminal justice issues, we are here to help our government improve your life. We strive to build a diverse and thriving community that exemplifies the best Central New York has to offer!
Our Committee Chair, Ken Brynien, recently wrote an editorial about this election, eloquently articulating his frustration with, and hope for, Cicero.
The Cicero Democratic Party nominees for Town Councilor, Nate Riley (D, WFP) and Joyce Villnave (D), and Town Supervisor, Judy Boyke (D, WFP), showed up alongside 300 town residents to voice their opposition to the Bus Garage proposed on South Bay Road near Gillette Middle School, the site of last night’s planning board meeting. The …
The annual Cicero Festival and Parade were held on Saturday, June 15, 2019. The quarter-mile parade route route started on Brewerton Road (Route 11) at Crabtree Lane and ended at Sacred Heart Church, the site of the festival. The parade and festivities were well-attended by citizens of the Town of Cicero, with many local businesses …
If you are looking for information on the Town of Cicero government, you may visit the official website here. You can find information on Town Board, Planning Board, and Zoning Board meetings (agenda, attachments to the agenda, meeting minutes, etc.), and links to the Assessor’s Office, Tax Receiver, or Highway Department.
If you want to know when Cicero brush pickup will occur, it depends on your address, and you can find out here.
If you have a problem or concern in your neighborhood, such as potholes or other safety concerns, please contact us via email, Facebook, or Twitter and we will do everything we can to help you out!