update

Extended Deadline for First Installment Real Estate Taxes

More information from the Assessors Office here

. News and Views

For the updates on Township Services download the latest issue of News and Views here.

Central at Night

Lou Viverito and Dawn Jackson

Dawn Jackson, Youth Coordinator, and Supervisor Viverito in the new Youth Multi-Purpose Room. The Township plans on offering a Summer Program for Children at the Central Center location.

Louis S. Viverito with Erin Hackett

Superivsor Viverito welcomed Erin Hackett, Superintendent of Central Stickney School District #110, as she toured the renovated facility.

Stickney Dignitaries with Louis Viverito

Supervisor Viverito and Township Counsel Vincent Cainkar, (standing) greeted Stickney Mayor Jeff Walik and Stickney Trustee Lea Torres at the reception following the ribbon cutting.    

Ron Bolda presents Supervisor Viverito with a new library card.

Ron Bolda, Stickney Forest View Library Head of Circulation, presents Supervisor Viverito with a new library card.

Township Services Continue

The Township is continuing to provide essential services to the community, including Transportation and Highway Services, Health Services, WIC Program, Behavioral Health, Office on Aging, and Environmental Health Services.

See the Stickney Township Public Health District site for recent updates to medical service guidelines and procedures. Please call ahead with any questions regarding how to utilize these services.

South Clinic 708-424-9200 / North Clinic 708-788-9100

The Stickney Township Public Health District continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will continue to provide updates on the Public Health District website and social media platforms. Links to these websites and other resources are also available on the Township Emergency Response page and will continue to be updated as needed.


LSV Meal pick-up

Meal distribution at the Louis S. Viverito Senior Center is now in person.


LSV Senior Center

Information on Disabled Parking


Did you know that Temporary Placards can be issued to Stickney Township residents with a temporary disability? More information here.

Renovations Featured During Central Community Center
Re-dedication

Ribbon Cutting

Elected Township officials, along with area dignitaries, celebrate with Louis S. Viverito, Township Supervisor, after he cut a ceremonial ribbon at the Re-Dedication of the Stickney Township Central Community Center, January 11. Ignoring recommendations to level the building, Viverito pushed for the renovation of the existing structure.

In his comments at the ceremony Viverito announced that "the renovation was completely paid for without borrowing and without a tax increase." He also predicted that property values in the area would rise as a result of this investment in the Central Stickney community.

Interior of Community Center

In addition to the invited guests, the building was open to the public and many parents of students at the nearby Sahs Elementary School toured the new facilities, which offer lounge areas, a classroom and a multi-purpose youth space. Programs for adults and children are planned by both the Township and the Stickney Forest View Public Library.

front desk staff

Staff from the Stickney Township Office On Aging greeted guests as they arrived.

Lou Viverito with guests

Area residents enjoyed refreshments in the facility's Community Room during the Re-dedication festivities.

Logan family looking at books.

8 year old Harper and 5 year old Otto join their mother, Susan, in looking through library books in the Multi-purpose Youth space.

Danielle Taylor, Interim Director of the Stickney Forest View Library, introduces young readers to the new facility.

Danielle Taylor, Interim Director of the Stickney Forest View Library, introduces young readers to the new facility.

Upcoming Blood Pressure Screenings

LSV Dates

Monthly Blood Pressure Screenings at LSV

North Dates

Monthly Blood Pressure Screenings at North

Uniper Service Turns Your Home Into a Virtual Senior Center

The Stickney Township Office on Aging, in conjunction with Age Options, is currently offering referrals to older adults for a free service called Uniper that brings the digital world to their televisions. Uniper brings a virtual senior center into the homes of Cook County residents 60 years of age and above.

To be eligible, a person must live in suburban Cook County outside of Chicago, be either 60 years or older, or be a caregiver. A Uniper team member installs a box that connects existing Internet service to a television, effectively turning it into a smart TV capable of streaming lectures, exercise classes, group meetings, entertainment, & FaceTime calls with family–all through a home TV.

Uniper Care is a leading provider of this age-at-home, TV-based and mobile-based solution for care delivery and social engagement. Uniper’s technology-enabled services include live and interactive health and wellness content, HIPAA compliant video Telehealth, remote assessments, family communication, and peer-led groups. Providing an end-to-end solution that transforms a TV or mobile device into an interactive connectivity hub, Uniper empowers every older adult to live a healthy and active social life full of interest and meaning from the comfort of home.

For more information contact the Stickney Township Office On Aging at 708-636-8850 or visit www.townshipofstickney.org.

Mealsite Menu

Open or download the January 2023 mealsite menu here.

January 2023 Menu

2023 Stickney Township Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule

Download the schedule here.

More from the Re-dedication of the Central Community Center

Township Supervisor Louis S. Viverito welcomed Jennifer Toschi, Sahs School Principal and Danielle Taylor, Interim Director of the Stickney Forest View Library. Viverito hopes that Sahs students and their families will make use of the Community Center and the programing offered by the Township and the library.

Supervisor Viverito and a young reader at the door to the Children's Room

Supervisor Viverito and a young reader discuss their favorite books.

Supervisor Viverito with Bedford Park Mayor David Brady

Supervisor Viverito with Bedford Park Mayor David Brady.

Kate Lagerstrom, Stickney Forest View Public Library Head of Popular Services, assists Emmanual Rodriquez while Evelia Castelan looks on.

Kate Lagerstrom, Stickney Forest View Public Library Head of Popular Services, assists Emmanual Rodriquez while Evelia Castelan looks on.

Supervisor Viverito with Jackie Basa, President of the Central Stickney Board of Education, and Louise Zelinski, Stickney Trustee.

Supervisor Viverito with Jackie Basa, President of the Central Stickney Board of Education, and Louise Zelinski, Stickney Trustee.

Seniors:Beware of Covid-19 Fraud

Seniors can be the targets of scams concerning the Coronavirus. Check out this Tip Sheet created by AgeOptions Senior Medicare Patrol to help identify fraud.Información en español.
Highway Department drivers hold Caring For You sign

Stickney Township Highway Department provides transportation services for township seniors.


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