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Have an Opinion on the City's Website? Do you like the city website? Don't like the city website? Here is how you can let us know. Complete a short survey in regard to the city's current website and help us determine what works and what needs to be changed or updated. ... Read more
Reminder for Tree Limb and Brush Drop-off The bunker at the Public Works building is for tree limb and brush drop-off only. DO NOT place leaves, grass clippings and yard waste in this bunker. The drop-off area is monitored by security camera and there is a penalty for vio... Read more
July 4th Celebration 2020 The theme for this year's July 4th celebration is "Celebrating the Freedom of Hope". Plans have been made to help people maintain a six-foot distance between family/friends groups. Please don't attend if you don't feel well or hav... Read more
Community Center Closure Continues In accordance with directives and recommendations from Governor Reynolds; the Sully Community Center will remain closed and all activities and reservations have been cancelled through at least May 27th or until COVID-19 restrictio... Read more
Sully Annual Cleanup Day Scheduled for April 21 Got clutter around the house?  The City of Sully is sponsoring a citywide cleanup day on Tuesday, April 21 for Sully residents only which will coincide with the city’s regular weekly garbage and recycle pick up.  City residents sh... Read more
Spring Yard Waste Dumpster The city has arranged for a dumpster at the public works facility (located at the west end of 5th Street in the business park) for Sully residents to dispose of leaves and yard or garden waste as an alternative to burning. Accepta... Read more
April Council Meeting Information Due to COVID-19 the public will not be allowed to attend the April 13 Sully council meeting in person. However, the meeting will be available to the public via Zoom. You may join the meeting on your computer or by telephone. The s... Read more
DTFC Statement for COVID-19 April 5, 2020     The Diamond Trail Fitness Center is currently closed due to safety concerns surrounding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).  Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has mandated that we lock our doors through April 30... Read more
Tree Limb and Brush Drop-off The bunker at the Public Works building is for tree limb and brush drop-off only. DO NOT place leaves and yard waste in this bunker. The drop-off area is monitored by security camera and there is a penalty for violators. Read more
Community Center Cleaning Person The City of Sully is now accepting applications for a Community Center Cleaning Person.  The job will require cleaning activities be performed on a regular basis at a minimum of once a week.   It will include checking the communit... Read more
Sully City Office Closed to Walk-in Traffic Sully city office is open for business; however, the front door will be locked. All residents please use the drop box or online service for payments. The Clerk's office is available via telephone (594-3493) and email (sullycty@n... Read more
Rooted at America's crossroads, you'll discover a community on the grow - Sully, Iowa. At first glance, you might note the first-rate schools defined by a legacy of academic, artistic, and athletic achievement. You may appreciate the active churches and civic groups that contribute to Sully’s distinctive community pride. And you could see the vibrant local business economy fueled by agricultural, manufacturing, and service excellence.
So whether you’re a visitor, potential resident, or current resident , we welcome you – it is our hope this site gives you a glimpse into why generations continue to call Sully home. As you already know or will learn, Sully is a small, agricultural town bound by faith, family, and a deep-rooted community pride.  sully-map-linkSully is most often recognized by our excellent school systems – Lynnville-Sully and Sully Christian. Others know Sully because of our central location between Grinnell, Newton, and Pella.  So whether you’re a current resident, a potential new resident, or a visitor – we hope this site will inspire you with the spirit of Sully.
Sully Mayor Gordon Yarrington and his wife Nancy welcome you to Sully on behalf of the city council and city employees. Sully was founded in 1882. The last census reports 821 people living here. Our small city has a large potential, and we are proud of the many things the city has to offer. Our two outstanding schools, many businesses, churches, and parks help provide a wholesome, comfortable, small hometown feeling. We are fortunate to have you added to the great citizens that already call Sully home. Our city website is sullyia.com. Our local newspaper is the Hometown Press. I hope you feel great about moving here, you feel welcome to the community, and you enjoy all the great opportunities your new community offers. I trust you start your new life in your new home with a friendly face-to-face exchange with our businesses and if you have any questions please seek out the City Clerk, Barb Maasdam, Myself or my wife, Nancy, we would love to help you in anyway we can and make your transition to Sully as smooth as possible.