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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 restrictions are revised or lifted. Please contact the city office at 594-3493 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with any questions.

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. Acceptable items are leaves and yard/garden waste ONLY – NO branches; NO grass clippings and NO trash. If you bag the leaves and yard waste they must be in a BIODEGRADABLE BAG. DO NOT use a plastic trash bag. DO NOT bring normal garbage to this dumpster. The area is monitored by a surveillance camera and there is a $250 fine for dumping items other than leaves and garden/yard waste. IF THE RULES FOR USE OF THIS DUMPSTER ARE NOT FOLLOWED, THE SERVICE WILL BE DISCONTINUED! Your cooperation is needed and appreciated.

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 30th. Staff and board members will continue to monitor changes in the mandate while following safety suggestions provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 
 
As we’re unable to definitively gauge the length of time we’ll be closed, memberships and automatic payments will continue as scheduled and account codes will be extended for lost time once we re-open. If you want to discontinue your membership and have a monetary credit issued for the lost time or have any other concerns, please contact the Fitness Center at (641) 594-3555. 
 
Total Rehab will continue to provide services on Monday and Thursdays.  Please contact them directly at (641) 594-3303 if you have questions regarding your appointment or health. 
 
The health of our members and community is our top priority. Although we plan to reopen on May 1st, we ask members to check the Diamond Trail Fitness Center Facebook page for updates and alternative workout ideas. We are actively getting the facility ready for re-opening by deep cleaning and sanitizing the facility as well as undergoing miscellaneous maintenance projects. Thank you for the continued support, and we hope to continue to serve the health and wellness needs of our community in the future.
 
Thank you,
 
Diamond Trail Fitness Center Board of Directors
 

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 sign-in information follows:

Zoom.com

Meeting ID: 653 601 803

Password: 778200

Telephone Number: 312-626-6799

Meeting ID: 653 601 803

Password: 778200

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 should have all items at the curb by 6:00 am on the day of the pickup.
 
The following items are allowed:
 
White Goods such as air conditioner, dehumidifier, freezer, refrigerator, clothes dryer, clothes washer, dishwasher, kitchen range, oven/stove, microwave oven, furnace, thermostat, water heater, etc. will be accepted, but residents must have items placed at the curb and separated from other items.
 
General bulk items: furniture, televisions, computer equipment, lawn furniture, grills, worn out clothing, bedding, scrap lumber, carpet, house wares, toys, bicycles, etc.
 
All gasoline-powered equipment (must be drained of gas and oil): lawn mowers, weed eaters, tillers, snow blowers, etc.
 
Items not accepted: paint, toxic materials, yard waste, tree debris, slate or asbestos shingles and siding, batteries, cleaning solvents, pesticides, fertilizers, propane gas tanks, waste oil, gasoline, diesel fuel, antifreeze and tires.