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Tonight's Sully Community Meeting has been Cancelled! The Sully Community Survey Meeting scheduled for tonight has been cancelled due to the weather. A re-scheduled date will be determined later. Read more
Alert Notification Emergency repairs are under way for a water main break at 4th Street and 11th Avenue. Repairs will be completed as soon as possible.   Read more
2017 Community Survey Results The Sully City Council and members of the Hometown Pride and Sully Betterment committees want to thank the people of Sully and the surrounding area for participating in the 2017 Community Survey.  There were 290 persons that submi... Read more
City Office Closed for Christmas The Sully city office will be closed Friday, December 22 thru Tuesday, December 26 for Christmas.  Have a wonderful holiday weekend!   Read more
From the Mayor - December 2017 It has been brought to my attention that some people in the community don't always know what is being discussed at the city council meetings or know how to voice their opinion. I am going to try to write a short update each month ... Read more
Donations Requested for Christmas Tree in Central Park How Festive would residents like to see the Sully Park during the Christmas season?  The Sully Garden Thyme club has added a lighted Christmas Tree and hanging wreaths on the stage in the Central Park.  We found that a 12 foot lig... Read more
2017 City Election The Jasper County Board of Supervisors have finished the canvass of the 2017 city election.  Results are posted on the Jasper County website www.co.jasper.ia.us     Read more
Sully Trick or Treat Night Trick or Treat night in Sully will be Tuesday, October 31 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Residents are asked to turn on an outside light during the designated time if they wish to participate in Trick or Treat night.   Read more
Sully Cleanup Day Scheduled for September 26 Got clutter around the house?  The City of Sully is sponsoring a citywide cleanup day on Tuesday, September 26 for Sully residents only which will coincide with the city’s regular weekly garbage and recycle pick up.  City resident... Read more
Fifth Annual Cruizin the Square Car Show Cruizin the Square on Saturday, September 16 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm on the Sully Town Square Join the Dutch Masters and show off your classic car! Cars should arrive between 3:30 and 4:00 pm to be included in the voting. Cars will b... Read more
City Office Closed The City Office will be closed Wednesday, July 26 thru Friday, July 28 while the Clerk attends continuing education classes.  Utilitiy payments may be left in the drop box.  We apologize for any inconvenience. Read more
Consumer Fireworks Use While you may use consumer fireworks this year; please be considerate of your neighbors and the public in general.  Not everyone enjoys fireworks.  Consumer fireworks may be used June 1 through July 9 between the hours of 9:00 am ... Read more

As I write this, I remember back to a council meeting when a new resident addressed a few questions to the council members.  I asked him what made him choose Sully for his home; and his response was "because it's clean."  This made me start to think of the other things that I and others that live here could be taking advantage of.

brent-vander-molenWe have lots to offer that many smaller towns can't, such as two great schools - Lynnville-Sully K-12 public and Sully Christian K-8 private.  Both have received excellence in academics awards.  We have a daycare, restaurant, winery, three great churches, two banks, dentist office, doctor's office, chiropractor's office, newspaper, telephone company, meat locker, post office, insurance agent, plumbing and heating store, beauty shops, several trucking companies, lumber yard, gas stations, accountants, many agriculture companies, and much more. 

We also have the Jasper County Freedom Rock located in one of our two city parks.  Best of all we have over 800 friendly people that call Sully, Iowa, home.  I welcome you to visit Sully and see just what all we have to offer and enjoy.

Brent Vander Molen, Mayor of Sully