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 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.

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 be on display until 7:00 pm

Bring your lawn chairs

Cast your kernel - Vote for your favorite car

Enter the prize drawing - $50 in Sully Bucks and $50 Casey's gift card are up for grabs

Fill up - Beef brisket, hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, potato salad, strawberry smoothies, ice tea and lemonade served by the Sully Lions Club

Scrumptious pie and popcorn served by the L-S Speech & Drama Club for freewill donation

Sully Big Band performance starting at 6:30 pm

DJ music by Curt Dunsbergen

Fun contest for kids - guess the correct number of jelly beans and WIN the jar full of goodies!

Kid barrel train rides for 50 cents each - proceeds go to L-S Community Education Foundation Walkathon, southwest corner of square near Sully Plumbing & Heating.

 

 

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.

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 and 10:00 pm; and on July 4th between the hours of 9:00 am and 11:00 pm.

Only use consumer fireworks on your own property; the use of fireworks in city parks or on public property is not allowed!

 

Join us for the annual July 4th Celebration!  Fireworks will be Monday, July 3 at dusk with rain date on Tuesday, July 4; the parade and regular activities will be on Tuesday, July 4.  Hope to see you then!

 

Event Schedule

Parade Entry Form

 

 

The City of Sully has contracted with Central Iowa Televising to perform preventative maintenance by cleaning the sanitary sewer lines beginning Monday, June 5, 2017 through Friday, June 23.  This will improve the sewer’s performance and help identify areas of concern.
 
The cleaning process causes a vacuum in the sewer.  This will not affect most homes, but some homes may be affected that have inadequate or partially blocked drain vents.  The vacuum may cause “P-traps” (the little S shaped bend in the pipe under sinks and drains) to be sucked dry.  Should you notice a sewer smell resulting from this, run a little water in your drains to refill the P-traps.  It is recommended that you shut the water valve off to your toilets, put the toilet seats down and cover floor drains with car mats.  This will minimize any possible splashing of the P-trap water in homes that are poorly vented.  Thank you for your help and cooperation.
 

The City of Sully is asking dog owners to please be considerate of your neighbors and control your barking dog.  Frequent, continual and habitual howling, yelping or barking is considered a disturbance and a nuisance per city code.  Citizens are also encouraged to fill out and file a formal complaint form if this is happening in your neighborhood.