The October 12 council meeting agenda may be viewed under the City Works drop down menu.

The public may view the meeting using Zoom - access details are listed on the agenda.

Trick-or-Treating in Sully will be Saturday, October 31 from 6:00-8:00 pm. The city suggests following these guidelines for Halloween 2020 participation:
 
•Keep family/children in a group and do not mix or mingle with other children/families. Maintain a 6-foot distance if waiting to approach a house.
 
•Candy/treats should be handed out, not presented in a container for everyone to put their hands in and choose from. Alternately, participating households could set out individualized plastic or brown paper bags for children to take.
 
•Everyone should use their own discretion regarding participation. If you do not feel comfortable handing out candy/treats or trick-or-treating due to COVID-19, you are encouraged to abstain.
 
•Houses that wish to participate should turn their outdoor lights on.
 
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While the City of Sully may be “On the Grow” it would seem, our current website is not. However, a Website Committee has been formed to work on bringing you a new website. The Website Committee is looking for feedback from the public through a short survey to help determine what works and what doesn’t; as well as looking for ideas for what should be included on the new website -- here is the link in case you want to participate: Sully Website Survey 

Hurry though – the survey will close on October 1st.

After the survey results are compiled, the Committee will be looking for a provider that best fits our needs. Once a provider has been chosen the goal is to have a new website up and running during the first quarter of 2021. Watch for more information and details to come.

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.

Here is the link to the survey Sully City Website Survey

 

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 violators. Placing leaves, grass clippings and yard waste in this bunker is considered illegal dumping and fines start at $100.

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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 have a fever, cough or shortness of breath; or have age and/or other high risk factors. No tent or other seating will be available - please take your lawn chairs.

NOTHING CAN BE THROWN OR HANDED OUT DURING THE PARADE. Anyone in the high school class of 2020 will be the parade grand marshals and are welcome to ride in the parade on the trailer provided at the beginning of the parade. Streaming video of the parade is tentatively being investigated.

The parade will be staged at Sully Transport near the airport. Kids' bikes and trikes register on the north side of the square near the Deep Rock Station.

Tentative schedule includes:

Saturday, June 27 tractor ride to Montezuma via Kellogg and Grinnell

Friday, July 3 live music by Nick Ryan at Van Wijk Winery

Saturday, July 4 fly-in a Sully Airport, weather permitting; Faithwalkers Youth Group Breakfast to Go; 25th Annual Freedom Fun Run/Walk and Kiddie Run; parade; Deep Rock Ice Cream Shoppe open; lunch to-go at Coffee Cup Cafe; Smokin' J's BBQ trailer; central park concert by HalfBlind; VanWijk Winery open; and antique tractor pull.

Sunday, July 5 community worship in Sully Central Park.