Do you enjoy our community and care about Sully’s economic viability?  Then join the Sully Hometown Pride committee!  Members work to improve community pride and build a stronger Sully.  Join us the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 5:30 to 6:30 at the Sully Community Center.  See you then!

Check out the new City of Sully Facebook page; search for City of Sully, Iowa.  We will be posting general information, reminders, notices and events pertaining to the city.

City-wide garage sales in Sully, Lynnville, Killduff and Searsboro have been set for Saturday, April 29 from 7:00 am – Noon. If you would like to participate, deliver your information to Hometown Press in Sully by 10:00 am on Monday, April 24.

City pet licenses must be renewed each year.  Pet license application forms will be mailed out to all residents.  Completed applications forms and license fees must be returned to the city office before April 3, 2017 in order to avoid a late fee.
 

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Save the date for donkey basketball!  The Sully Night Out Committee is organizing a donkey basketball game for Friday, February 24 at 7:00 pm at the Lynnville-Sully High School gym.  Watch teams of local residents play basketball while attempting to ride a donkey.  Two teams have been confirmed: Lynnville-Sully Schools and Co-Line Manufacturing and two other teams are being organized.   Plan to attend this fun, family-friendly event and see if the Co-Line Mfg team can defend their championship title. Watch for more details to come.

Streets and alleys need to be cleared of parked vehicles and other obstacles at the start of a snow or ice event; thereby allowing City workers to clear snow and ice from these areas quickly and completely.  Vehicles parked on a city street or alley may be issued a parking citation.  In addition if vehicles or other items are not cleared from an alley to allow snow removal equipment to pass; the alley may not be cleaned of snow until the obstacles are removed.
 
Snow and ice control operations are expensive and involve the use of limited personnel and equipment.  Consequently snowplowing operations will not generally be conducted for snowfall of less than 2 inches.
 
Mailboxes—While the installation of mailboxes on the city right-of-way is permitted, the mailbox owner assumes all risk of damage except when a mailbox is damaged through contact by a plow blade, wing, or other piece of equipment.  Damage resulting from snow rolling off a plow or wing is the responsibility of the resident.
 
Landscaping—Property owners should assume all risk of damage for landscaping, including fences, nursery and inanimate materials that are installed or encroach on City right-of-way.  The City assumes no responsibility for any damage incurred to these elements as a result of snow plowing and ice control activities.
 
Other Private Installations—The City will assume no responsibility for underground lawn sprinkling systems, exterior lighting systems, underground electronic dog fences or any other non-permitted features privately installed in City right-of-way.
 
As a reminder, property owners are required to remove snow and ice from public sidewalks within 24 hours after ice and snowfall ceases.  Those responsible for snow and ice removal are not allowed to blow, push or place any snow or ice upon their neighbor’s property or upon a city street or city right-of-way.