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Trick-or-Treat Night 2014 Sully Trick-or-Treat night has been set for Friday, October 31 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm.  Residents that wish to participate in Trick-or-Treat night are asked to turn on their outside lights during this time. Read more
General Election Voting The public is encouraged to take time to vote in the General Election on Tuesday, November 4 – polls will be open from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm statewide. Read more
Fall Brings Slow-Moving Vehicles Motorists are reminded to use caution and watch for slow-moving vehicles on Iowa roads now that the fall harvest has begun.  Be particularly cautious as you approach curves and hills along the roadways. Read more
Daylight Saving Time 2014 Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, November 2 so remember to re-set your clocks by turning them back one hour on Saturday night. Read more
No Burning on City Streets A reminder to residents – do not burn leaves or yard waste on any city street or in the city right-of-way/ditch.  You may burn leaves and yard waste but NOT on the street or in the ditch.  This is detrimental to the street surface... Read more
Centennial Merchandise Still Available The City still has a good supply of 100 year Centennial books for sale at $10 each; as well as 125th merchandise – Cookbooks are $5; Redwing pitchers are $25 and Afghans are $30 and may be purchased at the city office during norma... Read more
Remember Your Construction Permit A permit is required for new construction as well as additions or alterations to existing buildings or structures.  This includes decks; fences and play structures as well as portable and permanent storage buildings or sheds.... Read more
Rooted at America's crossroads, you'll discover a community on the grow - Sully, Iowa. At first glance, you might note the first-rate schools defined by a legacy of academic, artistic, and athletic achievement. You may appreciate the active churches and civic groups that contribute to Sully’s distinctive community pride. And you could see the vibrant local business economy fueled by agricultural, manufacturing, and service excellence.
So whether you’re a visitor, potential resident, or current resident , we welcome you – it is our hope this site gives you a glimpse into why generations continue to call Sully home. As you already know or will learn, Sully is a small, agricultural town bound by faith, family, and a deep-rooted community pride.  sully-map-linkSully is most often recognized by our excellent school systems – Lynnville-Sully and Sully Christian. Others know Sully because of our central location between Grinnell, Newton, and Pella.  So whether you’re a current resident, a potential new resident, or a visitor – we hope this site will inspire you with the spirit of Sully.