Trick-or-Treat Night for the City of Sully has been set for Thursday, October 31 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.  Residents should turn on their outside lights if they have treats available for the children.

Trash and recycle services for the City of Sully will change to Wednesday for the week of Labor Day due to the holiday.


One of the most challenging and exciting responsibilities an individual can assume is to become a council member or mayor.  The business of city government and local leadership presents a unique opportunity to resolve issues, accomplish goals, and affect the future of your community.
The City of Sully conducts business on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. with additional work sessions possible during budget season (December – March) and special meetings when necessary.  Council members are assigned to committees as liaisons for the various city departments.
This year the Mayor position and two Council Member positions are on the November 5 election ballot.  The position of Mayor is a two-year term.  The Council Member positions are four-year terms and are staggered, so that in one city election three Council terms expire and in the next city election two Council terms expire.  The terms of Council Members Jeff Brummel and Brad Rozendaal are up at the end of 2019. 
The opportunity to run for political office is a privilege we enjoy in our society. To hold office in a city, a candidate must meet the same qualifications required to vote, and be a resident of the city he or she plans to serve.  Nomination papers are available at the City Clerk’s office, the Jasper County Auditor’s office or from the Secretary of State website at  Nominees must obtain at least ten (10) eligible signatures.  Candidate filing begins Monday, August 26 and ends with papers due at the City Clerk’s office by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 19.
For more information about how to participate in the city’s decision-making process, please contact Barbra Maasdam, City Clerk at 594-3493.

Saturday, August 10 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm at the Sully Town Square

Show off your classic car or vehicle! Cars should arrive between 4:30 - 5:00 pm to be in included in the voting. Cars will be on display from 5:00 - 8:00 pm.

Bring your lawn chairs!   Cast your kernel and vote for your favorite car!

Fill Up! Brisket, hamburgers, hot dogs, baked beans, chips, potato salad, strawberry smoothies, ice tea and lemonade served by the Sully Lions Club from 5-7 pm.

Sully Big Band will be performing from 6:30 - 8:00 pm

Movie in the Park! Watch Herbie the Love Bug in the park, starting at dark.

Popcorn & drinks available for purchase during movie from the Lynnville-Sully After Prom Committee


Saturday, June 29
Tractor Ride Begins 8:15 am
Thursday, July 4
Fly-in (depending on weather) 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Breakfast served by Faithwalkers at Community Center 7:00 am – 9:00 am
Coffee & donuts at Deep Rock Station Gardens 9:00 am
Fun Run 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Parade Registration at Sully First Reformed Church 9:00 am
Children’s Bike Registration on northeast corner of square 9:00 am
Carnival games, snow cones and bounce house 9:00 – 9:45 am and
(Sponsored by Diamond Trail Children’s Center) 11:00 am – Noon
Opening Ceremonies 9:50 am
Parade 10:00 am
Music in the Park – Sullyoke CPS 11:00 am
Meal served by Lions Club 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Area Fire Fighters and Kids Water Fights Noon
Antique Tractor Pull     Cancelled
Sunday, July 7
Community Church service at Central Park Stage 6:00 pm

Sully's annual Cleanup Day has been set for Tuesday, April 16 and will coincide with the city's regular weekly garbage and recycle pick up.

Residents must have all items at the curb no later than 6:00 am on Tuesday, April 16

Items not accepted as part of the cleanup day: 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.

White goods such as household appliances, microwaves, water heaters, air conditioners, televisions, computer equipment and large metal items will be accepted, but residents must have items placed at the curb and separated from other items.


Daylight saving time starts this Sunday, March 10. We may be losing an hour of sleep this weekend, but by moving the clocks forward, we get to enjoy more daylight during the spring and summer.