Whether you are moving to our city, or just visiting and want information, we want you to feel welcome.
Established in the late 1880s and officially incorporated in 1905, our community has a rich and colorful heritage. Logging, mining and agriculture provided the economic and cultural foundation in those early years. Today, Sultan is a quiet but growing community with a population fast approaching 5,000.
Our city is on the brink of a great transformation. Already several hundred new residential homes, commercial and retail projects currently are in the development process. We recognize that growth is inevitable, and we are actively taking the steps necessary to protect the wonderful way of life that our residents have treasured for over one hundred years.
THE LATEST FROM CITY HALL
The City of Sultan is accepting applications from business owners interested in promoting their businesses on Sultan’s Business Promotion Sign, located just west of the Sultan Bridge in the 400 block of U.S. 2. The spaces allow for promotional banners … Continue reading →
This information was provided by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) What is WSDOT doing? Central Washington Asphalt, Inc. will resurface three sections of U.S. 2 between Gold Bar and five miles east of Skykomish starting in summer 2017. … Continue reading →
The 2017 Sultan Summer Shindig Festival takes place Friday, July 7 through Sunday, July 9! Discounted Shindig Carnival day passes can be purchased for $20 prior to July 7 at the Sultan Visitors Information Center, Coastal Community Bank, NAPA Auto … Continue reading →
Sultan residents will notice a few extra splashes of red, white and blue as they travel along Main Street, as each of the 10 fire hydrants positioned between 1st Street and U.S. 2 boast patriotic new paint jobs! The hydrant … Continue reading →
The City of Sultan said farewell to Detective Chad Matthews recently, honoring him with a key to the city for his exemplary contributions to public safety. Matthews is the only law enforcement officer in Sultan’s history to be afforded such … Continue reading →
(shown above: Councilmember/Mayor Pro Tem John Seehuus presented Dr. Sarah Sadler with the Business Spotlight during the Sultan City Council meeting on Thursday, June 22, 2017.) Cascade Health Clinic is located at 805 Stevens Avenue, Sultan, and the owner is Dr. … Continue reading →
(shown above: Councilmember/Mayor Pro Tem John Seehuus presented Friends of the Sultan Library members Angela Olson and Jean Roberts with the Volunteer Spotlight during the Sultan City Council meeting on Thursday, June 22, 2017.) The Friends of the Sultan Library … Continue reading →
(shown above: Councilmember/Mayor Pro Tem John Seehuus presented Brian Pinkerton with the Education Spotlight during the Sultan City Council meeting on Thursday, June 22, 2017.) Newtonian physics and EmDrive technology and are perhaps not subjects one might expect to see included … Continue reading →
MONTHLY EVENT CALENDAR
Monthly Calendar: June 2017