Sabula, known as the Island City, has a unique setting and is
one mile long and .25 miles wide. It is completely surrounded by
water, with lakes on the west side and the Mississippi river on
the other sides. The 710 residents are part of river town that
has upgraded itself and is growing with commercial and light
Tourism is a big draw for the community. A bridge brings traffic
from Illinois to the city. The Jackson County Welcome Center is
located just west of the "island city" on Hwy. 64.
Sabula is a sportsman's paradise. At the south edge of the
island we find South Sabula Lakes Park with camping facilities
and boat marina. For relaxation, nothing is better than sitting
on the shore of the Mississippi watching Big River roll by.
Seven miles north of Sabula is the Green Island State Wildlife
Refuge; a 3400 acre wetland popular with fishermen and hunters.
City Clerk: Mike Cotton
Councilpersons: Judy Rittmer, Darwin Paddock,
Sandra Figie, Robert Canty and Rick Dickinson
Second Monday of each month; 7: 00 p.m. Sabula City Hall Community
For additional information call City Clerk at 563-687-2420
Electricity: City of Sabula
Gas: City of Sabula 563-687-2842
Sewer: City of Sabula 563-687-2842
Water: City of Sabula 563-687-2842
911 for Emergency
Fire: Sabula Volunteer Fire,
Police: Chief Brian LeClere,
Boats docked at Sabula
East Central School K-8
St. Peters Catholic Church
504 Elk Street
Sacramental Priest: Fr. Don Bakewell
Pastoral Administrator: Sister Kilburg
Summer Mass: Sunday, 8:00 am
Winter Mass: Sunday 7:45 am
Calvary Lutheran Church
Sabula United Methodist Church
716 Elk Street
Pastor: Rev. Carl Goodfellow
Worship Service: Sunday, 9:15 am
First Alert: Sabula EMT/Ambulance Service,
Hospital: Jackson County Public Hospital -
Samaritan North - Clinton
City Parks & Recreation
View of Railroad Bridge
|South Sabula Lakes Park:
Located on the south edge of Sabula is 35 acres managed
by the Jackson County Conservation Board. The 14 acre
park lies on the banks of the Mississippi River and the
150 acre South Sabula Lake allows the boaters and
fishermen easy access to campsites.
There is a picnic area, pavilion, showers, boat ramp
trailer dump station and playground equipment.
Campground is open April through October, weather
permitting. Camping sites are provided with 20 and 30
amp electrical service.
John Wall Park: River front play area with
picnic tables, shade and playground equipment.
River Front Park: 500 block of River Street.
Pavilion with BBQ cook sites and electricity provided.
Bill Cotton Park: 500 block of Lake Street.
Pavilion with electricity provided. Playground equipment
Caboose: 400 block Vulcan Street
City Fountain: 500 block Pearl Street
Lake Street Gazebo: 800 block Lake Street
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