Sollefteå Municipality (Swedish: Sollefteå kommun) is a Swedish municipality in Västernorrland County. Its seat is located in Sollefteå.
The former City of Sollefteå (instituted in 1917) was amalgamated with the surrounding entities in 1974 to form the present municipality. It consists of fifteen original (1863) units.
Geographically, the landscape is dominated by woods, and by the Ångerman River and its tributaries Faxälven and Fjällsjöälven, which cross through the municipality.
Historically, the name is found as early as the 13th century in the form of the Latin De Solatum, which would translate to "The Sunny Place" (or so). A market place was situated here in 1602 on Royal permission. The city's coat of arms depicts a Black Grouse.
Sister cities 
In Sollefteå, the sister cities project was initiated during World War II to foster connections between the Nordic Countries. The sister cities were then:
In more recent decades connections have also been made with these cities:
External links 
Coordinates: 63°10′N 17°16′E / 63.167°N 17.267°E