City of Fulton Info

The City of Fulton is a traditional, small river town located on the Mississippi River in Whiteside County Illinois. The city has a population of 3,481 people according to the 2010 Census and covers an area of 2.3 square miles.

Fulton is a city most known for its pride in its Dutch heritage. This is shown through the addition of a traditional Dutch windmill, located near the city's dike, which borders the Mississippi. Other local attractions include: the Martin House Museum, Heritage Canyon, the Dutch Days festival held annually on the first weekend of May, and of course its great view of the river.

City Hall Hours:
Monday thru Friday  8am to 4pm
Water Bills can be paid at anytime by using the drop box on the west side of the building.

City Statistics:

Mayoral Form of Government
City Council Members:
  9 (including Mayor)
City Wards:  4 (2 members each ward)
City Hall Personnel:  4
City Public Works Dept:   7 full-time & 4 part-time (seasonal)

Transportation facilities
Senior public transportation

Law enforcement & firefighters
Law enforcement personnel: 7 full-time & 2 part-time
Fire fighter personnel: 30 (volunteers)

General facilities
Chamber of Commerce: Yes
Number of Banks: 2
Credit Union:  1
Public Library: 1
Health Clinic:  1

Number of Recreation facilities
Number of parks: 6
Number of Golf courses: 1 private club
Disc Golf Course:  1
Shuffle Board Court:  1

Accomodation and Lodging
Number of motels: 2
Number of rooms: 60

Historical places / attractions
Number of historical places / attractions: 8

Fulton, Illinois Census Information 2010 (click link):  Fulton, Illinois Census Info 2012

360 Photo Tour:
Windmill Area
Heritage Canyon - 1
Heritage Canyon - 2