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Sunday, March 18, 2018:  Martin House Museum Historical Society Event, 707 - 10th Avenue at 2:00pm.  Refreshments will be served.


A letter written by Henry Easely in the May,1917 issue of the Fulton Journal explains his activities in the secret transportation of runaway slaves here in Fulton. Betty Odendorf, member of the Polo Historical Society has done extensive research on th eorganizationwill be the featured speaker.   

2016-2017 Water Quality Report CCR

We will be going “green” by publishing our annual water quality report on our city’s website. Our current report is now available for viewing by going to the Residents New/Current Tab and clicking on the Living in Fulton Menu Item.

Click here to gain quick access to this report:  pdf 2016 - 2017 Water Quality Report (23 KB)

If you have any questions about this report, please contact Fulton City Hall at 815-589-2616.

March 11, 2016

GROWTH & City of Fulton Ribbon Cutting/Open House(s)

Ribbon Cutting and Open House(s)

The City of Fulton's Single Family Purchase Rehabilitation Program event will take place this Sunday at 1:00pm. The first location will be 1603 7th St. and then will proceed to the other three locations to be highlighted at: 1220 13th Ave., 822 9th Ave., & 822 Fowler Rd. Interested buyers are encouraged to attend. 

June 26, 2014

Working at the Thomson Prison and Choosing Fulton

For more information about relocating to Fulton, visit the city website.

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de Immigrant Windmill & Mississippi River Distilling Company

View the link below that provides video information on Ronald Reagan's Ancestral Connection to Fulton, Illinois.

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