We’re hosting “Coffee & Conversation” on June 9 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the Masonic Lodge in Fulton. It’s pretty informal, we’re just hoping to give locals the chance to come out, meet us, talk to us about the issues that matter to them, and answer any questions or concerns they may have.
Thanks for your help and I look forward to seeing you in Fulton at the Masonic Lodge at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, June 9.
State Senator Neil Anderson
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.
Fulton’s de Immigrant Volunteer Millers have sponsored monthly programs at the Windmill Cultural Center for the last seven years. The millers will continue the monthly programs in 2017 with an array of educational and cultural opportunities. The programs have been organized by the Volunteer Millers with a grant from the D.S. Flikkema Foundation. The following programs are scheduled for 2017.
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.
For more information about relocating to Fulton, visit the city website.