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33rd Annual Blessing of the Bikes! Click on the link below for details.

 Blessing of the Bikes.pdf

 

Attention: 2022 Fulton Dutch Days Arts & Craft Vendors

Please print and complete the application and mail it along with your check to the PO Box listed on the application.

You can also register online through our registration portal. The link for that is: http://getmeregistered.com/DutchDaysArtsCrafts.

Thank you.

The City of Fulton has a prescription drop box located in the lobby of City Hall and the Fulton Police Dept. It is a safe way to drop off expired and unwanted prescriptions. (NO syringes, chemo meds, commercial use, liquids, or inhalers).

 

March 8, 2022

Mill Flour Bake Off

The final program of the season will be a Mill Flour Bake Off at the Windmill Cultural Center on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.

All entries must use de Immigrant ground flour (see entry forms below). Our guests will judge the best tasting entries and each of the Bake Off entries will be available for sale by donation on a first come, first bid basis. In conjunction with the Bake Off, we will be displaying local student art work.

The doors open at 9:00 a.m. for coffee, tea and mill treats. The program begins about 9:20. The building is disability accessible and the program is funded through a grant from the D.S. Flikkema Foundation and a donation from Nelson Corp. The program is free and open to the public.

 

 

Bulk Waste Pickup October 15, 2022

 

If you don't already, be sure to follow The Fulton Association for Community Enrichment (FACE) on Instagram! Their handle is @fultonface. They do SO MUCH for our community, so be sure to show them your support!

FULTON, IL – Like communities across the country and the world, Fulton has suffered because of the ongoing pandemic.  Local friends and family members have died, some have been or continue to be sickened by COVID, and numerous businesses and livelihoods have been impacted just in our little city.  With Valentine’s Day approaching, now is a very appropriate time to pause and think of those who mean so much. This might be a spouse, another loved one, the helpful neighbor, those who work to keep our country safe and healthy, a favorite sports team, pets who are faithful companions—almost anyone or anything. 

If you live in Fulton, Illinois or the surrounding communities, please do take a moment to fill out (and share!) this public safety survey from the Fulton Police Department:

Public Safety Survey (click the link)

BE ALERT: The FPD has recently received a number of calls from concerned citizens regarding phone scams, so here are 5 helpful (and hilarious) tips for detecting and avoiding phone scammers. ⚠️

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