Category Archives: Police Department News

City Council Meeting – June 28, 2016

The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on June 28. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.

City Council Meeting – January 26, 2016

The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on January 26.  Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.

Fulton Police Presents Check To Gurucharri Foundation

The City of Fulton Police Department celebrated No-Shave November by allowing officers to make a $20 donation in order to grow beards for men’s cancer awareness. By the end of the month, the police department raised $615, which included contributions from City Council members and the public. The money raised

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Fulton Police Grow Beards For A Good Cause

The City of Fulton Police Department were allowed to look more rugged during the month of November by not having to shave their faces. It was done all in the name of charity. Here is a video feature that takes a closer look at the department’s No-Shave November. The Fulton

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August 25 City Council Meeting

The Fulton City Council held its second meeting of the month on Tuesday, August 25. Here is the complete broadcast of the event.

City To Host Police Station Open House

The City of Fulton will host a public open house of the new Police Station. It will be on Friday, September 28 from 10 a.m. until noon. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place in front of the building, located at the intersection of Business 54 South and Churchill Road (formerly Truman Road), at

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Fulton Police Station Has A New Location

After 44 years of operating at 510 Market Street, the Fulton Police Department has a new home. The new police station is at 935 Business 54 South, which is at the intersection of Business 54 and Churchill Road (formerly Truman Road). For more information, contact the Fulton Police Department at 573-592-3100. A map showing

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New Parking Ordinances In Effect Downtown

Residents and visitors to the downtown Brick District need to be aware of new parking ordinances that are now in effect. The goal is to create a better shopping experience for downtown visitors. Parking on downtowns streets has been changed from two hours to three hours. This gives a typical

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