Category Archives: Public Works News
The combination of terrain and residential and commercial developments can create unique drainage problems. To help alleviate issues near Second Street and State Street, City contractors are currently installing a new drainage pipe. Beginning at the northeast corner of Second and State, the pipe travels west towards Oak Street before
More than 100 volunteers participated in the inaugural Scream Clean along Stinson Creek and the trail with the same name. Many of the participants dressed up in Halloween costumes while picking up trash and debris. The goal of the event is to make residents more informed about the importance of
The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on August 23. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.
The Fulton City Council held it’s second meeting of the month on June 28. Here is the entire broadcast. Enjoy.
The Traffic Commission Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 21 has been postponed. The meeting has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 28 at 10 a.m. in the Engineering Conference Room at City Hall, 18 East 4th Street. For more information, contact City Hall at 573-592-3111.
Members of the City of Fulton’s Stream Team were on hand during Fulton Street Fair on Saturday, June 18. Kids were able to check out a stream table that demonstrates water’s effect on surrounding areas. Here is a photo gallery from the day’s events.
The City of Fulton has unveiled the finalists in the Fulton Stream Team Logo Design contest. Eight candidates were selected by City employees out of more than 50 entries. The public can vote for their favorite design either in-person at Fulton City Hall and online at the City’s official website