Deposit Information For Utilities

Do I have to pay a deposit for water, sewer and gas?
  • Yes, renters and homeowners must pay a deposit plus a $35 dollar service fee.  Deposits are based on the customers credit score red being the highest and green being the best.
  • Homeowners must have the recorded deed to the property.
  • Rental units must have a rental inspection done before a deposit can be made.

How much is the deposit?

Rental Deposits:  

  • Water Only   ($200 red) ($150 yellow) ($100 green)
  • Water & Gas ($500 red) ($400 yellow) ($300 green)
  • Gas Only       ($300 red) ($250 yellow) ($200 green)

Homeowner Deposits:

  • Water Only   ($200 red) ($150 yellow) ($0 green)
  • Water & Gas ($500 red) ($400 yellow) ($0 green)
  • Gas Only       ($300 red) ($250 yellow) ($0 green)

 

  • Reconnect Fee for non-payment ($50)

City Code Enforcement Launches Online Complaint Form

The Code Enforcement Department has a electronic form that can be filled out and submitted from the website.  The Form must be filled out entirely including your name and contact information for the complaint to be looked at.  To get to the complaint form follow this link City of Fulton Code Enforcement Page then look for the form about midway down the page.  Here is the link to the form Code Enforcement Complaint Form.


Online Police Vacation Watch Request Form

The Fulton Police Department website page now has a “Vacation Watch Request Form”.  Here is a link to the form Vacation Watch Request Form .  This form could also be used not only for vacation but anytime you are going to leave your home vacant for a period of time.  The form is filled out on line and sent confidentially to the Police Chief.  Here is also a link to the Fulton Police Departments Information Page  Fulton Police Department Information Page  the electronic form is about midway down the page.


New Tip A Cop Form

The Fulton Police Department website page now has a “Tip a Cop Form”.  This form may be used to send in tips about crimes  or complaints in the local community.  Here is a link to the form Fulton Police Tip A Cop Form.  The form is filled out on line and sent confidentially to the Police Chief.  Here is also a link to the Fulton Police Departments Information Page  Fulton Police Department Information Page  the electronic form is about midway down the page.


Friday’s Banana Festival Schedule

  • Friday, Sept. 16, 2016:
    • 7:30-8:45 a.m. Banana Bake-off entry drop (Judging at 9:00 a.m.) Senior Citizens Center
    • 8:00-10:00 a.m. – Health Fair – Fulton First Baptist Church Sponsored by Fulton County Extension Office and Diversacare
    • 4:00p.m.-10:00 p.m. Bump & Jumps/Kiddie Carnival ($1 ticketts)
    • 7:00p.m. Banana Bowl (Fulton So. /Fulton Game) – Fulton City
    • 8:00p.m. – 2015 Fulton’s Got Talent Winner Brenna Wilkins performs
    • 8:30 p.m. Lew Jetton 61 South, Amphitheater Unity Park –After Party

Tonight’s Banana Festival Events

  • Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016:
    • 9:00 a.m. – Vendors, Downtown
    • 9:00 a.m. – Senior Citizens Rook Tournament, Senior Citizens Center
    • 5:00-10:00 p.m. – Bump & Jumps/Kiddie Carnival, Pontotoc Park ($1 tickets)
    • 6:00 p.m. – Kiddie Parade, Downtown
    • 7:00 p.m.-Fulton’s Got Talent

Senior Citizens Center Fundraiser

The Senior Citizens Center in Fulton will be having their concession fundraiser during the Banana Festival.  The Fundraiser will be:

  • Thursday the 15th 11 am to 6 pm (Taco Salad & Regular Concessions)
  • Friday and Saturday the 16th & 17th  10 am to 9 pm (Bean & Ham Plate & Regular Concessions)

See the below attached flyers for menus and pricing.

Concessions Menu

Taco Salad Thursday Flyer


Kick Off The Banana Festival Wednesday Night

  • Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016:
    • 5:00- P.M. – Tyson Community Meal – Unity Park
    • 5:00 p.m.-Kiddie Carnival ($1 tickets)
    • 5:30-7:00 p.m. Chalk Art, Unity Park Walking Trail
    • 6:00 p.m.- Faith & Family Performing Artist Jason Crabb, Sponsored by Area Church’s, Amphitheater Unity Park

Banana Festival Schedule


Attention Motorist Expect Detours Downtown

This week begins the Banana Festival activities.  If you are traveling in the downtown area expect random and frequent road closures.  These closures are necessary to protect the pedestrians in attendance of the festival.  Please be prepared to detour from your normal travels and be patient with pedestrians.  Come out and be part of the fun.  Streets commonly affected include:

State Line between Unity & Pontotoc Parks

Commercial Avenue

Main Street

Walnut Street

Washington

Lake Street