The water has been turned off for repairs on a valve on M.L.K. Dr. This will affect the surrounding areas (HWY 45, O K Clifton, Harding Ct, Terry Rd, Maple, Jackson) If your water is off, please call us at City Hall to let us know.
The boil water notice that was issued for the Crutchfield area, State Route 1461, Highway 51, Airport Road, and State Route 166 past Walmart has been lifted as of 9:00 am Friday, March 4th, 2022.
At 12:00 pm today, Tuesday, March 1, 2022, a boil water notice was issued for Fulton City Municipal Water customers in the Crutchfield area, State Route 1461, Highway 51, Airport Road, and State Route 166 past Walmart. The boil water notice was issued as a measure of precaution for our customers after the installation of a fire hydrant. We appreciate the patience and support of our customers and community. We are also grateful for the dedicated and knowledgeable employees that worked to repair the issue and ensure a safe and reliable source of water. The Boil Water Notice will remain in effect until further notice. Call 270-472-2434 Fulton Public Works for questions.
The City of Fulton’s Public Works Department is installing a fire hydrant near the Fulton Airport. Some customers may experience a temporary water outage in the areas of State Route 1461, State Route 2149, and St Route 166.
The City of Fulton will set off its tornado warning sirens tomorrow at 9:07 AM for the following reason.
The Kentucky Statewide Tornado Drill will take place at 9:07amCT on Wednesday March 2, 2022. The Adair County outdoor warning sirens will be activated during the drill.
Remember, if there is a Tornado Watch, pay extra close attention to the weather and be ready to act, because tornadoes are possible. If there is a Tornado Warning, find shelter immediately, and move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building, because a tornado is occurring or will shortly. Avoid windows and cover your head to protect yourself from flying debris. Taking action early can help save lives!
At 3:00 pm today, Tuesday, February 15, 2022, a boil water notice was issued for Fulton City Municipal Water customers on Vernon, Vanlea, and Park Road, 100 & 200 block of N Highland. The boil water notice was issued as a measure of precaution for our customers after the water system experienced a drop in water pressure following a repair to a leak on this date. We appreciate the patience and support of our customers and community. We are also grateful for the dedicated and knowledgeable employees that worked to repair the issue and ensure a safe and reliable source of water. The Boil Water Notice will remain in effect until further notice. Call 270-472-2434 Fulton Public Works for questions.
The City of Fulton, Kentucky is now accepting applications for an open position within the City for a Director of Public Works Department. The City of Fulton, Kentucky is a unique and extremely historic City and part of a Twin City Community (South Fulton, TN) located on the Kentucky/Tennessee line and has a estimated community population of 5,000. The community is situated on the Canadian National Rail Line and the Southernmost section of I69 in Kentucky about forty-five minutes south of Paducah, KY and two and half hours Northwest of Nashville, TN.
The City Commission is seeking a Public Works Director. The Director under general administrative direction, serve as the principal administrative officer for the Public Works Department; to plan, direct, review, and manage department activities and operations focused on providing a wide range of public services activities; and to perform other duties as required. The position has overall responsibility for managing a wide range of public service activities including streets, parks, cemeteries, facilities, and fleet maintenance; permit issuances; potable water system; wastewater system and natural gas system. Capital Improvement Project Programs; inspections; citizen complaints and various emergency management functions. The Public Works Director is accountable for achieving programmatic goals and objectives and for ensuring that the community is provided with desired and mandated services in an effective, cost-efficient manner.
Full job description may be obtained from the City Clerk at Fulton City Hall or the City website www.fulton-ky.com. Applications plus a resume (curriculum vitae preferred) will be accepted until the position is filled. Full Job Desciption Link Employment Application
Applications may be submitted to the City Clerk:
City of Fulton, Kentucky
PO Box 1350
101 Nelson Tripp Place
Fulton, KY 42041
270-472-1320 extension 3
The City of Fulton is “An Equal Opportunity Employer,” “Any applicant who needs an ADA accommodation in the employment selection process will request the accommodation from the city clerk in writing.”