The City of Fulton, Kentucky is now accepting applications for an open position within the City. (Part-Time Administrative Assistant to the Police Department)

The City of Fulton, Kentucky is now accepting applications for an open position within the City.  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 an 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 qualified person for the position of Part-time Administrative Assistant to the Police Department.  Under general administrative direction, provides administrative and operational support to the Police Chief, and Police Department staff as it relates to the day-to-day operations of the organization. This position is responsible for routine-to-moderately complex clerical work to help ensure efficient and effective administrative operations. Salary range for the position is $12.98 to $17.79 hourly. The position is not to exceed 100 hours per month

Full job description may be obtained from the City Clerk at Fulton City Hall or the City website  You may apply by submitting a resume (curriculum vitae preferred) and they will be accepted until the position is filled.   Resumes may be submitted to the City Manager:

City of Fulton, Kentucky

PO Box 1350

101 Nelson Tripp Place

Fulton, KY 42041

[email protected]


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.”

Corporal Mayo Receives Governor’s Award

Corporal Brandon Mayo of the Fulton Police Department  was recently honored for his exemplary efforts in impaired-driving enforcement. The Honor along with other officers across the State of Kentucky were presented at the Governor’s Impaired Driving Enforcement Awards at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Lexington Kentucky. Impaired driving is one of the deadliest crimes in this nation and it impacts thousands of innocent lives every day. The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety’s release stated that last year, there were more than 5,900 crashes involving alcohol and /or drugs in Kentucky alone, which resulted in more than 3,100 injures and 162 fatalities. Additionally various agencies across the Commonwealth will be partnering with the Drive Sober or Get Pulled over Holiday enforcement campaign set for Dec 15 through Jan 1. The National Traffic Safety Administration funds the campaign, and stated that high-visibility of patrol reduces impaired driving fatalities by approximately 20 percent.

“I am very proud of Corporal Brandon Mayo for his exemplary duties in protecting and serving the City of Fulton as a safer place to live and drive”. Chief Terry Powell