Are you interested in serving on the Planning & Zoning Commission for the Town?

The Town of Fulton is looking for interested individual(s) to serve on the Planning & Zoning Commission.

You must be a Town of Fulton resident.  You will need to attend monthly meetings held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, with the possibility of additional special meetings or workshops scheduled.

Duties include reviewing and approving complete and accurate zoning and land use activity applications, land division, adjacent land sale or transfers and lot combinations, along with conditional use permits. 

Zoning experience preferred, but not necessary.

A questionnaire will need to be completed by anyone interested. 

Contact Clerk Connie Zimmerman for more information, and for the questionnarie to complete.  fultonclerk@townoffulton.com or
608-868-4103. 


2019 Roadwork Workshop

TOWN OF FULTON

Notice of Meeting

 

Monday, April 16, 2019, @ 5:30 pm

Town of Fulton, 2738 W Fulton Center Drive, Edgerton, WI

 

 

            Please take notice that three or more members of the Fulton Town Board may be together on the above date and time for a 2019 Road-work workshop.  No action will be taken at this meeting.  This meeting is open to the public.

 

                                                                        Connie Zimmerman, Clerk

 

 

* Posted at CKSD

                   Carl’s Shell

                   Fulton Town Hall

                    www.townoffulton.com

 

On:  4/10/19


Slow No Wake Posted on entire Rock River

Date: March 20th, 2019
Contact Person: Deputy Chris Krahn
(608) 757-7932

According to US Geological Survey Gauges, the water level for Lake Koshkonong is 10.96 feet. County Ordinance requires a slow-no-wake speed restriction be placed on the Rock River when water levels exceed 8.0 feet on Lake Koshkonong.

The Sheriff’s Office is providing public notice of the Rock River’s current slow-no-wake status. Deputies will begin placing slow-no-wake signs along the river at all public access points between the northern Rock County line to the Indianford Dam.

Currently, the entire Rock River is under a slow-no-wake restriction.

TROY J. KNUDSON
SHERIFF

By: Deputy Christopher Krahn


Road Closed

Due to high water, Miles Road from Consolidated School Road to Pennycook Rd. is CLOSED.  


Flooding Situations – Sandbag Stations Open for Rock County Residents

Advisory: NEWS RELEASE: FLOODING SITUATIONAL REPORT: #1 SANDBAG STATIONS OPEN FOR ROCK COUNTY RESIDENTS

Contact Person: Captain Curt Fell (608) 757-7906

Date: 03-13-19

Rock County is starting to experience flooding due to rain and snowmelt in the area. Therefore, in partnership with Rock County Public Works – Highway Division, sandbags and sand have been placed for residents to begin preparations.

ACCESS TO SANDBAGS AND SAND:
Sand and sandbags will be available for Rock County residents at the following locations at no cost:

• Rock Town Hall: Sand and sandbags will be available at the Rock Town Hall at 5102 S CTH D, Afton WI. Residents will need to fill and transport their own bags.
• Newville Park and Ride: Sand and sandbags will be available at the Newville Park and Ride located off I-39/90 at exit 163. Residents will need to fill and transport their own bags.
• City of Janesville: The City of Janesville is providing sandbags for Rock County residents at 900 N. Parker Drive. Please call the City Services Center at 608-755-3110 for instructions for pickup.
• City of Beloit: The City of Beloit is providing sandbags at 2351 Springbrook Court. Residents can pick up at this location. Please call 608-364-2929 with any questions regarding pickup.

The Rock County Sheriff’s Office reminds citizens to please stay off roadways that may be closed due to high waters. Citizens should not try to travel through any roadway covered with water.

Please report any immediate, hazardous conditions related to flooding to Rock County Communications at 608-757-2244.