The Fulton County Housing and Human Services Department, Office of Aging conducted a transportation services Multipurpose Center Survey to assess the satisfaction of users regarding performance and services.¬†¬†¬†¬†
Coming soon! The Fulton County Tour Book, a project of the Fulton County Economic Development Division, is a series of streaming online videos highlighting the assets that Fulton County has to offer its residents, visitors, and businesses.
Fulton County to ‚ÄúUnleash the Power of Age‚ÄĚ as Older Americans Month Begins
Fulton County kicked off Older Americans month Wednesday, May 1, 2013, along with the rest of the nation to celebrate the value of older Americans. Fulton County Commissioners issued a proclamation that recognized seniors for their value as continuing economic and social contributors to society.
Wolf Creek was the premier amphitheater this past concert season with star lineups, good food, and great people. Everyone had an unforgettable experience! The amphitheater is the newest multiple event venue in Fulton County and we want to invite you to explore all that Wolf Creek has to offer.
Fulton County is now on AM Radio. Fulton Focus Forum airs every Sunday morning on WAEC AM‚Ä¶Love 860. Fulton Focus Forum is a weekly radio broadcast that provides vital information on Fulton Country programs and services available to citizens throughout Fulton County. Click the station to listen now!
In response to inquiries from citizens, Fulton County has received an update regarding service delivery at Northside Hospital Behavioral Health Center from Mr. Jim Newton, Manager of Behavioral Health Services at Northside. Mr. Newton has assured the County that there has been no decision made by Northside to change behavioral health service delivery options. The services provided through the VISTA program are expected to continue.
Hurricane season arrives June 1 and the Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness‚Äô Office of Emergency Preparedness recommends that concerned residents begin to prepare now. The 2010 hurricane season will last from June 1 through November 30 and is predicted to be busy.