Thursday, November 27, 2014
Welcome to Fultondale!

Fultondale, "A FRIENDLY CITY", welcomes you to our web site.  We encourage you to take a look around our site and see what all Fultondale has to offer.  Located just North of Birmingham off Interstate 65 and Highway 31, Fultondale is the first city North of Birmingham to offer shopping, restaurants, and accomodations in a beautiful country setting. 

Home to the Fultondale Promenade shopping center, you can shop at JC Penney, Best Buy, Target, Ross, and Ashley Furniture.  The Promenade is surrounded by several restaruants including Logans Roadhouse, Stix, Firehouse Subs, Casa Fiesta, Five Guys, Chili's, Arby's, Chick-fil-a, McDonald's, Burger King, Outback Steakhouse, O'Charley's, Zaxby's, Applebees, Jacks, Hardee's, Full Moon Barbeque, Bojangle's Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits and On Tap Sports Cafe.

2014 State of The City Address

Mayor Jim Lowery and The Fultondale City Council presented the State of the City on Friday, February 7, 2014, at the Fultondale City Hall.  Mayor Lowery reflected on highlights of 2013, covered the financial status of the city, economic growth, and cast vision for 2014 as we move forward with great anticipation of more growth in the days ahead.

Click here to watch the Fultondale 2014 State of the City video!

Fultondale News Spotlight
Fultondale remembers 9-11 with memorial, new flag
Fultondale remembers 9-11 with memorial, new flag

FULTONDALE — Dozens turned out Tuesday to commemorate the lives lost during the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

The city of Fultondale hosted a ceremony to honor the victims and heroes of 9-11 and to dedicate a 9-11 memorial and flag.

Drivers along Interstate 65 will see the giant flag well before they reach the Fultondale exit, where it is placed near the Promenade Shopping Center.

The main speaker for the event was Lt. James Shumeyer, a retired member of Rescue 4 Fire Department New York. Shumeyer was near the World Trade Center the day of the attacks, and said he knew hundreds of the people who were killed when the towers fell.

Also participating in the ceremony were members of local American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts; Fultondale city attorney Charlie D. Waldrep as master of ceremonies; the Rev. Ron Gonia, who said the opening prayer; Amy Knight, who sang the National Anthem; the Fultondale High School band, which performed during the raising of the flag; Jeff Jones, who played Amazing Grace on bagpipes; Fultondale City Councilman Darrell Hubbert, who led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance; and Fultondale Mayor Jim Lowery.

Raising the flag were local police officers and firefighters, members of the military and participants from veterans’ organizations.

Lowery said the spirit of patriotism and unity that the United States shared after the attacks is fading in the country, and he would like to see it return.

“This is a time we need to pass to those who come after us,” he said about memorializing 9-11.

Besides the new 15-by-25-foot flag, the city installed a memorial made by Gardendale’s Laser Works of Alabama at the base of the flag, along with benches.

The memorial honors the victims of all three terrorist attacks, including the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the plane that crashed near Shanksville, Pa.

Lowery said the flag and memorial also honor the families of those who died in the attacks and all emergency responders.

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Fultondale reveals Hwy 31 Revitalization Project

Read the North Jefferson News Article

Phase I Plans - Revised 02/14/2012

Phase II Plans

New Smokefree Ordinance Information (effective September 1, 2011)

Effective Thursday, September 1, 2011, the City of Fultondale is now a smokefree city.  For information regarding the new city ordinance, please click on the links below.

  1. Smoking Ordinance
  2. Frequently Asked Questions
  3. Smokefree Brochure
  4. Business Guide
  5. Implementation Steps for Businesses
Stormwater Program

What is Stormwater Runoff?

Stormwater runoff is generated when precipitation from rain and snowmelt events flows over land or impervious surfaces and does not percolate into the ground. As the runoff flows over the land or impervious surfaces (paved streets, parking lots, and building rooftops), it accumulates debris, chemicals, sediment or other pollutants that could adversely affect water quality if the runoff is discharged untreated. The primary method to control stormwater discharges is the use of best management practices (BMPs). In addition, most stormwater discharges are considered point sources and require coverage under an NPDES permit.

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