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The Town of Fulton will submit a CDBG-DR application for $4,759,465 for drainage system improvements in the western area of Fulton related to Hurricane Harvey declared disaster events to the General Land Office (GLO) CDBG-DR Hurricane Harvey Disaster Recovery Program. Applications will be available for review on and after July 15, 2019, at the City Hall at 201 N. 7th Street, Fulton Texas, 78358, during regular business hours for at least thirty days.

La ciudad de Fulton presentará una solicitud CDBG-DR por $4,759,465 para actividades elegibles de mejorameintos a lot sistemas de drenaje en el área occidental de Fulton relacionadas con eventos de desastre declarados del Huracán Harvey a la Oficina General de Tierras (GLO) CDBG-DR Programa de Recuperación de Desastres del Huracán Harvey. Las solicitudes estarán disponibles para revisión después del dia Julio 15, 2019 en el Palacio Municipal localizado en 201 N. 7th Street, Fulton, Texas, 78358, durante el horario normal de oficina por un periodo mínimo de treinta dias.


FULTON Affidavit of Public Notice Posting PDF FOR SIG

Fulton Eng-Spn Harvey App Notice for Posting

Fulton Harvey App Form PDF FOR POSTING

GLO posts draft Regional Housing Guidelines for Hurricane Harvey Homeowner Assistance Program for mandatory comment period

GLO posts draft Regional Housing Guidelines for Hurricane Harvey Homeowner Assistance Program for mandatory comment period Public notices for disaster recovery are found at

October 19, 2018
Contact: Brittany Eck, Director
of Communications Community
Development & Revitalization – Texas
General Land Office
(512) 463-5708

AUSTIN — Today Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) posted the final four of six draft Regional Housing Guidelines for the Homeowner Assistance Program for a federally mandated 30-day public comment period. The first two Regional Housing Guidelines released were the Central/Golden Crescent Region and the Coastal Bend Region. … READ THE ENTIRE PRESS RELEASE

Gov. Abbott acts to delay planned 10 percent hike in windstorm insurance rates

Governor Abbott has heard from members of the community and the legislature on this issue. Communities and families are still recovering from Hurricane Harvey, and the Governor believed that a rate increase at this time would negatively impact residents of the Gulf Coast. The Governor believed it was necessary to delay any decision to approve or disapprove the proposed rate increase, and until the Legislature has had a full opportunity to address the matter.

View the letter to the right.

View the letter as a printable pdf file.



Aransas County Long Term Recovery Action Plan and Report Ready for Public Comment

(ROCKPORT-FULTON, TX) – Hurricane Harvey has not stopped Rockport-Fulton from being a thriving community. Though the process was difficult, Rockport-Fulton has made unbelievable progress after the destruction of Hurricane Harvey; but we still have more to do. This past year, in collaboration with Texas Sea Grant at Texas A&M University, the Aransas County Long Term Recovery Team (LTRT), the Navigation District and all jurisdictions within the County have drafted an Aransas County Long Term Recovery Action Plan and Report. The Report was written to lay out a plan to document our actions after Hurricane Harvey and to document the challenges we faced along the way in the Long Term Recovery process. The Aransas County Long Term Recovery Action Plan Report’s final draft has been posted for public comment on the Aransas County Website and will be sent to all the impacted jurisdictions.

Click below to read the full News Release

LTR Action Plan Press Release 82918.322

Public Notice about Special Events Center

The U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (EDA) is considering a request for Federal assistance from the Town of Fulton to construct a Special Events Center in Fulton, Aransas County, Texas. Pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), EDA is conducting an assessment of the potential of the proposed project to affect the environment and/or historic properties. Notice is hereby given that the project is proposed to be located in, or may affect, a floodplain and/or wetland as defined by Executive Order (EO)11988 and/or EO11990.

The project includes construction of approximately 10,000 s.f. special events center, recreation area, and resurface of parking on approximately 1.38 acres of land. The project will be located at 402 North Fulton Beach Road. Project information is available for review at 201 North 7thStreet, Fulton TX 78358 (Town Hall at 361-729-5533).

​If you have any information regarding potential impacts to historic properties or environmental resources including wetlands or floodplains associated with this proposed project please provide it in writing to:

Corey Dunn
Regional Environmental Officer
Department of Commerce
Economic Development Administration
903 San Jacinto Blvd., Suite 206
Austin, Texas 78701

​Comments received in the EDA Regional Office by 5:00 pm eastern on September 30, 2018 will be considered. A copy of the NEPA/NHPA decisional document will be available upon request at the above EDA Regional Office.

Read the

Project Information

by clicking here – Webposting for Fulton Convention Center.

Assistance Questionnaire


Mayor Kendrick is conducting an ASSISTANCE SURVEY for residents of the Town of Fulton.

​This survey is FOR CITIZENS OF THE TOWN OF FULTON, TEXAS AFFECTED BY HURRICANE HARVEY. You MUST BE a Fulton resident. ID will be required . (Driver’s License or Utility bill with your current address).

​The goal of the survey is to find out what the needs of our Fulton citizens are, such as housing, food, home improvements, help with bills, furniture, things of that nature.

​If you are interested, please come by Town Hall and fill out a survey form. Mayor Kendrick will be reviewing these forms in the next few weeks to see how we can help the citizens of our Town.

​Town Hall is located at 201 N. 7th Street (the old Fulton Fire Station). Hours are Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm. We closed from noon to 1pm for lunch.

​Thank you!

Click to Complete Form online NOW Click to Print and Bring to Town Hall


Aransas County Will Begin Private Property Debris Removal (PPDR) for Homeowners Affected by Hurricane Harvey

The Honorable C. H. Burt Mills, Jr. announced that the County will soon launch its Private Property Debris Removal (PPDR) program. This program, scheduled to go into effect Monday, November 6th, was developed in coordination with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which authorizes the County to collect disaster-related debris from residential properties impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

Through the program, County debris removal contractors will be able to enter residential property to remove storm generated debris, provided the County has received a signed Right-of-Entry (ROE) agreement from the homeowner. In order to qualify, homeowners must:

  1. ​Meet with a County PPDR coordinator at one of the locations below to provide proof of homeownership and complete a Right-of-Entry (ROE) form
  2. Sign a hold harmless agreement to assure that the federal government, its respective employees, agents, contractors, and subcontractors are indemnified and held harmless as to any claims arising from debris removal
  3. Provide a copy of valid Texas ID/driver license matching the property address
  4. Remit any insurance proceeds already received for work similar to that to be completed by the County

Residents can apply in person at the PPDR Application Center, located in the Aransas County Public Library 701 E Mimosa Street, Rockport TX 78382.

Applications will be accepted beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday, November 6th. Office hours are 9 am to 6 pm Mon – Fri and 10am – 2pm on Saturdays. Closed Sunday.

FEMA-4332-DR-TX – Disaster Recovery Reconstruction Debris