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Village of Fultonville:

Founded around 1824 in expectation of the opening of the Erie Canal, the Village of Fultonville was named after Robert Fulton, inventor of the steamboat. A section of the Erie Canalway Trail, which will span over 500 miles when complete, goes right through the Village of Fultonville. With a population of almost 800, the village supports its own Fire Department.



Municipal Regulations Status:


Board Meetings:
Village Board Meetings: 4th Monday, 7:00PM
Planning Board: N/A
Zoning Board of Appeals: At call of Chairman, when necessary



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For Tax rates and rolls, visit the Real Property Page


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