Here you will find other useful materials and information.
Fulton County was formed in 1845 from a portion of Hickman County to become the 99th county in Kentucky. It is the western-most county in Kentucky and holds the namesake
of Robert Fulton, inventor of the first practical steamboat. The elevation in the county ranges
from 260 feet, the lowest in the state, to 500 feet above sea level. Being the westernmost county in Kentucky, it is located on the Mississippi River. Its county seat is
Population (2010): 6,813
Land Area: 208.95 Square Miles
Water Area: 21.60 Square Miles
Population Density: 32.61 people per square mile
Cost of Living Index: 80.2 (low, U.S. average is 100)
The following information is on an annualized basis. If you need more current or monthly information, please use the links provided in each category. All links refer to external websites and the Purchase Area Development District does not guaranty the availability or correctness of information provided on these websites.