- Last Updated on Friday, 19 August 2016 10:02
Fulton Heights was established in 1902 and put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. Some of the ads romoting its development read, "A place for Pleasure and Comfort". The mosaic "coin" was sculpted by artist Jeanette Brossart from Greensboro and represents some of the neighborhood's history.
Notice the trolley, the tracks, and the 5¢ token needed for a ride. The mirror stripes on the edge of the coin reflect our history. Look for the original plat map of the neighborhood and the Ferris wheel from the original amusement park. The roses depict the commercial rose houses on Elm Street. The custom stand has an abstract trolley architecture.
Our welcoming Mosaic sculpture was funded by neighborhood residents along with a grant from the Rowan Arts Council and assistance from city staff. It was installed in August 2016 in the 100 block of the Mitchell Avenue median.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 June 2014 18:52
Did you know Fulton Heights has its own "neighborhood group"? You can register from this page
You can contribute to the neighborhood group by going to the Fulton Heights Group to post anouncements, yard sales, home listings and more... or you can just check out what's going on with the neighbors.
PLUS!!! If you join the Fulton Heights group...
- You'll receive announcements from your neighbors
- You'll receive email reminders of upcoming events
- You'll receive those last-minute notifications that we can't get out to anyone else
- You'll be notified of changes in plans due to weather
Membership to our online discussion group is free of charge. You can also follow us on Facebook.
Membership in the Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association is open to any and all persons residing in the City of Salisbury, and Rowan County, North Carolina in the area bounded approximately from Elm Street to Hwy 150 and from Fulton Street to Lincolnton Road.
To pay your dues, just snail mail or dropoff your check to:
- Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association
- 309 Wiley Ave
- Salisbury, NC 28144
Membership fees are $20.00 per year for each household.