Fulton Heights Yard Sale – Oct. 3

The annual Fulton Heights neighborhood yard sale will be Saturday, October 3 beginning at 8 AM. There is no fee to be part of the sales. Pull out all your stuff and/or find treasures from others. Advertising will be done in the Salisbury Post and other social media sites. You are encouraged to sign up so we can promote you: go to https://forms.gle/XF7MSJ2gTJZYJenx6 or email coordinator Caroline Stephenson at caroline.g.stephenson@gmail.com

Picnic – “Do-It-Yourself”

Sunday, August 23, is the date for our annual Fulton Heights picnic! 6-8 PM. This year, we are encouraging you have a DO-IT-YOURSELF picnic. Fix yourself some picnic food, put a table or blanket on your front porch or yard or driveway and enjoy. Then, if you can, walk around and wave and say “hi” to your neighbors while socially distancing.

National Nation IN

Tuesday Aug 4 – 6-8 PM Some of your Fulton Heights MASKED neighbors will be distributing ice cream bars to celebrate National Night IN – our version of the annual event when neighbors get together. This year — sit on your porch; wave to your neighbors; wear a mask; turn on your porch light. Watch out for your neighbors – call the police if needed 911; non emergency: 704-638-5333. Stay safe. Ice Cream compliments of the Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association


We continue to have plastic eggs with a prize inside available for you to pick up and hide for your children. On the porch of 325 Mitchell. Pick up until 8 PM Sunday, April 5. FREE. Compliments of the Fulton Heights Neighborhood Association .

Egg Hunt – Family Style

We’ve reimagined the Egg Hunt so you don’t miss the fun. Instead of our annual Egg Hunt at Centennial Park, we have a new way.  We want you and the children to be safe, so we are encouraging Family Egg Hunts.  It works this way.  We will provide a packet of eggs for your children with prizes inside which you will pick up on April 4 or 5 between 8 AM and 8 PM on the porch of Daphne Safrit at 325 Mitchell. You will take them home with you and choose when and where to hide them.  It could be in your back yard, or together with a friend.  It could be at Centennial Park or any other park.  It could be inside your home. It could be any day or time. Be creative!   Have a fun time!

Fulton Heights Annual Meeting

Tuesday, January 14, 7 PM at Maupin Avenue Presbyterian Church, corner of Fulton and Maupin, upper level. All Fulton Heights residents and/or owners are invited to attend the annual meeting of our Neighborhood Association. We’ll have brief reports about our 2019 events and from Councilwoman Tamara Sheffield, from Koontz Principal Nicole Buckner and from Code Enforcement officer Michael Cotilla. You will also have the opportunity to pay your $20 voluntary dues. It’s a good time to meet your neighbors.