The City of Fulton Community Development Agency

(FCDA) is a Municipal Corporation established in 1966 by an Act of the New York Legislature following initial designation as the Fulton Urban Renewal Agency. The FCDA is not a Department of City Government but a contract Agent to the City of Fulton charged with the responsibility of administering certain Federal and State grants and funding programs of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal, and the New York State Empire Development Corporation.

With over 50 years of continued service in the City of Fulton, our agency has reached great success over the years in securing and administering a variety of State and Federal Grant Programs under a competitive funding stream.

Our Mission

The mission of the City of Fulton Community Development Agency, is to assist the community in providing quality housing, urban planning, community visioning and economic development services in a timely and competent manner. The agency, by working with community partners and local government units is able to create a sustainable, healthy, environmentally comprehensive, social and economically sound community. Services shall be provided in a fair, respectful and professional manner consistent with our customers' needs and available resources.

Making a Positive Impact on Communities

Our projects have successfully transformed neighborhoods, improved living conditions, and empowered the local community. We are committee to creating sustainable, healthy, and an economically vibrant community.
84 units
of mixed-income housing known as Meadowbrook Estates.
108 units
of Section 8 Assisted Senior Housing at the Fulton Mills.
8 homes
the construction and sale of new single family home at Copper Beech Commons.
12 units
of Section 8 assisted Senior Housing at Oak Street Senior Housing Project.