|Electricity:||Loup Public Power District (402) 564-3171 or (888) 564-3171|
|Cornhusker Public Power District (402) 564-2821 or (800) 955-2773|
|Natural Gas:||SourceGas (308) 395-2163 or (800) 563-0012|
Frontier Communications (877) 348-2217
|Internet:||Hamilton Telecommunications (877) 426-5638|
|Eagle Communications (877) 613-2453|
|Frontier Communications (877) 348-2217|
|Water:||City of Fullerton (308) 536-2428|
|Sewer:||City of Fullerton (308) 536-2428|
|Garbage:||Heartland Disposal Inc (308) 382-1683|
|Cable:||Eagle Communications (877) 613-2453|
States Post Office (308) 536-2212
420 Broadway Street
PO Box 9998
Fullerton, NE 68638
The Fullerton Public Library, located at 903 Broadway Street, contains 14,000 volumes and has an average annual circulation of 15,860. Library activities include a summer reading program, preschool story hour, guest speakers, and pajama party. The library provides interlibrary loan service, DVD checkout, six computers with internet access and wireless internet also available. For further information, please contact (308) 536-2382.
The Fullerton Public Schools District in Nance County covers 192.9 square miles. This Class 3, Type K-12 district is accredited by the Nebraska Department of Education and the North Central Association. Fullerton Public Schools was also ranked #1 in the District in Reading, Writing and Mathematics in the last State testing cycle.
The public elementary school, built in 1994, has a maximum capacity of 300. The public junior-senior high school, built in 1923, has a maximum capacity of 300.
Vocational courses and tech prep programs offered at Fullerton High School include business education, agriculture, family and consumer science, and industrial tech.
The Fullerton School System is part of North Tri-Valley Distance Learning Consortium with full motion, fully interactive video and audio using 100 Mbps of bandwidth with fiber to the high school. The same system provides T-1 bandwidth for Internet access. Tri-Valley Distance Learning digital video switch provides access to Central Community College (Grand Island), the Edgerton Explorit Center (Aurora), Wayne State College (Wayne), Northeast Nebraska Community College (Norfolk), Metropolitan Community College (Omaha), University of Nebraska at Omaha, the Kiewit Technology Center (Omaha), and University of Nebraska at Lincoln.
Fullerton participates in Educational Service Unit (ESU) No. 7, which is headquartered in Columbus. The ESU provides cooperative services to schools and leadership in improving the quality of education. Services are approved by the school districts through a representative process.
Local students attend Central Community College with campuses located in Grand Island, Hastings and Columbus. Central Community College offers both technical/career education programs and an academic transfer program for students wanting to earn a bachelor's degree.
Other area colleges frequently attended by Fullerton High School graduates include:
The residents in Fullerton utilize the Genoa Community Hospital, 18 miles east; Litzenberg Memorial Hospital in Central City, 20 miles south; and the Boone County Health Center in Albion, 22 miles north of Fullerton.
The Lone Tree Medical Clinic, located at 901 Broadway, is staffed daily by either a physician or a physician's assistant. The clinic has a full laboratory and x-ray and provides all medical services. Outreach clinics including cardiology and orthopedics are held regularly in the clinic. For further information on Lone Tree Medical Clinic, please contact (308) 536-2458. The Nance County Medical Clinic, located at 405 Broadway, is staffed daily by either a physician or a physician's assistant who commute from Boone County Health Center in Albion. For further information, please contact (308) 536-2446.
Golden Living Communities, located at 300 North 2nd Street, has a capacity of 75 units. In addition to short- and long-term care, Fullerton Health also provides respite and adult day care. The professional staff provides 24-hour skilled nursing services; IV, physical, occupational, and speech therapy; peritoneal dialysis; specialized skin and wound care; medical transportation services; religious services; and full housekeeping and laundry. Golden Living Communities also has 1 suite and 14 one-bedroom studios for a total of 15 units. Residents are provided with three meals a day, snacks, and medications. For further information, please contact (308) 536-2488.
Valley View Assisted Living is a 20-apartment assisted living residence offering two styles of large, private living units with the needs of residents in mind. Services provided include 24-hour certified staffing, laundry assistance, paid utilities, medication, bathing and dressing assistance as well as three nutritious meals served daily and a wide variety of activities and outings. For further information, please call (308) 536-3390.
St Peter Catholic Church
|Mt Calvary Lutheran
United Methodist Church
|First Presbyterian Church
Victory Baptist Church
The Nance County Sheriff's Department, employing seven sworn officers and five support personnel, serves the citizens of Fullerton. Equipment owned by the department includes an ATV and eight vehicles. Protection is provided to existing businesses by security checks. The crime rate per 1,000 population in Nance County in 2007 was 3.9 compared to a state crime rate of 41.0 and a national rate of 41.2. Troop B of the Nebraska State Patrol, headquartered in Norfolk, has seven officers who serve Fullerton and the surrounding area. *Dial 911 for an Emergency* For general assistance or information, please dial (308) 536-2452.
Fire protection is provided in the community by a 35-member Volunteer Fire Department. The department also provides protection to 146 square miles outside the community limits through mutual aid. The 25-member City of Fullerton Volunteer Rescue Squad provides 24 hour rescue and amubulance services. *Dial 911 for an Emergency* For general assistance or information, please call City Hall at (308) 536-2428.