City Launches New Fulton District Mobile App

The City of Fresno today announced the launch of a new Fulton District mobile app that features information of interest about landmarks, artwork, amenities, and history in the Fulton District, which includes the area on and surrounding the recently re-opened Fulton Street between Tuolumne and Inyo.

Users can locate the public art along Fulton Street, discover the names of the artwork, learn about the artists who created the pieces, view pictures, and take a 3D interactive walk around each piece of public art. The artwork can be searched by name or location and provides walking or driving directions to each piece. Similarly, the app allows user to learn about some of the most iconic buildings in downtown.

This new app also provides information about the various amenities available in the Fulton District, including shops, restaurants and attractions that are helping bring Downtown Fresno back to life. The Timeline and Photo Gallery features give users the opportunity to travel through time and learn about the history of Fresno’s pedestrian mall and new Fulton Street.

The Fulton District app was developed as part of the $15.9 million TIGER grant to reconstruct downtown’s main street and is available for Apple and Android devices.