1. Welcome to the

    City of Gallatin

  1. An energetic small city set in the idyllic countryside only 30 miles north of Nashville, Gallatin offers the rich variety of recreational, educational, and economic activities you’d expect to find in a bigger city. Gallatin boasts high-paying jobs and low taxes, economic health, a thriving arts scene, and a vibrant retail environment make Gallatin a hub for family life. 
Fourth of July Firework Display
GALLATIN TO LIGHT JULY 4 FIREWORKS WITH NO FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES
REVISED 7/2 - Gallatin Police will direct traffic; however, citizens will be responsible for parking and restrooms will be closed. As in past events, Gallatin Police will allow cars to enter Triple Creek Park until 8:45pm. Viewers can tune into WHIN radio (100.7FM and 1010AM) for music that will be synchronized with the fireworks display.


Group of boats tied together on the lake

TWRA UPDATES AND CLOSURES DUE TO COVID-19

TN.GOV - The Outdoors Are Open! Get out, enjoy the outdoors while following social distancing guidelines set forth by the governor and the CDC. The following properties remain open for your recreational use:
Family fishing lakes are open
Wildlife management areas are open
TWRA managed boat ramps are open
Beautiful boat on Old Hickory Lake

CITY OF GALLATIN OFFICES CLOSED ON FRIDAY

In observance of July 4th Independence Day holiday, City of Gallatin offices will be closed on Friday. 
Plan Gallatin exercise with words describing participants' meeting experience

GALLATIN HOLDS TOWN HALL MEETING FOR 25-YEAR PLAN
WATCH IT HERE

Join Mayor Brown, city leaders, and other members of the public at this special workshop to learn more about how Gallatin's growth is affecting quality of life. The event will provide an opportunity for you to share ideas for how we can make sure everyone benefits as the city continues to change. 
Billboard in Gallatin, Tennessee reads "Gallatin Strong"
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Hand in rubber glove holding tube labled Coronavirus

TENNESSEAN  - The Emergency Cash Assistance program gives two monthly cash payments to Tennesseans who lost their jobs or half of their income due to the pandemic. The program provides $500 for a household of one or two people, $750 for a household of three to four people, or $1,000 for a household of five of more. Family members who are able to work must have been employed as of March 11, 2020 and since lost their job or at least half of their income because of the COVID-19 pandemic.