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. 
Street-paving machines
CITY ENGINEERING ANNOUNCES NEXT ROADS TO BE PAVED
The Gallatin City Council has approved a second batch of streets to be paved this spring.
The next 6.17 miles of streets to be paved this spring include Big Station Camp Boulevard (2 sections around SR-386 and Nashville Pike), Bison Trail (in front of Station Camp High School), Cages Bend, Airport Road (from Hartsville Pike for about 2400 feet north), Gibbs Lane, Graystone Drive, Woodcrest Drive (Airport Road to Meadowview), Neals Lane, and Fairground Road.

Miracle League Player with a baseball bat
Highway 386 sign

MIRACLE LEAGUE BALL TEAM BEGINS THEIR SEASON


GALLATIN NEWS - On Saturday, Gallatin Parks and Recreation unveils their latest program – the Miracle League of Gallatin – a ball team exclusively for individuals with differing abilities. And no one is being turned away. The newly-formed team will kick off opening day on April 30 at 10 a.m. at Triple Creek Park with a special ceremony, followed by the first game of the season. Local residents are invited to attend and cheer on the city’s newest set of athletes. The Miracle League of Gallatin will play all their games on Saturdays for the next four weeks, weather permitting.

SUMNER COUNTY HOPEFUL SR 386 WIDENING PROJECT CAN MOVE AHEAD
TENNESSEAN - Vietnam Veterans Boulevard (State Route 386) is one of the projects under the state’s IMPROVE Act. The governor dedicated $266 million for state highway projects within the IMPROVE Act. 
The project involves adding one lane in both directions for all vehicles. The work will make the roadway three lanes in each direction.
Extending entrance and exit lanes to allow vehicles more time to merge into traffic and more time to exit traffic.

Puppy walking at Gallatin Festival
Basketball mural in Gallatin, Tennessee
SPRING HAS SPRUNG - WITH LOTS OF LOCAL FUN!
 GALLATIN NEWS - Spring is officially in full swing and there is no need to leave the 37066 to enjoy it! The next several weeks in Gallatin are jam-packed with fun, including a little something for everyone.

Strolling the Square is a springtime favorite and this Saturday, April 30, is the perfect day to do so! If the existing shops and eateries weren’t already enough to take you Downtown, perhaps live music, a delicious array of food trucks, and an extensive line-up of fashionable frocks, crafts, and artisans will sweeten the sell..


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Rotary Club Volunteers clean up  Henley Cemetery

ROTARY PROVIDES UPKEEP ON OLD CEMETERY
GALLATIN NEWS - Rotary provides upkeep on old cemetery Gallatin Rotary Club provided maintenance of the Rice-Henley Cemetery in Grandview Estates — one of the area’s oldest cemeteries established in the 1790’s. It has 17 recorded gravesites, but it is suspected there are more. The initial grave in this area is that of John Purviance, III, who was a visitor of the local abolitionist Donnell family in 1792. The cemetery was abandoned and had fallen into disrepair over the years.