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    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. 
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COVID-19 VACCINE

AGES 65 AND OLDER CALL 866-442-5301 TO SCHEDULE VACCINE 


UPDATED 2/22 - Sumner County
Risk-based Phase: 1a1, 1a2, 1b
Age-based Phase: 65+, 70+, 75+
Vaccine Available: Yes
Phone Number: 866-442-5301
https://vaccinate.tn.gov/
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Public Works Superintendent Zach Wilkinson

MAYOR PAIGE BROWN ANNOUNCES COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN ON LITTER BEGINNING IN MARCH


Mayor Brown and Public Works are encouraging social groups to mobilize in the effort to remove trash from our roadways, parks and shorelines. Your group chooses the location and the city supplies equipment like grabbers, trashbags and gloves and then Public Works hauls the trash away. Contact Dianna at 615-451-5909 or the Mayor's Office at 615-451-5961

GALLATIN SEEKING NEW PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
GALLATIN NEWS - Members of the Gallatin City Council were informed last month that current Public Works Director Zach Wilkinson had submitted his letter of resignation to the city.

The city launched a search for a new public works director on Jan. 13 and will be accepting applications for a minimum of 30 days, according to Connie Flood, human resources director for the city. Applications will then be screened for minimum qualifications before they are sent to an expert panel for consideration.
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PLANNING COMMISSION VOTES AGAINST 135-HOME BLEDSOE SPRINGS PLAN
GALLATIN NEWS - A proposed subdivision with 135 new homes along Hartsville Pike in Gallatin should not be approved by city leaders, according to a recommendation from the Gallatin Planning Commission.

Commissioners voted 5-1 against a preliminary master development plan and rezoning request for Bledsoe Springs on Monday. A separate vote on annexing the property also failed to gain support.

The project, which could still be approved by the Gallatin City Council, is proposed to be built on approximately 47 acres located near Airport Road and just west of the Sunnymeade subdivision.



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SUMNER RESIDENTS CONCERNED ABOUT POSSIBLE TVA POWER LINE ROUTE
GALLATIN NEWS - The new double-circuit 161-kilovolt transmission line would start at an existing transmission line located just west of Lindsey Hollow Road and extend up to 7 miles east to connect to a proposed substation just south of Roundtree Drive near the Gallatin Industrial Center. Construction of the new transmission line is expected to begin in the spring of 2023, according to an estimated timeline from TVA that is subject to change. Without major delays, the project could be in service by late 2023 or early 2024.