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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. 
TN Governor Bill Lee
Visit the link above to see Governor Lee's Executive orders 21 and 22 (listed on right side of page). Order 21 has specific lists on affected businesses.
Sumner Regional Medical Center of Gallatin
GALLATIN MAYOR RELEASES STATEMENT FOLLOWING OUTBREAK AT NURSING HOME
“The City of Gallatin extends its gratitude to Sumner Regional Medical Center and its doctors, nurses and staff who are working so very hard to serve these fragile patients,” says Mayor Brown. “I hope our community will continue to pray for those who are ill, their families, and the countless health care workers who are providing expert care.”

GALLATIN MAYOR, PAIGE BROWN

Auto tailpipe undergoing emissions testing

VEHICLE EMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION RENEWALS SUSPENDED UNTIL JUNE 15

Vehicle emissions testing in Tennessee has been suspended until June 15. The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation said Friday that Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Order temporarily suspended requirements for vehicle emissions testing.

Volunteer talks about Pandemic Pals on Newschannel 4

NEWSCHANNEL 4 -Gallatin is full of loving, compassionate and kind people. During this time of social distancing, many elder and high risk members of your community are going to need assistance getting critical supplies while refraining from being in large public spaces. 
Gallatin Fire Department shoots suds on kids at Civic Center
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Sumner County Food Bank Truck

SUMNER COUNTY FOOD BANK FACING SEVERE SHORTAGE BY NEXT MONTH

“The stores are not donating food to us right now because they are selling out of everything (due to the COVID-19 pandemic),” he said. “I am not sure what we will do. We need to come up with 50,000 pounds of food. We need help from our Sumner County residents. I cannot stand the thought of children going hungry. It breaks my heart.”