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. Recognized as one of the top “power suburbs” in the United States, 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. 
Carousel Horse
Who will reign Fairest of the Fair? Take home the blue ribbons? Be named the best baker? The Sumner County Fair returns in its 73rd year July 9-14 with its popular competitions.
Green Miracle Park T-Shirt

BUY A SHIRT AND HELP CREATE A MIRACLE

Parks and Rec plans to construct an all-inclusive park accessible for children and adults with special needs. Help fund this project by purchasing a shirt from the Civic Center: Sport-Tek Moisture wicking is $15 and regular ANVIL 980 cotton shirts are $12
Map showing St. Blaise Road Closure in Gallatin

ST. BLAISE CLOSED WEEK OF JULY 9-13 FOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS

Public Works will be replacing the storm culvert on St. Blaise between Long Hollow Pike and St. Blaise Ct. the week of July 9-13. The road will be closed in both directions for the week at the area indicated in attachment. Detours will be in place.

Musician Gabe Dixon to perform Aug 18 at Fire on the Water in Gallatin

GALLATIN'S FIRE ON THE WATER MUSIC FESTIVAL ON OLD HICKORY LAKE

The day-long summer music festival at Lock 4 Park will be headlined by Jamestown Revival. Other top acts include Framing Hanley, Daniel Donato, Casey Weston and Sun Seeker. In all, up to a dozen bands are expected to perform from noon to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18. Presale tickets are $25
Dog carrying American flag in mouth
Send us your best hi-res Gallatin photo and we'll put it as our website banner image with your credit. We don't pay, but the bragging rights are substantial.
Ground penetrating radar at the Historic Gallatin City Cemetery
From utility lines to unmarked graves, geologist Matthew Turner has spent more than two decades locating buried secrets around the world. The Virginia native and vice president of GeoModel visited the Gallatin City Cemetery last week and spent three days using ground-penetrating radar to find unmarked graves in a historic African American section of the property.