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.
GALLATIN NEWS - Servpro offers community service with trash pickup Michelle McMillon, (front) pictured with fellow Servpro Industries team members, collect litter during National Volunteer Week. The company removed more than 900 pounds of trash from Gallatin roadways during the two-day pickup.
Gallatin's "Flower Lady" has been at it again with flowers in many of downtown's streetscapes. She says the flowers are at their peak right now, and higher temperatures will take their toll on these beautiful flowers. Watch the video as we visit the flowers and talk with locals on East Eastland and North Water Avenue.
PUBLIC WORKS WEEK
Gallatin is lucky to have tremendous employees of Public Works, the department that handles Garbage, brush and bulk pickup, recycling, sidewalk and street maintenance and our litter removal programs. Thanks for what you do on this National Public Works Week! #NPWW
INTERESTED IN FOOD TRUCKS OR BECOMING A FOOD-TRUCK VENDOR?
The Gallatin City Council has approved updates to ordinances related to mobile food trucks. The changes are intended to give more flexibility and opportunity to operators of mobile food businesses and encourage more food trucks to operate in the city of Gallatin.
“The rules we had in place made it difficult for food trucks to operate in this area,” said Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown. “Hopefully now that we’ve removed some of the barriers, we can jump-start the city’s growing food scene.”
Follow the link above to see a list of food trucks with permits to operate in Gallatin.
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GALLATIN TECH COMPANY ANNOUNCES EXPANSION GALLATIN NEWS - Archer Datacenters announced last week a new joint venture with Evoque, a portfolio company of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners. Among the factors most appealing to the company to locate in Gallatin were the area’s rapid growth of data intensive industries along with an educated workforce and ample access to economically competitive renewable energy.