Every year, our office has the very enjoyable task of making those who are not familiar with Gallatin want to consider our community for their business - whether it be a new one or a relocation.
One of the tools we use to recruit new businesses and new jobs is our annual report. The book certainly focuses on information for economic development, but it still gives you the flavor of Gallatin, Tennessee.
Gallatin has so many attributes, we added pages to this year's book, yet still can't list all we have to offer - from the lake, to our parks, our historic downtown, great schools and colleges, a regional airport, our closeness to Music City, and being the Reader's Digest 2017 Nicest Place in America.
Flip through our new book. Get to know us. Then come join us!
Gallatin has the only waterfront site available in Middle Tennessee for a corporate headquarters. It sits near an interstate connector, executive housing and other amenities. Contact us for a site visit at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-451-5940.
The City of Gallatin will accept public comments related to a proposed ordinance to establish a rate schedule, charges, tiers and credits for the Stormwater Mgmt. Fund. Meetings are scheduled for Tuesdays May 22, June 5, and June 19.
If you're driving around town and see all the construction, then wonder, "What's going on there? What will that be?" - then here's a way to find out: a listing of new developments approved and/or under construction. If you still have questions, give us a call.