The Gallatin Economic Development Agency Board of Directors and the Gallatin Industrial Development Board will conduct a joint strategic planning session beginning at 8:30am on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 via online means pursuant to Governor Bill Lee’s Executive Orders No. 16, No. 34 and No. 51. These Executive Orders address the need to limit the community spread of COVID-19. The EDA Board’s strategic planning session will be recorded and shared within 48 hours of the end of the meeting at www.GallatinGetsIt.com.
GALLATIN GETS IT
A 217-year-old city doesn’t stay alive simply by existing. It stays alive because it grows. Smart growth. Pro-active growth. Gallatin balances the ability to welcome the new, but also politely say “no thank you” to something that we know won’t thrive here. #GallatinTn is going up across the board: population, economy, and investment. We’re truly a city that invests in itself. Our mission is a resilient and diverse economy.
Recognized as one of the top “power suburbs” in the United States, Gallatin boasts high-paying jobs and low taxes. Economic health, rich in education excellence, a thriving arts scene, and a vibrant retail environment make Gallatin a hub for family life. And a big plus: we’re 23 miles northeast of downtown Nashville, a city filling with young professionals and big-name businesses. Amazon. AllianceBernstein. Ernst & Young. Lyft. Warby Parker.
Okay. We won’t make you guess. We ranked #4. Homesnack(.net) considered safety, affordability, education, diversity, housing, commute, jobs and amenities. Check out the entire list and see which cities are on it. (But you really don’t need to look past Gallatin, do you?)