- Planning, Zoning and Development Review
- Long Range Planning
Long range planning
Comprehensive Plans & Studies
Plan Gallatin (PDF)
The Gallatin Municipal Planning Commission approved and adopted PlanGallatin! on Tuesday, February 28, 2022. This document serves as Gallatin's Comprehensive Plan which sets forth an overall vision for the future of the city and provides a collection of goals, objectives, strategies and actions that will be used to manage growth in the years to come.
Sumner County - Planned Growth Areas
The UGB can be defined as the municipality and contiguous territory where high-density residential, commercial, and industrial growth is expected to occur over the next 20 years, or where the municipality is better able than other municipalities to provide urban services.
A Gallatin Major Thoroughfare Plan - MTP (PDF)
Major Thoroughfare Plan plays a vital role in the transportation planning process based on historical and anticipated future growth. Ultimately, elected officials and planning staffs use the MTP as a tool to make informed decisions on infrastructure improvements. By coordinating planned development and transportation improvements, Gallatin officials can strategically implement transportation investments to accommodate existing and future development.
General Development and Transportation Plan Amendment (PDF)
Nashville Pike Corridor SR109 to East Camp Creek
In response to the increasing development pressures along Nashville Pike, and the rapid growth of this corridor, the City of Gallatin Municipal-Regional Planning Commission initiated a review of the General Development Plan for the Nashville Pike corridor from State Route 109 to East Camp Creek. The General Development Plan identifies this area as being suitable for mixed-use developments; however, the mixed-use policy excludes commercial uses. The mixed-use areas were designed to respond to the likely pressure for intensified zoning along the major transportation route, while at the same time, preserving the residential character and "gateway" effect along this corridor.