Infrastructure

Investing in Infrastructure


You’ve got product coming and going. It’s got to move as quickly as it can. We get it.

That’s why the City of Gallatin invests in roads. Governor Haslam's new Improve Act also expedites key road projects that elevate access to and from Gallatin.

The City also owns its utilities - electric, gas, water and sewer. This is just one more key dynamic that helps Gallatin streamline processes for you to locate here.
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Transportation Highlights


  • $57-million in projects this year alone - including a bypass around Gallatin and easier access into the Industrial Center
  • 1.7 miles from Industrial Center to a 4-lane highway
  • Sumner County Regional Airport has one of the longest general aviation runways in Tennessee
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Gas / Water / Sewer Highlights


  • Excess capacity for drinking water, natural gas, and wastewater treatment
  • All three services are already installed to the available parcels in the Industrial Center
  • Gallatin Public Utilities proactively builds for the future
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Electric Highlights


  • Rates among the lowest in the TVA region
  • New substation under construction in the Industrial Center with ability to serve loads up to 60MWs - existing power currently in the industrial center
  • Gallatin Department of Electricity installing fiber loop to all substations; by-product will be possibility of leased dark fiber