WHERE IS GALLATIN, TENNESSEE?

GALLATIN
ONLY 23 MILES FROM NASHVILLE
FINAL WHERE WE ARE
Gallatin is going up across the board – population, economy, and investment. Gallatin is 23 miles northeast of downtown Nashville, a city filling with young professionals and big-name businesses. Amazon. AllianceBernstein. Ernst & Young. Lyft. Warby Parker. According to Forbes Magazine, Nashville is the 7th fastest growing MS in the U.S. 

More than 40% of the U.S. population lives within 600 miles.

Why choose Gallatin? 
  • Our city invests in itself. 
  • We’ve built more than $100-million in roads to improve access and ease.
  • The city owns the utilities - electric, water, gas and sanitary sewer.
  • We can cut through that red tape.
  • There’s no income tax.
  • The City hasn’t raised property taxes in 12 years.
  • We have one of the lowest electric rates in the TVA region.
  • Our regional airport has one of the longest general aviation runways in the state.

"Make It Here. Take It Anywhere."


Business Facilities
ranks Tennessee #1 in the Southeast for Best Infrastructure. If you’re up for a day trip, we're conveniently accessible within a day’s drive to a majority of U.S. Gallatin is on the northern loop of Nashville. 
From Gallatin to: 
  • Atlanta = 257 miles
  • Charlotte = 399 miles
  • Chicago = 457
  • Detroit = 519
  • Indianapolis = 274 miles

Highway Accessibility


We’re along the northern loop around Nashville, Tennessee. Here’s a map to show you the major highway infrastructure and a chart to show you how far a tank of gas will take a truck.

What We Offer


Here are a few  reasons why you should choose Gallatin:
  • Our city invests in itself. 
  • We own our Industrial Center with nearly 70 acres ready to build, plus we have access to 1,000 more.
  • We’ve built more than $100-million in roads to improve access and ease.
  • The city owns the utilities - electric, water, gas and sanitary sewer.
  • We can cut through that red tape.
  • There’s no income tax.
  • The City hasn’t raised property taxes in 13 years.
  • We have one of the lowest electric rates in the TVA region.
  • Our regional airport has one of the longest general aviation runways in the state.
  • We have two highly-ranked colleges - Volunteer State Community College and Welch College.
  • 265,068 - that's our labor shed in a 30-minute drive time to Gallatin.
  • More than 600 acres of parks & recreation.