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Posted on: September 21, 2022

CLEARVIEW PARK PUBLIC MEETING

Clearview Park

  • CLEARVIEW PARK Community Engagement Meeting - The City of Gallatin is hosting a public meeting to talk about the community needs and potential improvements at Clearview Park.
    Thursday, January 26
    6 - 8 pm
    Shalom Zone
    600 Small St # 107A,
    Gallatin, TN 37066
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Facebook Event Page 2022 - Gallatin Spotlight
Posted on: September 21, 2022

EDA LAUNCHES "GALLATIN GETS IT"

Bethany Sullivan

GALLATIN NEWS —  The Gallatin Economic Development Agency (EDA) this week launched a new marketing campaign called “Gallatin Gets It” in hopes of capturing the attention of those types of businesses. The campaign feat...

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GALLATIN NEWS FULL STORY 2022 - Gallatin Spotlight
Posted on: September 21, 2022

GALLATIN HONORS INFLUENTIAL BLACK LEADERS

Newschannel 5 Story on Black History Banners in Gallatin, Tennessee

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — It's only a week away from Black History Month, and cities across the midstate are getting a head start on honoring Black excellence.

The city of Gallatin is doing so by highlighting Black community members from...

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NEWSCHANNEL 5 Full Story 2022 - Gallatin Spotlight

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Posted on: September 20, 2022

Gallatin Parks & Recreation Receives Tree Planting Donation

Tree Planting Donation

By Jenna Maddox, Gallatin Parks and Recreation Marketing Manager

GALLATIN, Tenn. — A new local business is taking steps to help keep our parks beautiful.

On September 20, the new Twice Daily convenience store and White Bison Coffee, located on Long Hollow P...

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2022 - Parks and Recreation News
Posted on: October 8, 2022

Second Gallatin Miracle League Season in Full Swing

Gallatin Miracle League

By Jenna Maddox, Gallatin Parks and Recreation Marketing Manager

GALLATIN, Tenn. — Batter up! The second season of the Gallatin Miracle League is in full swing.

Over 30 players of all abilities and all ages took to the field on Opening Day, October 8.

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Posted on: July 21, 2022

New Equipment Coming to Thompson & Clearview Park

White skateboard from underside

Thompson Park and Clearview Park both have equipment on order that will bring more fun to your neighborhood! Thompson Park has new skate ramps that should be installed this Fall. Clearview Park has $90K in playground equipment that is expected to be deliv...

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Posted on: July 21, 2022

2022 Christmas Harvest Craft Show

Craft Show at Gallatin Civic Center

It's that time of year again! The 2022 Christmas Harvest Craft Show will be held at the Gallatin Civic Center on November 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Enjoy local vendors, homemade gifts, boutique and vintage items, along with delicious food.
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Posted on: July 21, 2022

SCAM Alert

Scam Alert

We have received reports of a fake account on Facebook reaching out to local potential vendors about the 2022 Christmas Harvest Craft Show. The scam account is going by the name "Alycia Haas." This account is targeting holiday craft events all a...
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Posted on: January 26, 2023

Local Black Residents and Places Highlighted on City Banners

Newschannel 5 Story on Black History Banners in Gallatin, Tennessee

GALLATIN CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH AVENUE BANNERSLocal Black Residents and Places Highlighted on Avenue Banners

GALLATIN – The City of Gallatin is celebrating Black History Month with avenue banners featuring influential black ...

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Full Release (PDF) City Newsroom
Posted on: January 3, 2023

Gallatin Replaces Skate Ramps at Thompson Park

Skateboarder at Thompson Park

Gallatin Parks and Recreation placed orders for new ramps a year ago totaling $90,000. Due to the slowdown of production plaguing the nation, the equipment was delayed until last week when it was delivered from Joplin, Missouri. After a few days of unpack...

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Gallatin Press Release City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Officer Addresses Nuisance Complaints

Officer Jessica Jackson

GALLATIN OFFICER ADDRESSES NUISANCE COMPLAINTSComplaints by Neighbors Trigger Most Enforcement Actions

Gallatin – Jessica Jackson is a Property Maintenance and Codes Enforcement Officer with the Gallatin Police Department (GPD). Like other offic...

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Nuisance Complaints City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Gallatin Challenges Businesses to Combat Litter

GALLATIN CHALLENGES BUSINESSES TO COMBAT LITTER Fast-Food and Convenience Stores Asked to Report Offenders, Reduce Single Use Containers and Provide Access to Trash Cans

GALLATIN – Gallatin Mayor Brown is asking local businesses to take ...

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Business Litter Letter City Newsroom
Posted on: December 19, 2022

Veterans Honored at Gallatin City Cemetery

Wreaths Across America Gallatin 2022

 VETERANS IN GALLATIN CITY CEMETERY TO BE HONORED BY GALLATIN COMMUNITY

Volunteers to Place 700 Wreaths on Veterans’ Graves as Part of Wreaths Across America National Event

 

Gallatin, TN –Saturday, December 17,...

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City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Gallatin Begins Street-Art Installation at Recycling Center

GALLATIN BEGINS STREET-ART INSTALLATION AT RECYCLING CENTER$4,500 GRANTED TO CITY OF GALLATIN FROM BONNAROO FUND

GALLATIN – The City of Gallatin has commissioned local mural artist Bryan Deese to begin an art installation on one of the city&r...

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Recycling Center Street Art City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Pickle Ball Expanding in Gallatin

NATIONAL SENSATION PICKLE BALL EXPANDING IN GALLATIN Six New Courts Created at Municipal Park to Accommodate Demand

GALLATIN – Gallatin Parks and Recreation is announcing that six new outdoor pickle ball courts at Municipal Park will be ...

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Pickle Ball Opening in Gallatin City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Oil Dumped in Storm Drain Recovered Thanks to Resident Tip

OIL DUMPED IN GALLATIN STORM DRAIN RECOVERED THANKS TO TIP FROM RESIDENTTDEC States One Gallon of Oil Can Potentially Contaminate One Million Gallons of Water in Old Hickory Lake

GALLATIN –Gallatin’s Stormwater Utility was notified of a...

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Oil Recovered from Drain City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Cardboard Baler Improves Recycling Service

GALLATIN RECEIVES $12,500 IN RECYCLING GRANT FUNDING FROM STATE OF TNCardboard Baler Improves Recycling Service and Operating Budget 

GALLATIN – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) announced Gallatin was one o...

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New Cardboard Baler City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Petroleum Discharge Under Greenway Trail

STATE DEPARTMENT CONFIRMS PETROLEUM DISCHARGE UNDER GREENWAY TRAIL  Suspected Source Could be Leaky Underground Storage Tank or Discharge from Decades Ago

GALLATIN – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC...

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Petrol Seepage Under Greenway City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Fire Department Fills Vacancies

GALLATIN FILLS ALL VACANCIES IN FIRE DEPARTMENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TWO YEARS Fire Chief Says Hires Must Have “A Servant’s Heart” to Qualify

Gallatin – The Gallatin Fire Department recently filled eight fi...

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GFD Fills Vacancies City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Gallatin Redistricting: What district am I in?

GALLATIN REDISTRICTING: WHAT DISTRICT AM I IN? Changes Impact Voting Locations & City Council Representation

GALLATIN — Approximately 16,592 Gallatin voters live in different council districts now that the Gallatin City Council has u...

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REDISTRICTING: What district am I in? City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

TDOT Traffic Counts

TDOT TRAFFIC COUNTS IN GALLATIN City Officials Note Traffic During Pandemic Impacts 2021’s Estimated Counts

Gallatin – You may have noticed rubber tubes across the streets of Gallatin. These devices, called pneumatic road tube ...

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Additional Info... City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Street Named after Influential Pastor

STREET NAMED AFTER INFLUENTIAL GALLATIN PASTOR CHURCH MEMBERS AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLE TO REVEAL STREET SIGN

GALLATIN – A public ceremony was held to name a street after one of Gallatin’s prominent pastors. “Dr. Derrick Ja...

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Street Named after Pastor City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

GPU Constructs Water Tank to Divert Water During Storms

GALLATIN PUBLIC UTILITIES CONSTRUCTS MASSIVE TANK TO DIVERT SEWAGE DURING STORMS Storage and Pump System Keeps Untreated Discharges from Entering Town Creek

Gallatin – Gallatin Public Utilities is working to complete a project that will ...

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GPU Storm Tank City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Gallatin Police Release Info on Guns Stolen from Cars

GALLATIN POLICE RELEASE INFORMATION ON GUNS STOLEN FROM CARS Most Guns Stolen from Unlocked Cars at Residences

GALLATIN – The Gallatin Police Department (GPD) has released data showing the number of guns stolen from vehicles. According t...

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Guns in Cars City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Gallatin Adopts Rules to Become More Food-Truck Friendly

Gallatin Adopts Rules to Become More Food-Truck Friendly City Council Addresses Permits and Safety Issues Specific to Mobile Restaurants

GALLATIN - The Gallatin City Council has approved updates to ordinances related to mobile food trucks. The cha...

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Food Trucks (DOC) City Newsroom
Posted on: July 21, 2022

Free Smoke Detectors

GFD REMINDS RESIDENTS TO TEST, REPLACE OR INSTALL SMOKE DETECTORS Invite a Gallatin Firefighter to Install a Free Smoke Detector in Your Home

GALLATIN — The Gallatin Fire Department is announcing their goal to install more free smoke alarms in 20...

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Free Smoke Detector (DOC) City Newsroom

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A special visit

Officer holding baby

Gallatin Police Department was trilled to receive a visit by Oakleigh Summers. Officer Graves and her posing for a picture. Oakleigh is the daughter of our own Heidi Summers here at the PD.

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Gallatin Police Department

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Posted on: October 25, 2022

Gallatin Community Expresses Interest in Wiffle Ball Leagues

Wiffle Ball

By Jenna Maddox, Gallatin Parks and Recreation Marketing Manager

GALLATIN, Tenn. — There may be a new sport coming to Gallatin Parks and Recreation.

In August, the department asked the community via social media who would be interested in taking o...

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Parks & Rec News
Posted on: October 25, 2022

Thompson Park Lights: In With the New, Out With the Old

Thompson Park Lights

By Jenna Maddox, Gallatin Parks and Recreation Marketing Manager

GALLATIN, Tenn. — Gallatin Parks and Recreation is celebrating the installation of brand new LED lights over at Thompson Park.

The new lights are due to the growing impact sports have on the G...

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Parks & Rec News
Posted on: October 25, 2022

Pickleball Popularity Explodes in Gallatin

Pickleball at Gallatin Civic Center

By Jenna Maddox, Gallatin Parks and Recreation Marketing Manager

GALLATIN, Tenn. — Popularity for the sport of pickleball has picked up steam in the Gallatin community.

Gallatin Parks and Recreation has nine courts: three flex indoor courts, and six outdoor...

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Parks & Rec News

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