Welcome to Gallatin, Tennessee!
Gallatin's 4th of July Celebration!
Don't miss this great night of fun for the whole family!
July 4, 2013, 6:00 p.m.
On the Grounds of the Gallatin Civic Center
Fireworks at Dusk
Bring a picnic, lawn chairs and blankets and join us for a great night of music, food, and entertainment.
38th Annual Macon County Hillbilly Days!
June 20, 21, and 22, 2013
Sponsored by The Lafayette Lions Clubs
Location: Key Park, Lafayette, Tenn.
Please click here for a flyer.
Click here for the Itty Bitty Hillbilly Pageant entry form (pdf file).
About Gallatin, Tennessee
Gallatin is the county seat of Sumner County, Tennessee and is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Nashville. Gallatin sits beside Old Hickory Lake which is world-famous for its fishing and other recreational activities. Many people find Gallatin to be the perfect place to live: beautiful homes, good schools, vibrant industries, great shopping and restaurants, good roads, and nice people.
The extension of TN 386 was completed in 2007. This means that you can drive on four-lane, limited-access freeways all the way from Gallatin to Nashville. Because of the new freeway, Gallatin has become one of the hottest real estate markets in Middle Tennessee.
State Abbreviation: TN
TN Region: Middle Tennessee
County: Sumner County TN (Gallatin is the county seat)
ZIP Code: 37066
Telephone Country Code: 1
Telephone Area Code: 615
Time Zone: U.S.A. Central (Same as Chicago.)
Gallatin Population (2000 census): 23,230
Gallatin Population (2004 Special Census): 23,917
Gallatin Population (2010 Census): 30,278
During Daylight Savings Time, Gallatin's UTC/GMT offset is -5 hours.
During Standard Time, Gallatin's UTC/GMT offset is -6 hours.
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