7:30am to 4:30pm Monday thru Friday.
The City of Gallatin will be closed in observance of the following holidays.
You need to go to the City Recorders office and purchase it. The cost is $53.62 and we will deliver it.
Brush pick up is handled automatically. You do not need to call and schedule. You should place your brush as close to the street as possible so as not to protrude into the street. DO NOT PLACE BRUSH IN DRAINAGE DITCHES. Brush will usually be picked up within one to three weeks.
We will not pick up tires, hypodermic needles, rocks, dirt, concrete, any building materials, or any other type of hazardous material.
You can contact the Environmental Services Division and schedule a bulk/large item trash pick up for Friday of every week with the exception of weeks during which a City observed holiday falls. The phone number for the Environmental services Division is (615) 451-5909.
Yes, we have voluntary drop off stations located at our Public Works Office, 641 Long Hollow Pike.
You can also take recycling items to the Sumner County Resource Authority, 625 Rappahannock Wire Road, Gallatin. They do not have a website, but they welcome your call at 615-452-1114.
Cash is accepted on Camera Tickets in the City Recorder’s Office, Room 112 but you must present your bill to pay cash, this insures the correct amount and the correct citation is paid.
The City of Gallatin Street Department at 452-5062.
Possibly. Often times the city steps in and addresses drainage issues on city streets and adjacent property. Please contact the Public Works Department at 451-5909.
The city will always be available to remove debris from the road within the city limits. We often are able to address issues of unsightly right of ways or litter along roadsides by enlisting the aid of our highway beautification crew.
Citizens simply need to contact the Street Department at 452-5062 and report the concern and it can usually be addressed within the hour.
Yes, If you live on a city street we are able to repair or replace cracked, broken or defective curbs and sidewalks if they are deemed to be a safety concern.
Job openings are posted on our website on the Employment Opportunities page and in the Human Resources office, Room 101, City Hall, 132 W. Main St., Gallatin.
Interested persons must apply on-line on the Employment Opportunities page. Applicants may also come to City Hall at 132 W. Main Street and utilize the HR Department computers to apply.
You may apply for as many positions as you feel you are qualified for. A separate application does not have to be completed for each one. You may apply for additional openings using your PIN number provided at the beginning of the application process.
Applications are considered active for a period of 6 months.
Applications may be updated or you may apply for additional positions by logging into your application using your PIN number provided during your application process.
We only accept applications for advertised positions. However, interested persons may Register for email alerts on the Employment Opportunities page. Registered persons will receive an email notification when a position is advertised in their area(s) of interest.
That depends on who issued the ticket. If the Gallatin Police Department issued the ticket, you may pay your ticket at Gallatin City Hall in the Recorder’s Office (615-451-5893). Certain tickets may be paid online by clicking here. If you received a ticket for a Red Light violation, you may pay by mailing the fee to the address on the back of the citation or at the City Recorder’s Office if the ticket is not past due. All other traffic tickets are handled through the Sumner County General Sessions Court (615-452-4310).
130 W. Franklin St., Gallatin, Tennessee 37066
Call the records department at 452-8267 to verify that the report has been completed and approved by a supervisor. Records personnel will advise you at that time of the cost of the report. After receipt of the fee, reports can be picked up in person, faxed or mailed. Most insurance companies will take care of obtaining a copy of your accident report for you.
Yes, all business and residential alarms must be registered with the City. Registration is free and the form may be obtained here or in the City Recorder’s Office.
New customers must personally come to the office at 239 Hancock Street, complete applicable forms, and bring 2 forms of identification along with the connection fee.
Yes, if your account is not past due. We are not able to access information on electric accounts at our office.
GPU does offer this service and there is no fee for paying online.
Yes, GPU does provide this service. In order to be eligible for this program you must be active on our system for at least thirteen (13) months at the address you are applying for budget service. The account must have a zero (0) balance and there shall be no late charges assessed to the account in the previous (12) months.
Monday – Thursday 5am – 8pm; Friday 5am – 6pm; Saturday 6am – 6pm; Sunday 12pm – 6pm
Monday – Thursday 5am – 7:45pm; Friday 5am – 5:45pm; Saturday 8am – 5:30pm; Sunday 12pm – 5:30pm
Visit http://www.gallatinleisureservices.com/civic-center/fees/ for a full list of fees and other information, or call the Civic Center at (615)451-5911 to request more information.
Because of the wide variety of classes, times, and instructors, we would normally offer to fax or mail you a list of class times. You may also visit our website for this information.
Yes, Long Hollow Golf Course. Click here for more information: gallatinleisureservices.com/long-hollow-golf-course/