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New State Maps Now Available


New 2015 State Maps Now Available

The official 2015 Tennessee Transportation Map is now available for travelers. This year’s map contains new information to assist motorists, and features a special cover to commemorate the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s centennial. The 2015 map contains historical photographs that look back at the development of Tennessee’s highway system over the last 100 years. It also highlights State Route 1, the first cross-state highway built by the state of Tennessee.

Other new additions to this year’s map include the new Welcome Center on Interstate 26 in Sullivan County and Rocky Top in Anderson County, which was formerly known as Lake City. The map also indicates the widening of several state highways, such as SR 99 in Lewis County, SR 30 in McMinn County, and a new Exit 1 on SR 22 in Obion County.

The 2015 state map can also be downloaded from the TDOT web site at

Pre-printed maps may be ordered from TDOT online at www.tn.gov/tdot/MapOrder/maporder.htm
or by mailing a request to:

Tennessee Department of Transportation

505 Deaderick Street
James K. Polk Building, Suite 900
Nashville, Tennessee 37243-1402

Individuals may request up to five free maps. Organizations and schools may order up to one hundred maps for their use.

The Official 2015 Tennessee Transportation Map is a joint effort between TDOT and the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development.

Posted on: 21 Jan, 2015


MLK Day March Jan. 19

Gallatin’s annual Martin Luther King Day Unity March begins at noon on Monday, January 19, at City Hall, 132 West Main Street.

Posted on: 14 Jan, 2015


Notice about Delayed Tax Bills

Gallatin City tax bills will be delayed this year. Payments may be made at the City Recorder’s Office in City Hall or on-line at https://selfserve.gallatin-tn.gov/MSS/citizens/RealEstate/Default.aspx?mode=new . For more information or assistance, contact the City Recorder’s Office at 615-451-5895. Thank you for your patience. – Connie Kittrell, City Recorder

Posted on: 30 Dec, 2014


Gallatin a “Power Suburb” in U.S.

downtown near courthouse

Gallatin: “Power Suburb”

“Whether you love them for their quiet neighborhoods and low taxes or hate them for their strip malls and conformity, suburbs are a fixture of American life. Some of them are booming economically and attracting new residents as a result. Twelve of those suburbs topped SelfStorage.com’s list of America’s Power Suburbs.”

“To rank these ’burbs, we looked at changes in five metrics: population, per-capita income, percentage of families bringing in $75,000 or more a year, unemployment rate and percentage of people living below the poverty line. Jumps in population, per-capita income and $75,000-and-over income boosted a suburb’s ranking, while rises in the unemployment rate and the percentage of people living in poverty reduced it. We compared 2010 data with 2013 data, the latest numbers available from the U.S. Census Bureau, and we excluded places that were more than 40 miles from a major city.”

Here is SelfStorage.com’s list of America’s Top 12 Power Suburbs:

Posted on: 15 Dec, 2014


Tree Planting Event – Dec. 10th


Posted on: 4 Dec, 2014


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