One of the many tasks of the City Recorder’s office is the official record keeper for the City records from present day back to 1855.
Last year, the City of Gallatin was awarded the SNAP Grant from the State of Tennessee to preserve and restore our minute book covers and contents. The first five books, from 1855 to 1925, have already been preserved and this year we will begin the process of preserving the next five books.
The public is welcome to view this part of Gallatin’s history, at the City Recorder’s office, Room 111, Gallatin City Hall.
In addition to vital records, the City Recorder/City Judge oversees the City judicial system, collects City property taxes, ensures liquor store compliance, and issues taxi-cab and beer permits.
Gallatin residents may pay utility bills, purchase City trash cans, and apply for a City business license at the City Recorder/City Judges’s office.
132 W. Main St, Room 111, Gallatin, TN 37066
(615) 451-5895 – City Recorder
(615) 451-5893 – City Citations/Tickets – Pay Online
(615) 451-5895 – City Property Taxes – Search/Pay Online
(615) 451-5893 – Business Licenses – Application
(615) 451-5895 – Beer Permits – Application
(615) 451-5895 – Trash Cans – Application
(615) 451-5916 – Fax
|Connie Kittrell||City Recorder/City Judge|
|Marcella Weese||Lead Clerk|
|Kathy Stewart||Court Clerk|
|Sonja Burton||Customer Service Clerk|
|Jennifer Morris||Administrative Assistant|
|Sharon Fields||Customer Service Clerk|