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Parks and Recreation

Commonly referred to as the Parks and Recreation Department, Leisure Services’ responsibilities include the Civic Center, Gallatin City Cemetery, as well as the Parks and Recreation Division.  The Civic Center unit is the core of active Gallatin life, offering fitness areas, meeting rooms, a double gym, indoor pool, and racquetball courts, all with reasonable fees to allow Gallatin residents to enjoy the facilities.  Special events hosted at the Civic Center include concerts, gymnastics, swim meets, craft shows, coin shows, company parties, as well as the July 4th fireworks celebration hosted on Civic Center grounds.  The Gallatin City Cemetery does more than maintain the cemetery and assist the funeral industry.  From maintaining burial records to helping the public with family history information and grave location, the Gallatin City Cemetery is proud to ensure the permanent, continuous legacy of its residents and families.  All parks in Gallatin are maintained by the Parks and Recreation Division.  The parks system includes Clearview, Thompson (offering a skatepark), Municipal (outdoor pool), and Triple Creek (soccer, walking track, youth football).  All Gallatin parks provide playgrounds and some are handicap accessible.  Additionally, Municipal and Triple Creek have ball fields for city and tournament use.

Contact Information

Gallatin Civic Center
210 Albert Gallatin Avenue, Gallatin TN 37066
(615) 451-5911 – Phone
(615) 451-5908 – Fax
(615) 451-5915 – Message Line

David F. Brown Director david.brown@gallatin-tn.gov
Elaine Hudson Assistant Director elaine.hudson@gallatin-tn.gov
Emily Sample Marketing & Events Coordinator emily.sample@gallatin-tn.gov
Dora Tippit Customer Service Supervisor dora.tippit@gallatin-tn.gov
Robby Riley Aquatics Supervisor robby.riley@gallatin-tn.gov
Page Jackson Programs Supervisor page.jackson@gallatin-tn.gov

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