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Welcome to Gallatin County, Kentucky!

Gallatin County, Kentucky, Since 1799 - County Seal.

Welcome to Gallatin County, Kentucky! Derived from Franklin and Shelby Counties, Gallatin County was established in 1798 as Kentucky's 33rd county.  Gallatin County is nestled on the fertile banks of the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky, in the "Golden Triangle," of Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington.

This rural gem boasts scenic waterways, picturesque country roads, quaint communities, and lots of friendly folks.  Gallatin County has been proclaimed the Racecar Capital of the State, with the attraction of the Kentucky Speedway and Bluegrass Motorsports Park.  Along with racing, enjoy the water sports offered by the Ohio River and use of two of our river marinas for your boating pleasure.

Gallatin County is small in size but large in hospitality.  It has transformed from quiet rural farmland to a vibrant growing community.  Our county thrives on its education and jobs for our students, as well as our citizens.

"Gallatin County - Little, but in the middle of it all"

 

NEW County web-site

www.gallatinfiscalcourt.com

Mission Statement

To serve the people of the County to the best of our abilities and to treat everyone with respect, honor and dignity.

Scenic overlook on the Ohio River with Historic Marker in Gallatin County, Kentucky.               

Contact Information
Gallatin County
Local Government
PO Box 144
200 Washington Street
Warsaw, KY 41095
(859) 567-5691 - Office
(859) 567-4764 - Fax
 

ONE CALL NOW

Gallatin County has a Reverse 911 System used to notify the public of an emergency or disaster. This system is also used to provide general information such as road closings, utility outages, water line breaks, boil orders and other information to generally assist the public. 

This is a very useful notification system, but it will only call numbers that are listed with the phone company. If you have an unlisted number or cell phone, you must register these numbers in order to receive a call.      

The link below will take you to a secure website where you can add your name, address and phone number to the Gallatin County Reverse 911 System.    

One Call GEO

Click here to add your cell phone to Gallatin County's Emergency Notification service.

 

 

Last Updated 2/16/2011
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