About Gallatin County, Kentucky
SteelTech is growing here, as is Nucor Steel who recently underwent a $650 million expansion, making Gallatin County, Kentucky part of the New Steel Capital of the United States. One reason for their investment is Gallatin County’s location. The county is nestled on the fertile banks of the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky. Located in "Kentucky’s Golden Triangle” between Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington, Gallatin County is near major automotive and aerospace OEMs.
Gallatin County offers abundant and affordable commercial real estate, connectivity to the Ohio River, I-71 access, and a $25 million local airport that is currently under construction.
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.