Gallatin County


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Gallatin County, Montana

311 W Main St Rm 203
Bozeman, MT 59715
Phone: (406) 582-3050
Fax: (406) 582-3068
www.co.gallatin.mt.us

On the southwestern border of MT, east of Butte; original county; organized Feb 2, 1865 (prior to statehood). Annexed populated portion of deleted Yellowstone National Park (county equivalent) effective November 7, 1997. Name Origin: For the Gallatin River, which flows through the county; itself named by Lewis and Clark in 1805 for Abraham Alfonse Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), U.S. secretary of the treasury (1802-14) at the time

Area (sq mi):: 2631.84 (land 2605.84; water 26.00) Population per square mile: 30.00
Population 2005: 78,210 State rank: 5 Population change: 2000-20005 15.30%; 1990-2000 34.40% Population 2000: 67,831 (White 95.30%; Black or African American 0.20%; Hispanic or Latino 1.50%; Asian 0.90%; Other 2.70%). Foreign born: 2.70%. Median age: 30.70
Income 2000: per capita $19,074; median household $38,120; Population below poverty level: 12.80% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $24,885-$27,211
Unemployment (2004): 3.30% Unemployment change (from 2000): 0.80% Median travel time to work: 17.00 minutes Working outside county of residence: 4.20%
Cities with population over 10,000:
  • Bozeman County seat (32,414)

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    Gallatin County, Illinois

    PO Box 550
    Shawneetown, IL 62984
    Phone: (618) 269-3025
    Fax: (618) 269-3343

    On the southeast border of IL; organized Sep 14, 1812 (prior to statehood) from Randolph County. Name Origin: For Abraham Alfonse Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), Swiss-born U.S. representative from PA (1795-1801), U.S. secretary of treasury (1801-14), and U.S. minister to France (1815-23) and to Great Britain (1826-27)

    Area (sq mi):: 328.41 (land 323.73; water 4.68) Population per square mile: 19.00
    Population 2005: 6,152 State rank: 97 Population change: 2000-20005 -4.50%; 1990-2000 -6.70% Population 2000: 6,445 (White 97.90%; Black or African American 0.30%; Hispanic or Latino 0.90%; Asian 0.10%; Other 1.30%). Foreign born: 0.40%. Median age: 40.70
    Income 2000: per capita $15,575; median household $26,118; Population below poverty level: 20.70% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $20,667-$20,478
    Unemployment (2004): 7.60% Unemployment change (from 2000): 1.60% Median travel time to work: 27.90 minutes Working outside county of residence: 53.00%
    Cities with population over 10,000: None
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    Gallatin County, Kentucky

    PO Box 1309
    Warsaw, KY 41095
    Phone: (859) 567-5411
    Fax: (859) 567-5444
    www.gallatincountyky.com

    On northwestern border of KY, southwest of Cincinnati, OH; established Dec 4, 1798 from Franklin and Shelby counties. Name Origin: For Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), Swiss-born U.S. statesman and diplomat, and U.S. secretary of the treasury (1801-14)

    Area (sq mi):: 104.67 (land 98.81; water 5.87) Population per square mile: 82.30
    Population 2005: 8,134 State rank: 109 Population change: 2000-20005 3.40%; 1990-2000 45.90% Population 2000: 7,870 (White 96.10%; Black or African American 1.60%; Hispanic or Latino 1.00%; Asian 0.20%; Other 1.50%). Foreign born: 0.40%. Median age: 34.60
    Income 2000: per capita $16,416; median household $36,422; Population below poverty level: 13.40% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $20,484-$21,642
    Unemployment (2004): 5.50% Unemployment change (from 2000): -0.30% Median travel time to work: 30.30 minutes Working outside county of residence: 63.30%
    Cities with population over 10,000: None
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    References in periodicals archive ?
    Additional information on our programs is available at the Gallatin County Extension Office, located in the Farm Bureau Building in Ridgway.
    Gallatin County Sheriff's Captain Jason Jarrett said several buildings were damaged but could not say how many.
    The Gallatin County economy has been on an economic roller coaster since the onset of the Great Recession in 2008.
    Gallatin County, in southwestern Montana, is beginning to feel the pinch, and this article describes some of the cost-saving measures that have been implemented along with contingency plans to deal with lower revenues in the coming fiscal years.
    Working with a local outdoorsmen group in Gallatin County, which includes Bozeman, Schweitzer drafted a nine-point plan to protect cherished hunting and fishing access rights on public and private lands.
    The economic growth figures for Gallatin County received a one-time boost due to the sales of RightNow Technologies to Oracle.
    The population of Gallatin County, Montana, has grown about 3 percent annually for a number of years, leading Montana through most of the last decade.
    The Gallatin County 4-H Saddle Club is going to get some insight.
    Is the Gallatin County economy regaining its pre-recession form?