The City of Union’s Summer 2015 Newsletter has published! Here’s the online version (click the Download below). Inside this newsletter, you’ll find info on the City of Union’s fall citywide garage sale event, the latest Spirit of Union winner, an important street levy on the November ballot and much more! Also tucked in this edition is the City of Union’s Property Maintenance Code. You can view the code here: http://www.ci.union.oh.us/docs/Property_Maintenance_Brochure.pdf
Important community information from the City of Union now is available through Nixle, a service that delivers text message notifications to email accounts and cell phones. Learn more by clicking on the link below.
See the attached information on how the City of Union’s water and sewer rates compare to other communities.
The City of Union’s Spring 2015 Newsletter has published! Here’s the online version. Inside this newsletter, you’ll find info on the City of Union’s visit by the Easter Bunny and the annual egg hunt, the dates for this June’s community-wide garage sale event and much more!
A new business is coming to the City of Union. See the link below for the latest press release and an aerial view of the project. Announcement-New_Facility.pdf
Please check out “Public Notices” at the right for information on current road closings.
Please check the link below for regulations on Open Burning in the City of Union.
The City of Union’s Spring 2013 Newsletter has published! Here’s the online version. Inside this newsletter, you’ll find info on the upcoming Citywide Garage Sale, how to sign up for online utility bill payment, the City’s annual Consumer Confidence Report for Water, and much more!
The City of Union’s Fall 2012 Newsletter will be arriving in residents’ mailboxes soon. In the meantime, here’s an advance copy! Inside this newsletter, you’ll find an article on this Fall’s Spirit of Union Award recipients, info on leaf pickup, Beggars’ Night, the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and much more!
On July 9, Union City Council approved a “Do-Not-Solicit” ordinance. This ordinance will enable residents to sign up to “opt out” of having solicitors/peddlers come to your home. You can sign up any time and your address will be added to the list. Every five years, a new registration list will be created, and everyone will have to reconfirm that they want to be on the list. Once a person is signed up, your address will remain on the Do-Not-Solicit list until the next time a new registration list is created (which is every five years) but you always have the option to withdraw or add your address at any time. If you would like to be added to the Do-Not-Solicit List, please complete this form (see link) and return it to City Hall: Do-Not-Solicit-Website3.pdf