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Disabled Veterans & MIA/POW Memorial
to be dedicated on Sunday, May 7, 2017. Read on...

General Municipal Election
Get out and vote on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 Read on...

Former "First Lady of Union" Passes Away
Dixie Van Leer, “toast” of the town and former “first lady of Union,” passed away Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017. She was 80. Read on...

Announcing New Online Utility Billing
Convenient Online Bill Payment Option now available. Read on...

Fundraising Underway for Disabled Veterans Memorial
A dinner/auction fundraiser will be held August 13, 2016. Read on...

Independence Day Celebrations
Weather may impact City's Fireworks Display.  Read on...

Talk of the Town Newsletter
Check out the most recent edition of the Talk of the Town newsletter. Read on...

Water Quality Report Available
The 2015 Consumer Confidence Report is provided to you in accordance with federal law. Read on...

Successful Close to 2015 at the Union Corporate Center
February 10, 2016, UNION - The Union Development Corporation is pleased to announce a successful close to the 2015 business year at the Union Corporate Center.  Read on...

President Declares Major Disaster for Missouri
FEMA announces federal disaster aid programs to those impacted by recent flooding. Read on...

Residents Impacted by Flood
Invited to Drive-Thru Supply Pick Up at Six Flags on Wednesday, January 6, 2016; 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Read on...

Water Quality Report Available
The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report is provided to you in accordance with federal law.  Read on...

REMINDER; GRASS CLIPPINGS
What you should know. Read on...

Road Projects
North Highway 47 project to begin April 6. Read on...

Talk of the Town Newsletter
The latest "Talk of the Town" newsletter has been issued. Read on...

Earle M. Jorgensen Company Announce New Facility
.Earle M Jorgensen Company (EMJ), a national metals service center, has announced that it will be opening a new 65,000 SQ FT distribution center in the Union Corporate Center Read on...

Oak View Village
Official ribbon cutting ceremony held. Read on...

Vitt's Mill Civil War Site Marked
City of Union workers install plaque at civil war site. Read on...