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Assessments & Programs

Assessments & Programs

What tax relief, exemption and exclusion programs are available?

North Carolina law provides for tax relief programs based ownership and use. These programs include tax exemptions for educational, charitable, governmental, fraternal, and religious use. Tax exclusions, in which only part of the property is subject to taxation, includes historical property and property owned by the elderly and disabled. The third tax relief program is Present Use Value. This program assists property owner who use their land to produce an agricultural, horticultural or forestry commodity.

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What property do I need to list?

The Personal Property division is responsible for the appraisal and assessment of all personal property within Union County. Personal Property includes business and individual personal property, and unregistered motor vehicles. For questions related to registered motor vehicle taxes please contact the Tax Collector's office at 704-283-3848.

How do I list my property?

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Contact information

Union County Tax Administration - Assessment Division
500 N. Main St., Ste 236
PO Box 97
Monroe, NC 28111-0097

Phone: 704-283-3746
Fax: 704-292-2588

Robin Merry
Assessment Director

Barbara Laney
Assessment Administration Supervisor, Personal Property

Steve Crump
Assessment Administration Supervisor, Real Estate

About the Assessment Division

The Assessment Division identifies property, lists assets, maintains ownership data and administers the tax relief programs for all real and personal property. The division consists of five primary areas – Personal Property, GIS/Land Records, Present Use Value, Exemptions and Exclusions, and Customer Service.