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Join us for Union County Here to Serve Day

Join us for Union County Here to Serve Day

Posted on September 14, 2020

Union County Here to ServeCome learn more about Union County Government!

Watch government in action and listen in to a committee meeting for the Union County 2050 Comprehensive Plan! Give your opinion on Union County's new look!

Union County Government is hosting a drop-by event on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 called Here to Serve Day at the Union County Farmers Market (805 Skyway Drive, Monroe) from 3:00-6:00 p.m. We need your input on the visual components of Union County's branding initiative and it is a great opportunity to learn more about the services and programs that we offer.

It will also be an opportunity to learn more about current job openings! Talk with our Human Resource team!

Departments and Partners In Attendance

  • Public Library
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Board of Elections
  • Public Works
  • Human Services (Health, DSS, etc.)
  • Human Resources
  • Register of Deeds
  • Planning
  • Environmental Health
  • Emergency Management
  • Sheriff's Office

Residents will have the opportunity to register to vote, get a library card, apply for support programs, make an appointment for a passport, Public Works customers signing up for electronic billing, and more.

All Union County residents are invited to attend the free event.


Parking is available at the Farmers Market. If it is full, overflow parking is available a short distance away at either the Union County Chamber of Commerce (903 Skyway Drive, Monroe) or N. Church Street public parking lot.

Safety Precautions

All Union County Government employees will be wearing masks and maintaining a safe distance when possible. All visitors are required to wear a face covering, unless there is a medical exemption.

Additional Information

Click here for more information about the branding initiative.

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