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Welcome to Union County!
Located in North Central Florida, Union County has a population of over 15,000 residents. Its economy relies on agriculture, timber, trucking and the Florida Department of Corrections. The Union County School System is comprised of one high school, one middle school, one elementary school, an alternative school and adult education. With an "A" ranked school district, state-of-the-art emergency management, in county health services and a user friendly library, Union County is a great place to live and raise a family.
  County Commission Message Board

Meeting Notice: The Union and Bradford County BOCC and Public has been invited to discuss impacts of Phosphate Mining on the Santa Fe River System with Alachua County BOCC on May 3rd at 1:30 PM. This meeting will be held at the County Administration Building on the second floor at 12 SE 1st Street, Gainesville, FL 32601.

Notice for CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program Solicitation for Applicants, click here to download. To download the intake application click here.

09.28.2015 Click here to view the final budget for 2015-16 Fiscal Year

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  Our County History

The area that is now Union County, Florida was originally part of St. Johns County when Florida first became a territory of the United States in 1821.

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  Board of County Commissioners

The County Commission meets on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 pm. Click here to view Board Agendas, Minutes & Financials.

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  Union County School District
55 SW 6th Street, Lake Butler, FL
(386) 496-2045

Lake Butler Elementary School
Lake Butler Middle School
Union County High School
UCS District Office
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This page was updated on Thursday, April 28, 2016

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