The Appraisal Division is responsible for the appraisal of all real property in Union County. They defend valuation appeals of real property to the Union County Board of Equalization and Review and the North Carolina Property Tax Commission.
Union County is a permanent listing county, and does not require yearly tax listing unless changes have been made to your real property. If changes to your property occur, other than by recorded deed, by plat or by building permits, it is the responsibility of the taxpayer to notify our office during the January listing period. These changes include improvements, new construction, demolition, or removal of buildings.
Improvement Listing Form
Revaluation is required by State Statute and will bring all real values to market value effective January 1, 2015. State Statute requires that every county complete the revaluation process.
To reach the Tax Administrator's Office, Appraisal Division, you may call 704-283-3746 or in writing to:
Union County Tax Administrator's Office
PO Box 97
Monroe, NC 28111-0097