- The 14-county greater Charlotte Region is planning its future. For those of you who live or work in this region, please visit the site and weigh in! We want your input. Please click the link below to take a survey that will help define development in the region for years to come.
- On June 17 2013, the Union County Board of Commissioners approved the FY14 Budget. Adjustments were made to current fee schedules in order to bring development and permitting fees more in line with market rates. These adjusted rates will take effect August 1 2013.
Planning is involved in several programs that influence the quality of growth and public services in Union County. These programs include long-range planning and current planning. Long-range planning involves demographic data collection: population's growth, economic and social indicators, both within and outside Union County. Ultimately, these indicators are assembled into a report and policy document entitled Land Development Plan, Union County North Carolina. This document, developed by the planning staff and Planning Board and adopted by the County Commissioners, serves as the overall growth policy guide that governs where major zoning districts should be delineated; it also is used as a guide for making recommendations about individual rezoning petitions.