List, appraise, assess, and collect all real and personal property for ad valorem tax purposes in compliance with NC General Statutes and accomplish these activities while providing exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.
Union County’s strives to list, appraise,
assess and collect all real and personal property for ad valorem tax purposes
in compliance with NC General Statutes and accomplish these activities while
providing exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.
In addition to the county tax bills we also collect property tax bills for the following municipalities: Fairview, Hemby Bridge, Marshville, Mineral Springs, Stallins, Wesley Chapel, and Wingate.
The duty of the Revenue Division of the Tax Administrator's Office is to collect revenues in accordance with Chapter 105 of the North Carolina General Statutes.
You can go to the Union County tax collection payment search page.
Information related to all paid and unpaid real estate and personal property tax bills for the current tax year, as well as the previous nine (9) years, is available on this site. If you need official statements as to taxes paid or unpaid please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies of tax bills for 2015 and forward are available in our online tax payment search.
Property taxes on registered motor vehicles are now paid to the NCDMV when you register your vehicle. Information related to those taxes and how much you paid can be found on your registration renewal notice or on the receipt attached to your registration card. If you do not have this documentation please follow the link below to access your DMV payment history. No account setup is required, however, you will need to have your driver's license available to access your account. Verify Motor Vehicle Taxes Paid
The data presented on the Union County tax collection website is extracted from public records. In the extraction of this data, we have attempted to offer the most current, correct, and clearly expressed information possible. However, inadvertent errors can occur, and information placed on this website is not intended to replace any official source. This information is presented "as is" and without warranties, either expressed or implied. Furthermore, taxes not yet billed but which may become due (e.g. deferral bills or discovery) may not be reflected on this website, and the content of this website is subject to change daily. Users are advised that their use of any County On-Line Application is at their own risk. Union County assumes no responsibility for any decision made or any actions taken by the user based upon information obtained from this website. The user agrees that Union County shall be held harmless from all actions, claims, damages or judgments arising out of the use of County data obtained from this website. Certain data on this website are maintained by third parties over whom Union County has no control. As such, Union County makes no representation as to the accuracy, appropriateness or any other aspect of the information contained in the data. Payments made on this website will be reflected on the website within 24-48 hours. Information found on this website does not constitute certification of taxes that are paid or taxes that are due.
Executive Director of Tax Administration
Union County Government Center
500 N. Main St., Ste 236
PO Box 97
Monroe, NC 28111-0097
Tax Administration lists, appraises and assesses all real and personal property in Union County according to state law. Each year as of January 1, the Assessor must compile a tax roll of property subject to “ad valorem” (according to value) taxation.
Union County is a permanent listing county and does not require yearly tax listings of real property unless changes or improvements have been made. Maintenance such as painting/wallpaper, replacement of existing structures, landscaping, etc. is not considered an improvement, and does not require listing. It is the responsibility of the taxpayer to notify our office of any changes, other than those recorded by deed, by plot or by building permit, during the January listing period.
The North Carolina General Statutes mandate that all real property (land and buildings) must be reappraised at least once every eight years. Union County Board of Commissioners used a four year revaluation cycle in 2004 and in 2008. The next revaluation cycle was in 2015.