|Avg Per Household||3.62|
|City Transfer Tax||None.|
Yes. Up to four “open house” signs, which may also exhibit directional arrows and instructions, shall be allowed on weekends, holidays, and established realtor tour days and on other private properties with the owner’s permission. No more than three such “open house” directional real estate signs shall be on a single property. Signs shall not be allowed on sidewalks, street medians, public rights-of-way, public parks or other public property, or where they may interfere with vehicular or pedestrian sight distance.
SPECIAL STUDY ZONE
Yes. Flood Zones – For more information call the Department of Public Works at (510) 675-5310 and ask for Travis Huang. An earthquake fault line does run through an area of Union City.
CITY TAXES, BONDS OR ASSESSMENTS
Garbage service is charged on the property tax bill. There are assessments for landscaping and lighting, school bonds, etc. Residential development located between Alvarado Niles Road and Mission Boulevard is located in a Community Facilities District (CFD). For more information and to check if your residential development is located in a CFD, call Administrative Services at 471-3232 ext. 338.
Only on Mobile Homes.
Union City has a Historic Preservation Program. A list of designated properties is available. Call the Planning Department for further information –471-3232 ext. 319.
|INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE||(510) 577-3406|
|POLICE DEPARTMENT||(510) 471-1365|
|FIRE DEPARTMENT||(510) 618-3490|
|SCHOOL DISTRICT (New Haven)||(510) 471-1100|
|UNION SANITARY DISTRICT||(510) 477-7500|