Union’s General Government revenue consists solely of Ad Valorem (Property) and Tangible Property Taxes. These tax revenues fund the services required by our citizens such as street maintenance, street lighting, and refuse collection. The City’s current tax rates for fiscal 2017-2018 are: Property Tax Rate–2.16 per $1000 and Tangible Tax Rate–1.88 per $1000.
Available for residents aged 65 and over, the Homestead Exemption reduces your property taxes. To learn more about this exemption or to apply, visit the Boone County PVA website. Applications must be submitted during the year in which exemption is sought to the Boone County Property Valuation Administrator.
Regarding City Ordinance No. 2017-011 fixing the date of payment and collection of taxes. Amounts will be due and payable as follows:
For property owners financing additional fees such as the Sanitary Sewer Tap-In-Fee or the Streetlight Assessment-Fee: those property owners will receive a separate tax bill for those fees as required by Kentucky Statute.
Those bills will be mailed with the property tax bills. The bills are separate and subject to the same terms as the property tax bill, but are ineligible for discount.
Mail payment to: City of Union, 1843 Mount Zion Rd., Union, KY 41091