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Union City Resident Artist Program

The Union City community
has a number of service organizations and volunteer opportunities.  We have listed here some of the organizations that are an integral part of the community.  Please consider volunteering some of your time within your community; you will find the new friends and the satisfaction of being part of a great team!

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Union City Lions Club
Meets the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays  at 6:00 pm          
Union City Community Room
105 N. Columbia St.  No meetings during June, July, and August
Website Address –
Facebook page – Union City Lions Club
Twitter - @UnionCityLions


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Rotary Club of Union City
Meets every Tuesday at noon.
Union City Community Room
105 N. Columbia St.

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UC Redefined

  The UC Redefined Committee was formed with the purpose of developing a high quality of Life for the Union City Community. The Committee supports the Union City Arts Festival and local artists through the Resident Artists Program.
 UC Redefined is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit entity. For further information, email  UC Redefined


Keeping Union City Beautiful

 Union City is dedicated to protecting the environment. We encourage our residents and visitors to enjoy our parks and public areas in a responsible manner. Union City has ordinances in place to protect the environment so our community will remain clean and pollution free for future generations. Pollution ordinances control dumping of trash, littering in public areas, contamination of water supplies, and the dumping of pollutants into sanitary sewers.In Indiana, report littering, dumping and other threats to the environment; contact the Union City Fire & Police Dispatch Center at 765-964-5353.



The UC Redefined Committee has partnered with the City of Union City to plan and execute a Downtown Streetscaping Project. The plan design was based on a community survey of wants and needs for the area. Below is a conceptual drawing of the plan.   The city has applied for a  grant through the USDA to complete Phase II of the streetscape project. Construction could begin as early as Fall of 2017.