City Clerk's Office 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The Union City Clerk's office is located in the City of Union City administrative offices. A key government figure, the…More city clerk is the liason between the community and its officials. Among the clerk's many duties are preparing agendas, attending council meetings, overseeing local elections, helping with voter registration, and administering the oaths of office to newly elected council members, and registering and filing documents, such as tax and property records.
City of Union City Public Works Department 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The Public Works Department, housed within the City of Union City administrative offices, is responsible for managing…More and maintaining the streets of Union City. Its services include street maintenance, graffiti removal, street sweeping, abandoned shopping cart retrieval and more. The engineering division of the Public Works Department handles traffic engineering, design and project management and engineering inspection.
City Manager's Office 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The city manager's seat is currently filled by Larry Cheeves, who has served as Union City's city manager since 2003. He…More is reponsible for handling all day-to-day operations and administration. His duties include preparing the city budget, organizing and implementing the city council's policies and maintaining intergovernmental relations. Cheeves also serves as the city council's chief advisor.
Alameda County Fire Department Station 32 31600 Alvarado Blvd, Union City, CA94587 Alameda County Fire Department Station 32 serves Union City's Alvarado district. Located adjacent to Alvarado Middle…More School and Holly Community Center, the former Union City Fire Station 2 is staffed by three firefighters and is equipped with a reserve fire engine.
City of Union City Economic and Community Development Department 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The Economic and Community Development Department oversees city planning and construction. It's responsible for…More fostering the city's physical and economic evolution. The department houses a planning division, building division and redevelopment agency. As well, the department manages the city's environmental programs and neighborhood preservation program.
United States Postal Service 3861 Smith St, Union City, CA94587 This is a small branch of the USPS and as such has a limited number of services. It has a number of P.O. boxes…More available, and you can ship anything within its guidelines at the counter.
Alameda County Fire Department Station 31 33555 Central Ave, Union City, CA94587 Alameda County Fire Department Station 31 serves Central Union City. Formerly Union City Fire Department Station 1, this…More location is staffed by three firefighters and is equipped with one fire truck and a reserve fire engine.
United States Postal Service 33170 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 Located on Alvarado-Niles Road, this United States Postal Service office provides full postal services as well as…More passport application services. It has automated postal centers and P.O boxes for rent.
City of Union City Leisure Services Department 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 Union City's Leisure Services Department provides a wide variety of recreation and leisure programs to engage the city's…More children, teens, adults and seniors. The department operates the city's recreational facilities: Holly Community Center, Kennedy Community Center, Ralph and Mary Ruggieri Senior Center, Sports Center, Teen Center, Teen Workshop and Dan Oden Swim Complex. Programs include youth sports, summer camps, aquatics, arts, dance classes, senior activities, community gardens, and after school and special needs programs. For a detailed list of programs, along with fees and schedules, visit the Leisure Services website.
City of Union City 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The City of Union City administrative offices and council chambers are located in the William M. Cann Memorial Civic…More Center, in between the public library and police station. The building houses most of the city's administrative offices, including Public Works, Economic and Community Development, Leisure Services and more. The offices of the city clerk, city manager and city attorney are also located here. The city council meets here every second and fourth Tuesday of the month. The city's boards, commissions and committees also meet here (see the full schedule <a href="http://www.ci.union-city.ca.us/gov/commissions.htm">here</a>).
The Union Sanitary District is an independent agency contracted by the cities of Union City, Fremont and Newark to…More provide waste water collection, disposal services and treatment. It was founded in 1918, with Union City joining the USD network in 1962, and serves more than 100,000 residential, commercial and industrial units. USD is governed by an elected board of directors who meet on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 7pm.</p>
Alameda County Fire Department Station 30 35000 Eastin Ct, Union City, CA94587 Built in 2001, Alameda County Fire Department Station 30 serves West Union City. Formerly Union City Fire Station 4, the…More building still sports a large "4." The station is staffed by three firefighters and is equipped with two fire engines, one of which is used for fighting wildland fires.
Union City Police Department 34009 Alvarado Niles Rd, Union City, CA94587 The Union City Police Department is dedicated to reducing crime and improving the quality of life of Union City…More residents. When the UCPD was founded in 1966, there were 12 police officers and one secretary. To serve Union City's growing community, there are now 81 officers and a professional support staff of 37. Under the leadership of Chief Greg Stewart, UCPD provides around-the-clock service, including patrol, investigations, community and animal control services. Its field operations division includes a gang task force, narcotics taks force, traffic unit, canine unit and a volunteer program.
Built in 2009, Alameda County Fire Department Station 33 serves Union City's Decoto District. Formerly Union City…More Fire Station 3, this is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified green building in the city. The station is staffed by three fighters--a captain, an engineer and a fighter, one of whom is also a paramedic. The station also has two fire engines, one of which is equipped with four-wheel drive to fight wildland fires.</p>
After more than 50 years of service, the Union City Fire Department consolidated into the Alameda County Fire…More Department in July 2010. Fortunately, the crews and stations remained in tact in order to provide the city with adequate service.</p>
<p>Union City Fire Prevention now contracts ACFD's services. There are four stations in Union City staffed by 12 firefighters and equipped with seven fire trucks and engines in total, two of which are used to combat wildland fires. Union City Fire Prevention's office is located in City Hall.</p>
<p>For more information on each fire station, follow the links below:</p>
<li>Alameda County Fire Department Station 30</li>
<li>Alameda County Fire Department Station 31</li>
<li>Alameda County Fire Department Station 32</li>
<li>Alameda County Fire Department Station 33</li>
City of Union City's Public Works Maintenance Facility 34650 7th St, Union City, CA94587 Built in 1999, the City of Union City's Public Works Maintenance Facility was one of the first public facilities in…More California to be designated as an official Bay Area Green Business for its conservation and waste reduction practices. The 11-acre facility is home to the Building and Grounds, Fleet and Streets Divisions. Union City Transit buses are also parked here. The facility features a selve-serve compressed natural gas station, open to the public 24 hours a day, located near the front of the facility for those using compressed natural gas as an atlernative to gasoline.