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About Union County Taxes

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 and in The next revaluation cycle was in

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Property Record SearchLegal DisclaimerNeither the County of Union, South Carolina, nor any agency, officer, elected official or employee of the County of Union, South Carolina (collectively known as "the County"); warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information provided with the data herein. The county shall not be liable for any losses caused by such reliance on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of such information, including but not limited to, incidental and consequential damages. This data is provided "as is" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. The County maintains all immunities as provided in the South Carolina Tort Claims Act.Real estate property taxes are based on the tax control date of December 31st. The status of the property on that date is the basis for the next year's tax roll. Property transfers in the current year will not be listed in the Assessor's records until the next tax year, unless otherwise provided by law. A deed is the official record of ownership, NOT the county tax records.The Union County Assessor's Office makes every effort to produce and publish the most accurate information possible. Assessor records may not be updated for several months after a deed or plat is recorded, which affects the timeliness of the data. Those records constantly change due to many factors such as taxpayer participation, the timing of special assessment applications, legislative changes, appeals, annexations, scope of work assignments, property transfers, etc. This data should be used for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal document for the description of these properties. Portions of such information may be incorrect and/or not current, any person or entity that relies on any information obtained from this web site does so at his or her own risk.The scope of work performed by the Union County Assessor's Office is based on requirements of the South Carolina Code of Laws, South Carolina Department of Revenue, South Carolina Property Tax Regulations and county ordinances. The intended use of the data maintained by the Assessor's Office is for use by political subdivisions and their assigns that rely on ad valorem tax as a source of revenue. Use of data by non-intended users for objectives inconsistent with the scope of work assigned to the assessor is prohibited.By proceeding to use this website, each visitor agrees to waive, release, and indemnify Union County, its agents, consultants, contractors, and employees from any and all claims, actions, or causes of action for damages or injury to persons or property arising from use or inability to use the information contained in this website.I have read the disclaimers and understand them. I agree to use the site according to the terms and conditions as set forth by Union County. Yes, I accept the above statement.

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The Collector is responsible for collecting taxes for the entire County (the majority of funds going to schools and portions to other County offices) as well as municipalities (city offices, firemen and police pensions, libraries, streets and liens accrued for property maintenance) and fire protection and improvement districts. At month's end, all collections are turned over to the Treasurer for disbursement to the previously named entities.


Tax books open March 1st and to avoid penalty and interest must be paid by October 15th or the day following if either of these days falls on a weekend. Tax statements are mailed promptly following tax rolls opening. Tax payments postmarked October 15th will also be accepted without penalty. If paying at the office or by mail please return your statement. If you do not have a statement or copy to bring with you, please be sure to tell us what you are trying to pay on or who you are paying for. Personal taxes are for vehicles or business/company contents (fixtures), and real estate taxes are for land, property, mobile homes or mineral interests. You are responsible for knowing what you own. We want to ensure the taxes are paid in full so you have no problem in the future. For your convenience, we also have a mail slot located to the right of our collection windows.



Taxes are delinquent after October 15th or the day following if either of these days falls on a weekend. If possible, please have your tax statement or property information ready and contact the Collector’s office for the amount as penalties and interest are added and the amounts are subject to change. Personal property is penalized only once, real estate and mineral property interest increases monthly until paid. The amount you owe must be paid by cash, cashier’s check or money order as personal checks are not accepted on delinquent taxes. Delinquent information is published in our local newspaper late November or early December of each year.



Real estate or producing mineral taxes unpaid for a two-year period are forwarded to Commissioner of State Lands for collection. If after two years at State level taxes remain unpaid they will go up for public land sale. When taxes are paid before the two-year period at the State level there will still be current year taxes due at County level unless it is after October 15th. When a property is redeemed please be sure to check the redemption deed to know which years have been redeemed. For more information on redeeming properties or land sale information please contact the Commissioner of State Lands, () [email protected] or www.state.ar.us/land/land.html


Certified property is listed in our local newspaper one time between January and June, and after a thirty day period from that date is forwarded to State.



In order for new residents to have new vehicle tags if you have moved from another Arkansas county we must call for a tax clearance from the previous county in which you lived. Payment must be made to that county by cashier’s check or money order and given to this county (we must mail payment along with your change of address) for you to be cleared at the Revenue Office. If you are a new resident from another state and have not lived in Arkansas previously, go to the Assessor’s Office and assess. In most instances they will stamp your assessment sheet and send you to the Revenue Office. If your assessment sheet is not stamped, please be sure to see the Collector’s Office before leaving the Court House. For Arkansas Drivers’ License, State sales tax for licensing regulations and fees please contact the Revenue Office, () ( American Road, El Dorado, office hours Monday - Friday, am - pm) or () ( East 7th Street, Smackover, office hours Monday - Friday, am – pm, closed for lunch pm - pm).



Disabled Veterans who receive a form from the Veteran’s Administration Office are encouraged to bring their forms as soon as they receive them in order for their statement to reflect the correct information. You will receive a full credit on your personal taxes (vehicle(s)) and real estate taxes (residence only). If you have any questions concerning this form please contact us before March 1st of each year. We keep a file which must be updated annually and must receive a form each year for this entitlement. For more information on Veteran entitlements please contact our local Veteran’s Office, North Washington, Room , or () , Monday – Wednesday, am – pm.


If you have any questions we are here to help you, please feel free to call.

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