Darke County Visitors Bureau
537 S. Broadway Suite 203
45331 Greenville, OH
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 AM – 4 PM
Randolph County Convention & Visitors Bureau
111 S. Main St. P.O. Box 529
47394 Winchester, IN
Indiana Main Street
The Union City Downtown Revitalization Group is committed to creating a vibrant, successful downtown area.
The Group sponsors quarterly events in the downtown area, assist in development and planning for downtown projects and has recently been accepted into the Indiana Main St. program, a program that assists communites with the redevelopment of downtown business areas.
To find more about the Union City Downtown Revitalization group, or to volunteer, contact Shelly King at 765-964-6080.
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.Additional environmental information for Indiana can be found at the Indiana Department of Environmental Management – http://www.in.gov/idem/In Ohio, contact the Darke County Solid Waste District located at 115 West Fourth Street in Greenville, Ohio. They can be contacted Monday through Friday at 937-547-7369. The Darke County Solid Waste District allows for the recycling of tires and electronic devices every other year. Call their office for details.
The Downtown Revitalization 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. A grant has been applied for and construction should begin in spring 2010.