Union County Treasurer
Took Office June 23, 2008
The Treasurer is responsible for collection of taxes and other fees for state, county, city, school districts, community colleges, and other taxing bodies such as townships and fire districts.
The County Treasurer’s Office is responsible for all motor vehicle transactions and issues drivers license and CDLs.
Dates to remember from the Treasurer’s Office
- March 1 – Second-half of property taxes due.
- March 31 – The second half of property tax is due by March 1st of each year. Late interest will accrue starting April 1st unless the last day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, then taxes become delinquent the second business day of April.
- July 1 – First day of Fiscal Year
- September 1 – The first half of property tax is due by September 1st of each year. Late interest will accrue starting October 1st, unless the last day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, then taxes become delinquent the second business day of October.
- September 30 – Last day to pay first-half of property taxes without penalty at the Treasurer’s office. Mail-in payments must be post-marked by September 30.
Union County is implementing a phased opening beginning May 15, 2020.
Click on the link below for more information and resources for processing transactions.
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We are now scheduling appointments for License and ID services. If we are fully booked, please check back for open time slots. We will contact you 48 hours prior to your appointment to confirm. Please note we are not offering written testing or drive test at this time. If you have questions please contact our office.
Kelly Busch, Union County Treasurer via email at email@example.com or phone 641.782.1710
Discover, Mastercard, Visa and e-Check are accepted for Internet Transactions. When paying property taxes by parcel number please enter the parcel number which appears on your tax statement. A $30.00 returned check fee will be assessed on any payments returned due to insufficient funds.
Does your license fly? Beginning October 1, 2021 if you're planning to travel by commercial plane, you must show a REAL ID compliant license or identification card at the airport, or comply with TSA by providing additional documentation including increased security checks which may cause delay. Not sure if the REAL ID is the right choice for you? Click here to find out more.
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Union County Treasurer’s Office
300 N. Pine St
Creston, IA 50801