Union is a town located in Broome County, New York. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 56,298. The name is derived from this location having served as a rendezvous for the Sullivan Expedition.
The Town of Union was established in 1791, but was later reduced in size by the formation of other towns.
Web Sites and Links
Town of UnionOfficial township web site. Features information about the members of the Town Council and services provided by each municipal department.
Union Center Fire CompanyStaff of 38 firefighters supports the community through fire prevention, fire suppression, and EMS services. Features photos of current equipment and training information.
Union Volunteer Emergency SquadEmergency medical services provided by 20 full-time employees and 100 plus community volunteers. Includes information about the All Terrain Medical Unit (Bike Team) and schedule of upcoming classes.