- Union County Convenience Centers
Centers are open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:30am-5:00pm, and Saturdays 8am-12 noon,
except Wolfe Road which is open Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm, and Saturdays 8am-12 noon.
Sharps Chapel Convenience Center
410 Brantley Road
Sharps Chapel, TN 37866
Phone: (865) 278-4007
- Union County Government
Union County is governed by an elected County Mayor and County Commission. The County Commission meets on the 2nd Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m at the Courthouse. Union County is divided into seven districts. Each district elects 2-3 commissioners for a four-year term.
Sharps Chapel is located in District 5.
The Union County Highway Department - 992-5841.
Union County Road Commissioners meet the first Monday night of each month at 7:00pm at the Highway Department.
Each district elects one Commissioner for a four-year term.
View your elected officials here.
- Union County Clerk
The County Clerk is a constitutional officer and is elected every four years. The duties of the Clerk's Office are set forth by the legislature. These duties include issuing marriage licenses, business licenses, hunting/fishing licenses, and vehicle registrations.
- Union County Chamber of Commerce
The Mission of the Union County Chamber of Commerce is to create, nurture, and expand diverse economic growth and to be an advocate for business in Union County and to provide the highest quality of life for its community
The chamber is a not for profit association of business and professional people working together to enhance our community.
- Union County Farmers Market
We are proud to showcase the very best of East Tennessee’s farm and craft tradition. For over ten years, the Union County Farmers Market has offered fresh food and produce, showcased artisan craft goods, and invested in the next generation of young farmers. Come take a look at all we have to offer and experience the market “where our community meets”.
- Union County Humane Society
The purpose of this not-for-profit corporation is the prevention of cruelty to animals, the extension of humane education, the reduction of homeless animals through re-homing and pet sterilization, and the relief of suffering among animals. We also provide shelter, humane care, and medical treatment when necessary. UCHS strives to find suitable homes for animals without owners, and assist in the return of lost animals to their owners. In its care and disposition of animals, the Society shall maintain, at the least, the minimum standards prescribed by the Humane Society of the United States.
- Union County Public Schools
Union County currently operates 10 schools ranging from Pre-K to Adult Education. Since the very first school in the area our community has seen the need for education and support us in our efforts. In return we offer an education that is second to none. We also offer our hand to the community by raising money for the needy, providing shelter in disaster and just being good neighbors.
- Union County Historical Society
The Mission of the Union County Historical Society is to preserve the history and heritage of Union County for present and future generations by encouraging membership and community involvement in historic preservation, research, education and teaching.
- Preservation Union County Facebook Page
Preservation Union County is a nonprofit organization created to promote and support preserving the natural and historic resources in Union County, Tennessee, and to engage in other related preservation activities. This will include but is not limited to some of Union County's most historic buildings and sites, archaeology, documents, photos, media and oral history. 865-992-1005.
- Keep Union County Beautiful
Keep Union County Beautiful has several programs in place. We offer something for everyone, including both children and adults. KUCB's programs give everyone in the community the opportunity to participate in Litter Prevention, Waste Reduction, Recycling, Community Beautification projects, and much more.
- Maynardville Public Library
Find a book with their Online Catalog! Wi-Fi access, OneClick Digital Books, etc.
- Union Outside - Weekly Article - by Steve Roark
Tennessee State Area Forester, Steve Roark, publishes an informative news column in several local newspapers every week. His articles typically focus on plants and wildlife found in our immediate area.