Blairsville and Union County, Georgia offer the ideal combination of a responsive, pro-business government and a state-of-the art utilities infrastructure. In short, everything a business needs to make Union County a top choice is here.
Union County was created on Dec. 3, 1832. It operates under the sole commissioner form of government. The sole County Commissioner is elected county-wide and serves a four-year term. The Commissioner serves on a full-time basis and supervises all non-elected County Departments. For more information on Union County Government and Departments visit www.unioncountyga.gov/government.
The City of Blairsville is governed by a Mayor and five-person City Council. Council members are elected city wide and serve staggered four-year terms. The Mayor is elected by city-wide voters and works part-time. All City Council members serve on a part-time basis.
|Government||Day of the Month||Meeting Time|
|Union County||3rd Thursday||6 p.m.|
|Blairsville||1st Tuesday||6 p.m.|