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Union City's strong economy, diverse population, great educational institutions, unsurpassed quality of life, and world-renowned location make it the ideal place to do business, to work, and to live.

Union City is centrally situated, with San Francisco and San Jose/Silicon Valley just minutes away. Incorporated on January 13, 1959, Union City is a general law city with a city council/city manager form of government. Ours is an ethnically diverse community of about 70,000 residents. The highly-regarded New Haven Unified School District serves about 13,000 K-12 students.

Eighteen square miles in area, Union City offers a variety of housing, with affordable and upscale homes available in many charming neighborhoods throughout the city. Union City also has many wonderful parks, sports fields, community facilities, and a variety of recreation programs for citizens of all ages.

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City Snapshot
Population - 2014
72,155
Median Resident Age
36.2
Home Ownership Rate
71%
Land Area (Sq miles)
19.3
Median Household Income
$98,012
Residents with a College Degree
46.90%

 

Diversity
One Race
93.3%
Asian
54%
White
20.2%
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)
22.9%
Filipino
20.%
Asian Indian
12%
Chinese
12.0%
Other Race
0.9%
Two or more races
5.7%
Black or African American
5.2%
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander
1.2%