The City of Union City, NJ, is a place that close to 70,000 people call home. Located in Hudson County, NJ, the city has often been called the "most densely populated city in the U.S." With a density of 51,810.1 per square mile, Union City was created when Union Hill and West Hoboken Township were merged in 1925. Located a few miles from NYC, Union City offers magnificent views of both the New York Skyline, and the New Jersey Meadowlands. Through its history, the City of Union City has been home immigrants from different countries. It remains an immigrant city where the majority of residents speak a language other than English.
The City of Union City has undergone a new renaissance under the leadership of Mayor and Senator Brian P.Stack. It boasts new parks, refurbished old parks, new schools, including a new high school, and a new Art Museum. The list of recent improvements to the city is too long to list here. The resident of Union City have a cause to be proud of their homes as never before. For more information about the town of Union City, click here.
Mayor Brian P. Stack has served Union City as Mayor since 2000 and has a long history of championing local causes. Before serving in elective office, Brian was a community activist, tenant advocate and Hudson County Freeholder, fighting numerous battles on behalf of local residents. Brian was elected to the New Jersey General Assembly in 2003 and served in that capacity until 2008, when he was sworn in as a member of the New Jersey Senate, where he currently sits on both the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee.
Mayor Stack prides his administration on providing accessibility to City Hall and making local government work for the people. The door to his office remains open, as constituents are encouraged to visit during office hours.