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 The Rural Municipality of Union Road lies directly to the north of the City of Charlottetown in Queen's County.  The Union Road bisects the community from north to south and gives
 the community its name.  One of the most striking aspects of the community's location is the close proximity of the Charlottetown Airport which is located just to the south of the
 community's southern boundary.  The Rural Municipality of Union Road was incorporated as a local government in 1977.


 Towards the end of the 18th century, settlers from England and Scotland came to the area just north of the Charlottetown Royalties on the lands adjacent to the Union Road,
  including parts of Lots 33 and 34.  The 1880 Mecham's Atlas depicts a thriving farming community with only a few prominent landmarks, including the Union Road train station
 (at the intersection of the rail line with the Union Road), a post office just to the north of the train station and a small church, the Union Road Bible Chapel located next to the
 Union Road Community Cemetery.

 There are currently no signs of the former train station and the rail line has been abandoned for some time and is now part of the Confederation Trail.  The post office is also
 long gone and the Union Road Church was demolished in 1973.  The only remaining features reflecting Union Road's past are the Union Road Community Cemetery, which
 was located next to the former church, and a number of older farm dwellings.





Call Maritime Electric at 1-800-670-1012 to report an outage.


Contact your insurance representative to report damage and find out what is covered by your policy. To assist with insurance claims, take photos and videos of damage to your property, and keep receipts.


To register for an application to help recover costs due to damages from Hurricane Dorian, contact the Canadian Red Cross at 1-800-863-6582.


Contact the Construction Association of PEI for a complete list of qualified tradespeople. Call 902-368-3303 or email admin@capei.ca


Burning permits are required for all outdoor burning in PEI from March 15 to November 30. For more information call 902-368-6450 or visit online www.princeedwardisland.ca/ burningpermit

Contact provincial Highway Maintenance to register for help removing large debris.

·      Prince County: 902-888-8275

·      Queens County: 902-368-4770

·      Kings County: 902-652-8960

Island Waste Watch have extended disposal services to help with storm damage debris disposal. Get more information from Island Waste Management Corporation at 1-888-280-8111 or online www.iwmc.pe.ca



The 2018/2019 Audited Financial Statement for the Rural Municipality of Union Road has been prepared and accepted by Council at the June 12, 2019 regular Council Meeting.

A copy of the 2018/2019 Audited Financial Statement is available for viewing or downloading from the Financial Statements page of this website.