The County Treasurer’s Office reopened its doors on June 1, 2020.  Treasurer Marburger requests that all visitors wear a mask and follow social distancing.  Hand sanitizer is available and signage will be displayed to help guide the public.  Only 1 - 2 customers may be in the customer service area at a time.  

The Treasurer’s Office continues to issue dog, hunting, fishing licenses and sportsmen’s pistol permits.  Method of application are online, by mail and over-the-counter.  Preferred payment methods are checks, money orders, and credit and debit cards.

Small Games of Chance Licenses, Special Raffle Permits and Bingo Licenses can be processed through the mail or by appointment only on Mondays and Thursdays. Please call 724-284-5151 or 724-284-5153 to schedule an appointment.

Over-the counter antlerless license sales for Landowners, Armed Forces and Disabled Veterans begin June 22, 2020.  Landowner antlerless license sales close July 10, 2020.

The first day for residents to apply by mail only for antlerless licenses is July 13, 2020.  We recommend placing your applications in the mail on or after Friday, July 10.

The first day for non-residents to apply by mail only for antlerless licenses is July 20, 2020.

First round of unsold antlerless licenses received by mail only, begins August 3, 2020.

Second round of unsold antlerless licenses received by mail only, begins August 17, 2020.


There will be a $35 fee assessed for all returned checks.

When placing online orders for dog, hunting or fishing licenses please use caution. There are a number of open complaints with the PA Attorney General’s Office involving third party scammers who present themselves as legitimate providers of licenses and charge exorbitant fees.  Please only order dog licenses through the County Treasurer’s website or the PA Outdoor Shop for hunting and fishing licenses. If you have a concern about a third-party website, contact the PA Attorney General Bureau of Consumer Protection at 1-800-441-2555.