The three-member Board of Commissioners is the chief government body of the county. The board, with support from the chief county clerk, oversees and manages the various departments, services, and facilities of the county. Elected every four years, the commissioners are responsible for fiscal management, policy-making, and the administration of county affairs.
All requests must be submitted on a Right-to-Know Law Request Form. All fees must be paid prior to the release of any requested records. Snyder County will advise you of the fees due. The Snyder County Right To Know Officer is Chief Clerk Tony Phillips. He can be reached at 570-837-4208 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All requests for documents or records made pursuant to the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law should be directed to the Snyder County Open Records Officer via email, US Mail, fax or in person:
Chief Clerk Tony Phillips
PO Box 217
9 West Mark Street
Middleburg, PA 17842
(570) 837-4282 (Fax)
Any appeals on decisions made by Snyder County may be submitted via in-person, postal mail, email or fax to:
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
333 Market Street, 16th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17101-2234
(717) 425-5343 (Fax)
Any appeals on decisions made by Snyder County that relate to requests for criminal or investigative records may be submitted via in-person, postal mail, email or fax to:
Office of the District Attorney
9 West Market Street
PO Box 217
Middleburg, PA 17842
(570) 837-2528 (Fax)
Commissioner Chuck Steininger serves as the Vice Chairman for Snyder County. He is a lifelong resident of the county who is active in supporting his community. Chuck currently serves as a fire chief for the Kratzerville Volunteer Fire Company and Emergency Management Coordinator for Jackson Township. For many years he also volunteered his time as an EMT. He also served on the Kratzerville Municipal, Selinsgrove Chamber of Commerce, and United Way boards.
Chuck is a longtime business and property owner in the area, and has made it a priority to give back to the community through fund raising efforts. He resides in Kratzerville with his wife Bobbi. They have two adult children.
As Commissioner Adam serves as the Secretary of the Board. He is Vice President of the joinder board for CMSU and serves on the board of Children and Youth Services. He also serves as the co-chair of the joinder board for Community Action Agency. He prioritizes those services which support the oldest, youngest, and most vulnerable population of Snyder County.
A lifelong resident of Snyder County and proponent of service to others, Adam has served on several local boards and continues as EMS Chief for the Beaver Springs Fire Department serving Spring, Adams, and West Beaver Townships and McClure Borough, since 2009.
Prior to his election, Adam served in a variety of public and private roles; including 6 years as a Borough Councilman in McClure and 2 years as Mayor of the borough. He worked for DPW at Selinsgrove Center for 13 years and at Snyder County 911/Central Susquehanna Regional 911 Service for 9 years. He and his wife, Desiree, reside in McClure Borough. They are both active members of McClure First United Methodist Church.