The office of Treasurer was created under Article 9, Section 4 of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. “The County Code” determines the requirements and functions of the office, which was established by Act of August 9, 1955.
The county treasurer is elected for a term of four years. The treasurer and staff are responsible for recording and depositing all monies received by the county and releasing and disbursing all expenditures on the treasury. Monies received consist of payments of county taxes, county fees, as well as State and Federal grants. The treasurer is also responsible for investing County funds in short or intermediate term investments until such funds are needed for disbursement.
The Snyder County Treasurer is an official agent for Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission to issue fishing licenses.
Apply for a Fishing License online or by visiting our office.
The Snyder County Treasurer is an official agent for Pennsylvania Game Commission to issue hunting licenses and assist with questions relating to hunting licenses and current hunting laws.
Apply for a Hunting/Furtaking License online or by visiting our office.
The Snyder County Treasurer is an Agent for Department of Agriculture to issue dog licenses.
Annual licenses run the calendar year expiring on December 31st for the designated license year.
Lifetime licenses require that your dog is either tattooed or microchipped as a form of permanent identification.
The Treasurer’s Office is the licensing authority for Small Games of Chance and Bingo Licenses within Snyder County.
Licensing is limited to non-profit organizations that have been in existence for at least a year for the promotion of charitable or civil purposes.
The Bingo Law stipulates non-profit organizations which have existed and conducted business two years prior to application can place an application with the Treasurer’s Office. Senior citizen groups can apply immediately upon being organized.