Office of the County Treasurer
First Elected: January 2018
Current Term Expires: January 2026
|Office of the Treasurer|
Montour County Administration Center
435 East Front Street
Danville, PA 17821
570.271.3016 - phone
|How may we help you?|
Hours of Operation
|Monday||9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Closed weekends and holidays.|
About our Office
The Treasurer is custodian of all county funds. The county currently maintains over 30 separate accounts. This office is responsible for receipting all monies due the county, one copy given to the payor and other copies being retained for balancing purposes and clear, precise audit trails.
- Disbursing of monies drawn against county funds after they have been signed by the commissioners;
- Maintain accounts that clearly exhibit all receipts and their sources;
- Submit, on a daily basis, an itemized report of all monies received and bank account balances of all county funds to the commissioners;
- Deposit all monies received daily intact to the appropriate bank accounts; all accounts are reconciled daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. All accounts are audited by county auditors, state auditors, and an independent accounting firm.
- Tax monies amounting to over $1,000,000 are returned to the Treasurer's Office each year; these monies are reconciled with the 33 local municipal tax collectors of the county. This program is computerized and the tax collectors receive a printout at the end of each month so that they can review their balances.
Each year, the Treasurer's Office reconciles over 30,000 checks and calculates over 75 election pays for the 15 election districts. All checks coming and going are the responsibility of the Treasurer's Office, and are filed there.
The county's financial system is computerized, and a double-entry bookkeeping system with interaction of checks and balances with the Commissioners' Office.
The County Treasurer also sits on the County Retirement Board and the County Salary Board.
This office gladly accepts the following methods of payment for services rendered:
- DEBIT or CREDIT CARD (processing fees apply)
- 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.
Locations of Game Site:
- Qualified applicants are limited to one game site for a period of one year, which shall be in the city, borough or township Where The Main Business Office Is Located.
The following fees have been set by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for Bingo Licensing:
- $100.00 - Qualified non-profits conducting games throughout the year.
- $15.00 - Qualified non-profits conducting no more than three continuous days per year.
- FREE - For qualified non-profits conducting games for their membership only where the games are conducted for entertainment purposes only and nominal prizes are awarded.
Please click here for additional Dog Law information.
Please click here for additional information on fishing and boating regulations.
All persons must possess a valid hunting or furtaker license legally issued to them to hunt or trap in PA. A person becomes eligible to hunt or trap in Pennsylvania when they reach their 12th birthday. They may purchase a regular junior license or the combination license, which includes archery, furtaker and muzzleloader. A person must pass a safety course or have had a prior hunting license legally issued to them to purchase a license. A person becomes eligible to purchase a senior, senior lifetime or senior lifetime combination license anytime during the license year when they will reach age 65 by the end of the license year. Lifetime licenses are issued by the Game Commission the first year. All license holders need to have a new tag reissued each year.
Please click here for additional information on hunting and trapping regulations.