January 19th 2021: Update
Online payments are now activated.
The Treasures office remains closed to the public due to COVID. We are requesting that you either mail a check or money order into the office to pay your 2021 real estate taxes. Or use our online payment service that is now operational.
We have not received any information concerning discounts, fees, or penalties in 2021.
Since the counter is closed we can not take cash transactions. Call the office if you have special needs that we can assist you with.
Thank you for your patience.
Effective December 15th 2020 the Courthouse Square complex is closed to the public until further notice. You may call for assistance or make an appointment if you need to conduct business with the Treasure's office.
Thank you and stay safe.
December 8th 2020:
WMU 2A Doe licenses are SOLD OUT !
Dog Licenses are ready to go and the online application will be ready Dec 9th 2020.
The Treasures' office will remain closed to the public.
Call for assistance or schedule an appointment. 724-228-6780
November 19th 2020:
The Office will be closed to the public for the next two weeks due to the increase in COVID-19.
Please call for assistance or for appointments as needed.
724-228-6780 main number.
To accommodate our doe hunters:
Doe hunters may obtain their licenses in person but only from 9am to 12:00 noon daily.
October 6th 2020
Toys for Tots collection box located in Treasures' office.
The County will suspend all penalties on current 2020 real estate taxes due until December 31, 2020
About the Department
The Treasurer's Office is the mailing agent of bills for the commonwealth. It collects county taxes, receives money for the state and federal grants, and issues licenses as major responsibilities.
- Licenses issued by the office include dog, fishing, hunting, fur trapping, and bingo.
- Tax information dealt with in the office includes real estate taxes and tax payment and inquiries.
The Washington County Treasurer's Office is a branch of Washington County Government created by statute of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania State Legislature. The elected Treasurer is sworn to uphold the laws of the Commonwealth as well as the United States of America.
The Treasurer's office is the financial arm of the county government. Our mission is to collect county real estate taxes in the most professional and efficient manner. Together with the Board of Commissioners we will insure all funds are invested prudently. We will also insure that the necessary funds are available to pay all claims against the county.
We pledge professional, courteous service to the residents and taxpayers of Washington County who have entrusted us with these duties.