Fayette County Courthouse
61 East Main Street
Uniontown, PA 15401
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
The County Treasurer's Office is multi-functional. We are charged with the responsibility of properly receipting and depositing all revenue remitted to the County from various sources.
We also serve as an Agent for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This means we issue dog licenses, hunting licenses, fishing licenses, bingo and small games of chance licenses on behalf of the Commonwealth.
In addition, my office serves as the Tax Collector for the Cities of Uniontown and Connellsville and the Borough of Ohiopyle.
My door is always open to help my constituents with their problems or just for some pleasant conversation. I am interested in how you think we are doing. All comments and/or suggestions are welcomed.
Debora L. , Chief Deputy TreasurerApicella, Chief Deputy Treasurer
Brenda L. Minerd, Second Deputy
Margaret A. Lipovsky, Account Clerk III
Ivy D. Wolfe, Account Clerk II
Connie F. Ohler, Account Clerk II
If you are looking to download a specific form, the following links will take you to the appropriate State website. Please complete the required form(s) and mail to the Treasurer's Office at the above address with your check or money order. We cannot accept cash through the mail.
The Treasurer's Office now has the ability to accept all major credit cards, debit cards and echecks for your dog license purchase. Click on www.padoglicense.com
and follow the instructions. There will be a $2.00 convenience fee charged by the service provider.
Some forms must be notarized -- please be certain you have followed all instructions and have included the required documentation.
PA Dept of Agriculture, Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement
PA Game Commission
State Treasurer, Timothy A. Reese
PA Department of Revenue
License and Permit Fees
FAQs about Dog Licenses
Online Dog Application
Take a virtual tour of our Capitol Building (and learn everything you ever wanted to know about our General Assembly)
Pennsylvania History (actually a spoof, but you can learn some real history from the links)