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Contact Info

Treasurer: Kimberly McCullough
kmccullough@indianacountypa.gov

First Deputy: Beverly Mack

Second Deputy: Cindy Walter

Revenue/ Administrative Assistant: Veronica Schwartz

Department Clerk III:
Clerissa Connelly

Treasurer's Office
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia St.
Indiana, PA 15701-3973

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

Phone: (724) 465-3845

Fax: (724) 465-3848

Closed Holidays

Boat Transfers

Need help understanding about boat registration laws?  Check out the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission Website!

 

  • Temporary Registrations are Issued If...
    • Registering boat for the first time
    • Purchased a new boat
    • Transferring ownership between two parties
    • Boats registered in another state
  • Your Boat Needs Titled If...
    • Boats titled in another state and now brought into Pennsylvania permanently
    • It has an in-board engine
    • Motorboats with a model year of 1997 and newer, that are 14' and longer

 

All applicants must complete PA Fish & Boat Commission Form REV 336 and provide proof of ownership by (We do provide these in our office):

  1. A sales receipt or a notarized statement regarding a purchase transaction
  2. The original manufactures certificate of origin for any boat made after 1/1/1993
  3. If previously registered the registration card for that boat
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EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2019

Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission FEES ARE:

◦Unpowered boats - $22.00

◦Powered boats under 16' - $26.00

◦Powered boats 16' but less than 20' - $39.00

◦Powered boats 20' and greater - $52.00

◦Titling - $15.00

◦Lien Recordings - $5.00

 

If the proper paperwork is not provided, the PA Fish and Boat Commission will reject your application for a boat registration. Please note, fees cover a 2-year registration period expiring March 31 of the second year.