Treasurer: Kimberly McCullough
First Deputy: Beverly Mack
Second Deputy: Cindy Walter
Revenue/ Administrative Assistant: Veronica Schwartz
Department Clerk III:
Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia St.
Indiana, PA 15701-3973
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Phone: (724) 465-3845
Fax: (724) 465-3848
Pennsylvania Hunting License
Hunting Licenses go on sale June 22nd.
Doe Licenses go on sale-through the mail-July 13th.
In the state of Pennsylvania you must obtain a license to hunt. A hunting or furtaker license is valid from July 1 to the following June 30.
Purchasing Hunting Licenses
Hunting Licenses can be purchased at all issuing agents including the Indiana County Treasurer Office.
Each general license will come with a free Hunting & Trapping Digest
There will be a convenience fee added on if purchased with a credit card.
If a hunting or furtaker license has been lost or destroyed, a replacement license may be purchased for $6.90, per privilege at any issuing agent. A lost or destroyed antlerless license can only be replaced through a county treasurer. County treasurers can issue replacement antlerless deer licenses for any WMU.
Hunting and furtaker licenses are nontransferable and nonrefundable. It is unlawful to possess another’s hunting license or big game tags.
Types of Hunting Licenses
Adult Hunting - 17 years and older and who have successfully completed a required Hunter-Trapper Education course. Comes with an antlered deer tag, fall turkey tag and spring turkey tag.
Junior Hunting - 12 to 16 years. Must have their parent or legal guardian’s approval to purchase a license, and who have successfully completed a required Hunter-Trapper Education course.
Senior Hunting - 65 years and older. Senior’s may also purchase a Senior Lifetime License.
Combination License - Are available for Junior and Senior hunters. Grant hunting, furtaker, archery, and muzzleloader privileges
Landowner License - Qualified landowners with 80 acres or more.
Military License - Qualified active members of the military
Disabled Veteran - Qualified disabled Veterans
Mentored Youth - First-time unlicensed youngsters up to 16 years of age. They are not required to take a Hunter-Trapper Education class, but they must obtain a permit. They must be accompanied by a Mentor, who is a person 21 years or older that holds a valid current hunting license to serve as a guide.
Mentored Adult - First-time unlicensed 17 years old and older. They are not required to take a Hunter-Trapper Education class, but they must obtain a permit. They must be accompanied by a Mentor, who is a person 21 years or older that holds a valid current hunting license to serve as a guide.