- County Administration
The Warren County Assessment Office is primarily responsible for the valuation of real property for ad valorem (at value) tax purposes, including the management of all property characteristics and ownership records.
The mission of the Auditors is to reconcile, verify, and adjust all accounts applicable to the county government. The auditors are available via telephone, voicemail, and email.
Learn about the main governing board of commissioners that helps oversee the community.
Elections & Voter Registration
County Commissioners serve as the County Board of Elections and perform all duties imposed upon them by the Pennsylvania Election Code.
The Fiscal Department is comprised of the County Fiscal Director, Payroll/Accounts Payable Administrator and a Purchasing Assistant. This department is responsible for the payment of all General Fund expenses including Payroll.
Human Resources ensures the continuance of effective and efficient employee recruitment, administration, professional development, staff relations, employee classification, administration, payroll, and ensures compliance with pertinent federal and state laws relative to personnel administration.
The Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining county property.
Planning & Zoning
The Planning and Zoning Department is responsible for guiding and regulating long and short-term local developments for the benefit of present and future generations.
Prothonotary & Clerk of Courts
The Prothonotary is the clerk of the court of common pleas and keeps records of all civil procedures before the courts, signs all writs and processes (such as suits) and files copies of all records and processes. The office of the Clerk of Courts officer is the chief clerk and record keeper for the criminal courts.
The Public Defender is responsible for furnishing legal counsel to any person who, for lack of sufficient funds, is unable to obtain legal counsel in any situation where representation is constitutionally guaranteed.
Register & Recorder’s Office
The Register and Recorder’s Office oversees recordkeeping duties.
The Warren County Tax Claim Bureau participates in three kinds of sales on a yearly basis to consolidate the seated lands in the county for delinquent taxes.
Duties of the County Treasurer include receipt, custody, and disbursement of all county monies and, as an agent of the state, issues dog, hunting and fishing licenses.
The Director of Veterans’ Affairs becomes the contact for all matters concerning active duty military personnel, ex-military personnel, and certain survivors.