925 Court St.
Honesdale, PA 18431
Phone: (570) 253-5970 Ext. 4210
Fax: (570) 647-0338
Brian T. Field, Treasurer
Laurie Clark – Deputy Treasurer
Vicki Jones – License Sales – Bookkeeper
The Treasurer’s Office collects and deposits all monies due to the county. The Treasurer’s Office Does Not Collect Real Estate Taxes. All Tax Questions Should Be Referred To Your Local Tax Collector.
In addition, the Treasurer’s Office sells:
Valid from July 1 – June 30 of each year.
Due by January 1 for any dog over the age of 3 months. These licenses are also available at Dessin Animal Shelter, Pet Central, Pocono Mt. Licensing, D’s Notary Services and Magistrate Ron Edwards’ office.
Valid from January 1 – December 31 of each year.
Sportsman’s Firearms Permits
Valid for five years from the date of issuance. Must be used in conjunction with a valid (PA) fishing, hunting or furtakers license.
Small Games of Chance
License Valid for one year from the date of issuance.
Bingo valid for one year from date of issuance.
Treasurer’s Office Is Open From 8:30 Am To 4:30 Pm Monday Through Friday.
Application For Dog Licenses. You May Print Them Out And Mail Them To Us.
Wayne County Room Rental Excise Tax
Wayne County Hotel Room Rental Excise Tax Ordinance was enacted by the Board of Commissioners and affects all Operators who rent rooms in Wayne County as of August 1, 2005. The excise tax is calculated at a rate of (3%) on the Consideration received by each Operator of a Hotel from each Transaction of renting a room or rooms to accommodate Transients. The Excise Tax is due and payable to the Wayne County Treasurer on a quarterly basis on or before the 25th day of the month (July, October, January and April) following each calendar quarter.
The ordinance was adopted to assist the Pocono Mountain Vacation Bureau, the County’s designated Tourist Promotion Agency, in their promotion of the entire four County region they represent, Pike, Monroe, Wayne and Carbon. A portion of this tax revenue will also be spent directly on Wayne County tourism promotion and tourist destination improvement. To date, all except Carbon County have enacted the tax. The funds are deposited in a special account and can only be expended on tourism, convention promotion and tourism development as specifically stated in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Act 142 of 2000, as amended.
A copy of the Ordinance, Rules & Regulations and applicable forms can be obtained by calling the Wayne County Treasurer’s office or can be downloaded below: