Crawford County, Pennsylvania



The Auditors shall audit, settle, and adjust the accounts of all officers of the county and make an annual report thereof. Our dedication to the taxpayers of Crawford County remains unchanged. We will always do our jobs to the best of our abilities, serving as the watchdogs of taxpayer funds.

The Finance department

The County Treasurer is the official custodian of the county funds. Complete and accurate records are kept on all county monies, making this office one of the most important functions of county government. The Treasurer's Office is the issuance of licenses. This includes hunting, furtaking, antlerless, fishing, and life time dog licenses. For more information about the services the department provides, click on the link to the left to find out more information.


The County of Crawford lies in northwestern Pennsylvania. Originally it was inhabited by the Iroquiois Indians and other tribes and nations. In later years, the land was acquired by a group of Dutch investors under title of the Holland Land Company and resold to settlers. The Commonwealth allocated land to its Revolutionary War soldiers as a bonus settlement. The county was formed in 1800 from a portion of Allegheny County and named after Colonel William Crawford, an early military hero and close friend of George Washington.


903 Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335

Phone: (814) 333-7300
Toll free: 800-982-9019

Fax: (814) 337-0457

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

State of Pennsylvania