Welcome to Greene County's new Website!

Please understand that while we feel the site is at a point that it is ready to launch, there is still work to do and it is, and will be, a work-in-progress. If you see any issues on the site, or would like to see additional information added to a particular section, please tell us via our contact form.


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Greene County, PA

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Hunting, Fishing & Dog Licenses
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Meet Your Commissioners
Date: 25 April 2019

Produce to People

Location: 107 Fairgrounds Road, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Food Bank distribution
Date: 1 May 2019

Electronics Recycling Event

Location: 107 Fairgrounds Road, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Electronics Recycling Event

Public Meetings

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Date: 1 May 2019

Commissioners Agenda Meeting May 1, 2019

Location: 93 E. High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Agenda Meeting of the Greene County Board of Commissioners
Date: 2 May 2019

Commissioners Board Meeting May 2, 2019

Location: 93 E. High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Board Meeting of the Greene County Board of Commissioners

News & Notices

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Commissioners proclaim April 2 as National Service Recognition Day
Date: 3 April 2019

Commissioners proclaim April 2 as National Service Recognition Day

During a recent meeting, Greene County Commissioners proclaimed April 2, 2019 as National Service Recognition Day and recognized various representatives from area agencies committed to community service.
Date: 27 March 2019

Lifeguards needed at Greene County Pools

Greene County's three public pools are in need of qualified individuals to work as lifeguards during the busy summer swimming season. Candidates must be at least 16 years of age and possess current lifeguard certification issued by an authorized organization, or be able to attend and pass courses. Call Recreation at 724-852-5323

Greene County purchases new voting system

To comply with the settlement made by the Department of State, the County purchased new voting systems with a voter-verifiable paper trail. The money for these systems had been set aside in 2016 from Act 13 Impact fees, and reibursement, in part, is expected from Federal and State sources. 

The County will be demonstrating the machines throughout the County, as directed by the Board of Elections, and will implement the new system on the 2019 Primary Election on May 21st, 2019. 

While the new system is very much like the old system, there are a few differences, since every vote must be backed up by a paper ballot. To see the new ballot marker device, click here. to see the Precinct scanner that will actually tally the votes, click here. Note that these video's were made by the manufacturer and are not specific to the state of Pennsylvania but the process is the same. 

For more information, to volunteer to work at a polling place, or to volunteer as a technical "rover" during the May Primary, please contact Tina Kiger, Elections Director at 724-852-5304 or Scott Kelley, Electronic Voting system Custodian at 724-8525296

Grenee County Elections Office

Dock to Lock Run

WAYNESBURG, PA. – The Greene County Department of Recreation will host the 2019 Dock to Lock 5K 
Run/Walk along the Greene River Trail on Saturday, May 11.

Participants can sign up for the race at a pre-registration rate of $18 by Friday, April 26, or pay 
a $20 registration fee on the day of the race.

Race-day registration and packet pick-up will begin at 7:15 a.m. at the Rices Landing Fire Hall in Rices Landing. At 8:30 a.m., participants will be bused to the starting line of the Greene River Trail at the Greene Cove Yacht Club in Millsboro, Pa. The race will begin at 9 a.m.

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Greene County Tourism releases new website

The Greene County Tourist Promotion Agency unveiled its new and improved website on Oct. 26.

JoAnne Marshall, the agency’s director, said she’s been planning this project for the past four years. Laick Design, which is local to Southwestern PA, developed and designed the entire site, which took a month to complete. The project cost $2,585.

The new site features a variety of sections, designed in a breathable, grid pattern. It showcases the county’s new motto: Visit Greene, which is supported by the site’s interface. The site, Marshall said, is designed to make visiting the county as easy and desirable as possible.

Users can browse through the county’s history, view photos, download brochures and visitor guides, contact a variety of businesses and resources, find lodging and explore dining options. It also includes an interactive map and events calendar.

Users can filter events to the specific time they will be in the area and see the locations of each event on a map.

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Meet Your Greene County Commissioners

Blair Zimmerman
Board Chairman
Dave Coder
Vice Chairman
Archie Trader