NOTICES:

Elections Office Announcement: The state voting system has erroneously sent out duplicate e-mail notices to voters stating that their ballots have been mailed. Individuals should ignore the duplicate notification. This is simply a computer-generated e-mail issue and there is no reason to call the Greene County Elections Office. See the full announcement Here.

2020 GENERAL ELECTION ABSENTEE / MAIL-IN BALLOT RETURN SITES AND UPDATED PRECINCT LISTINGS
In accordance with the provisions of the Pennsylvania Election Code, notice is hereby given to the electors of Greene County, Pennsylvania, that the Plan for Absentee and Mail-In Ballot Return Site for the 2020 General Election is available. Please Click to View the Plan HEREFor an updated listing of Precinct Locations please click HERE.

Finance Office

The Finance Office is responsible to the Board of Commissioners for financial analysis, debt items and budget preparation. Accounts Receivable also falls under the Finance Office.

Commissioners' Finance Office


The Finance Office is responsible to the Board of Commissioners for the development of the annual General Fund Budget, assisting the County Investment Banker & Bond Counsel with bond issues, the peparation of loans in accordance with the Local Government Unit Debt Act, financial analysis, and continuing disclosure requirements through the MSRB EMMA. 

Accounts Receivable also falls under the Finance Office and is responsible for billing customers of Greene County with respect to GIS purchases, recreational rentals, and other customers. 
 

Contact Information

Greene County Office Building
93 East High St.
Suite 300
Waynesburg, PA 15370
Hours of Operation: M-F, 8:30AM to 4:30 PM

Department Contacts:

Scott Kelley
Chief Financial Officer - Commissioners
Judy Snyder
Director

County Financial files

Bond Issues

  • This document contains only the Official Statement. The complete OS with appendixes and the bond book itself can be viewed in the Finance Office. Please contact Scott Kelley at 724-852-5296
  • This document contains only the Official Statement. The complete OS with appendixes and the bond book itself can be viewed in the Finance Office. Please contact Scott Kelley at 724-852-5296

Act 13 Spending Reports

Act 13 provides for the imposition of an unconventional gas well fee (also called an impact fee), and the distribution of those funds to local and state governments.  Act 13/Impact Fee also contains provisions regarding how the impact fee may be spent.  A significant portion of the funds collected will be distributed directly to local governments to cover the local impacts of drilling. Greene County receives Act 13 allocations annually.

To view Greene County's allocations, follow this link and select the Year you would like to view and then select Greene county. 

For more information about Act 13, please visit the Pennsylvania PUC Website