Bucks County Treasurer Thomas E. Panzer, Esq. announces the sale of doe permits through his office starting on Monday, July 11. The Treasurer’s office is permitted to accept one first round application per Customer Identification (CID) number through the U.S. Mail only beginning on that date.
Please note that the price of a PA resident doe tag has increased to $6.90. The Bucks County Treasurer’s office encourages residents to review this season’s application schedule in the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) Digest and send in their applications as soon as permitted per the PGC schedule to be sure not to miss out on their first choice Wildlife Management Unit (WMU). It is important to note that both 5C and 5D tags sold out quickly last year. Residents can stop by the Treasurer’s office on the third floor of the Bucks County Administration Building for a pink mailing envelope. Doe permit applications should be mailed to the Treasurer’s office at 55 E. Court St. in Doylestown, PA 18901.
For more information about the Treasurer’s office and its resident services, please visit the official County website, www.buckscounty.org/treasurer.