Administrative powers and duties of county commissioners encompass registration and elections, assessment of persons and property, human services, emergency management, veterans’ affairs,appointment of county personnel and fiscal management.
The Prothonotary is an elected Constitutional office in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Prothonotary is the Clerk of the Civil Division of the Court of Common Pleas and is involved with non-criminal court records and filings, exclusive of property deed recording and wills (and marriage licenses) and is the keeper/clerk of the civil records/division for the court.
The Register of Wills and Recorder of Deeds is responsible for recording numerous documentsrelating to real estate transfers for public record and probating decedent estates. It is also responsible for collecting State realty Tax and State Inheritance Tax as an Agent of the Commonwealth
The auditors must audit, adjust and settle the accounts of the tax collector, district justice and all officers of the borough. They may also audit the accounts of any person, organization or agency receiving or spending borough funds.
The Columbia County Sheriff's Office has a long tradition of providing excellence in service to the citizens of Columbia County. Timothy is proud of the services and programs that our deputies provide to maintain safety and provide education for all that live in Columbia County.
Re-elected in 2018 for a third term Senator Casey is the first Democrat to win a Pa. Senate seat for three consecutive terms. Senator Casey is a strong supporter of the family and a prime mover for paid family leave in the U.S.
Josh Shapiro was elected Governor of Pennsylvania in 2022, and has taken historic steps forward for Pennsylvania. His administration is working to make our Commonwealth a better place and is fighting for Pennsylvanians in Harrisburg every day.
“The Office of Attorney General is here to assist Pennsylvanians using every tool at our disposal. Whether you’ve been scammed out of $35 or $35,000 – let us know. We rely on the tips from Pennsylvanians to make our communities safer, and take every complaint we receive seriously.”