Thursday, September 03, 2015 Module

Flood Ready Flood Warning Website

The FloodReady Website is a network of stream gauges across Lycoming County which helps residents track the water levels in our creeks and river, current rain fall information, and history of flooding at various gauges.  This site gives near real time readings and helps residents prepare in the event of flooding.


Lycoming County map gallery containing all public maps including the Parcel viewer, preliminary flood maps, voting locations and recycling drop-off.  Check back often to see any new maps placed into the gallery.

Online real estate tax payments

click here

Hazard Mitigation Opportunity Form

click here

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC)

Preliminary Flood Rate Maps now available

Lycoming County Parcel Viewer click here

Official Current Effective FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) which have been effective since 2004.

Lycoming County Preliminary Changes Since Last FIRM click here

Preliminary Flood Maps generated as part of the Risk MAP project, and scheduled to become effective November 2015.

Tutorial and instructions on use click here

For more information on the Risk MAP process please click here





Dog Wardens will be canvassing the Lycoming County area for Dog License compliance during the upcoming weeks.  Dog licenses are available at the treasurer's office at 33 West Third Street, or online at by clicking on the "Top 10 Links" on the left, then "Buy a Dog License". Applications can be printed from the website and mailed with payment to 48 West Third Street or taken to the SPCA. State law requires that all dogs three months and older to be licensed by January 1st of each year. The maximum fine per violation of the licensing requirement is $300.00. Yearly licensing fee is $8.50 or $6;50 for each spayed or neutered dog. Senior citizens and persons with disabilities may purchase a license for $6.50 or $4.50 for each spayed and neutered dog. 


Attention PA Anglers!

Save Our Susquehanna (S.O.S) fishing license buttons can be purchased online through the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) Outdoor Shop and at all of the issuing agents located throughout Pennsylvania, including the Lycoming County Treasurers Office.

The PFBC released the SOS Button to raise funds to help the Susquehanna River and small mouth bass fishery.  Profits contribute to funding projects to reduce known sources of pollution in critical areas where diseased bass have been found in the Susquehanna River.

The cost is $10.00 to anglers who possess a valid Pennsylvania fishing license that enables them to fish for the entire year.

The link below is to the Fish and Boat Commission with more information and a picture of the button:   http//   



On Monday, August 24th antlerless deer licenses in Wildlife Management Units(WMU) 2B, 5C & 5D only will be available for over-the-counter purchase in the Treasurer’s Office, 33 West Third Street, Williamsport PA, .  All other WMU’s are sold out except for 2A, which can be purchased by mail-in. A map of the WMUs can be accessed here.  The cost for these licenses is $6.70 for residents and $26.70 for non-residents.


Medication Drop-Off Locations

Turn in your unused or expired medications at these locations: Drug Take Back Permanent Locations Spring 2015 Springversion.pdf




One-for-All Single-Stream Recycling

Want to know how you can recycle more items more easily? Check out this One-for-All Single-Stream Recycling website HERE where you can read about our new program! Whether you’re a resident or business owner, find out how this program can benefit you.


Take a Journey with Us!

Lycoming County has been engaged in Brownfields Revitalization for over 100 years. We are continually “renewing and repurposing” our communities. You’re invited to see our Brownfields Scroll. We’ve come a long way, but the road ahead can be even more exciting!

Brownfields Revitalization



Flood Insurance Information 



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