County & State Resources

Dog Licensing

Pennsylvanians can now purchase dog licenses from their county treasurers. State law requires all dogs three months and older to be licensed by Jan. 1 of each year. For a list of county treasurers, visit Why do I need to have a dog license?

Dog Law Complaint Form

To register a complaint or tip with the State Dog Law Enforcement Office, visit the PA Department of Agriculture website below.


Berks County Conservation Complaint Hotline

The hotline is for all complaints handled by the district including:

  • Erosion and sediment control issues
  • Waterway/wetland encroachments
  • Agricultural issues (manure, excess erosion)
  • Mosquito related issues

Visit their website for district programs, meeting information, education, and more.


Berks County Recycling

Berks County Solid Waste Authority: Information regarding recycling. The mission of the Berks County Solid Waste Authority is to manage solid waste and recyclable materials in an environmentally safe, reliable and efficient manner.

Pennsylvanians Encouraged To Protect Themselves Against Tickborne Diseases When Venturing Outdoors

Press release from March 2022. Pennsylvanians experiencing “spring fever,” that perennial urge to venture outdoors to hike, hunt, fish and explore, should plan now to protect themselves and their families against potentially serious tickborne diseases -- including Lyme disease and the rare but dangerous Deer Tick Virus (DTV), which has been found in ticks at high levels for the first time in multiple locations around the state.

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