Updated Message: 3/19/20
As of 4PM today, March 19 2020, the PA State Supreme Court has ordered all court offices closed and all court activity – aside from certain emergency hearings – to cease through April 4.
In conjunction with that, the county is closing the courthouse, the annex, and the administration building to the public through April 3 as well. There will be dropboxes set up for essential paperwork during normal business hours.
At this time, all offices are still staffed; please call 765-2641 and speak to the appropriate department if you have any urgent business.
We thank the public for their cooperation during this most difficult time, and ask everyone to be safe.
Clearfield County Commissioners
|Governor Wolf Order||Approved & Unapproved
|County Group Phone Extension List|
|Victim Witness||5003||District Attorney||5017|
|Tax Claim||5006||-Tony Scotto||3003|
|Public Defender||5007||-Dave Glass||3004|
|Adult Probation||5009||Human Resources (County Employees Services Only)||3002|
|Juvenile Probation||5018||Election Office||5053|
|Treasurer’s Office||5011||Veteran’s Affairs||5052|
|Register & Recorder||5012||Planning & Solid Waste||5055|
|Clerk of Courts||5014|
Coronavirus Information Links
Clearfield County recommends using the following links to track and keep up-to-date on the Coronavirus
Clearfield Countywas created in 1804, from parts of Huntingdon and Lycoming Counties and named for Clearfield Creek. The creek’s name alluded to openings or “clear-fields” made by the large number of bison in the area. For many years Clearfield County functioned as part of Centre County, not electing its own commissioners until 1812. It was organized for judicial purposes in 1822. Clearfield, the county seat, was incorporated as a borough in 1840.
Clearfield County is located in the center of Pennsylvania with direct access to major markets in the Northeastern United States and the Midwest via US Interstate 80 which runs directly through the center of the county. There are 6 exits off US Interstate 80 in Clearfield County with 5 of the exits having potential economic development properties available near the exits. Recent additions to the Clearfield County business community include the Wal-Mart Distribution Center located in Bradford Township at old Exit 20 of Interstate 80, the newly-constructed Clearfield Campus of Lock Haven University and the State Correctional Institute at Houtzdale. Economic Development opportunities also exist at the new DuBois Industrial Park.
Clearfield County Treasurer Dog License
To renew or purchase licenses, click this link: https://www.doglicenses.us/PA/Clearfield/
Clearfield County Government Contact Information
|County Office Hours|
|Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4pm
|Courthouse Address||Courthouse Annex Address||Administrative Offices Address|
|1 North Second St||230 East Market Street||212 East Locust Street|
|Clearfield, PA 16830||Clearfield, PA 16830||Clearfield, PA 16830|