Address


53 E. Market St.
Tiffin, OH
44883

Contact


Phone: 419-448-5403
Email: financedirector@tiffinohio.gov

Hours


Monday – Friday : 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Staff


Gwynn Reinhart
Director of Finance
greinhart@tiffinohio.gov
financedirector@tiffinohio.gov

Kathy Kaufman
Payroll Manager
kkaufman@tiffinohio.gov
payroll@tiffinohio.gov

Michele Long
Accounts Payables
Shelter Rentals
mlong@tiffinohio.gov
accountspayable@tiffinohio.gov

Dawn Roca
Accounts Receivable
droca@tiffinohio.gov
accountsreceivable@tiffinohio.gov

Please see other departments under the supervision of the Director of Finance
Sewer Revenue Department
Income Tax Department

Forms


All Forms
Monthly Cash Basis Financial Reports

Finance Department


About

The Finance Office consists of the Director of Finance, the Income Tax Department, the Sewer Revenue Department, Payroll, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable.

The Director of Finance is the fiscal officer of the City, directs the Finance Department, serves as financial advisor to the Mayor, Council, and City Administrator, and ensures compliance with the City Charter, State, and Federal Laws. The Director of Finance collects all taxes, assessments, and moneys due; disburses funds; invests funds; and maintains an efficient general accounting system. Prepares monthly cash basis reports distributed to Council and Department Heads.

The Director of Finance also serves as fiscal advisor to the Mayor, City Administrator, and Council; assists the Mayor in the preparation of the yearly budget, appropriation measures and statements of anticipated income. The Director of Finance is the main contact for the annual financial statement preparation in compliance with GAAP, annual external audit, and financial information used in the process of debt issuance; and assists in the development of information used to conduct wage and benefit negotiations with all collective bargaining units.

The Director of Finance is also a voting member of the Tax Incentive Review Council, the City’s Board of Control, and the City’s Records Commission.

Additional Information

Monday thru Friday, 8:30AM thru 4:30PM. Closed for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday Following Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
The barn/shelters are available for rent 11AM to 4PM, 4PM to 11PM or 11AM to 11PM.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

The barn is $75 for a half day and $100 for a full day, shelters are $35 for a half day and $45 for a full day.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

The barn has cold water available and the barn and all of the shelters have electricity.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

The barn has 20 tables & accommodates approximately 100-150 people.
The shelters have 8-10 tables and accommodate approximately 50-70 people. The Lion’s shelter is the smallest with only 6 tables and accommodates approximately 40-50
people.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

Pool restrooms are open mid-April thru Mid-October depending on weather and are
handicap accessible. Porta pots are located near the barn (handicap accessible), in the
upper park by the American Legion parking lot and by the tennis courts, and in the lower
park near the football field.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

All shelters have grills. The American Legion and Moose shelters have built in fireplaces in addition to grills.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

You can reserve a shelter by calling the City of Tiffin Finance Department at 419-448-5403. Our office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30AM – 4:30PM.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

The City of Tiffin Park & Recreation Department maintains 14 picnic shelters at
different locations. There are shelters at the following parks: Applejack (small shelter),

Hedges-Boyer, Highland, Junior Home, Nature Trails (small shelter), Oakley, and

Riverview (small shelter). Shelters are available on a first come, first use basis with the

exception being the shelters and barn at Hedges-Boyer Park.

Please visit the Shelter Rentals page for more information.

No, alcoholic beverages are not permitted in the parks.

To acquire a vendor’s license please contact the City of Tiffin, Police Department.

The cost of the vendor’s license is $100 for a full year or $25 per day.

To acquire a construction permit and pay please contact the City of Tiffin, Engineering Department.
Please contact Kathy Kaufman, City of Tiffin, Payroll Manager at 419-448- 5403, fax 419-448- 5406, or e-mail kkaufman@tiffinohio.gov.
Information regarding the Tiffin Bark Park is available online at the Friends of the Tiffin Bark Park. Brochures are also available at veterinary offices and at the entrance to the Tiffin Bark Park. Payments are made to the Friends of the Tiffin Bark Park and not to the City of Tiffin. Registrations and payments can be sent to Tiffin Bark Park Registrations, P.O. Box 611, Tiffin, Ohio 44883-0611.

Finance Department

Mission

Address


53 E. Market St.
Tiffin, OH
44883

Contact


Phone: 419-448-5403
Email: financedirector@tiffinohio.gov

Hours


Monday – Friday : 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Staff


Gwynn Reinhart
Director of Finance
greinhart@tiffinohio.gov
financedirector@tiffinohio.gov

Kathy Kaufman
Payroll Manager
kkaufman@tiffinohio.gov
payroll@tiffinohio.gov

Michele Long
Accounts Payables
Shelter Rentals
mlong@tiffinohio.gov
accountspayable@tiffinohio.gov

Dawn Roca
Accounts Receivable
droca@tiffinohio.gov accountsreceivable@tiffinohio.gov

Please see other departments under the supervision of the Director of Finance
Sewer Revenue Department
Income Tax Department

Forms


All Forms
Monthly Cash Basis Financial Reports

About

The Finance Office consists of the Director of Finance, the Income Tax Department, the Sewer Revenue Department, Payroll, Accounts Receivable, and Accounts Payable.

The Director of Finance is the fiscal officer of the City, directs the Finance Department, serves as financial advisor to the Mayor, Council, and City Administrator, and ensures compliance with the City Charter, State, and Federal Laws. The Director of Finance collects all taxes, assessments, and moneys due; disburses funds; invests funds; and maintains an efficient general accounting system. Prepares monthly cash basis reports distributed to Council and Department Heads.

The Director of Finance also serves as fiscal advisor to the Mayor, City Administrator, and Council; assists the Mayor in the preparation of the yearly budget, appropriation measures and statements of anticipated income. The Director of Finance is the main contact for the annual financial statement preparation in compliance with GAAP, annual external audit, and financial information used in the process of debt issuance; and assists in the development of information used to conduct wage and benefit negotiations with all collective bargaining units.

The Director of Finance is also a voting member of the Tax Incentive Review Council, the City’s Board of Control, and the City’s Records Commission.

Additional Information

Monday thru Friday, 8:30AM thru 4:30PM. Closed for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday Following Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
The barn/shelters are available for rent 11AM to 4PM, 4PM to 11PM or 11AM to 11PM.
The barn is $75 for a half day and $100 for a full day, shelters are $35 for a half day and $45 for a full day.
The barn has cold water available and the barn and all of the shelters have electricity.
The barn has 20 tables & accommodates approximately 100-150 people.
The shelters have 8-10 tables and accommodate approximately 50-70 people. The Lion’s shelter is the smallest with only 6 tables and accommodates approximately 40-50
people.
Pool restrooms are open mid-April thru Mid-October depending on weather and are
handicap accessible. Porta pots are located near the barn (handicap accessible), in the
upper park by the American Legion parking lot and by the tennis courts, and in the lower
park near the football field.
All shelters have grills. The American Legion and Moose shelters have built in fireplaces in addition to grills.
You can reserve a shelter by calling the City of Tiffin Finance Department at 419-448-5403. Our office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:30AM – 4:30PM.
The City of Tiffin Park & Recreation Department maintains 14 picnic shelters at
different locations. There are shelters at the following parks: Applejack (small shelter),

Hedges-Boyer, Highland, Junior Home, Nature Trails (small shelter), Oakley, and

Riverview (small shelter). Shelters are available on a first come, first use basis with the

exception being the shelters and barn at Hedges-Boyer Park.

No, alcoholic beverages are not permitted in the parks.
To acquire a vendor’s license please contact the City of Tiffin, Police Department.

The cost of the vendor’s license is $100 for a full year or $25 per day.

To acquire a construction permit and pay please contact the City of Tiffin, Engineering Department.
Please contact Kathy Kaufman, City of Tiffin, Payroll Manager at 419-448- 5403, fax 419-448- 5406, or e-mail kkaufman@tiffinohio.gov.
Information regarding the Tiffin Bark Park is available online at the Friends of the Tiffin Bark Park. Brochures are also available at veterinary offices and at the entrance to the Tiffin Bark Park. Payments are made to the Friends of the Tiffin Bark Park and not to the City of Tiffin. Registrations and payments can be sent to Tiffin Bark Park Registrations, P.O. Box 611, Tiffin, Ohio 44883-0611.