Jeff Mamarella, Tuscarawas County Treasurer, stated that all First Half 2017 Manufactured Home Tax bills have been mailed and are due by March 1.

Failure to receive a tax statement does not eliminate responsibility to pay taxes and penalties. If you have not received your manufactured home tax bill, please contact the County Treasurer's Office at 330-365-3254. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A drive-thru window is open for payment convenience. Payment can be made 24 hrs. each day at the payment drop box located on 1st Drive, N.E. by the County Annex Building. Payment can also be made online. Fees apply to online payments.

If you are the owner of a manufactured home and have not registered the home with the County Auditor's Office, you should do so immediately. Ohio law requires all owners of manufactured homes to register the home with the County Auditor for determination of taxes. Failure to register for taxation can result in a fine, plus taxes and penalties. For additional information, contact the County Auditor's Office at 330-365-3221.

Extended payment dates for military personnel House Bill No. 390, effective March 4, 2002, allows an extension of time for payment of real estate and manufactured home taxes for members of the National Guard and reserve components of the Armed Forces of the United States who have been called to active or other duty under Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Noble Eagle, or the Governor's Directive of September 28, 200l or a successor to that directive. Applications must be completed and an installment contract entered into no later than the last day of the sixth month following termination of active duty. Qualified applicants will enter into a contract to pay the deferred taxes in installments beginning in the seventh month following the end of the member's duty.