Village Council Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursday of every month in the Village Hall at 7:00 p.m.
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The Village of Tuscarawas is soliciting for public support of park improvements/passive recreation through several grants (State Capital Bill, ODNR Grants, and Local Foundation Grants). Some of the proposed projects will consists of a multi-use building at the park (pavilion, restrooms, and concessions), a new basketball court, a trail that goes around the perimeter of the park, and two parking lots for the park. The proposed park trail will connect to the trail headed to the boat ramp, in addition to Sharon Drive which connects to 416 to New Philadelphia. Once the bridge is completed by the County, an additional park trail will be designed for that area.
In addition, the Village is working on a food truck park off of Main Street, which will have designated spots for a food trucks, a gazebo, picnic tables, and playground equipment.
If you can send your letter to support to:
400 3rd Street SE., Suite 309
Canton, Ohio 44702
Or by email – email@example.com
Water Permits for Lawn Watering
A permit is required for users of the Village of Tuscarawas municipal water system who wish to water their lawn using any non hand-held water sprinkler device.
Required reports and public documents on water system improvement projects.
An inspection, certificate of title, and a valid sticker is required to use an under-speed vehicle within the village. Please follow the links below for complete information. These documents are in an Adobe Acrobat format.
All under-speed vehicles must be in compliance after September 30, 2017.
Zeisberger Trail and Parks
Zeisberger Trail and Parks is a community organization that is working to build trails and parks in the Tuscarawas area.
The Village of Tuscarawas is located in southern Tuscarawas County, Ohio, about eight miles south of New Philadelphia on State Route 416.
We have two churches and several businesses including restaurants and a gas station/convenience store. A recently remodeled and expanded library is located on Main Avenue.
For recreation, Tuscarawas (also referred to by many as “Tusky”) has a park with a shelter house, playgrounds, a basketball court, and several ball fields. The Ohio & Erie Canal Lock 15 is located on the south end of the village and is a nice spot for a picnic. The newly constructed Snyder’s Landing boat ramp is a wonderful place to easily launch your boat into the historic Tuscarawas river.
According to the last census, about 934 people call Tuscarawas “home.” Although the town is small, we have our own Police Department and the Warwick Township Volunteer Fire Department is located in the village. Tuscarawas is also home to the Indian Valley Middle School.
Tuscarawas is a great place to live and raise a family.
Again, we welcome you to our village!