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Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership releases Jobs & Investment Report

Results from the first such business survey show recovery, growth plans

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 5, 2021 – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that it is releasing its first Jobs & Investment Report. The report summarizes the results of their Jobs & Investment Survey launched in January 2021 and promoted in partnership with the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services. Twenty-five businesses employing more than 2,700 workers participated. The full report can be viewed at tiffinseneca.org (or by clicking here).

Key takeaways from the survey included:

  • There was good representation from rural Seneca County (proportionally speaking), with 40 percent having a location in the villages and townships.
  • Participating businesses (as a whole) reduced their workforce by 8.4 percent due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They hired more than half of the jobs lost back by the beginning of 2021. It also indicates businesses have not (as a whole) recovered to where they were at the beginning of 2020.
  • More than ¾ of the businesses are planning to hire (76 percent) and/or train their workers (84 percent) meaning workforce development continues to be a priority.
  • Investment plans for 2021 ($66 million) are in line with a robust 2020 ($70 million).
  • Two-thirds of the businesses are thinking about making changes to their space/facility (64 percent).

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz was pleased with the results: “This is further evidence that our businesses are in a strong recovery and that they are continuing to plan to invest and hire. We applaud their grit and growth and want to do everything we can to support them.”

Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner concurred, “I’m pleased that all businesses throughout Seneca County are continuing to rebound from a difficult 2020 and that they plan to grow. We will continue to make smart investments to promote jobs and positive development for our residents.”

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio. Tiffin and Seneca County consistently rank in the top two percent of communities nationally for economic development and has one of the most recognized and award-winning downtown Main Street programs in Ohio. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership to hold free annual meeting on East Green

Economic development organization kicks off month long celebration on June 3

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 5, 2021 – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that it will be holding its annual meeting at the Frost-Kalnow Amphitheatre on the East Green on June 3, 2021. For the first time ever, this event will be held outdoors and be free and open to the public. Throughout the month of June TSEP will be highlighting the projects, the partners, and the people that help drive the economy forward.

The event is outdoors, and and attendees are asked to follow all CDC guidelines. Hand sanitizer will be available.

No dinner will be provided. Attendees are welcome to bring Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) drinks to the venue and vendors will be on site to purchase food. Seating will start at 5 p.m., with the event starting at 6 p.m. and finishing by 8 p.m. To RSVP and secure your seating, visit tsep2021.com (or click here).

TSEP President & CEO David Zak said, “This past year has been historic in so many ways, and we have been so inspired by our local businesses, government, and private. We want to recognize their efforts, while at the same time dreaming big for that future. This year, we’re inviting the entire community to dream with us.”

The event will feature several speakers in five-to-ten-minute segments:

  • Austin Brooks, Executive Director at the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship (Effingham, IL)
  • Craig Gossman, Owner of the Gossman Group and Board Member of Heritage Ohio (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Dean Monske, President & CEO of the Regional Growth Partnership (Toledo, Ohio)
  • The TSEP Team (Carol Owen, Audrey Flood, Nick Dutro, Amy Reinhart, David Zak)

Topics will include the incredible challenges of the coronavirus; the best year ever for economic development; recognition and transformation for downtown Tiffin; innovation in entrepreneurship and workforce development found nowhere else in Ohio; community development engaging the public like never before.

Throughout the evening, TSEP will recognize and honor several businesses, organizations, and partners with the following awards:

  • Partnership in Development Award
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit Award
  • Economic Development Award
  • Outstanding Business of the Year Award
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Special Recognition Award
  • President’s Award

TSEP Chair of the Board of Trustees Dean Keller echoed Zak’s sentiment: “Although 2020 was one of the most difficult years in recent memory, the resilience, commitment, and strength of our community came shining through. The annual meeting is a place to highlight our achievements and talk about how we’re planning to move our community and its economy forward.”

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio. Tiffin and Seneca County consistently rank in the top two percent of communities nationally for economic development and has one of the most recognized and award-winning downtown Main Street programs in Ohio. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Downtown Tiffin Business Directory connects businesses and customers

Interactive site allows people to search products, categories

TIFFIN, OHIO – May 4, 2021 – A new website is available for residents and visitors to find out everything that is offered in Downtown Tiffin with just a click of a button. The Downtown Tiffin Business Directory is an interactive site where customers can search for products that are available downtown, including shopping, dining, classes and arts. It is a one stop location for downtown business information, and it links directly to the individual business pages for online shopping options. 

The site features a search bar to find individual items or services and category tabs for Art, Classes, Fitness, Food & Drink, Glass, Home, Religion, Services, and Shopping. To find the site, visit downtowntiffinevents.com and click the button on the top of the page (or click here from your browser).

The service was developed by Judy Smith and members of the Downtown Business Enhancement Committee to support downtown small businesses.

Bill Jones, chair of the Downtown Business Enhancement Committee said, “We’re excited to be able to link all of the downtown businesses with this website and show people that there’s a lot to do in Downtown Tiffin.”

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

Vanguard Sentinel chosen as pilot site for new state program

Just one of 12 sites in Ohio for High School Tech Internship Pilot Program

Press Release via Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers

Fremont, Ohio — Lt. Governor Jon Husted, in his capacity as Director of the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, joined Ohio Development Services Agency Director Lydia Mihalik and Ohio’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria last week to announce a new pilot internship program that will help connect students with technology roles at Ohio businesses.  This program will have 12 pilot sites throughout the state of Ohio, and Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers has been named as one of these sites.

The High School Tech Internship pilot program is an opportunity for Ohio employers to hire high school interns and receive reimbursement for a portion of their wages. The goal of this pilot program is to connect Ohio’s high school students with technology roles and technology businesses in Ohio at an earlier age.  Businesses who are interested in hosting a student intern to be placed in a technology role that focuses on software, data, cloud and IT infrastructure, and cybersecurity should email Angie Morelock at amorelock@vsctc.org for more information by May 17, 2021. 

“The incentive this program offers to local businesses to bring on a high-school age intern provides a wonderful opportunity for our students that have been trained and earned credentials in the Information Technology field,” explains Superintendent Greg Edinger.  “Often companies show hesitancy hiring high school students so we are thankful to Lt. Governor Husted for offering this incentive and for believing in our programming and students, and the role they play in the future.” 

In order for businesses to qualify for the wage reimbursement they must:

  • Submit documentation proving that the individual was employed for a minimum of 150 hours
  • Submit documentation proving that the individual was paid at least $12.00 per hour.
  • Employers can receive wage reimbursement for a maximum of four individuals per calendar year.
  • Employers can receive up to $1,250 in wage reimbursement for individuals 17 years of age or younger and up to $1,000 for individuals ages 18 and 19. 
  • Employers may receive an extra $100 in reimbursement if they can demonstrate the intern earned an industry credential recognized on the Innovative Workforce Incentive Program list by the time of the reimbursement request. 

Vanguard-Sentinel Career & Technology Centers have been providing quality career technical education since 1968.  The district provides students with specific, marketable skills to begin a career, pursue further training or attend college.  For more information, visit www.vsctc.org.  

Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership opens search for Operations Manager

Newly created position needed to continue the strong momentum

  • To view the position description, click here.

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 29, 2021 – Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that it has launched a search to fill its newly created position of Operations Manager. Position description and requirements can be found at tsepsearch.com. Resumes and cover letters will be accepted by email only to tsepsearch@tiffinseneca.org until 5 p.m. June 14, 2021.   

TSEP President & CEO David Zak was excited to make the announcement. “Each member of our team believes in our mission and appreciates being able to work hard every day to make this a great place to live, work and run a business. Our biggest challenge is sustaining our pace. We are currently leading and managing 84 initiatives, 184 projects, 13 committees, and 140 volunteers with no administrative or operational support. A much-needed internally-focused addition to the team sets us up for long-term success.”

Since 2014, TSEP has expanded from two full-time staff focusing on four primary development areas to a team of five plus interns and other third-party service providers, handling the following 17 areas of activity:

  • Amy Reinhart: Downtown Development & Revitalization, Main Street.
  • Carol Kern: Employer Recruitment & Training, Workforce Development, Business Outreach.
  • Nick Dutro: Industrial, Commercial, Residential, Real Estate Development; Media Relations.
  • Audrey Flood: Entrepreneurship, Community, Rural Development; Social Media; Administrative.
  • David Zak: Organizational, Tech-Based, International Development; Strategic Planning.

Dean Keller, President of the First National Bank of Sycamore and Chair of TSEP’s Board of Directors, believes the timing is right, “Our passionate, dedicated, and talented leaders on the TSEP team are accomplishing more than at any time since its creation in 1983. The board is committed to continuing the quality and quantity of our work, and therefore unanimously supports the hiring of a new Operations Manager to allow TSEP to do just that.”

Since 2014, TSEP has achieved the following external results, among others:

  • Ranked every year in the top two percent nationally for economic development with 42 large projects.
  • Helped create 2,000 new jobs and attract $422 million in new investment.
  • Made 1,262 calls on businesses, inventoried 175 business resources, and logged 649 projects.
  • Created four new incentive programs, administered eight others, and built a speculative building.
  • Received state Main Street accreditation every year since 2015 and national since 2017.
  • Received 8 state awards for downtown revitalization and one honorable mention.
  • Helped locate 70 businesses and facilitate almost 100 façade projects in downtown Tiffin.

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz, a member of TSEP’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, supports the search: “The results speak for themselves. We have a top-notch aggressive and innovative economic, downtown and community development organization, and we can’t afford to take our foot off the gas. The Operations Manager is the next logical step to continuing the momentum.”

Since 2014, TSEP has achieved the following internal results, among others:

  • Led the creation of 14 strategic plans and studies, and a community branding initiative.
  • Issued 262 press releases, generating 402 digital and print and 47 television stories.
  • Built a Facebook page with 6,000+ likes, 929 posts, a reach of 2.2 million, and 8.3 million impressions.
  • Published 148 e-mail newsletters with twice the average open rate for non-profits (30-50%).
  • For members and the board, provided 297 updates, held 30 events, and published 15 reports.
  • More than doubled both public support and private fundraising and built over 6 months of reserves.
  • Increased the number of volunteers from 30 to 140, the number of committees from four to 13.

Seneca County Commission President Mike Kerschner, also a member of TSEP’s Executive Committee and Board of Trustees, also strongly supports this action. “TSEP works extremely hard to promote our community, communicate with stakeholders, and drive economic growth. I appreciate their sound and fiscally conservative approach to running the organization, and I am confident this new addition to the team will have a great return on investment.” 

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio. Tiffin and Seneca County consistently rank in the top two percent of communities nationally for economic development and has one of the most recognized and award-winning downtown Main Street programs in Ohio. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Unboxed Treasures opening May 1 in Downtown Tiffin

Store to offer variety of retail items, snacks

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 28, 2021 – A new retail and resale store is coming to Downtown Tiffin. Owners Amanda and Michael Johnson are bringing Unboxed Treasures to 14 Sycamore St., with a planned opening date of May 1.

The store will have a variety of products, including clothing, household items and sensory items, as well as soft drinks, bottled water, snacks and candy bars available. The Johnsons say that with the rotating stock, the store will be a little different every time customers visit.

“We are excited about this opportunity to join the Downtown Tiffin retail community and bring our unique products to the area,” said Amanda Johnson.

“I’m happy to welcome Unboxed Treasures to Downtown Tiffin,” said Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz. “Congratulations to Amanda and Michael Johnson on the opening of your new business.”

To mark the opening of Unboxed Treasures, the owners are going to have a Mother’s Day promotion. From opening date until May 8, customers will be entered to win a $20 gift certificate for every $10 spent on merchandise. The winner will be drawn at 2 p.m. May 8.

Store hours are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. For more information, call (567) 220-6030 or email unboxed.treasures14@gmail.com

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.

B.E.S.T. to open in Downtown Tiffin

Restaurant featuring street tacos, breakfast staples

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 22, 2021 – B.E.S.T. Taco Shop & Breakfast Spot (BEST) a veteran-owned taqueria, has announced today that it is planning to open in mid-May at 45 S. Washington St., across from The Ritz Theatre in Downtown Tiffin.

The restaurant gets its name for the acronym for Bacon, Eggs, and Street Tacos (B.E.S.T.), as a reference to the menu, which will include popular items such as California-inspired and baja-style street tacos, homemade fire-roasted salsa and guacamole, burritos, quesadillas, traditional sides, an Ohio based queso and breakfast items; including breakfast tacos and burritos, omelets and fresh fruits. The restaurant will also have many vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and low carb options.

Owner/operator Jeff Snavely, a Tiffin Columbian High School graduate, served in the U.S. Army and then lived in Arizona and California for a few years before returning to Tiffin in 2014. He has been working on making the restaurant a reality after more than two years of planning and investments.

“This community is such a fabulous place to live, work, and eat. Seeing the way that the community has grown under its excellent leadership, I wanted to be part of that and make something for my family and give back to my hometown,” Snavely said. “I want to take this opportunity to thank my friends and family who encouraged and helped me in every way toward taking this leap, and especially to my brother Matt Snavely, whose faith and support helped make this dream possible.”

Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz is excited to see the new eatery opening. “Congratulations to Jeff Snavely on the opening of B.E.S.T. I’m proud that we continue to attract new, exciting businesses in Downtown Tiffin.”

B.E.S.T. will be open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 8 a.m.-8p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Breakfast is available for delivery 8 a.m.-1 p.m. on the weekends. The lunch/dinner menu available 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily. While the restaurant will be open for dine-in in the near future, the preferred service method is carry-out and delivery for the time being. For more information, find B.E.S.T. on Facebook and look for their website with full menu soon. For hiring information, email resumes to bestoftiffin@gmail.com.

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio, which consistently ranks among the top communities nationally for economic development. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Industrial wage and benefits survey opens May 3

First comprehensive report in more than a decade to be produced by July

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 19, 2021Seneca County Job & Family Services (JFS) and Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership (TSEP) announced today that it will be launching a new multi-county industrial Wage & Benefits survey on May 3. The final report will be made available to participants in July and to the general public in the fall.

For years, Seneca County employers have requested the data, and the Seneca County JFS/OhioMeansJobs – Seneca County was able to secure the funding through the Greater Ohio Workforce Board.  JFS and TSEP are working together to coordinate reach out to businesses. Other entities from Seneca County involved in promoting the survey include the Fostoria Economic Development Corporation and the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services.

This survey will be targeted at industrial employers, including manufacturing, logistics, and warehousing. The goal is to survey 250-275 employers in Seneca, Hancock and Wyandot counties. Additionally, Sandusky County Department of Job and Family Services will survey employers in Sandusky, Erie, Huron, and Lucas counties, and that data will be shared with this effort.

Thomas P. Miller and Associates of Indianapolis, Indiana was selected to conduct the survey. TPMA was founded in 1989 and has been completing wage and benefit surveys for the past 15 years in more than 40 states, with clients including small rural towns, state agencies, educational institutions, and publicly traded companies.

Beginning today, TPMA will work with OMJ Seneca County to finalize questions and format for the wage and benefits survey. The survey will be distributed May 3-7 and a final report is expected in July. Companies interesting in participating should contact Carol Kern at carolowen@jfs.ohio.gov or by cell at (419) 447-5011 x2322.

Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services Director Kathy Oliver said, “I’m proud that we are able to play a role in securing the funds for this vital program. Carol Kern, Business Services Consultant at OhioMeansJobs – Seneca County, has heard for a while that company leadership have been looking for this data, and we’re glad that we could help make that possible.”

Seneca County Board of Commissioners President Mike Kerschner thanked DJFS for their role, “This is invaluable information for our local companies, not just to understand how they stack up locally, but regionally as well. This is key in our efforts to help to strengthen our workforce.”

About the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership

Started in 1983 as the Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC), the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to driving positive economic, downtown, and community development in Tiffin and Seneca County, Ohio, which consistently ranks among the top communities nationally for economic development. Learn more about the great things going on in Tiffin and Seneca County at www.tiffinseneca.org.

Seneca CEO Program Now Seeking Facilitator and Student Applicants

First program in the state of Ohio officially set to launch this fall.

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 16, 2021 – The board of the Seneca CEO program announced today that applications for student participants and the part-time Facilitator position are now open. Individuals can apply at senecacountyceo.com. The Facilitator job application is open through May 10 and the student application is open through May 15.

Seneca County is on track to be come the 66th community nationally, and first in Ohio, to host a Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) program which was developed by the Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship to help high school youth successfully start new businesses and learn valuable skills.

A new 501c3 nonprofit called Seneca CEO was created last year to administer the program. Edward VanHoose, President of Federated Energy Services Cooperative including North Central Electric locally, is serving as the organization’s first president. VanHoose saw the program’s success firsthand when he worked in southern Illinois several years ago and is excited for the program to launch here in our community.

“I know this program works, makes business sense, and dramatically impacts local lives,” said VanHoose. “Our next step is to hire a Facilitator that embodies the spirit of the program and will be a great fit for engaging our students. We’re also looking for bright students to participate in the inaugural class beginning in fall of 2021.”

The program would not be where it is today without the generous support of the almost 40 community Investors who have committed financially to ensure that neither schools nor students are charged for the program, making it openly accessible to all students in the county. The organization also is seeking community business leaders to serve as speakers and one-on-one mentors for students as well as business locations to serve as visit sites.

Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kershner said, “This program will be a huge asset to our community’s educational, workforce and business infrastructure and I would encourage anyone who is interested to get involved.”

To apply, to learn more about the program or to enquire about getting involved in various ways, you can reach out at info@senecacountyceo.com , visit www.senecacountyceo.com and find Seneca CEO on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Seneca-CEO-110126164165302.

Seneca CEO Board members include Ed VanHoose of Federated Energy Services Cooperative, Tony Gorrell of Sutton Bank, Suzie Reineke of Reineke Family Dealerships, Nate Brickner of Bascom Communications, David Zak of the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership, Sarah Stevens-Krupp of the Fostoria Area Chamber of Commerce, Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kershner, Dr. Laura Kagy of Seneca East Local Schools, Michelle Snay of Mohawk Local Schools and Ted Willman of Calvert High School.

More about the Facilitator Job Description

Seneca County CEO will prepare the next generation of strong effective leaders and be proactive in building our future economic growth through a transformational entrepreneurship program called Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO). Our community is seeking an innovative educator to facilitate the class – someone who believes that education extends beyond the classroom.

The CEO Facilitator will create a learning environment where students are encouraged to explore, discover and experience learning through real life activities. The facilitator’s role is to model a passion for learning, connect with the students and community, collaborate with the CEO Board, and most importantly provide guidance to the students on their personal CEO journey.

CEO offers real life experiences through regular contact with local entrepreneurs and business people. Students in the program will come from area high schools and will meet from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM Monday – Friday during the school year. This is a half-time position. CEO requires a great deal of time from the facilitator to establish good relationships with the business community, prepare the many communications that make the program transparent, and build the learning environment that allows students to succeed. If you are passionate about cultivating lifelong learners, please send a resume with references to info@senecacountyceo.com.

More About the Midland Institute

The Midland Institute for Entrepreneurship was established in 2007 in Effingham, Illinois to oversee and promote the Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) initiative – a year-long high school program created by Milken National Educator Craig Lindvahl designed to bring high school youth, entrepreneurs, and businesses together and provide an overview of business development and processes. Now, more than 200 schools offer the program. For more information, visit www.midlandinstitute.com.

Downtown clean-up planned for April 24

Volunteers asked to help keep community beautiful

TIFFIN, OHIO – April 16, 2021 – A Downtown Clean Up is planned for 9-11 a.m. Saturday, April 24. Volunteers are asked to join in helping to keep Downtown Tiffin beautiful.

Volunteers should meet at Cherry Alley Saturday morning for a location map, trash bags and other items. Volunteers should bring their own gloves. To sign up, click here or click the link on the Facebook event page.

This event is organized through the Downtown Tiffin Design Committee and supplies are being provided by a private donor.

For more information, search for “Downtown Clean Up” on Facebook or find it through the Downtown Tiffin Facebook page.

About Downtown Tiffin

The revitalization of downtown Tiffin began in 2011, when a group of community members came together to for “Tiffin Tomorrow”, with the goal of promoting and encouraging economic development in downtown Tiffin, and creating plans, programs and actions to ensure long-term vitality and prosperity. In 2014, the city of Tiffin contracted with SIEDC to act as the downtown organization and “Tiffin Tomorrow” came under the SIEDC umbrella as the “Downtown Development Committee,” which serves as the governing board of the downtown organization. In 2015, Tiffin joined Heritage Ohio’s Ohio Main Street Program. For more information, click here.