Community Relations Commission

CRC Programs & Services


The Community Relations Commission (CRC) works to promote an atmosphere of mutual understanding and cooperation among all members of the Worthington community. The Commission acts in an advisory capacity to Worthington City Council on community issues related to fair and equal treatment for all persons. The CRC annually sponsors the Good Neighbor Award, the Neighborhood Grant Program, and the Martin Luther King Community Celebration and many other programs of community interest. For more information, contact staff liaison Lori Trego by email or by phone at 614-854-7171.

Age Friendly Communities Presentation


Tuesday, September 4th -- 7:00 p.m. at the Griswold Center, 777 High Street
Join the Worthington Community Relations Commission for a special presentation on Age Friendly Franklin County – and a discussion of plans for an Age Friendly Worthington. Katie White, Executive Director of Age Friendly Communities, will present information on activities and plans for Age Friendly communities in Columbus and Franklin County. Information will also be provided on how Worthington and Worthington residents could become involved in age friendly efforts.

The Community Relations Commission will hold their regular monthly meeting at approximately 8:00 p.m., following this special presentation.
 


Past Programs


Understanding Metropolitan Neighborhood Change - Implications for Worthington - 2/15/2017
Handout/Additional information - 2/15/2017
  

Meetings

  • 7:00 pm
  • First Tuesday of each month
  • Worthington Municipal Building
    6550 N. High St.
    Worthington, OH 43085

Members


  • Jack Miner, Chair
  • Angela Courtwright Mahaffey, Vice-Chair
  • Nick Linkenhoker
  • Maria Miller
  • Shawn Hamzee
  • Glennon Sweeney
  • Eddie Pauline
  • Tom Burns
  • Lori Trego, Staff