Community Relations Commission
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, the Martin Luther King Community Celebration, and many other programs of community interest. Community members are encouraged to get involved by volunteering with the CRC on one of its working groups focusing on Age-Friendly, Youth, and Racial Justice initiatives.
Recent CRC Programs and Initiatives
- The Worthington Libraries in partnership with the City of Worthington, Worthington Community Relations Commission, Worthington Historical Society, Worthington Schools, and Erase the Space are excited to host Undesign the Redline here in Worthington
- The City of Worthington is a sponsor of the Building Inclusive Communities Initiative
- The Worthington CRC created this list of anti-racism resources to help our community understand and learn about race and the latest guidance on how to become an anti-racist.
- This Week News special column: Worthington has avenues of support for people in crisis
- Community partners join together to send a message: recent attempts to spread hateful and racist messages will not be tolerated. By working together and supporting each other we will build a safer, more inclusive community that embraces all people.
For more information, contact staff liaison Management Assistant/Special Projects Coordinator Ethan Barnhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-786-7347.
- 7:00 pm
- First Tuesday of each month
- Worthington Municipal Building
6550 N. High St.
Worthington, OH 43085
- Eddie Pauline, Chair
- Glennon Sweeney, Vice-Chair
- Nick Linkenhoker
- Beth Mirmelstein
- Darnell Perkins
- Maria Ramirez
- Ethan Barnhardt, Staff Liaison