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Applications are now available for the 2023 City of Worthington Community Grant Program to assist non-profit organizations in the accomplishment of projects or programs in Worthington that provide wide community benefit.
Many City of Worthington public meetings are live-streamed so people can tune in, watch and participate from the comfort of their homes. Stay informed and engaged with your City government here.
When winter weather hits Worthington, you can count on the Service & Engineering Department's quick response Snow Policy. To make streets as safe and clear as possible for those who live, work and travel through Worthington, servi...
In response to community concerns about the deer population in Worthington, City Council adopted an ordinance prohibiting the intentional feeding of deer. Find out what you need to know including answers to frequently asked questions.
The City of Worthington is committed to taking action, educating, and participating in a thoughtful dialogue with the community as we all work to address and eradicate racism and inequity.
Be prepared in case of emergency. Sign up for the City's emergency notification system, ALERT Franklin County. In addition to severe weather alerts, you can sign up to be notified about Worthington specific emergencies and alerts.
Learn more about the business development and infrastructure projects taking place currently in the City of Worthington.
Worthington community partners are working together on the Age-Friendly Initiative to create and showcase community features and programs that impact the well-being of older adults and help make communities more livable for everyone.
The Worthington International Friendship Association (WIFA) fosters intercultural friendships through special events, delegation exchanges, and educational programming. The Cities of Worthington and Sayama, Japan have been sister-cities ...
Worthington Neighborhood Bridges is helping connect people in need with community members who can fulfill those needs. Through the online platform, advocates post needs on behalf of individuals, whose identities are kept confidential, and partner agencies...
Do you know when to call 911, when to call the non-emergency number, or when not to call at all? Learn more about what you need to know before calling the police.
The way a person looks, or if they are unfamiliar to you, does not make them suspicious. Behavior or activity can be suspicious, but people are not. This awareness can reduce bias and help emergency dispatchers evaluate the appropriate response.
A special training meeting of the Worthington Architectural Review Board, Municipal Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, and City Council will be held on Thursday, February 9, 2023 at 6:00 pm at the Worthington Planning and Building Department, 3...
Worthington City Council will hold a special meeting on Monday, February 6, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. in the Louis J.R. Goorey Municipal Building, 6550 North High Street. The mee...
Worthington City Council passed the following ordinances at its Regular Meeting held on Tuesday, January 17, 2023:
Ordinance No. 47-2022
Amending Ordinance No. 39-2022 (As Amended) to Adjust the Annual Budget by Pro...
In accordance with Worthington Code Section 109.05, the City Clerk hereby gives notice of regular meetings as follows:
Municipal Administration Building, 6550 North High Street, Council Chambers: