September 30, 2023
September 30, 2023
Streets of downtown Worthington
September 30, 2023
Service & Engineering Department
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October 14, 2023
The Worthington Farmers Market will take place in historic downtown Worthington April 2, 2022 through December 17, 2022. Organizers are continuing the expanded layout and safety protocols to create a safe shopping experience for visitors and vendors.
City offices, including the Worthington Community Center and Griswold Center will be closed for the Labor Day holiday. Trash collection will shift from Friday to Saturday.
The Worthington City Council meets the first three Mondays of every month, with the exception of the Council recess in August. Follow the information link to download Council agendas, meeting materials and minutes.
Join the Worthington C.A.R.E.S. Coalition for its first Speaker Series of the 2022-23 school year. Dr. GeorgiAnn Diniaco is back to follow-up on her dynamic virtual presentation “Building Resilient Youth.” In this presentation, Dr. Diniaco will give strategies to empower both youth and adults to build resilience and manage change. Registration is required.
Due to the Labor Day holiday, trash, recycling and yard waste collection will move to Saturday this week.
Gather with the Worthington community to commemorate the September 11th terrorist attacks and recognize first responders, volunteers and others who protect our safety and freedoms.
In-person and virtual
The Columbus metro area is second worst to Austin, TX for economic segregation for large metros in the US, while the central Ohio housing shortage becomes more challenging each year. These trends put future success as a region at risk. Join the Building Inclusive Communities initiative for a thought provoking evening with Gene Slater, housing finance expert and author of Freedom to Discriminate: How Realtors Conspired to Segregate Housing and Divide America to learn about the origins of economic segregation. Gene's presentation will be followed by an insightful conversation with local experts about how to reverse economic segregation and improve housing accessibility in neighborhoods and communities.
The Worthington community is invited to attend this inaugural event commemorating Constitution Week (Sept 17-23) and kick-off for America 250! celebrations. The Worthington Chapter, NSDAR, will be hosting a gathering on the historic Worthington Green on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at 3:45 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend and participate in ringing bells.
Trustees of Walnut Grove and Flint Cemeteries invite the public to attend “A Time to Remember” for people to pause to reflect, to rejoice, to mourn, to celebrate, to find comfort, to find healing…to remember the triumphs and tragedies of the past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The September 22 Architectural Review Board & Municipal Planning Commission meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting is scheduled for October 13, 2022.
Worthington residents may drop off yard waste the last Saturday of every month (March to October) between Noon and 3:00 p.m. There are no quantity, size, or bundling restrictions. Please enter the gate at the north end of the Service Building. Residents must show proof of residency.
Join your neighbors and friends for Worthington's Annual Stroll & Roll Event! On Sunday, Sept. 25 from Noon to 2pm the Bike & Pedestrian Advisory Board is hosting a 1.5 mile marked route to walk or ride. There are four stops along the route where adults and children can learn about new facilities, get safety tips and pick up free bike-related giveaway items. Start the route anywhere that is convenient for you, but families or individuals who visit all four sites can turn in a stamped card for a FREE Dairy Queen Dilly Bar.
September Sunday Funday is Oktoberfest! The Worthington Partnership, along with the merchants of Old Worthington, present “Sunday Fundays”. Once a month, from June through November, we will host an afternoon of themed food, entertainment, and specials in our historic district.