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Posted on: February 7, 2020

Vision Worthington Launches Community Engagement Site

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The Worthington Visioning Committee has launched an interactive, online website to engage the community in a year-long visioning process that will result in a resident-driven and community-endorsed Vision for the future of Worthington. The site is located at www.visionworthington.org

Tools and information include:

  • Interactive polls and surveys
  • Open discussion forums
  • Map your location
  • Tell YOUR Worthington story
  • Q&A opportunities
  • Public event/meeting information
  • Fast facts and FAQs about Worthington and visioning
  • Information and updates on the progress of the committee

Residents will be prompted to register on the site to participate in most interactive tools. This will ensure each Worthington resident has an equal voice online. It will also allow the Visioning Committee to send information directly to those who request it and allow the Committee to filter feedback by select demographics as needed. Residents can participate through an anonymous username once registered.

"The visioning process is a learning experience for the community where residents can identify distinct attributes to celebrate and specific challenges to solve together," commented Joe Sherman, Vision Worthington chair. "This community engagement platform will be an important component of this process, so we encourage residents to regularly visit and participate at the site."

In addition to the online community engagement site, several community events will also be held through 2020 to gain resident input and perspectives. These events will be promoted on the engagement site as well as through City of Worthington news and social media channels.

Visioning will help residents collectively describe a future Worthington where people want to live, work, visit and invest. The resulting Vision will be a well-grounded, written articulation of the community’s aspirations that community leaders will use for strategic planning and long-term decision making.

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