Street & Sidewalk Maintenance Program
Work is underway to improve Worthington's streets, sidewalks and parking lots this summer as part of the Street and Sidewalk Maintenance Program. Downtown parking lots have already been repaved and crews will be working to make repairs on neighborhood streets and sidewalks throughout the City over the next several weeks.
The Street & Sidewalk Maintenance Program consists of infrastructure improvements and maintenance to various streets throughout the city based on a prioritized analysis of the city's street system. Work typically includes curb & gutter repair, asphalt overlay, asphalt patching, and miscellaneous concrete repairs. Asphalt rejuvenation occurs a year or two after renovation (mill & overlay) to extend the long-term life of the street. The project includes the repair of sidewalks that do not meet standards for safety and condition. Repair costs for sidewalks adjacent to private property are paid by respective property owners.
Infrastructure Improvement Projects
West Wilson Bridge Road Bridge Rehabilitation and Closure
September 1, 2023 - Just in time for the Labor Day weekend! The West Wilson Bridge Road Bridge over SR-315 and the Olentangy River is NOW OPEN!
Reconstruction and realignment of the intersections of East Wilson Bridge, Worthington Galena, and Huntley Roads.
Arterial Resurfacing Projects
The Department of Service and Engineering designs and handles all aspects of a yearly arterial resurfacing program funded in part by the state license tax. This project typically includes the rehabilitation of all or a portion of an arterial street such as High St, Dublin-Granville Rd, Huntley Rd, Wilson Bridge Rd, Linworth Rd, Snouffer Rd, Olentangy River Rd and Schrock Rd. This project includes curb and gutter and sidewalk repairs, construction of ADA compliant curb ramps, the installation of a new asphalt surface and striping.