For the 29th year, Worthington has been named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation to honor this community’s commitment to the urban forest. To become a Tree City USA, a community must meet four standards:
- Have a tree advisory board or department
- Have a tree care ordinance
- Have a comprehensive urban forestry program
- Hold an Arbor Day observance
The City of Worthington is encouraging all citizens to plant trees, to improve the quality of the environment and enrich the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
Street Tree Program
The City of Worthington offers City residents the opportunity to purchase trees for planting along the street right of way in front of their homes, usually between the street and sidewalk, at half the price they would pay purchasing their tree at a nursery or plant store.
Memorial Tree Program
Trees and other memorial gifts can be donated through the Worthington Parks Improvement Program.
Village Green Walking Tour
Take a self-guided walking tour of the Village Green. This guide includes a map of all the trees on the village green. Each tree is given a number to help you locate its description in the guide.
City Tree Maintenance
Information about who maintains the City's treelawn and right-of-way trees in the community.
Tips and Best Practices for Healthy Trees
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry provides helpful information for you to care and nurture your trees.
Arbor Advisory Committee
The mission of the Worthington Arbor Advisory Committee is to enhance the quality and longevity of Worthington's public landscape with trees being the priority.
Contact a City Arborist
The City of Worthington has arborists on staff who can help answer your questions about tree-related issues on City and private property.