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Help families in need this holiday season by donating toys and gifts to the Firefighters for Kids drive and food to benefit the Worthington Food Pantry. The drive-thru drop-off for toys, gifts and food is Saturday, December 11 from 8am to 3pm at the Worth...
COVID-19 booster shots are now recommended and readily available for all adults 18 and over. The CDC recommends everyone 5 and older get a vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Find your vaccine and booster location and more information here.
Worthington has a supply of free take-home COVID-19 test kits available for pick up at the Worthington Community Center.
It's time to throw away your bad recycling habits, Worthington! We are partnering with SWACO to help you Recycle Right. Look for helpful tips to be shared on our social media platforms and register for the upcoming Recycle Right Webinar ...
Do you have a neighbor who volunteers to help others and makes Worthington a better place to live? Please nominate them for the 2021 Good Neighbor Award. This year nominations will be accepted in both adult and youth categories.
As public health continues to be threatened by a resurgence in cases of COVID-19, the City of Worthington has joined other central Ohio communities in instituting an indoor mask requirement, which applies regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status.
Worthington is in the middle of budget season, the time of year when City leaders consider expenditures and revenues for the upcoming year. We are committed to making the City’s finances and financial plans readily accessible and easy to underst...
Weekly curbside leaf collection continues through the first week of December in the City of Worthington. The final day to rake leaves to the curb will be December 5th. Crews will begin their final pass on December 6th.
Join the City of Worthington team! Explore job openings in our Parks & Recreation and Service & Engineering Departments.
Work is underway at McCord Park to update one of our largest and most used green spaces and community assets. Improvements include a new playground, new reservable shelters, a train observation area, a multi-use trail and multi-purpose field expansion.
You shared your perspectives, and together we've brought a vision of Worthington's future into focus. Listen as your neighbors reflect on what our new vision statements mean to their lives and families. Learn more about the visions and guiding principles.
The City occasionally receives questions about nuisance and stray animals or pests. While the City does not provide animal control services, we do provide resources and information to help if animals or pests become a nuisance or health concern.
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.
City of Worthington residents are invited to sit back, relax and take in a Worthington City Council meeting from the comfort of their own homes. City Council meetings are now being live streamed on the City’s website, making it easy for anyone to check in...