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We invite you to hear from business leaders who are proud to call Worthington home. More than 2,000 small, regional, national and international companies call Worthington home. Find here what hundreds of other CEO's, company presidents, businesses owners and site selectors found: for location, market access, skilled workers and a business-supporting community and government, Worthington is your choice for success.
The earliest planned community in Ohio, Worthington was settled in 1803. Early leaders purchased 16,000 acres of land and planned the layout for the village. Worthington was platted as a New England-type village around a central public square, which was designated for religious and educational purposes, as well as a spot for community gatherings. This area remains today as our Village Green and still maintains the values of Worthington’s founders, while also anchoring one of Central Ohio’s most iconic downtown historic districts.
Today Worthington remains committed to thoughtful planning and development. As a mature community, the focus is on planned redevelopment of existing properties and land. Worthington includes a mix of unique retail establishments and restaurants in our historic Old Worthington district, office and professional businesses in the Wilson Bridge Road and High Street corridors, and industrial and office in our Huntley Road corridor.
For more information, please email Economic Development Manager David McCorkle or by phone at 614-436-4518