If you are researching your home and want information on the plat for your neighborhood, there are two sources that
may be helpful.
Worthington City Engineer's Office has a searchable database at www.worthington.org > Departments > Engineering > Engineering Planning & Services > Record Plans > Record Plan Search > Street name > plats. (CLICK HERE). This includes all subdivisions within the Worthington city limits. Plats are in tif format which you can save, copy, print, or email. The engineers' office uses them for water and sewer records so they are kept up to date. Very convenient!
Worthington Neighborhoods by Jennie McCormick, was published by the Worthington
Historical Society culminating a 50th anniversary series of articles in our monthly newsletter in 2005. It offers plat map and a narrative description of the 23 neighborhoods listed below. It also has photos
representative of homes in these areas and a listing of all Worthington neighborhoods in 2005 together with their date, plat map volume and page, and a description of their location.
This book is available in the society gift shop, the society library, and the Worthington and
Columbus libraries. Questions about this book or requests for a digital copy of the narrative describing the key historic feature should contact firstname.lastname@example.org For each neighborhood requested, send check for $2 to Worthington Historical Society, 50 W. New England Ave., Worthington, OH 43085. We are not able to process credit or debit cards.