Located in Franklin County, Worthington is a northern suburb of Columbus with a population of roughly 14,000 and was founded in 1803. It is at the juncture of U.S. State Routes 23 and 161 making for an ideal locale to have easy access to all destinations.
Worthington was among one of the first planned communities which was a great mix of retail, residential and education – all bundled into a small town package with the conveniences of nearby Columbus. The quaint aesthetics of Worthington can be seen from its brick sidewalks to the central village green where many of the areas retail dwellings and churches line the streets. As traditions continue over the years people still congregate on the village green and stroll the downtown streets today as they did historically in the past.