Worthington will strive to have updated infrastructure to meet the needs of existing residents/businesses and future planned development.
We want to have reliable infrastructure that is built for existing development (residential, commercial and industrial) and future planned development. However, funding for infrastructure is directly tied to taxes, which is directly tied to economic development/redevelopment.
- Public participation echoed that roads are well maintained, but issues with water/sanitary sewer/storm sewer, sidewalks and above ground power lines should be addressed.
- There were also discussions on offering city-wide internet.
- Public Survey respondents said infrastructure was the second most important planning element for visioning.
- 52% of respondents felt a connected/walk-able community is also important.
- Have you experienced any issues with Worthington's infrastructure?
- What were/are they?
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