Worthington News

Road closures, parking information

The city of Worthington lists street closures and parking restrictions that will be in effect during Market Day, which will run from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, in historic downtown Worthington.

The street closing and detours are as follows:

High Street, from Granville Road to South Street, will be closed to all traffic from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

The traffic detour for southbound traffic is High Street to west on state Route 161, south on Evening Street, east on West South Street and south on High Street.

The traffic detour for northbound traffic is High Street to east on East South Street; north on Hartford Street; west on state Route 161 and north on High Street.

To maintain access for emergency vehicles and facilitate traffic movement, some streets will have temporary "No Parking" signs posted beginning Friday evening, Sept. 28. The signs will be removed and parking restrictions lifted following the Market Day celebration at approximately 6:30 p.m.

The streets to be posted as temporary no-parking areas are as follows:

High Street, from Granville Road to South Street.

East Stafford Avenue, on the north side only, from High Street to Hartford Street.

Hartford Street, from North Street to South Street.

Morning Street, from Granville Road to South Street.

East New England Avenue, from High Street to Plymouth Street.

Oxford Street, from Granville Road to South Street.

Evening Street, from Granville Road to South Street.

South Street, from Morning Street to Evening Street.

West North Street, from High Street to Evening Street.

West New England Avenue, on the south side only, from Evening Street to Sinsbury Drive.

West New England Avenue, on the north side only, from Oxford Street to Evening Street.

Farrington Drive, on the west side only, from Dublin-Granville Road to Sinsbury Drive.

Sinsbury Drive, on the south and west sides only.

For more information, call the city's service department at 614-431-2425 or the Worthington Police Department at 614-885-4463.

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