Worthington Ohio real estate


In Worthington... What Do THOSE Blue Signs Mean?

Worthington Ohio  A hearing regarding this property will be held "What do the blue signs mean in Worthington?" 

 It means the owner of the home would like to make a change to the home and there will be a hearing about that change. 

If you read a sign it tells you exactly what it means. The blue signs in Worthington tell you

When the hearing is ...

Where the hearing is...

"What do the blue signs mean in Old Worthington?"


Old Worthington home blue sign

Once during an open house in Worthington I had four people riding bikes stop by to look at the house and to ask about the blue signs they saw as they were riding around Worthington.  I am not sure whether they called them blue signs...  or how I came to  understand they were asking about that process for homeowners in the City of Worthington but they were asking "What do the blue signs mean in Old Worthington?" since that was where they were riding bikes primarily.  Old Worthington is in the architectural revlew area of the City of Worthington.

You can attend the hearing.

You can often read about the hearings in the 'This Week Worthington.'  I love reading those articles.  We had a blue sign in front of our office recently. When new buildings are proposed, such as the CVS and the J. Liu restaurant the conversations at the hearings make for interesting reading.

In Old Worthington and the Architectural Review Area of the City of Worthington you see the blue signs often. 

Visit the Worthington.org site for much more detail about what the blue signs mean.

The Village of Riverlea has green and white signs that serve the same purpose.


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Comment balloon 0 commentsMaureen McCabe • January 10 2011 04:51PM