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Olentangy Trail Update about Northmoor Park to Clinton-Como Park

Environmental studies and engineering design for the completion of the Olentangy Trail between Clinton-Como Park and Northmoor Park are nearly finished.

Summaries of public comments and responses on floodplain and construction impacts are now available. 

Floodplain impacts comments and responses summary 
Construction impacts (Section 4f) comments and responses summary 
In addition, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has approved the project’s Categorical Exclusion document


At this time, the project is on schedule for construction to begin in 2024. 

Olentangy Trail Alternative
When complete, this project will close the final gap of the Olentangy Trail and enhance connectivity for thousands of walkers, cyclists and runners.

Olentangy Trail Completion Online Public Meeting - Jan. 21, 2021
The City of Columbus and its partners are evaluating options to complete the Olentangy Trail by connecting Clinton-Como and Northmoor Parks with a dedicated, 0.6 mile shared use path.



The Olentangy Trail offers a seamless route from Worthington to downtown Columbus. This trail winds through several neighborhoods along the Olentangy River, with trailheads at several major city parks, including Antrim Park and Whetstone Park. The path also travels through the heart of the Ohio State University campus.


Worthington Hills Park, Olentangy River Parklands, Antrim Park, Whetstone Park, Northmoor Park, Clinton-Como Park, Tuttle Park (OSU Campus) & Confluence Parkland.


Olentangy Greenway Trail Map (North Section) 

Olentangy Greenway Trail Map (South Section)

Olentangy Waterway Trail Brochure


Olentangy Trail (North Section) - 4 Videos

Olentangy Trail (South Section) - 3 Videos