Olentangy River Watershed
The Olentangy River flows 88.5 miles from its headwaters in Crawford and Richland County through Marion and Morrow County into the City of Delaware and ending in Franklin County at its confluence with the Scioto River. The Olentangy River has a drainage area of 536 square miles. Twenty-two miles of the Olentangy were designated a state Scenic River by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources in 1973. The designation runs from the Delaware Dam, north of the City, to the old Wilson Bridge Road in Worthington.

NOW Festival June 10
The fourth annual Northern Olentangy Watershed (NOW) Festival will be held Sat., June 10, 2017 (12-3 pm) at Mingo Park, 500 E. Lincoln Ave., adjacent to the Olentangy River. There will be information booths, food trucks, entertainment, and children’s activities. The event is free & open to the public.

How Can You Protect Our Olentangy River Watershed?
City Watershed Coordinator, Collin Smith can be reached at 740-203-1905.

Drains to River Brochure
Storm Water Quality Implementations Brochure
Pet Waste Removal Flyer

Watershed Newsletters
Summer 2015
Spring 2015
Fall 2015
Winter 2015

Public Utilities Department225 Cherry StreetEmail 740-203-1905