Johnstown Town Government Facilities Open to the Public in May

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Town of Johnstown Town government facilities will open back up to the public May 3. Town government facilities have been closed to the public since the COVID-19 spike in November in an effort to prioritize the health and safety of residents and staff.

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Johnstown, CO - April 27, 2021 - Town of Johnstown officials have assessed the risk of reopening Town government facilities to the public and have decided to reopen to the public on May 3, 2021. As a result of the number of COVID-19 cases steadily lowering as well as the widespread availability of the vaccine, it has been determined safe to reopen the buildings (see list below) to the public to conduct Town business in-person.

Business hours for reopening to the public are as follows: Monday - Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Upon opening, all Town government buildings will require masks for entrance and be following social distancing guidelines for meetings, services, and other events. For those residents who would like to continue conducting business with the Town remotely as they have been since November - those opportunities will still be available on our website ( or by calling Town Hall. While Town Council meetings have been open to in person attendance since February, the Town will continue to host both in-person and remote access to the meetings for the coming months.

The opening is related to the following Town government facilities:

  • Town Hall, 450 S. Parish Avenue
  • Public Works, 201 S. 1st Place
  • Community Center (Senior Center), 101 Charlotte Street
  • Municipal Court, 450 S. Parish Avenue
  • Police Department Headquarters, 430 S. Parish Avenue
  • Police Substation, 4890 Ronald Reagan Boulevard

For more information about social distancing and mask requirements, contact information, grant and assistance programs, as well as Town news please bookmark the Town’s website

The Town continues to encourage residents to be considerate community members by wearing a mask when in public (if able), washing your hands, and watching your distance from others.



Jamie Desrosier, Communications Manager


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Twitter: @JohnstownColo


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