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HA5 Pavement Program for N. Greeley and Carlson Blvd. September 12

Parts of North Greeley and Carlson Blvd are being included in the current HA5 Pavement Management Project. Please see the images below for the areas. Similarly to the project in Thompson River Ranch and Thompson Crossing, each section of the road will be closed for 24 hours during the work. 

Work on the HA5 Pavement Treatment project in TRR and TC will begin August 30 and last until September 15 (pending any significant weather). Each section of road in the designated will be closed for no more than 24 hours. 

Dates Available for HA5 Pavement Program: Thompson River Ranch and Thompson Crossing

Work on the HA5 Pavement Treatment project will begin August 30 and last until September 15 (pending any significant weather). Each section of road in the designated Thompson River Ranch and Thompson Crossing area will be closed for no more than 24 hours. 

To see the road work maps and dates, please click here and scroll to the bottom. 

Residents can sign up for text message alerts related to the project and weather delays by texting ROAD to 77222.

HA5 Pavement Management Program Coming to Johnstown

As part of the Town’s Pavement Management Program, roads throughout the Town are continually assessed for treatment and rehabilitation. The Town has identified roadways in the Thompson River Ranch and Thompson Crossing neighborhoods for the most immediate upcoming treatment in an effort to maintain the road usability and aesthetic. Johnstown is working with the contractor, Andale Construction, to apply  HA5 high density mineral bond to lengthen the life of the existing asphalt road. During this process, your road will need to be closed overnight.

Pioneer Ridge Water Service Interruption - Aug. 16

As of 12:53pm, water service has been restored. 

August 16, 2021 - Johnstown, CO - The Pioneer Ridge neighborhood area is currently experiencing an interruption in their water service. The Town is aware of the service disruption and water pressure issues and Public Works and water maintenance personnel are on scene working rapidly to fix the issue. 

Public Works is specifically working at the pump station to return water pressure to the neighborhood and Town interconnects have been turned on to further help mitigate the issue. 

New Garbage and Recycling Service Provider for Johnstown Residents

The contract with the Town’s current waste service provider (Waste Management) ends on September 1, 2021 and after processing a Request for Proposals this summer, the Town has decided to contract with Waste Connections for future garbage and recycling services. All households can expect garbage and recycling pickup to continue on Mondays with Waste Connections.