Take a deep dive into Johnstown water; where it comes from, what requirements are on developers, and work happening to improve our water system now and into the future! These 3 Johnstown Water parts originally appeared in the Town's Monthly newsletter for May, June, and July
On July 18, Town Council passed a resolution implementing Level 2 outdoor water restrictions, requiring that homes limit outdoor watering to every other day based on house number. Additionally, homes will be tasked with watering either in the morning from 12am-10am or in the evening from 6pm-11:59pm. The goal of this watering schedule is not to prevent irrigation, but to be more purposeful with the demand on water so that the water tanks have time to refill for continued use for the entire community.
Law Enforcement Officers in Johnstown to Reward Local Kids for Good Behavior with Free 7-Eleven Slurpee® Drink Coupons
There was a malfunction of the Clearview Subdivision tornado siren at the morning of June 22, 2022. The malfunction was brought to the attention of the Police Department and Public Works Department and Public Works worked quickly to turn the siren off. Public Works will assess the issue and repair as needed.
Please make sure that you are prepared for severe weather and not reliant on outdoor alert systems (tornado sirens) to notify you of incoming dangerous or severe weather. The resources below can help you be more informed about severe weather issues coming to our area.
The Town of Johnstown has hired its first ever Assistant Town Manager. Mitzi McCoy will start with the Town as Town Manager on June 6 2022 and is already a dedicated Johnstown staff member. This position will join Town administrative leadership in delivering a high level of public service.
There is a full closure of CR46.5 from CR17 to CR19 that will start on June 6, 2022 and last until June 13, 2022. Alternate route is expected for travelers moving east or west.
There is a full closure of CR46.5 (the road just south of the Johnstown Community YMCA) from CR17/Parish to CR19. Vehicles will not be able to move east or west on CR46.5 during this closure. Vehicle traffic should travel along HWY 60 east or west and connect to CR17 or CR19 at the appropriate place.
New light pole banners honoring Johnstown’s past and present service members of the US Armed Forces were hung in Historic Downtown Johnstown and at the 2534 Johnstown Plaza area the week before Memorial Day. These banners, placed along Parish Ave, Charlotte St., Thompson Parkway, and Ronald Reagan Blvd, will be up around Town until Veteran’s Day.
Mayor Gary Lebsack, and Town Council, proclaim May 1-7 as Public Service Recognition Week and call upon all residents to recognize and express their appreciation for the important contributions of public employees and community volunteers throughout the Town and around the world.
There will be after-hours (later than 5pm) road work happening on the evening of April 29, 2022 for final saw cuts into the new alley concrete. Work will end prior to 9pm.