Mayor Gary Lebsack, and Town Council, proclaim November 11 to be Veterans Day and encourage all residents to observe the day and appreciate the sacrifices of veterans.
At the Town Council Meeting on Monday night, the Town Council approved $15,000 worth of financial support to three local food pantries. Council has been active in finding ways to support local businesses and Johnstown residents throughout the pandemic. Supporting local food pantries provides greater resources to the area.
Town of Johnstown Officials note that there are no plans to implement evacuation measures regarding information related to the Johnstown Reservoir dam. Further, the dam structure is not at risk of collapse and residents are not currently at risk of flooding.
Clean Up Day on September 26 has been canceled and changed into a voucher program for this year. In an effort to continue to prioritize the safety of community members and Town employees, Johnstown will provide residents with vouchers for use at the Larimer County Landfill.
Council Member Amy Tallent has been honored as a 2020 BizWest Woman of Distinction.
An extremely hard decision has been made by Town officials in determining to postpone the Grand Opening event to late spring 2021. This decision follows the Governor’s recent Statewide fire ban and an increased concern regarding COVID-19 as schools reopen.
In keeping with the 2016 Water System Master Plan, your town leadership is implementing important improvements to the Johnstown water system by installing a new water tank and pipeline that will connect at the southeast corner of Stroh Farms through Weld County Road 13 and Highway 60.
The Johnstown Community YMCA has been open in a limited capacity since May. Now Johnstown can really celebrate this hub of community and health at the Grand Opening on August 29, 2020
The Town of Johnstown Town Council has changed the Small Business Micro Grant Program eligibility so that the program is able to help more local businesses through the effects of COVID-19
The Town of Johnstown is implementing, for the first time, a watering schedule for residents. Odd numbered homes are asked to water from 10pm-12:30am. Even numbered homes are asked to water from 3am-5:30am. Effective immediately.