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Government

  1. Johnstown Community YMCA Groundbreaking Ceremony Scheduled

    The groundbreaking ceremony of the Johnstown Community YMCA is scheduled for Saturday, November 10 at 10 a.m. at Town Hall, 450 S. Parish Avenue. All are welcome to attend. Read on...
  2. Vacancies on Planning and Zoning Commission

    The Town is seeking residents to fill vacancies on the Planning and Zoning Commission. The Planning and Zoning Commission provides recommendations to the Town Council regarding land use and development matters throughout the Town. Read on...
  3. Town of Johnstown Seeking Public Works Director

    The Town is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Public Works Director. This position plans, directs, manages and oversees the activities and operations of the Public Works Department including administration, engineering coordination, Read on...
  4. Town Council Approves Employment Agreement for Interim Town Manager

    During the October 15th Town Council meeting, Matthew LeCerf of Frederick, CO, was approved as Interim Town Manager with an employment agreement term lasting six months. The agreement provides that LeCerf will be employed by the Town as the Interim Town Read on...
  5. Job Announcement: Street/Parks Department

    The Town of Johnstown is seeking a qualified individual to fill the Street/Parks Operator position. The individual will perform a variety of duties associated with the maintenance of streets, parks and equipment. Required: High school education/GED and Read on...
  6. Welcome to the Town of Johnstown, the "Community That Cares." Johnstown is a great place to live, work and play, and we are glad you've decided this will be your new home. Provided below is a link to important resources that will assist you in settling here. Please don't ever hesitate to call Town Hall with any questions you may have. We look forward to you joining our community!

    New Resident Resources
  7. Downtown Master Plan

    The need for the Johnstown Downtown Improvements Master Plan arose out of the Johnstown Area Comprehensive Plan update that was adopted in 2006. The Plan stressed the need to enhance and expand the civic and commercial core of Johnstown in preparation for, and in conjunction with, the growth of the Town. With the growth along I-25 and SH34, downtown Johnstown has begun to experience pressure from new commercial and retail developments. In addition, a shortage of entertainment alternatives, parking concerns, the lack of a cohesive downtown image and lack of public amenities led to the desire for a downtown improvements plan. To address these and other issues, the Downtown Improvements Master Plan was undertaken to develop both a comprehensive vision and a series of strategic projects. The master plan will assist with coordinating public and private investments, and guide the type and location of future improvements within the downtown. Click to read more...

    Downtown Design Guidelines

    Johnstown, Colorado was settled in the 1860s, growing during the late 19th and early 20th centuries into a regional market community to serve the surrounding local agricultural area.

    During this period, a two-block area of Parish Avenue became the commercial and mercantile heart of the growing town, a collection of one- and two-story masonry, wood and stone buildings of historical and architectural significance, worthy of preservation. The Town of Johnstown recognizes that its downtown contains the historic character and charm to remain the heart of the community into the 21st century. A task force was created to guide a downtown master planning and streetscape design process led by Earen Russell of EDAW, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado. As part of this master planning, the Town Council commissioned the creation of this Downtown Design Guidelines manual in 2008 to assist property owners, developers and residents in preserving and enhancing this irreplaceable community asset - it's historic downtown. Click to read more....

 

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