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VILLAGE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Police Department

The Village of Johnstown Police Department is accepting applications for Part-time Police Officer, Auxiliary Police Officer and Part-time Police Dispatcher.  Officer applicants must be certified by OPATA or have a current commission.

Please return completed applications in person to the Johnstown Police Department at 599 South Main Street Johnstown, Ohio 43031

Police Officer Auxiliary, Application Letter, Employment Application

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Free Municipal Tax Prep assistance

REGIONAL INCOME TAX AGENCY (RITA) OFFERS TAX PAYER ASSISTANCE

Need help preparing your Johnstown tax return??  RITA is available to assist you free of charge at the Worthington office

760 Lakeview Plaza Blvd
Suite 400
Worthington, Ohio 43085

Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm
or
Following Saturndays 8 am to 12 noon

March 7, 2015
March 14, 2015
March 21, 2015
March 28, 2015

No appointment is necessary however, assistance is on a first come, first serve basis and wait times may vary; please plan for such a possibility.

Follow this link for further details

 

 

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Shelter House reservations now accepted for 2015

The Shelter house is now available for reservations in blocks per day.

10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.  -  $50.00

3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.    – $50.00

10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.  -  $75.00

Please call the Village offices at 740-967-3177 with questions and to check calendar availability

To reserve, complete the forms below and return with payment

Village facility use policy
Application for use of facilities

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Moody’s Investor Services assigns MIG 1 to Johnstown, OH’s $1.25M Street Improvement GOLT BANs, Series 2014

As part of the Village’s Transportation Asset Management Plan, the Village will be issuing $2.5MM in future debt to finance the reconstruction of Concord Road, W. Jersey Street and S. Kasson Street as well as institute a pavement preservation plan. The first step in securing the debt was to be rated by Moody’s Investor Service. The past three years the Village has cut expenditures which has resulted in increased general fund balance. The increase in general fund balance was a factor in the Village receiving the highest rating (MIG 1) for our Bond Anticipation Notes (BAN). This designation denotes best quality. There is present strong protection by established cash flows, superior liquidity support or demonstrated broad-based access to the market for refinancing.

Contact:
Jim Lenner
Village Manager
740-967-3177
jlenner@johnstownohio.org

https://www.moodys.com/research/Moodys-assigns-MIG-1-to-Johnstown-OHs-125M-Street-Improvement–PR_309189?WT.mc_id=AM%7EWWFob29fRmluYW5jZTQyX1NCX1JhdGluZyBOZXdzX0FsbF9Fbmc%3D%7E20140923_PR_309189

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Roadway Seal Update

Roadway Seal Update – The sealing of the roadways that was planned for Leafy Dell, Concord Crossing, Concord Crossing East and Rolling Meadows has been postponed due to the delays in pavement repair. We do not have a revised schedule at this time. Residents will be notified by door hanger once a schedule is determined. There is still restriction on on-street parking so that the cracks can be repaired.

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Deadline extended: VILLAGE INITIATES COMPRENSIVE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE REVISION

VILLAGE INITIATES COMPRENSIVE ZONING AND SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE REVISION

About the Zoning Code Revision -The Village of Johnstown Zoning Code Revision is a collaborative process that will revise village-wide zoning regulations to shape future growth and help realize the community’s vision for the future – a safe, beautiful, vibrant and livable community with a robust local economy. Johnstown’s original zoning code was adopted in 1983 with no compressive revision since.

What is the Zoning Code and why is it important? The Zoning Code is one of the most influential policy documents to shape the future of the Village of Johnstown. It will build upon the foundation of the 2006 and 2012 Strategic Plan and other prior planning endeavors.

How long will the Zoning Code Revision take? The Zoning Code Rewrite will be a yearlong process.

How can I get involved? There will be many ways to be involved. The Village is currently accepting letters of interest from any Village resident or business owner/operator. Letters of interest can be emailed to Teresa Monroe (tmonroe@johnstownohio.org) or by mail to Teresa Monroe, Clerk of Council at 599 S. Main Street, PO Box 457, Johnstown, Ohio 43031. The original deadline has been extended and letters must be received by October 3rd, 2014 at 1:00pm.

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Water Bills have a a new look!

Be on the lookout for your September water bill, it will have a new look!  Starting in September, your new water/sewer bill will arrive in a full size window envelope and contain a full page invoice that will be easier to read, give you more information, and have a return envelope for your payment convenience.

If you have any questions regarding your new bill please call the Village offices at 740-967-3177

 

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Public Notice: Hydrant flushing

Annual Hydrant Flushing Schedule for 2014

 

The Village of Johnstown Water Department will be flushing hydrants weekdays between the hours of 7am to 5pm through the month of September. 

 Hydrant flushing is an important preventative maintenance procedure that helps us to ensure that our hydrants are working properly and to remove accumulated sediment in the water mains.  Residents may notice lower than normal pressure, air in the lines or slight discoloration of water.  If you experience some discolored water, let the cold water tap run for a few minutes and it should clear up.

 

If a problem continues please call Patti Barlitt at 740-967-1139.

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Special Council Meeting scheduled

Mayor Staneart has called for a Special Council meeting to be held on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.  The regular Council meeting scheduled for July 1st, 2014 has been cancelled.

Village Council meetings take place in Village Council chambers 599 South Main Street

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Our Village Manager in the News!

jim.lenner.flagVillage Manager Jim Lenner helps get the word out about Johnstown, Ohio through his various networking efforts. Read the articles below to see how he helps represent and promote our community.

Faces of the Future (American City and County)

Emerging Local Government Leaders (Knope of the Week: Jim Lenner, Village of Johnstown, Village Manager)

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