Did you know that your Johnstown water/sewer bill can be set up to come out of a checking or savings account automatically?  You will still receive your bill so the amount is not a surprise and an ACH debit will take the payment out every month on the due date!

Complete the ACH Debit authorization and return it to the Water billing office with a voided check.  599 S. Main Street or call 740-967-3177 with any questions.


Proposed Western Licking County Accord

WLCA Overview
WCLA Additional FAQs June 2017
WLCA Planning Teams
WLCA Survey Results
WLC Accord Presentation Summary
WLCA Accord Participating Jurisdictions


Hopewell Credit Union Coming Soon

Hopewell credit uniion

Sign up now to view your water & sewer bills online

Too much paper?? Want your bill instantly? Sign up now to receive your water & sewer bill by email!  Sign up and choose to receive email alerts OR to keep getting a paper bill- either way you register, you will be able to pull up your bill online and have access to a full year of billing history.  Register at the following link or call the office at 740-967-3177 and we will help you through it.

Link to create your account


Oregon Elementary students say Pledge of Allegiance on NBC4

Tune in or set your DVRs to NBC4 to view students from Oregon Elementary saying the Pledge of Allegiance on air during the morning show.

November 24, 2015:  Mrs. Clark’s 2nd Grade
December 1, 2015:  Mrs. Housler’s 1st Grade
December 15, 2015:  Mrs. Derenberger’s 3rd Grade
January 5, 2016:  Mrs. Sammons’ 2nd Grade
January 12, 2016  Mrs. Link’s 1st Grade
January 26, 2016  Mrs. Garrity’s 3rd Grade

What you need to know about RADON

Licking County has the highest radon levels in Ohio. Radon test results performed by Licking County homeowners indicated nearly three out of four homes have radon levels above the EPA action level of 4.0 pCi/L. For this reason, the Health Department has obtained a federal matching grant to provide radon education and free test kits to county residents. The LCHD has two Certified Radon Testers on staff.

Radon is a naturally occurring, invisible, odorless gas that is harmlessly dispersed in outdoor air; but when trapped in buildings, can be harmful at elevated levels. The USEPA has determined that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S., second to smoking. However, because you can’t see or smell radon, people tend to minimize the health effects and ignore the possibility it might exist in elevated levels in their homes.

You can have a free radon test kit mailed to your home BY CLICKING HERE.

Helpful radon links:

Planning & Zoning meeting Nov 18, 2015 is cancelled

The Planning and Zoning meeting for November 18, 2015 has been cancelled.  The next meeting will be on December 2, 2015

Congratulations to our Elected Council members for 2016; Cheryl Robertson, Ben Lee, Lewis Main

Congratulations to our elected Council members for 2016!  Incumbent Cheryl Robertson and newly elected Ben Lee and Lewie Main will join the Johnstown Village Council in January 2016.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Seeking applicants for 2016 Planning and Zoning Board


Johnstown Village Council is accepting letters of interest for two open seats on the Planning and Zoning Commission that begin in January 2016 and expire December 2019. Letters will be accepted by the Clerk of Council by noon on November 30, 2015.

Any current Village resident may forward their letter by email to

in person or by mail to the following address:

Clerk of Council
P.O. Box 457
599 South Main St.
Johnstown, Oh 43031

P&Z Oct. 21 meeting cancelled

The Planning & Zoning

Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, October 21, 2015 has been cancelled.

The next meeting will be held November 4, 2015

6:30 pm