UPDATE: Water Boil Alert Lifted

The boil alert that affected residents on E. Jersey Street has been lifted as of 11:20 am on Friday October 25, 2013.    For any further information,  you may call the Village offices at 967-3177

Congratulations to new Council member Mr. Robert Orsini

Bob Orsini has been appointed to Village Council and the vacant seat left by Kevin Riffe.  Mr. Orsini will serve out the unexpired term until December 31, 2015.


Bob Orsini

Letters of Interest Now Being Accepted for Council Seat

The Village of Johnstown is accepting letters of interest for a vacant Council seat that expires December 31, 2015. Letters will be accepted by the Clerk of Council until noon on October 11, 2013. Any current Village resident may forward their letter by email to ; in person; or by mail to the following address:

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


Interviews will be scheduled for the evening of October 15th

Engraved Bricks Pave the Way for U.S. Veterans

Brick press release

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Brick Order Form – Credit card

US 62 to Close Temporarily for Bridge Replacement

For Immediate Release

July 1, 2013
In Franklin County
The following work is planned in the Franklin County area on the specified dates and times. All work is weather dependent; it may be postponed or cancelled without prior notice.
US 62 to Close Temporarily for Bridge Replacement
US Route 62 (Northeast Side) – (NEW) US 62 will close Monday, July 8 between Tippet Road and Walnut Street in New Albany for 45 days. The closure is necessary to replace the bridge over Blacklick Creek in Franklin County.
The signed detour will be US 62 to SR 37 to SR 310 to SR 161 to US 62 or reverse.
Per contract, the work must be completed and the road open in 45 days. There is $2,000 a day disincentive that the contractor must pay if the road is not open in the specified time.
There is another ODOT project that also begins on US Route 62 on July 8. This project will resurface 10 miles of US 62 from the Franklin/Licking County Line through Johnstown.
During the resurfacing work, one-lane of two-way traffic will be maintained on US 62 from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For up-to-date traffic information, construction information and road conditions, 24-hours a day, visit

Recycling bins are available at the Village offices

Recycling bins are available for Johnstown Village residents at Johnstown Village offices located at 599 South Main St.

Flag Replacement Program

Flag Replacement Program

As you are displaying a U.S. flag at your home or business in Johnstown, you may possibly wish to take advantage of the “Flag Replacement Program” jointly offered by the Village of Johnstown and American Legion Post 254. At your request, American Legion Post 254 will provide a new flag to you for their cost (see current prices below). A post member will remove your old flag, replace it with the new flag at no additional charge, and Post 254 will properly dispose of the old one.

Do NOT contact the American Legion directly; the village will coordinate with the Legion and arrange for a Legion member to call you and schedule a convenient time to get your new flag to you. Payment to Post 254 for your flag will be due when the flag is delivered. To place your order for a new flag contact:

Village of Johnstown
599 S. Main Street
PO Box 457
Johnstown, Ohio 43031
Telephone: 740-967-3177

Current prices as of August 2012 for Polyester Outdoor flags that are made in the USA are:

3’ x 5’    $21.00                 4’ x 6’    $26.00
Larger sizes also available (ordered upon request)

A copy of U.S. flag etiquette will also be supplied at no additional charge.

Thank you,

American Legion Post 254
Village of Johnstown

Thank you for the improved Johnstown Trailhead!

Thank You

Mary E. Babcock Foundation

Johnstown Area Community Foundation

Downtown Johnstown, Inc.

for working together to provide our community with a new and improved

Johnstown Trailhead!



Congratulations to new Council member Mr. Thomas Fagan sworn in June18, 2013

Tom Fagan was sworn in at the June 18th Village Council meeting.  Mr. Fagan has been appointed to the vacant Council seat left after Chris Speck resigned.

Tom Fagan

Special Council Meeting Scheduled for June 10th at 6pm

This will be an executive session to interview candidates for the vacant council seat.

The meeting will be held in Council Chambers, 599 S. Main Street.