March 28, 2020 Community Update

US 62 Construction Update

Beginning Wednesday, April 1, US 62 (W. Coshocton Street) will be reduced to one lane. This will last for one month. 

The road will be closed begining the first week of May to all traffic (except for home access). The closure will be from Williams Street to the Post Office and last 60 days.

Tax Deadline Extended

The deadline for filing municipal income tax returns has been extended from April 15, 2020 to July 15,2020. The due date for the Tax Year 2020 1st Quarter estimate has been extended from April 15, 2020 to July 15,2020.

Kasson Street to Close

Columbus Asphalt Paving, Inc. (contracted by the Village of Johnstown) will be starting work on S. Kasson St. on Wednesday April. 1. The road will be CLOSED to thru traffic during the day. We will try to accommodate resident’s access as best we can. We are asking residents to park on an adjacent street or alley if possible. At the end of each work day the street will be re-opened to normal traffic. Our normal working hours are from 7 AM to 5:30 PM.

Any questions or concerns may be directed to Doug Lindsey at (614) 759-9800 or dlindsey@capasphalt.com.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Village Arbor Day Celebration has been cancelled

Based on recommendations from the Governor and public health officials, the Village of Johnstown has made the decision to postpone the Arbor Day Celebration previously scheduled for April 18th. We hope to reschedule at a later date. 

The poster contest for children ages 5-12 will still take place. The poster can be downloaded and printed here: http://johnstownohio.org/…/upl…/2020/03/Arbor-Day-poster.pdf. They can be mailed to the Village office or dropped in the utility payment drop box by April 7th. We will still announce a winner by April 18th.

Updated Voting Information

The coronavirus crisis has changed the trajectory of our lives. As we work to overcome those challenges, it’s still important to have your voice heard in the Ohio primary. The Ohio General Assembly has put in place a plan that will allow all Ohioans to continue voting by mail until April 28. Don’t lose your voice! Vote!

Paths and Parks are Open! Playgrounds are Closed.

Our playgrounds are closed effective immediately. They will remain closed until further notice. #covid19

The National Parks & Recreation Association has developed some simple “social distancing” guidelines to follow for anyone wishing to enjoy the mental and physical health benefits of getting outside during this difficult time.

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