Happy Earth Day!
Today is one of four Free Entrance Days for National Parks. This includes the Rocky Mountain National Park, enjoy!
The Town’s annual flushing of fire hydrants will occur during the week of April 30 in the following subdivisions: Clearview, Corbett Glenn, Carlson, Rocksbury Ridge and Gateway Industrial Park. Work will be done weekdays between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. For more on why the Town flushes hydrants and the dos and don’ts during hydrant flushing, visit the Town’s website at https://co-johnstown2.civicplus.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=389.
ATTENTION: Due to a scheduling conflict, it has now been confirmed that Cleanup Day will be held on May 5, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Town apologizes for any confusion or frustration the changing of dates has caused. All previous posts regarding Cleanup Day have been removed from the page to avoid as much confusion as possible. We appreciate you all and your willingness to participate in
Centennial Drive (WCR 46.5) will be closed April 23-27, east of South Parish Avenue to the Great Western Railroad tracks, for the completion of the water main installation for the Mountain View West development. Find the traffic control map at https://co-johnstown2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/7228.co-johnstown2.civicplus.com
Okay everybody, here we go again! This utensil was popular in some kitchens circa 1925. What is it?
In preparing for Cleanup Day on MAY 12, please remember that household hazardous materials like paint, cleaners, batteries, tires, etc. will not be accepted. Please take those items to the Weld County Household Hazardous Waste drop-off site. For more information on where and how to do that, go to Hazardous Waste Disposal (Household) - Weld County Many of the products we use everyday are considered hazardous. They can be readily
Thank you to everyone that attended last night's ribbon cutting & business after hours with Comfort Suites Loveland/Johnstown!
Contract for Weld County Jail addition awarded to Roche Constructors The Board of County Commissioners meeting this morning was an interesting view of your County government in action. As you may be aware, the Weld BOCC had approved the construction of a much needed addition to the County jail, a project that will finally cost around $45 million. Of course, they staff issued a RFP, and several companies responded with
Join us for the 80's Fest Colorado that will feature a fun filled day all themed 80's! Start off with our 80's Rock vs Pop 5K Run/Walk at 10:30am, after that enjoy 80's live music, with fun activities from Star Search Karaoke, Jane Fonda Yoga, 80's Parade, Costume Contests, food, beer garden, and much more. RSVP to the 80's Fest here: http://ed.gr/ralc RSVP and purchase tickets to the 80's Rock
These pictures are from the April 16, 2018 Town Council meeting where the newly elected Town Council members were sworn into office. Town Clerk Diana Seele administered the Oath of Office to Kevin Lemasters, Troy D. Mellon, and Amy Tallent. Jesse Molinar Jr. was absent. Outgoing Councilmember Devin Davis was recognized for his dedicated service to the Town of Johnstown with a coat and plaque presented by Mayor Scott James.
Are you looking for ways to get involved more in Johnstown & Milliken? Join the Johnstown-Milliken Chamber of Commerce to experience a new level of connection and community! Visit our website to learn more: http://ed.gr/qp5j The Johnstown Milliken Chamber - HomeDue to the high potential of inclement BAD WEATHER this coming Friday April 20th we are rescheduling the Milliken Spring Fest to May 4, 2018
ATTENTION: Cleanup Day has been rescheduled due to the possibility of inclement weather this weekend. It has been moved to Saturday, May 12, with the same place and times as before. Please share! Thank you.
We are having a great time at our Business After Hours with Comfort Suites Loveland/Johnstown! Be sure to like their Facebook page!
Today’s the day – Tax Day!
Make sure to join us this evening at the Business After Hours & the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Comfort Suites starting at 5:30pm. For more information, please visit http://ed.gr/qvtu
The Blizzard of April 1920 hit Berthoud and its northern Colorado neighbors hard. Following the storm the Berthoud Bulletin reported, “Beginning early Saturday morning and raging all of Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday, and intermittently Sunday night, the worst April snow storm in thirty-five years put practically all of northern Colorado under from two and one-half to three feet of snow—and for two days almost paralyzed traffic. The work of
We'd like to offer a warm welcome to our newest follower, Mr. JD Key. We are flattered that Mr. Key, who we do not know, but who is working on Commissioner Steve Moreno’s campaign against Sandi Elder, has decided to join our community. We do have a question about the role that Martin Marietta may be playing since we know that another political consultant, Sean Walsh, was at the Weld
Mark your calendars for the Milliken Spring Fest! Enjoy local food, live music, fantastic vendors, and more! For more information, be sure to visit http://ed.gr/qvt1