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"The Community that Cares"
Nestled in the heart of Northern Colorado is the small town of Johnstown, Colorado. Johnstown is a quiet, family-friendly town just 45 minutes from Denver, and only a few minutes from Loveland, Longmont, Greeley and Fort Collins. It has consistently been rated as one of the safest places to live. With a population of 14,795 people, Johnstown is the 47th largest community in Colorado.
Much of the housing market in Johnstown was built relatively recently with many new neighborhoods planned for the future. The construction of new real estate can often be taken as an indication that the local Johnstown economy is robust, and that jobs or other amenities are attracting an influx of new residents. This seems to be the case in Johnstown, where the median household income is $85,000.
Johnstown has a high rate of college-educated adults and owner-occupied single-family homes, which reflects the stability of the local community.
Though new housing projects are developing rapidly with families moving to this centrally located community, Johnstown is committed to keeping the small-town atmosphere where you know your neighbors and the community gathers at Roosevelt High School for the Friday night Roughriders football game.
Parish Street is the heart of the historic downtown, named after the founder Harvey J.Parish. Locals gather on this main street for a trip to local restaurants and breweries or a Friday night Farmer’s Market & street concert.
Johnstown is also home to the newly developed shopping center at I-25 & Hwy 34 boasting one of the largest Scheels stores in the nation. As well as one of the only YMCA recreation centers in Northern Colorado.
From spanning farmlands and local festivals to large retail shopping centers, Johnstown has it all.
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Johnstown is home to three Weld RE-5J schools. Roosevelt High School and two elementary schools Pioneer Ridge and Letford. Residents travel to neighboring town Milliken for middle school.