Welcome to Johnsonburg!
We are a small town full
of friendly people located within
Elk County in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Generations of families have lived
and worked in our community and
we are still a place where people know
their neighbors. We enjoy four beautiful
seasons and have glorious foliage each fall.
Small town pride is still here and
we invite you to share it with us!
The Johnsonburg Zoning Hearing Board will convene on December 19, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at 100 Main Street, Johnsonburg to hear the appeal of the Johnsonburg Municipal Authority of First Ave., Johnsonburg. The Johnsonburg Municipal Authority is requesting a special exception to Article 310, Section 9 and Article 310, Section 47, Paragraph A of the Johnsonburg Borough Code in which they wish to build a new water treatment facility in a R2 residential zoning district.
Due to the upcoming holidays, the Johnsonburg Borough will be holding their monthly roll off dumpster a week early this month on December 20th. The dumpster is available from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. and is located behind the Johnsonburg Borough building at 100 Main St. This dumpster is open to all borough residents who are Advanced Disposal customers to dispose of large items that cannot be put out to the curb with your regular garbage. Please call the office if you have any questions.
The Johnsonburg Borough Council is looking for residents interested in serving as board members on the following boards: Johnsonburg Municipal Authority, Johnsonburg Recreation Board, and Zoning Hearing Board. If you are interested in serving as a board member, please submit a letter of interest to the Johnsonburg Borough office, 100 Main St., Johnsonburg by January 7, 2019. The letter should include your name, address and the board position you are interested in serving. Board positions will be filled at the regular meeting of Johnsonburg Borough Council held on January 14, 2019. Please call the borough office if you have any questions.
Johnsonburg History - 1929 photo of the E. Center St. and East Ave. intersection