Johnson City Cruze Inz are back, the next is August 25th
Visit the Cruze Inz page for more information.
The Johnson City Partners held a clean-up on May 23rd in preparation for the Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Park Gazebo.
Members picked litter along Main Street and weeded at the park.
NBT Bank recently placed planters along Main Street, which they adopted form the Johnson City Partners. They did a lovely job in painting the planters to match the banks exterior.
Carousel Day 2016
has been Canceled
If you, or someone you know, would like to coordinate
Please contact us through this site
Volunteers make a difference at CFJ park
I want to thank the many volunteers who have made a difference at CFJ Park.
Joe Ryan, Barbara Thompson, Gail Wadin and Maryann Massar brought the perennial flower bed back to life in a beautiful way this past summer. These volunteers toiled on several occasions and did an outstanding job.
It takes many volunteers to pull off a successful Carousel Day event. Volunteers helped set-up, work at the event, and clean it all up afterward. It was these dedicated volunteers along with officers Marcia Ward, Donna Converse, and Corinna Johnson, and members Barb Thompson and Don McPartland that made the July 25th Carousel Day an enjoyable day for all who attended. Thank you for all you do.
After working this past winter with a group from the Cornell Co-operative Extension, we are excited to soon be unveiling our CFJ Park Beautification Project. Funding for this project comes, in part, from the proceeds of Carousel Day. Thank you to our sponsors: Wegmans, Visions, Coughlin & Gerhart, Goodrich Implement, J.F. Rice Funeral Home, Haylor, Freyer & Coon, Marchuska Glass, and Bates Troy. The beautification project will include much needed shade trees and attractive park signage.
To become involved please reach out to us through this sites contact page or by personally speaking with any of our members.
President, Johnson City Partners, Inc.
The Johnson City Partners received its determination letter from the IRS. We officially became a tax exempt charitable 501 ( C ) 3 organization on August 19th, 2014! Johnson City Partners donors may now claim a tax deduction on their income taxes, retroactive to May 15th, 2010.
Now our organization has the ability to reach for even greater opportunities to make Johnson City a place we all can be proud of.
The 3 main goals of the JC Partners are:
Changing public perceptions and increasing community pride by creating an image for the Downtown Business District that will appeal to residents and visitors.
Promoting our rich industrial history through special events, advertising and education.
Business & Industry-
Attracting merchants and professionals to fill unmet needs and reduce vacant store fronts. Marketing our village to suitable businesses and industries that will increase job opportunities and investment interest.