Johnstown, situated between I-25 and U.S. Highway 34, spent recent years annexing parcels of real estate to become a prime Northern Colorado location.
The town has been investing in its future, with a recently expanded water treatment facility and wastewater treatment plants that offer both jobs and a dependable source of one of the region’s most prized resources.
The economic culture of Johnstown is supported by the downtown business district, a significant amount of cottage industry, agriculture, the growing business district in the 2534 development, and the Gateway Center east of I-25.
Fiberspar, which makes fiber-reinforced piping for the oil and gas industry, is the most recent company to take advantage of Johnstown’s offerings. The company announced plans to build a 165,000-square-foot sales and distribution center in McWhinney’s Iron Horse development this year.