Johnsburg Town Hall
219 Main Street
North Creek, NY 12853
fax (518) 251-9991
2022 Town Board
Gene Arsenault,Peter Olesheski
Solid Waste & Sewer
Peter Horvath, Arnold Stevens, Justin Gonyo,
Planning & Zoning & Johnsburg Garage
Buildings, Parks & Recreation,Tannery Pond Center, Ski Bowl Drainage Mitigation Project, Highway Relocation
Peter Olesheski & Gene Arsenault
Justin Gonyo & Peter Olesheski
Water and Water District Repairs
Marketing & Economic Development, Comprehensive Plan Update
Laurie Arnheiter & Gene Arsenault
Daphne Taylor, John Stafford, Sharon Taylor, Dick Carlson
Aimee Azaert, Dwayne Spitzer, John Stafford, and Patricia Conner
Town Board meets the first & third Tuesdays of each month
Location rotates - check the Town Calendar for details
Elected Term Started on
January 1, 2018
2022 Board Meetings
All meetings will begin at 7:00 pm and will be held at Tannery Pond Center and VIA a virtual platform. Links to virtual Participation will be posted on the Home page.
2023 Organizational Meeting
January 3, 2022
-- Interesting Facts --
- Johnsburg is the largest town in Warren County in area over 200 square miles in the heart of the Adirondack Park on the Hudson River, of which 2.5 square miles of it (1.2%) is water.
- Johnsburg is comprised of the hamlets of Bakers Mills, North River, Johnsburg, North Creek, Riparius, and Wevertown as well as the settlements of Sodom, Christian Hill, The Glen, and Garnet Lake.
- Total population of the Town is 2,395 (as of 2010 census) with about 1400 registered voters. The population density is 12 people per square mile.
- The town is named after John Thurman, an early settler and founder. It was first settled in 1788. "Johnsburgh" was formed from the town of Thurman in 1805.
- A large portion of the town’s land, about 58 percent, is owned by the State of New York and is deemed “forever wild” Residents may reserve a Town building for personal use. Buildings including Scout Hall, Wevertown Hall, Ski Bowl Lodge/Pavilion, Riverfront Park and Tannery Pond Community Center
- The North Creek Ski Bowl was home to one of the first commercial ski areas & ski patrols in the United States