What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents?

What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents?

What places and spaces in Johnson are the most important to residents? You can help identify spots
at a virtual Community Values Mapping Event hosted by the Conservation Commission and the
Planning Commission, with assistance from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department on January
27, 2021 from 6 to 8:00 PM. This will be a town-wide event looking at all of Johnson, not just town
owned lands. Using today’s technology on a shared map of Johnson, townspeople will highlight the
areas and places they use or appreciate. Whether its a viewing area, a hunting spot, a trail, a brook,
a waterfall, forest land, a town building or some other special place, what is of value to you is
important for future planning.

For those new to using virtual technology, this is a chance to participate in an important exercise from
the comfort of your home. The ZOOM sign-in link will be available soon on the town webpage or will be
sent directly to you if you sign-up. To receive more information or to sign up, contact Lois Frey at
volunteerlois7263@gmail.com.
Kim Dunkley, Eric Nuse and Noel Dodge can also provide you with information.

Johnson Community Values Mapping Event
Sign in link is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81928165086

Meeting ID: 819 2816 5086

For best results, it is recommended that you use
a computer, rather than telephone or IPad.