The village of Johnson City is nestled in the rolling hills of Broome County in the Southern Tier of New York. Adjacent to the City of Binghamton, the village was established in 1892, through the efforts of European immigrants who worked in the Endicott-Johnson shoe factories. Though the shoe factories are gone, Johnson City continues to develop with a combination of city and suburban neighborhoods, open country land, businesses,
retail mall and restaurants.
Johnson City is located near the major Interstates 88 and 81, and is right on Rte. 17. Johnson City and its neighboring communities offer a wide range of activities including the Roberson Museum and Science Center, the Discovery Center, the Kopernik Observatory, the Cider Mill Playhouse and the Tri-Cities Opera. Binghamton University and Broome Community College both offer a wide variety of social, cultural and educational experiences. Johnson City is also home to the unique Community Action Team (CAT) which serves as an umbrella under which existing services are brought together. The CAT acts as a catalyst to develop new programs
that meet identified needs in the community.
The locations of our facilities are shown on the map below.