City & Community Videos
Can the Grease Campaign
Did you know pouring fats, oils and grease down the sink can cause clogged pipes and sewer line backups and may eventually form a complete blockage? When this occurs, wastewater can overflow from manholes onto streets and yards as well as inside your home causing messy water damage and expensive cleanup.
Check out WJHL anchor Josh Smith in this video to learn how you can Can the Grease!
Construction Time-Lapse Water/Sewer Video
Enjoy this time-lapse video of our City Water and Sewer crews working hard to fix a waterline break in town.
Video courtesy of Craig Lewis Productions.
Progress is being made at the future site of a 5-acre greenspace along State of Franklin Road. The area is just a few blocks west of the heart of downtown and will feature a recently uncovered Brush Creek, tons of decorative landscaping, paths and an amphitheater. Completion is set for this fall.
Check out this video to see what Thomas Construction’s Bill Thomas has to say about the project. .
How to Avoid Frozen Pipes
The Johnson City Water and Sewer Services Department encourages residents to follow these tips to protect their pipes. These precautions are especially important when homeowners are out of town and temperatures are below freezing.
Check out this video to see how you can avoid frozen pipes..
It's Our City, Don't Trash It - Recycling Video
Johnson City began its quest for a cleaner environment in 1989 by implementing the first curbside recycling program in the State. Twenty years later, the City put together this video to demonstrate the impact of recycling in Johnson City.
Check it out to learn about our community’s commitment to the environment and what recycling services are available.
Johnson City Parks Videos
Not familiar with our parks and facilities?
These videos will help you to learn more about the parks and allow you to view a short tour.
Johnson City Police Department - Recruitment Video
The Johnson City Police Department is home to approximately 180 sworn officers and civilian employees who are dedicated to protecting our community. Officers are selected to serve the JCPD through a careful screening and rigorous testing process. When the very best officers are chosen, they are welcomed to a family-like environment where officer safety and access to proper tools are top priorities. Our training facility and opportunities ensure officers are prepared for the challenges they face on a daily basis or may encounter at any time. The JCPD employs men and women in numerous concentrations, from Patrol and Criminal Investigations to Crime Analysis and Courtroom Assistance. For more information about a law enforcement career with the Johnson City Police Department, please contact Sgt. David Lowe at email@example.com or 434-6104.
To find out what career opportunities are currently available at the City of Johnson City, click here.
Johnson City Senior Services Videos
Our vision is to provide activities for today’s seniors to enjoy an Active Life through Active Living.
Enjoy browsing through our Senior Sevices' array of videos to see what's going on at your local Seniors Center.