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Johnson City is a village in Broome County, in the Binghamton metro area.
The community was named after George F. Johnson and the Endicott-Johnson Corporation.
The latitude of Johnson City is 42.115N. The longitude is -75.959W.It is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Elevation is 873 feet.
The estimated population, in 2003, was 15,230.
Sections below provide additional information and links about Johnson City demographics, travel and tourism, nearby airports, cemeteries, the Broome County economy, education, environment, genealogy, government, historic sites, Binghamton area jobs, libraries, maps, museums, newspapers and other media, nonprofit groups, real estate, recreation, religion, transportation, and weather in the 13790 ZIP code.
12% of Johnson City residents report German ancestry, and 15% report Irish. For more info on local ancestry groups, see the Johnson City ancestry & family history guide.
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At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Johnson City was $17,511, compared with $21,587 nationally.
20% of Johnson City residents age 25 and older have a bachelor's or advanced college degree.
Dates often change. Check with local tourism officials to be sure.
Median rent in Johnson City, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $406. Monthly homeowner costs, for people with mortgages, were $812.
Libraries in Johnson City include Your Home Public Library ... View libraries
Broome County supported John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election. For more information, see our Johnson City political report.
The average commute time for Johnson City workers is 15 minutes, compared with 26 minutes nationwide.
A total of 2 fatal motor vehicle accidents occurred in Johnson City between 2001 and 2003, according to reports gathered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
This is a rate of 1.3 fatal crashes per 10,000 population, which was lower than the national norm.
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