Fort Johnson is located at 42°57'30?N, 74°14'10?W. The Village is on the north bank of the Mohawk River at the influx of the Kayaderosseras Creek. New York State Route 5, an east-west highway, passes through the south part of the Village, where it is joined by New York State Route 67, Fort Johnson Avenue.
Areas of interest include Old Fort Johnson, built in 1749 as the first home of Sir William Johnson who was King George II’s Superintendant of Indian Affairs.
Village Board Meetings:
|When:||3rd Thursday of every Month at 7:00 P.M.|
1 Prospect St.