Peoples Natural Gas Park
Completed in 2012, the Peoples Natural Gas Park is the home of the Flood City Music Festival and many other special events produced by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA) and other organizations. The 3.5-acre park includes:
The Community Foundation Oilhouse. This former industrial building has been completely renovated. This two-level space (which includes a wheelchair lift) includes a small stage, restrooms that serve up to 700 comfortably, and an ATM. Capacity of the room is about 560. It features garage doors that open onto a concrete apron out into the park lawn.
The Polacek Pavilion. Adjacent to the Community Foundation Oilhouse, the pavilion includes a stage, stage lighting, small green room area, and can be set with up to 600 seats.
Lawn area. The park’s extensive lawn area is fenced, landscaped and includes sidewalks throughout. This space can be left open, or can be used for vendors, portable toilets (if needed for larger crowds) and other activities.
Small parking lot. The site’s small parking lot includes several handicapped spaces. For larger crowds, parking lots are available across the street from the train station.
The park features a beautiful view of the Stone Bridge, a landmark of the 1889 Johnstown flood that is now lighted in colorful, animated LED lights.