Monthly JSB Board Meeting Schedule

The BINGHAMTON-JOHNSON CITY JOINT SEWAGE BOARD will hold their REGULAR meetings on the second Tuesday of every month.

Although these meetings are open to the public (except for any Executive Session portions of the meeting closed to the public and news media [for example, in connection with solicitation of legal advice from Sewage Board legal counsel and discussions pertaining to potential litigation, or the recommendation thereof]), there is no public comment or audience participation during the meeting.

Location: Administration Building, 1st Floor Conference Room, Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Facility, 4480 Vestal Road, Vestal, NY 13850.

Entrance to the Plant site is via Gate #2 into the Parking Lot in front of the Administration Building.

Videoconferencing will be used for this meeting the videoconferencing locations are:

January 10, 2023
February 14, 2023
March 14, 2023
April 11, 2023
May 09, 2023
June 13, 2023
July 11, 2023
August 08, 2023
September 12, 2023
October 10, 2023
November 14, 2023
December 12, 2023

Chapter 56 of the Laws of 2022 (“Chapter 56”) was signed into law April 9, 2022 by New York Governor Hochul. On a temporary basis, Chapter 56 added Section 103-a to the Open Meetings Law. Section 103-a is presently effective through July 1, 2024 and permits local government entities, including the Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Board (“Board”), to authorize its members to attend meetings by videoconferencing as long as a number of requirements are met. One of these requirements is the posting on the Board’s website of its videoconferencing policy and written procedures, adopted by resolution authorizing the use of videoconferencing, following a publicly-advertised hearing before the Board. The Board’s videoconferencing policy and procedures, set forth in a Resolution adopted December 29, 2022, may be accessed at: JSB Videoconferencing Policy


At the Binghamton Johnson City Wastewater Treatment Plant (B-JC WWTP) our mission is around the clock, 24 hours a day environmental protection of one of the community’s most valuable resources, the Susquehanna River.  The B-JC WWTP is the community’s last defense for protecting the Susquehanna River from the local population’s industrial, commercial and residential activities.  Our goal is to ensure that the water used by homes, businesses and industries throughout our service area is treated to the highest degree possible before being discharged back into the aquifer, providing safe, clean water resources for our local community as well as our distant Chesapeake Bay final receiving waters. 

The Binghamton Johnson City Joint Sewage Treatment Facility  is governed by a six member Board composed of three members each appointed by the City of Binghamton Mayor and the Village of Johnson City Mayor.