Spring Street will be closed from Fayette St to Marshall St due to construction. Limited access to connecting streets for area residents. Construction will be ongoing in this area during the week of September 15th, Monday through Friday during the daytime hours.
Spring St from Palfrey St to Marshall St will be closed due to Road Construction on Friday, September 12, 2008 from 7:00 Am – 6:00 PM
Pleasant St from Bridge St to the Waltham line is experiencing travel delays due to Road Construction on Friday, September 12, 2008. Please seek alternate routes
On Monday, September 8, 2008 – Spring Street from will be closed from Fayette St to Marchall St due to construction from 7:00 Am – 4:00 PM Construction will be ongoing during the week from September 8 – 12 on Spring St from Fayette St to the intersection of Common St. Spring St will be […]
Summer Street from Mt. Auburn St. to Church St. will be closed to motor vehicle traffic on Tuesday 09/02/08 from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. This is due to ongoing construction.
LiUNA (Laborers’ International Union of North America) disrupted demolition work this morning at the site of the new Police Station. LiUNA is voicing their displeasure that the demolition company, Kidder Building and Wrecking Inc., is from New Hampshire. LiUNA would prefer the work be performed by a local company. This is not expected to disrupt […]
The Watertown Police Department has posted online our 2007 Crime, Motor vehicle accident, Total calls for service and Citation statistics. These statistics can be found on this page.
Members of the Town Council, Town Manager Michael Driscoll, Chief Edward Deveau and former Town Council President Pam Piantadosi participating in the ground breaking ceremony for the new Watertown Police Station at 552 Main Street. For more information on the construction follow this link.
The Police Station Building Committee will be holding an informational meeting for neighborhood residents Thursday June 26, 2008 at 7PM at the Town Council Chambers, 149 Main Street. Representatives from the construction company, the architectural firm, the police department and the Town will be there to discuss the construction process of the new police station. […]