Chief Deveau would like to inform you that Watertown will lift its enforcement of the all night parking ban beginning Saturday March 30, 2013. The Department of Public Works, Police Department and Fire Department would like to remind motorists that keeping the streets clear allows for road repairs, street cleaning and easy access for public safety […]
The Watertown Police Department is saddened to learn of the arrest of former police Sergeant Joseph Deignan. Sgt. Deignan retired from the Watertown Police Department after 32 years of service in February of 2012. This unfortunate incident demonstrates that police officers are not immune from the devastation of substance abuse. Every family, community and workplace […]
On 2/26/2013 at approximately 2133 hours, Officers were dispatched to the 311-315 Main St building for a fire. There was heavy black smoke coming from the building. Watertown Fire arrived on scene and began working the fire. The first box was struck at 2132 hours. The second alarm was called in at 2137 and a third alarm […]
The Watertown Police Department would like to thank the Watertown Community Foundation for awarding the department with a training grant. This grant will allow the WPD to train officers on mental health issues within the community and provide officers with the tools to help when encountering those incidents. The training will by Advocates and held […]
Superintendent of Public Works Gerald Mee has lifted the Emergency Parking Ban that was put in place for the weekend of 2-23-13. The all night parking ban is still in effect.
Watertown Department of Public Works SNOW EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT! Snow Emergency – The Superintendent of Public Works has declared a snow emergency effective at 6:00pm Saturday February 23, 2013 and will remain in effect until further notice. Parking Ban – ON STREET PARKING IS BANNED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Winter Off-Street Parking – Residents are urged to […]
Superintendent of Public Works Gerald Mee has issued a Parking Ban effective Saturday February 23 @ 6:00pm. There will be no parking on any public roadways until further notice.
On Tuesday 2/12/2013 we had a Breaking and Entering to a house in the area of Main St at Evans St. This happened sometime during the daytime hours. Entrance was gained through the rear of the house and we believe the suspect(s) may have fled down Evans St. Anyone having any information or who saw […]
Chief Deveau would like to announce that Superintendent of Public Works Gerald Mee is lifting the parking ban effective today at 4pm. However, whereas the side streets are still very narrow and travel can be difficult, any vehicle parked which is impeding emergency vehicles or any other traffic may still be subject to tow.