Please follow this link to the FBI’s Tips on Avoiding Fraudulent Charitable Contribution Schemes.
TOWN OF WATERTOWN ANNOUNCES TOWN-WIDE EMERGENCY PARKING BAN FEBRUARY 2, 2011 As a result of this winter’s higher than normal accumulation of snow, streets in Watertown have become narrower with unusually high snow banks. This has made it difficult for emergency vehicles to pass through when responding to calls for assistance. Therefore, the Town must […]
The Watertown Police and Department of Public Works along with Watertown Citizens for Environmental Safety are co-sponsoring a styrofoam recycling and food drive on January 2, 2011 to benefit St Vincent de Paul’s Food Pantry. This event will be held at the DPW 124 Orchard Street from noon – 4 PM.
Article II, Section 28Â Â Placing snow or ice on a public way by a motor vehicleÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Any person who operates a motor vehicle as defined by Chapter 90, section 1 of the Massachusetts General Laws, or any four wheeled motorized Loader, Backhoe, Bobcat or similar heavy equipment that is capable or designed for the […]
TRAFFIC DIVISION Dear Watertown Residents, Fall has arrived and the weather is getting colder; signaling the coming of typical New England weather. Late November usually brings with it cold rains, a vast array of fallen leaves and then ice and snow. The Department of Public Works needs to have the streets clear of any parked […]
Lieutenant Richard Shea will be retiring on September 30, 2010. He conducted his last roll call on Tuesday September 28, 2010. He was presented with an iPad from his co-workers. This marks the first “last” roll call in our new station. Lieutenant Shea had the honor of conducting the last official roll call at our […]
The dedication ceremony for the new Police Station has been postponed to Thursday October 7, 2010 at 5:15 PM.
The new address of the Police Station is 552 Main Street. Main Street is route 20 and serviced by MBTA bus routes 70 & 70A.
You may have heard that Federal authorities conducted a search this morning of a residence in Watertown possibly associated with the Times Square bombing incident.Â Chief Deveau would like to advise you that there is absolutely no threat, or need for concern, to the residents of Watertown.Â Due to its nature, this incident has sparked […]
The Fire Department is investigating a smoke condition with sprinkler activation in the area of 22 Mount Auburn Street and Main Street. Traffic is being diverted from the area, South bound traffic on Mount Auburn Street is being diverted onto Summer Street to Waverley Avenue. Update from the Fire Department is a sprinkler activation, fire […]