Enforcement of overnight parking has been suspended as of March 14, 2012. Enforcement will begin again in November.
The Watertown Police Department is pleased to announce the swearing-in of two new officers into its ranks. They are Officers David Cobe and Officer Feras Irqsusi. Officers Cobe and Irqsusi attended the Massachusetts Criminal Justice Basic Police Officers Training Academy sponsored by the Lowell Police Academy. The new officers will participate in an extensive field-training […]
Residents are reminded that the Winter Parking Ban will go into effect beginning Sunday November 27, 2011. Town of Watertown Traffic Rules and Orders Article VÂ Section 5: No All Night Parking: No vehicle may be parked on any street for a period of time longer than one (1) hour between the hours of one […]
Today the department received a grant from Executive Office of Public Safety to combat underage drinking. View the entire Press Release here.
There appear to be robo-dialers targeting Watertown residents in an attempt to collect debit card information. The messages received indicate your card has been locked out and they request you enter your information to unlock your card. These messages have used Watertown Savings Bank,Â Sovereign Bank or no name at all. These calls are originating […]
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 […]
There have been numerous reports throughout the area Greater Boston area about gypsy driveway paving scams. They will come to residentâ€™s homes and state that they have extra material and offer to pave the driveways for a low price. Upon completion of the job they will demand more money than originally quoted. Additionally there have […]
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 […]
Â The town has received a limited supply of bottled drinking water. The water will be distributed at the DPW Yard at 124 Orchard StreetÂ beginning at 6:30 PM.Â You must bring proof of Watertown residency such as a license, utility bill orÂ tax bill to receive water. Due to the limited supply we will […]