Spring street closed from Summer Street to Fayette Street for construction. 7am to 4pm.
The Watertown Police Patrol and Traffic Division will be conducting increased traffic enforcement in conjunction with the opening of schools in Watertown. Beginning on September 4th, motorists can expect to see a substantial increase in uniformed officers in the areas […]
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.
The Police Department in partnership with the Department of Public Works have made it possible for five new School Zone speed signs to be installed, one in each school zone. These signs are radar speed signs and will display the […]
A reminder that school will be back in session next week, beginning September 4, 2008. The Police Department will be focusing additional traffic enforcement in and around all Watertown Schools. School speed limits will be strictly enforced, child seatbelt laws […]
Beginning August 13, 2008 Spring Street will be closed during the hours of 7AM to 4PM from Main Street to Common Street. Construction is anticipated to be completed by this fall. View further information regarding the Spring Street project here. […]
As of today, July 10, 2008, the laws pertaining to the use of passenger restraining devices for children in motor vehicles have changed. Read more
Traffic was reduced to one lane on Grove Street after a trash truck lost its load in the South bound lane. The Watertown Police Department Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team investigated this mishap. The vehicle owner was cited for eight violations […]
On Friday June 13, 2008 the Watertown Police conducted a sobriety checkpoint in conjunction with the Massachusetts State Police Troop “H”. The Middlesex Sheriff’s Department provided prisoner transportation from the checkpoint. The checkpoint operated from 11PM to 3AM. A total […]
On July 10, 2008 the laws pertaining to the use of passenger restraining devices for children in motor vehicles will change. Read more