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The City of Watertown believes that residential quality of life is shaped by the people who live here, community businesses, and many volunteer groups and service oriented associations.
Watertown is fortunate that many organizations contribute to community life. This work can be seen on Sunday morning at local churches, fundraisers to support those in need, and in volunteer projects around Watertown.
The Watertown Commission on Aging is offering garden plots (15 by 20 feet) to residents of the City of Watertown who do not have access to an area in which to grow a garden.
The City Newsletter helps residents stay up to date with City news, events, and happenings.
Community Park Master Plan (PDF)
Read through the Community Park Master Plan.
The City of Watertown annually seeks proposals from area civic organizations and nonprofits to create and operate community programming or events to meet the needs of City residents.
Discover resources from the Watertown community including schools, emergency services, and more.
The City of Watertown has a rich history that has shaped the way the community developed.
The City of Watertown residents are offered a free drop off site for their yard waste at the City compost site. The site is located at the Public Works facility at 700 Lewis Ave N and is open 7 days a week from dawn til dusk. Items that can be dropped off for free are grass clippings, leaves, garden waste, small branches or plant trimmings. NO PLASTIC BAGS or other debris or garbage dumping is allowed. This service is for City of Watertown residents only.
Annual Community Clean Up