City of Watertown Releases Annual Report

The City of Watertown has released their annual report for the year 2020. According to the report, the city built 31 single-family homes, which is the most in 10 years, spent over $10,500,000 in commercial property improvements and over $12,000,000 in residential improvements. The Street and Solid Waste Department collected 1,055 tons of leaves, 3,010 tons of recycling, and 5,232 tons of garbage and solid waste. They also reconstructed storm sewers on 5 streets. The Police Department responded to 16,578 calls for service, and conducted 186 hours of K9 team training and 75 deployments of the team. 2020 had the lowest amount of domestic abuse in five years. To learn more information included in the report, visit the City of Watertown WI Government Facebook page.

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