City of Watertown Talks About Downtown

The City of Watertown is noting positive change in the community. The city says on its Facebook page that as of October, 90 percent of storefronts in downtown were occupied and within the last two years, 10 buildings have been sold, undergone renovation, or were recently completed. The city says that downtown isn’t dead, and there is positive momentum ahead. The city thanks those who have invested in the community More information is available on The City of Watertown, WI-Government on Facebook

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