Selected websites for news and resources on Watertown & Oakville - government, schools and more.
Town of Watertown official web site.
The Watertown Fire District was formed in March of 1900 when a group of residents and business owners established the District for the purpose of providing fire protection to the central part of the Town of Watertown.
Started in 1925, the Watertown Foundation continues its mission "to foster charitable giving that benefits a variety of community organizations and scholars in Greater Watertown now and into the future." Each year, the foundation awards college scholarships and capital improvement grants to non-profit organizations. Membership is open to the public.
The Watertown Historical Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the social, commercial and cultural heritage of Watertown, Connecticut
he Watertown Land Trust is a non-profit organization chartered in 1974 for the purpose of preservation of open space in Watertown, CT.
The motto of Lionism is 'We Serve'. Lions are men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local, state and worldwide communities.
The Watertown Chamber is dedicated to strengthening the regional economy by serving its members as a network, resource and advocate. As the premier voice of business in the region, the Chamber's mission is to create strategic partnerships and alliances between businesses and their markets and to speak and act on their behalf on matters of public interest.
The WATER-OAK Crime Stoppers was formed in 1995 to be a citizen support group to the Watertown Police Department.
Watertown Public Schools: 61 Echo Lake Rd, Watertown, CT 06795
Watertown Rotarians are business and professional people from our community. The club has a current membership of over fifty men and women.
THE TAFT SCHOOL: 110 Woodbury Road, Watertown, Connecticut 06795.
Florence T Crowell's Historic Watertown Connecticut Photo Gallery - 3000 photos, endless stories, ongoing conversations and the history of everything Watertown and Oakville.
Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of recreation opportunities for all ages, all seasons.
Originally a 9-hole private golf club, purchased by the town of Watertown in 1975, the Crestbrook Park Golf Course boasts magnificent golf, superb amenities, outstanding service facilities.