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Watertown, Massachusetts

Located in Middlesex county, Watertown was first known as Saltonstall Plantation, one of the earliest of the Massachusetts Bay settlements that begun early in 1630. Since then, Watertown’s population has reached beyond 32,000, at times in its history surpassing that of Boston. And in addition to its distinct metropolitan, commercial elements, today Watertown also enjoys many recreational parks and open spaces, including the Charles River Reservation and Beaver Brook Reservation.

Here are some digital resources dedicated to Watertown, Massachusetts: Official government site, including information about departments and boards, the schools, the library, and living in Watertown. Website portal to Watertown provided by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Watertown-Belmont Chamber of Commerce’s website, representing the vision of bringing global solutions to local organization’s opportunities and challenges. The news site of the Watertown Tab & Press, the town’s official newspaper. A website for this public foundation that works to build and sustain a vibrant, close-knit community in Watertown, Massachusetts.



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