Residents Invited to Meeting on Redesign of Watertown Square

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Charlie Breitrose

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Watertown Square.

Find out about plans to redesign Watertown Square at a public meeting on Dec. 3. Organizers sent out the following information:

Join Us for a Public Meeting

When:         Tuesday, December 3
                      Open House, 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
                      Presentation and Q&A, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Where:        Perkins School for the Blind
                      Grousbeck Center
                      55 Beechwood Avenue, Watertown
  Parking available in lot off Beechwood Ave.; follow signs for event parking

The Town of Watertown is redesigning Watertown Square to improve mobility and safety for all users (including pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and vehicles). At this public meeting, the project team will present three conceptual plans (of the original six shared at the Open House in July 2018) for further discussion and analysis. We will also review the potential benefits of each alternative. Following the presentation, we will answer your questions and collect your feedback on the three alternatives.

If you missed our Open House in July 2018 or would like to review the six alternatives shared then, please join us before the presentation, from 6:30 to 7:00 PM. Staff will be available to review the original conceptual plans and answer your questions.

Download the meeting flyer or visit the project website for more information.

3 thoughts on “Residents Invited to Meeting on Redesign of Watertown Square

  1. Bring back the Rotary with lights… It worked great…. and it would eliminate the huge rush hour mess when people can’t take a left from Galen St onto Watertown St (Rt 16 West)… if we had the rotary they could circle back and take a right… This is particularly important for delivery vehicles that need to get Stop Shop or anywhere of RT 16 in “the Lake”

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