The following announcement was provided by the City of Watertown:
Due to predicted snow accumulations, the City of Watertown Administrative Offices, the Watertown Free Public Library and the Senior Center will have a delayed opening at Noon (12:00pm) on Friday, January 7, 2022. Watertown Public Schools are closed on Friday, January 7, 2022 for a snow day. All offices are also closed. The Superintendent of Public Works has declared a Snow Emergency effective 12:01 AM, Friday, January 7, 2022. The Snow Emergency shall remain in effect until further notice.
A snowy road in Watertown. The following announcement came from the Watertown Public Schools:
Due to the current ongoing snowstorm and variation in snowfall totals around the area, all schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, February 2, utilizing a traditional snow day. All in-person and remote classes are canceled- Preschool through grade 12. All offices are also closed. Decisions regarding snow days are done in consultation with the Department of Public Buildings and are done with the student and staff safety at the center.
Snow covered trees along the Charles River in Watertown Square. The Town of Watertown has declared a snow emergency, which prohibits parking on public streets. The Town of Watertown announced other delays due to the impending snow storm that will hit the Watertown area from late Wednesday to late Thursday. The Nor’easter could drop a foot of snow or more the Boston area. The WBZ Channel 4 forecast puts Watertown square in the 10-16 inch band.
Snow started early Tuesday and will get much heavier during the day. Watertown School officials closed the Public Schools Tuesday due to the snowfall. Also, town facilities will open late due to the storm. A Watertown Public Schools Twitter post sent out Monday night reads:
“Due to the timing of the storm that is predicted for tonight and into the morning hours, all Watertown Public Schools, including the offices, will be closed tomorrow, December 3.” Watertown Town Hall, the Library and the Senior Center will open at 10 a.m. due to the snow storm, according to an alert sent out by the Town Administration.
Watertown officials announced that the town’s Public Schools will be closed on Monday, March 4 due to the snow storm hitting the area. The storm is forecast to drop several inches of snow on area. Watertown officials announced the closing, among other places, on its Twitter account on Sunday night
The Watertown Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, Monday, March 4 due to the impending snow storm. Be safe and enjoy the snow!— Watertown Schools (@watertownschool) March 4, 2019
Follow Watertown News for more updates related to the storm.
The Watertown Public Schools will be closed Friday, Jan. 5, 2018, due to the cold temperatures and windy weather in the forecast.
The Watertown Public Schools put the following announcement on Facebook at about 5:07 p.m. on Thursday:
Due to the challenges of the storm today and the bitter cold and wind in the forecast for tomorrow, all Watertown Public Schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Friday, January 5. While the storm is predicted to let up a bit later on this evening, it has been challenging to keep up with the snow removal due to the forceful winds and the rapid rate of snowfall. The bitter cold and wind tomorrow along with the snow-filled streets and sidewalks will create challenges for our students and staff to get to school and therefore out of great concern for the safety of our students and staff, the decision to close school tomorrow was made. Be safe and stay warm!
The Watertown Public Schools will be closed Monday due to the snow storm. The snow came in early Monday and Superintendent Jean Fitzgerald announced the schools will be closed. The full list of area closings can be found here.