The City of Watertown utilizes council/administrator form of government. This system provides the citizens of Watertown a responsive, progressive government and a vision for our community.
The City Council is presided over by the Mayor, who is elected to a two-year term. The four council members are elected every four years via a city-wide vote. Among its primary duties, the city council makes laws, sets policies, adopts budgets and oversees a wide-ranging agenda for the community. The city administrator oversees and directs all city operations, projects and programs.
The City Council makes laws, sets policies, adopts budgets, and oversees a wide-ranging agenda for the community.
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
Discover information about the different non-governing boards and commissions for the City of Watertown.
Discover election information, including polling places and election results.
Browse through the Municipal Code for the City of Watertown.
Watch the City Council meetings and other videos on demand from the City of Watertown.