Join Us at a Public Works Committee Meeting on November 20!

When:     7:15 PM* on Monday, November 20, 2017

Where:   Town Hall, Administration Building

               Richard E. Mastrangelo Council Chamber

               149 Main Street, Watertown, MA

The Watertown Department of Public Works will provide an update on the progress in designing elements of the Mount Auburn Street project at the Public Works Committee meeting. The project team will follow up on comments from the June meeting and provide an update on the project timeline and design.  

We encourage you to download a meeting flyer, review the draft presentation, and help us spread the word. 

*The Committee meeting begins at 6:30 PM; the Mount Auburn Street presentation is scheduled for 7:15 PM.

Follow-Up from June 19 Meeting

Thanks to everyone who attended the June 19 meeting of the Joint Public Works Subcommittee and Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee Meeting.

We had a good turnout and time for questions and discussion. The Mount Auburn Street Project team will be considering the issues and comments from the meeting, and responding to emails and comments submitted to the team as well. 

The presentation and meeting summary from the June 19 meeting are available for download.

In response to requests we heard at the meeting, you can find additional plans, resources, and links to related projects on the Documents page of this website.

Join us on Monday, June 19!

Join us at a Joint Town Council Public Works Sub-committee and Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee Meeting

Monday, June 19, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Town Hall, Administration Building

Updated Room: Philip Pane Lower Conference Room
Ground Floor

149 Main Street, Watertown, MA

The Watertown Department of Public Works will provide an update focusing on options for bicycle accommodations on Mount Auburn Street. The project team will welcome public comments on the bicycle accommodations before we refine the preliminary design of the project. We will also provide an update on the project timeline, design, and funding process through the Massachusetts Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  We will be available after the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee meeting to answer any questions and review the plans.

Download the Meeting Flyer