During the week of January 19-22, installation of new parking meters will begin, replacing all of the existing meters, both on-street and in municipal parking lots—the Watertown Square Municipal Lot and the Wells Avenue Lot in Coolidge Square. Read on...
The Watertown Environment and Energy Efficiency Committee - WE3C
was established by vote of the Honorable Watertown Town Council.
The committee is responsible for:
Research energy use and greenhouse gas emissions in Watertown
Advise and assist municipal officials and employees in ensuring compliance with relevant national, regional, and state laws, regulations, and programs that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Review and make recommendations about policies, procedures, activities, and facilities of departments, boards, or agencies of the Town as they relate to energy conservation and emissions reduction
Provide information, referrals, guidance, and technical assistance to individuals, public agencies, businesses, and organizations in matters relating to energy conservation and emissions reduction
Coordinate activities of other local groups organized for similar purposes