Read the latest township news in the Watertown Charter Township Spring 2022 Newsletter by clicking the link.
Read the latest township news in the Watertown Charter Township Fall 2021 Newsletter by clicking the link.
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will invest approximately $65 million to rebuild I-69 from I-96 to...
- Township COVID-19 Updates
- Watertown Charter Township Budgets
- 2022 Township Master Plan Update
- 1-69 Reconstruction, Grand River to Airport Road, Watson and Summers Drain
- Airport Road Closure Detour Information
- With the presence of a black bear in the area, the Michigan DNR would like individuals to be aware of the following:
- It’s likely a young male looking for new territory
- Black bears are not aggressive by nature and have a natural fear of humans
- Removing food sources (bird feeders, keep pet food and trash indoors, etc.) for a couple of weeks will help prevent the bear from associating people with food
- Taking these minor precautions will help avoid the bear being habituated to people and it will likely keep moving along
- Enjoy it from a distance and never intentionally feed a bear
- At this point, it is not a threat to people or pets and the DNR is monitoring it’s movements and behavior
- DNR BearSMART Resource Brochure
- Protecting Beehives from Black Bears
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