COVID-19 Updates

Township COVID-19 Updates

Watertown Township staff are available to assist residents via a walk-up service window in the entry hall.  Township staff are in the office on alternating shifts during the pandemic, but remain available by phone or email during office hours.  Please contact the office if you would like to make an appointment to meet with a specific staff member.   

The township drop box is available 24/7 to accept payments and other items.  Additional payment options are also available through the website 24/7.  This page will be updated as changes to operations occur. 

Staff Contact Information Sheet

Updated November 9, 2020:  As of this date, we have the following closures/cancellations/alterations of service to announce.  This information is updated as changes occur and operations resume:

  • Watertown Township Recycling Drop-Off:  Good news...the recycling center is OPEN!  In order for the recycling center to remain open, everything must be placed in a bin!  The bins are being emptied daily; if they are full, you must wait until the next day.  For the safety of the employees of Granger and Watertown Township who maintain the recycling center site, everything must be placed directly in a bin.  If items are left on the ground or the bins are overfilled the recycling center will be forced to close.  

  • The recycling center will be forced to close if the bins are overfilled or items are left on the ground.   

  • Public bodies subject to the Open Meetings Act (to include to include Board of Trustees, Planning Commission, etc.) may be conducted by telephone or video conferencing.  Protocols for joining will be posted.  
  • Wallace F. Watt Community Center (Gym) - closed.
  • Grand Ledge Library Watertown Pick-Up - unavailable at this time.            

If you are aware of anyone needing assistance or a wellness check within the Watertown Township community, please contact Township Manager Jennifer Tubbs by phone (517) 749-4643 or email (JTubbs@watertowntownship.com). Additionally, seniors may be able to receive meal delivery, thanks to federal dollars received by the state to help provide meals to older adults (age 60 and over).  Seniors who need extra support at this time can now sign up for assistance, including meal delivery, delivery of non-perishable food items, and daily wellness-check calls, through the state's coronavirus website. 

For the latest information and additional resources on how to protect and prepare for COVID-19, please visit the following:

www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

www.cdc.gov

 

 

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