Health Officer/Director

department head: Carol Quest


The City of Watertown is working hard to protect, support and unite the Watertown community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.  Below you will find the most recent information we have provided, and we will update as soon as we can once we are given any new information.
For those interested in volunteering, please see our page here for how to sign up to be a volunteer

Count Update 9.20.2020 

September 21, 2020: 

Positive: 323 / Recovered: 286
Negative: 5849 / Deaths: 1 / % Positive Ever Hospitalized: 7%

 Watertown Reopening Phased Plan 9.9.2020


COVID Athletic Guidelines 
Recreation Update 5.29.2020
Yard and Solid Waste Information

 Press Releases
City Press Release: First Death Recorded for City of Watertown
Emegency Order #1 - Face Coverings Required     FAQ  Infographic
CommUNITY Partner Press Release
CommUNITY Printable Image
City Press Release Guidelines for Safely Reopening the City
Gov. Evers Safer at Home Extension Order      FAQ   Extension Info graphic
Water town Press Release First Confirmed OVID- 19 Case     VIDEO
Election Workers Needed Press Release
Gov Evers Temporary Ban on Evictions and Foreclosures
Safer At Home Info graphic
Gov Evers Safer At Home Order 3.24.20
FAQ Regarding Safer at Home
Watertown Adoption of Safer at Home
Gov. Evers Mass Gatherings Updated Orders 3.20.20
 Mass Gatherings 3.17.20
 City's COVID Response 3.15.20
COVID-19 Joint Release City of Water town, USDA, WARM 3.12.20
 Public Health Information
Information on Free COVID-19 Testing
Contact Risk Assessment Flow Chart
Local COVID-19 Testing Site - Jefferson and Walworth Co.
Decision Tree for Opening a Bar or Restaurant
ACCESS - State Web site for Medicaid
What is Contact Tracing?
Gown Creation Information
Letter Regarding Religious Services     Graphic
Hospital Approved Cloth Face Coverings Information
Cloth Face Coverings Full Guidance
#Alteration, Carol Quest, Health Officer - Video
What is Social Distancing?
COVID-19 Protect Your Family
Information for Faith Based Community
Information for Child Care Providers
Information for General Business Owners 
Information for Dental Providers
Guidelines for Bar/Restaurants   Spanish

 Community Resources
 Free Breakfast and Lunch - Ages 18 and under Info - Spanish
Restaurants/Beverage Options with Curbside Pickup/Delivery/Take Out
Grocery Stores with Pick Up/Delivery
Local Pharmacies with Pick Up/Delivery
COVID-19 Shopping Tips - Spanish 
COVID -19 Scam Warnings
Fun Activities for Time at Home
Recdesk link for Reservations or Registrations
Tennis Courts, Batting Cages, Skate Park & Disc Golf Info
 Arbor Day Activities (Arbor Day is April 24)
Homemade Backyard Keri-plunk Game
Laundry Basket Skeet Ball
Fun Glow in the Dark Games
Rainy Day Activities and Minute to Win It
Sock Mopping
Hallway Laser maze
 Flashlight Scavenger Hunt:
  • Just a twist on a scavenger hunt- hide some objects in a dark room, and have the kids find them using flashlights.
Marble Toe Race:
  • Put marbles at one end of the room and a container at the other end. Child needs to pick up the marbles using their toes and somehow transfer them to the container. They can crawl, crab walk, hop, etc.