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No, it is illegal to drive over any deployed fire hoses, whether they are full of water or not. The weight of a vehicle can cause fire hoses to burst, which can endanger the lives of our firefighters as well as bystanders. It can also impede our efforts to extinguish the fire. Vehicles are frequently cited by Watertown Police for driving over fire hoses.
Call Watertown Municipal Utilities at 882-6233. WFR has no involvement in the maintenance or repair of fire hydrants.
You can:1. Hold the excess garbage for the next week’s collection.2. Authorize a second garbage charge on your account to receive a second garbage container. The City of Watertown will deliver the additional blue garbage container to your address.3. Order a tan recycling container. Many residents have commented that they have a lot more space in their blue garbage container when the participate in recycling.4. Haul your extra trash to the landfill (covered and secure) and pay the appropriate fee to dump it.
The Household Hazardous Waste event usually takes place the last Saturday of April. It is held at the Wastewater treatment facility just south of Sears.