Watertown, Connecticut Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking for the population and steets in Watertown City, you've come to the right place. Watertown has a long list of famous people who lived here, including Allen Dulles, the CIA Director, and Frederick Exley. The Dulles State Office Building was named for them, and Robert Lansing, who was born in Albany, moved to Watertown in 1817. He later became the 42nd Secretary of State of the United States.

The city is about thirteen miles southwest of Fort Drum, a U.S. Army base in Watertown. The community is a shopping and service center for Fort Drum personnel. The city has a population of about 24,685 residents according to the 2020 census. Watertown is divided into five wards. Watertown has a median age of 31. Residents of Watertown are largely white.

The town is home to numerous interesting attractions and amenities. The city offers a wide variety of dining options, grocery stores, coffee shops, and more. You can also visit the New York State Zoo and the Dry Hill Ski Area, and enjoy a trip to the Roswell P. Flower Memorial Library. You can easily explore the city with the help of Wikivoyage and Wikisource. You can also check out the 1879 American Cyclopaedia article on Watertown City.

Fort Drum is a US Army Military Installation, and serves as the financial and commercial center of an extensive rural area. Visitors from Canada play a significant role in the region's economy. The city's international airport, located in Dexter, NY, provides daily flights to Philadelphia International Airport. The city's residential housing inventory is expected to increase with the 2020 Census. If this happens, the population and steets count in Watertown will be higher than it is now.