(formerly "Burrs Mills") -- A hamlet near the east town line on
NY-12. The name is from Captain John Burr and his family, early
-- A hamlet south of the City of Watertown and location of a
skiing area. The name is supposed to be an ironic indication of
the distilleries located here in the past.
-- A hamlet near the east town line on NY-126.
-- A location at the west town line on County Road 63.
-- A hamlet in the northeast corner of the town by the Black
River. It is now a suburb of the city.
-- A former location in the town, north of the Black River.
-- A hamlet in the southeast part of the town on Route 232 by
-- A location northeast of Rice on Route 232.
The City of Watertown
borders the north central part of the town.
-- A hamlet at County Road 67 south of the City of Watertown.
Watertown Center is the location of the town government.