Watertown, WI Cash Advance and Title Loans
|Loan Options in Watertown, WI||Loan Limit*|
|Cash Advance/Installment Loans||$3,000|
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What Do You Need To Bring In
- Your most recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
- The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
- A personal check and/or debit card
- Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
Half a mile south of Watertown Municipal Airport. 2 miles southwest of the Octagon House and Watertown Historical Society Museum.
From downtown Watertown head south on Church Street (Hwy. 26) for 1.5 miles. Turn left onto Air Park Drive, than an immediate right onto Market Way. The Cash Store is on the left next to Walmart, in the same shopping center as US Cellular, near Arby's.
Interesting Notes About Watertown, WILocated about halfway between Madison and Milwaukee, the city of Watertown, Wisconsin is the largest city in what is called the Watertown-Fort Atkinson micropolitan area with about 23,000 residents. First settled and built along the banks of the Rock River in the early nineteenth century, Watertown did not become an official town until 1849. Several sawmills and dams were constructed along the Rock River which allowed the city to become a center for trading, transportation, and the lumber industry. As a result, settlers began to flock to the area, especially immigrants from Germany.
Watertown boasts several historical attractions that show off the city’s heritage. The most recognizable of these historical sites is the Octagon House, one of the largest residences from pre-Civil War Wisconsin. Watertown is also home to the first kindergarten in the United States, established by German immigrants in 1856.
A system of genteel parks spans more than 300 acres of Watertown. Tivoli Island, located in the Rock River, is a 4-acre prairie area ideal for hiking, fishing and birding. A quaint foot bridge connects the island to the city’s mainland. Riverside Park’s almost 29 acres are abundantly enjoyed for its gazebo outdoor concert shell, sports areas and its scenery along the Rock River. The Rock River Trail traverses the entire length of the city and continues onward for 11 counties.
Curious visitors and residents will thoroughly enjoy the variety of walking and driving tours in Watertown, with itineraries available at the city’s chamber of commerce. A brewery tour, a “dark side” tour and a tour of area churches are among the most popular offerings. Finally, the annual Riverfest entices music and carnival fans to Riverside Park.
|Watertown, WI Living Costs|
|Median Home Cost||$155,606.00|
|Average Rent - 1 Bedroom||$502.00|
|Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms||$642.00|
|Average High Speed Internet Bill||$37.50|
|Average Electric Bill||$95.83|
|Average Cable Bill||$66.44|
|Average Phone Bill||$24.49|
|Watertown, WI Transportation Costs|
|Watertown Transit - Adults||$3.00|
|Watertown Transit - Senior Citizens and Disabled||$2.00|
|Watertown Transit - 6 to 12 yrs old||$2.00|
|Watertown Transit - 13 to 18 yrs old||$2.50|
|Watertown, WI Activities Costs|
|Octagon House Museum - Adults||$8.00|
|Octagon House Museum - Seniors||$7.00|
|Octagon House Museum - 6 to 17 yrs old||$4.00|
|Watertown Players Community Theatre - Adults||$7.00|
|Watertown Players Community Theatre - 12 yrs old and under||Free|
|Rock River Wine Fest and Craft Show||Free|
|Rock River Trail||Free|
|Watertown Riverfest - General Admission||Free|
|Watertown Arts Council Art Festival||Free|
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