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Parks and Open Space Division
Overview
Contact
Manager of Parks and
Open Space
,
301 Walnut Street
Windsor, CO  80550

Ph:(970) 674-2434

Hours
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday
The Parks and Open Space Division is responsible for parks, trails, rights of way, the Lakeview Cemetery, and open spaces within the Town. This division evaluates development plans to ensure that Parks, Recreation & Cultural needs are addressed.

Partnerships
The Town of Windsor partners with other agencies to effectively provide services and amenities beyond our scope or boundaries.  This includes such agencies as the City of Greeley, City of Ft. Collins, and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization Bike and Pedestrian Committee who completed a review of infrastructure in 2013. View the:
 
As Windsor receives sales tax contributions from Larimer County, in 2012-2013 the Town partnered in completing the Our Lands Our Future Regional Study, a comprehensive look at recreation and conservation values and needs for our area. View the:

How the Colorado Lottery helps Windsor Parks & Trails
The Town of Windsor receives Conservation Trust Fund dollars from the State of Colorado. These funds are generated by the sales in the Colorado Lottery. Additionally, the Town has received grants for various programs through Great Outdoors Colorado, also funded with Colorado Lottery revenues. Many areas throughout Colorado have been preserved or developed with assistance from the Colorado Lottery. Watch Colorado Lottery Plays YouTube Video

Windsor locations include:
Poudre River Initiative – 2012 (partner)
Our Lands, Our Future : Larimer County Regional Study – 2012 (partner)
River Bluffs Open Space and Hwy 392 Underpass : Larimer County - 2011 (partner)
Windsor Trail – Greeley No. 2 Canal - 2011
Windsor Charter Academy Playground - 2010
Chimney Park Re-Create - 2009
Boardwalk Park Boundless Playground - 2008
Windsor Trail – Windsor Lake - 2005
Eastman Park Skatepark – 2003
Diamond Valley Community Park – 2000
Poudre River Trail (various sections, multiple years)