Business Availability Guide

Updated 3/30/20 at 1:05pm

This page will be updated as we continue to crowd-source information. 

Every few days it seems like there’s a new executive order in Colorado impacting our local economy. Some businesses, like restaurants, coffee shops and breweries, haven’t been asked to close, rather they’ve been directed to change how they conduct business. Other businesses such as salons, massage services, and other types of medical-based businesses have been directed to close. It’s hard to keep track of which business is doing what. Most businesses, if not impacted by an executive order, have adjusted open hours to accommodate expected economic impacts caused by physical distancing.

Because of the impact coronavirus will have on businesses, patrons have to adjust to new norms. That’s why the town’s Economic Development staff is committed to developing a one-stop resource page so patrons know how and when they can continue to do business with our neighbors, our friends, and our business-owning families. 

We’ll add more resources as they come in. Over the next week our goal is to make a list that is searchable by business type and name. 

Windsor Businesses

We’re compiling a list of businesses and information about how they are continuing to operate during the nation’s response to COVID-19. This includes their hours and how they are currently conducting business. 

Please complete our form to submit your Windsor licensed store-front or service industry business for this page. The form can also be used to submit updates to your information.