Town Board

The Town Board serves as the community’s legislative body, having responsibility for enacting town ordinances, appropriating funds to conduct town business, appointing members to boards and commissions, and providing direction to town staff.

District 1 Vacancy

Windsor Town Board Member Scott Charpentier announced his resignation at the end of December, effective Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, creating a vacancy for the District 1 representative seat. Per the Town of Windsor’s Home Rule Charter, the Town Board will fill the vacancy by appointment. Interested candidates must submit an application and letter of interest to Town Clerk Karen Frawley no later than 5 p.m. Friday, February 3, 2023.

The Town Board anticipates interviewing applicants the evening of Monday, February 13, 2023, and announcing its selection at the Monday, February 27, 2023 Town Board meeting.

Meetings 
Second and fourth Monday of each month at 7pm

Individuals wishing to participate remotely during the Public Invited to be Heard or during Public Hearing proceedings should contact the Town Clerk prior to the start of the meeting to obtain a participation link. Written comments are also welcome and should be given to the Town Clerk prior to the start of the meeting.

If you do not have comment you would like to give, you can also watch the meeting live and in its entirety on WindsorTV. 

Residents wanting to watch and participate in person will be able to enter Town Hall through the Town Hall south entrance doors. 

Town Hall Chambers (3rd floor), 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO  80550

Agendas, Minutes & Packet
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Members
The Windsor Town Board is comprised of a Mayor and six Board Members. The Mayor is elected at large for a term of four years. Board Members are elected on a non-partisan basis for a term of four years, one from each of six voting districts (download district map). 

Contact the Town Board.