Emergency Preparedness

Public safety it the top priority of Windsor’s Emergency Manager. During winter months, residents are encouraged to prepare for a potential future winter storms and power outages. This page will be updated with information when the Town of Windsor has to respond to emergencies. 

A potential emergency happened on Dec. 22, when temperatures were sub-zero and a local power company experienced a service outage which impacted several Windsor households. Should this happen again for an extended period of time during extreme weather, a warming shelter will be opened at the Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St., for impacted residents. 

Stay Informed

Sign up for emergency notifications. Windsor partners with the Larimer County Emergency Telephone Authority (LETA 911/NoCoAlert.org) for emergency notifications.  You can register for free, even if you live in the Weld County portion of Windsor, to receive email, text or phone call alerts. If you are already registered, check to be sure that you are registered for weather alerts as well.


  • The Town of Windsor issues traffic and news notifications. Residents can subscribe through Notify Me!  
  • Larimer County  offers information about their response efforts.  
  • Weld County  offer emergency information as well.  
  • The Colorado Division of Homeland Security has statewide information at COEmergency.  
  • Visit the FEMA website