Town News
  1. Town Hall

    Windsor Special Election Preliminary Results Released

    A special election was called by the Windsor Town Board for Tues., Jan. 24, sending two issues to voters. The first question, 2A, considered an amendment to the Home Rule Charter. The second question, 200, was a proposed change to consider a parking zone. Read on...
  2. Town Hall in Summer

    Extended Hours Announced for Town Hall

    Windsor Town Hall has extended hours for residents who need to cure their ballot. Temporary hours are Wednesday, Jan. 25 through Friday, Jan. 27, 8am to 6pm, Saturday, Jan. 28, 9am to 4pm, and Monday, Jan. 30 through Wednesday, Feb. 1, 8am to 6pm. Read on...
  3. Water glass filling up from tappppp

    Windsor Town Board Approves Utility Rate Increases for 2023

    Windsor’s Town Board discussed approved utility rates for potable water, stormwater and wastewater for 2023 at the Nov. 15 and Nov. 28 meetings. Read on...
  4. Ken Bennett

    Windsor Town Board Member Ken Bennett to Host Community Conversation, Jan. 28

    Join District 3 Town Board Member Ken Bennett to discuss ideas and ask questions during a Community Conversation event planned for Saturday, Jan. 28, from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., at Coffee House 29. Read on...
  5. Town Board Chamber

    Windsor Seeks Candidate to Fill District 1 Vacancy

    There is a vacancy in the District 1 Town Board representative seat. 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. Read on...
  6. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Town of Windsor Administrative Offices Closed Monday

    Windsor administrative offices are closed Monday, Jan. 16, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Read on...
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    January Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Happy New Year! Learn some tips for safe driving this winter in the January Windsor Matters Newsletter! Read on...
  8. Loading recycled Christmas tree onto trailer.

    Town of Windsor Offers Live Christmas Tree Recycling Program

    Following the holiday season, Windsor residents are encouraged to participate in the town’s residential Christmas tree recycle program. This program provides a more sustainable way to dispose of live Christmas trees at no cost to Windsor residents. Read on...
  9. Group of volunteers holding up banner that reads &#34Volunteer Here&#34

    Windsor Seeks Volunteers for New HOST Program

    The Town of Windsor seeks volunteers to join the new HOST team. HOST stands for history, open spaces & trails, and volunteers on the HOST team will be trained as dedicated stewards of Windsor’s natural history and outdoor spaces. Read on...
  10. Photo of the Public Service campus during a snowstorm

    Town of Windsor Delays Facility Openings on Thursday

    Due to the current Winter Weather Advisory issued by the National Weather Service, Town of Windsor municipal facilities will open 2-hours later than normal on Thursday, Dec. 22. Read on...
  11. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Holiday Closures Announced for Town of Windsor Facilities

    Town Hall, Public Services, and the Police Dept. will close Friday, Dec. 23 at noon and remain closed through Monday, Dec. 26. The Community Rec Center will be closed on Dec. 24 and 25. Read on...
  12. Aaron Lopez FBI Academy Graduation

    Windsor Police Commander Graduates FBI National Academy

    The Windsor Police Department is pleased to announce the graduation of Commander Aaron Lopez from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Read on...
  13. Public Works Staff with Cartegraph Flag Forward Award

    Town of Windsor Receives Cartegraph Flag Forward Award

    Cartegraph, a provider of infrastructure asset management software, recently announced its 2021-2022 Flag Forward Award winners. This prestigious award honors government agencies for creating safer, more resilient communities. Read on...
  14. Snowplow clearing snow from the road

    Windsor Residents Reminded to Drive Safely During Snow Season

    Town of Windsor residents are reminded to slow down and stay three to four car lengths behind snowplows while driving on the road when snow is present. Read on...
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    December Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    'Tis the season! Learn about Windsor's new Bill Pay Service and much more in the December Windsor Matters Newsletter! Read on...
  16. Emergency supplies are set on a table

    Windsor Police and Windsor Severance Fire Rescue Team Up for Community Education

    The week of Dec. 12, officers and firefighters will hit the pavement, going door-to-door, to provide emergency preparedness information to residents. Read on...
  17. Windsor officers with their K9s

    Windsor Police Department Announces Creation of K9 Unit

    The Windsor Police Department would like to announce the creation of the Windsor K9 Unit. Read on...
  18. Someone placing a wreath at the 2021 Wreaths Across America

    Wreaths Across America Event Planned for Windsor’s Lakeview Cemetery

    National nonprofit Wreaths Across America (WAA) announced that Lakeview Cemetery in Windsor, CO will once again join in the effort to support the mission to Remember, Honor, Teach, as an official event location for 2022. Read on...
  19. Santa greeting people at Windsor Wonderland by the Great Western Railway in 2021

    Santa’s Arrival is Scheduled to Impact Traffic During Windsor Wonderland on Dec. 3

    Santa’s arrival at Windsor Wonderland will result in traffic impacts near Boardwalk Park located at 100 N. 5th St., on Dec. 3. The Town of Windsor will close 5th St. Read on...
  20. Phone screen reading &#34payment complete&#34

    Windsor to Implement InvoiceCloud Bill Payment Service

    The Town of Windsor will launch and implement Invoice Cloud on Monday, Dec. 5 which will offer Windsor utility customers greater flexibility to view and pay utility bills online. Read on...
  21. Special Edition of the Windsor Matters newsletter.

    Pedestrian Safety Special Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Making Windsor's Streets Safer for Everyone! Learn what the town is doing to impact pedestrian safety in this Public Safety Special Edition Windsor Matters Newsletter! Read on...
  22. A man riding a stationary bike at the Community Recreation Center

    Windsor Community Recreation Center Offers Winter Break Pass

    The Windsor Community Recreation Center is offering non-members a Winter Break Pass starting at $23 Read on...
  23. Winter and Spring Activity Guide front cover

    Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Releases Activity Guide

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture releases its new winter and spring Activity Guide on Monday, Nov. 28. Read on...
  24. Front view photo of the Windsor Community Recreation Center

    Windsor Community Recreation Center Early Payoff of the Expansion Loan Celebration Announced

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture will host a Burn the Mortgage event to celebrate the early payoff of the expansion loan. The week-long celebration will include free entry to the facility, fitness classes and giveaways. Read on...
  25. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Town of Windsor Announces Upcoming Holiday Facility Hours

    Hours for Town of Windsor facilities are impacted by several upcoming holidays. This includes Town Hall, Public Services, Police Department, the Community Recreation Center, and the Art & Heritage Center. Read on...
  26. Windsor Police Car

    Death Confirmed at Windsor Construction Site

    On Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 3:45 p.m., Windsor officers responded to Crystal Creek Dr. and Rumley Creek Dr. on the report of a construction accident. Read on...
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    November Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Time to give thanks! Learn how we paid off the Community Recreation Center Loan early and much more in the November Windsor Matters Newsletter! Read on...
  28. Front view photo of the Windsor Community Recreation Center

    Veterans Day Facility Hours Announced, Free Rec Center Admission Offered to Veterans

    In observance of Veterans Day, Friday, Nov. 11, Windsor’s Community Recreation Center will remain open to the public and is offering free admission for veterans and a guest with proof of military service. Town of Windsor admin offices will be closed. Read on...
  29. Package delivery

    Windsor Police Remind Residents to be Vigilant of Package Theft

    With the holiday season approaching, the Windsor Police Department would like to remind residents to be mindful of package theft and porch pirates. Read on...
  30. Windsor Police Building at Dusk

    Windsor Police Request the Public’s Assistance Identifying Vehicle Trespass Suspect

    The Windsor Police Department requests the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in multiple vehicle trespasses that occurred near 2nd St. and Crabapple Dr. Read on...
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    October Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    It's Spooky Season! Learn more about some tips for a safe Halloween and discover Windsor's first community mural in this edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  32. Community Recreation Center

    Town Board Votes to Pay Off Community Recreation Center Expansion Loan Early, Lowers Sales Tax Rate

    On Monday, Oct. 24, the Windsor Town Board voted unanimously to pay off the Community Recreation Center expansion loan and retire a portion of the sales tax rate that funded the project. Read on...
  33. Park School in Windsor

    Windsor to Host Community Input Event for Historic Preservation Plan

    The Town of Windsor Historic Preservation Commission is hosting a community input session to help in the creation of a preservation plan. Residents will be asked to help determine which historic places in Windsor are important to preserve and protect. Read on...
  34. Safe Halloween at the Recreation Center

    Windsor Police and Windsor Optimist Club Host Safe Halloween Event, Oct. 31

    On Monday Oct. 31, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the Windsor Optimist Club and the Town of Windsor Police Department host their annual Safe Halloween event in the Community Recreation Center gym, 250 N. 11th Street. Read on...
  35. Prescription drug containers in front of the police department

    Windsor Police Department Hosts Prescription Take Back Day, Oct. 29

    The Windsor Police Department will help residents safely dispose of unused or expired prescription medications during National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 29. Read on...
  36. Two children walking to the Halloween Carnival with two guardians at Boardwalk Park .

    Town of Windsor to Host Annual Halloween Carnival, Oct. 29

    The Windsor History Museum is scheduled to host its annual Halloween Carnival Saturday, Oct. 29 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Windsor History Museum located at Boardwalk Park at 100 N. 5th St., for children to safely trick-or-treat Read on...
  37. Landscape photo of Windsor Archery Range

    Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Scheduled to Celebrate Windsor Archery Range Expansion

    The Town of Windsor invites the public to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony to tour the expansion of the Windsor Archery Range, 465 Poudre Trail Dr. on Monday, Oct. 17, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Read on...
  38. Windsor volunteer staff member

    Town of Windsor Calls for Tree Planting Volunteers

    To celebrate Windsor’s urban forest and keep town spaces green, the Windsor Tree Board and Town of Windsor Forestry are seeking volunteers to assist with planting trees at Village East Park, 865 Park Edge Cir. on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 am-12 pm. Read on...
  39. Howlers and Growlers Image

    Windsor Economic Development Assists Howlers & Growlers Restaurant, Opening in Windsor This Month

    Town of Windsor Economic Development is announcing the opening of Howlers & Growlers, a new family friendly restaurant and taphouse that has been two years in the making. Howlers & Growlers is scheduled to open between Oct. 14 and 18. Read on...
  40. Artist Chris Bates smiling in front of art mural

    Upcoming Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Celebrate the First Community Art Mural

    The Windsor Arts Commission invites the public to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebrate the completion of the town’s first community art mural on Friday, Oct. 14, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the 408 Exchange Tavern, 408 Main St. Read on...
  41. Picture #2 Ditch Trail at sunset

    Windsor Residents Encouraged to Participate in #2 Ditch Trail Trivia Adventure

    The Town of Windsor’s Open Space & Trails will host an interactive event to celebrate the completion of the #2 Ditch Trail and promote its connectivity through town. Read on...
  42. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Death of Person near Poudre River Trailhead on Colorado Blvd. Considered Not Suspicious

    Investigators with the Windsor Police Department have determined that the death of an individual discovered early Thursday morning is not suspicious in nature and foul play is not suspected. Read on...
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    Windsor Residents Encouraged to Protect Local Waterways by Properly Disposing of Yard Waste

    Town of Windsor residents are encouraged to dispose yard waste properly and keep roadways clear when street sweepers are in the area. Read on...
  44. Wind spinner in front of Dickey&#39s farmhouse

    Town of Windsor to Gather Public Input for Historic Halfway Homestead Future Site Plans

    A public input gathering is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 11 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at 33327 County Rd 15 for residents to view the proposed site plan designs for the Historic Halfway Homestead Read on...
  45. Windsor Police Car

    Windsor Police Department Investigating Deceased Body Found at Trailhead near Colorado Blvd.

    On Thursday, Sept. 29 at approximately 7:44 a.m., a deceased person was discovered at the Poudre River Trailhead near River West Dr. and Colorado Blvd. Read on...
  46. 09-2022_Fall Clean Up

    Windsor Fall 2022 Clean-Up Event Scheduled for October 14 & 15

    Windsor Utilities is hosting the Fall 2022 Clean-Up event Oct. 14 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Public Services facility located at 922 N. 15th St. An original voucher is required in order to participate. Read on...
  47. Aerial of Boardwalk Park

    Windsor Launches Effort to Update Comprehensive Plan, Hosts Expert Speaker Panel

    The 2022 Comprehensive Plan Visionary Event on Thursday, Oct. 6 will launch efforts to update the Town of Windsor’s Comprehensive Plan and allow the opportunity to attend an expert speaker panel on community development moderated by Mayor Paul Rennemeyer. Read on...
  48. 3 boys analyzing soil

    Windsor History Museum to Host Community BioBlitz Event

    The Town of Windsor History Museum is scheduled to host a community BioBlitz event to help residents understand Windsor’s biodiversity and identify species. Read on...
  49. Halloween Carnival 2019. A person dressed up at a witch giving a kid candy.

    Town of Windsor Seeking Sponsors for Halloween Carnival

    The Windsor History Museum is accepting sponsors for its annual Halloween Carnival scheduled Saturday, Oct. 29 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Windsor History Museum located at Boardwalk Park at 100 N. 5th Street. Read on...
  50. Artist Chris Bates painting the Town of Windsor’s first community art piece in action.

    Town of Windsor’s First Community Art Piece Underway

    The Town of Windsor’s first community art piece is in progress. The Windsor Arts Commission selected local artist Chris Bates as the first-ever commissioned community artist to create a mural for the town. Read on...
  51. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Modify VIN Service Schedule for September, 2022

    In September, the Windsor Police Department will continue offering its regularly scheduled VIN services on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on a first-come-first-served basis. Read on...
  52. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Town of Windsor Facility Closures in Observance of Labor Day

    Town of Windsor facilities will be closed on Monday, Sept. 5 in observance of Labor Day. Read on...
  53. Art Live promotional sign

    Town of Windsor’s Arts Commission Presents New Event Series: ART LIVE!

    The Town of Windsor Arts Commission is kicking off its new event series ART LIVE! that allows residents to watch professional artists create artwork live and engage with artists and the Windsor Arts Commission. Read on...
  54. Two kids on a ride at the Harvest Fest Vendor Fair 2021

    Windsor Harvest Festival Schedule of Events Announced for Labor Day Weekend

    The fall festival season kicks off Labor Day weekend with the 100th Annual Windsor Harvest Festival, happening Saturday, Sept. 3 through Monday, Sept. 5. Read on...
  55. Three volunteers drinking water near volunteer refreshment booth

    Town of Windsor Calls for Harvest Festival Volunteers

    To make this year’s fall festival a success, the Town of Windsor Volunteer Program is seeking volunteers, from Saturday, Sept. 3 through Monday, Sept. 5. Read on...
  56. Child runs on Windsor trail

    Windsor Town Board Refers Open Space Sales Tax Measure to November Ballot

    On Monday, August 22, Windsor’s Town Board referred a 0.25% open space sales tax increase to the November 2022 ballot, which would cost a consumer 2.5 cents on a ten-dollar purchase of taxable items. Read on...
  57. Windsor Matters Newsletter Harvest Fest Special Edition

    August Special Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Celebrate the 100th annual Windsor Harvest Festival Saturday September 3rd through Monday September 5th. Learn more in this special edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  58. Size Up Windsor News Image

    Windsor Economic Development Launches New Tool to Support Local Businesses

    Town of Windsor Economic Development is announcing SizeUp, a new software tool to assist local businesses by providing powerful market research and business intelligence. Read on...
  59. Windsor Police Car

    Windsor Police Department Plans to Close Office Early on Monday

    The Windsor Police Department front parking lot will be closed on Monday, August 15, and the building will close at 3 p.m. As always, officers will remain on duty. The closure is due to a planned reception honoring the memory of Officer Powell. Read on...
  60. Ty Powell End of Watch Ride to Remember

    Windsor Police Host Public Reception in Memory of Fallen Officer

    On August 15, around 4 p.m., a group of motorcycle riders from the Ride to Remember will escort a 40-foot memorial trailer showcasing the photos and names of 2021 fallen officers to the Windsor Police Department in memory of Officer Ty Powell. Read on...
  61. Community Recreation Center

    Windsor Community Recreation Center Closed for Maintenance August 14-21

    The Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St., will be closed from Sunday, August 14 through Sunday, August 21 for maintenance and deep cleaning. Read on...
  62. 2022 Fall Activity Guide front cover

    Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Cultures 2022 Fall Activity Guide Now Available

    The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department’s 2022 Fall Activity Guide is now available digitally. Read on...
  63. Windsor lake and rental gear

    Windsor Lake Cleared to Reopen Saturday, July 30

    On Friday, July 29, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) cleared the Town of Windsor to reopen Windsor Lake to the public. Read on...
  64. Boardwalk Park

    Windsor Identifies Additional Parking Opportunities for Boardwalk Park Events

    Last November, Windsor’s Town Board committed to prioritizing the identification and improvement of downtown public parking options. That direction set in motion a commitment of effort, time and money, to ensure that downtown parking remains ample. Read on...
  65. Main St. Windsor Aerial

    Windsor Moves to Improve Traffic Flow on Highway 392

    Situated between Fort Collins and Greeley, the Town of Windsor spans just 26.2 square miles across and its major east-west thoroughfares are impacted significantly by pass-through commuter traffic. At least that’s what Windsor staff think. Read on...
  66. 106 6th Street

    Windsor Identifies Initial Downtown Parking Improvements Near Boardwalk Park

    At the end of this year, the Town of Windsor will have improved parking opportunities and will be very close to using its entire 2022 parking budget. Read on...
  67. Public Works street division patching asphalt

    Public Works Streets Division Reminds Drivers to Use Caution as Summer Street Maintenance Begins

    The Town of Windsor Public Works Street Division will begin asphalt patching and street striping operations in July and August. Read on...
  68. Volunteer picks up trash

    Town of Windsor Hosts First Community Volunteer Days

    The Town Manager’s office is sponsoring a new initiative called Windsor Community Volunteer Days. Read on...
  69. Volunteering event

    Town of Windsor Launches New Volunteer Program

    To build a spirit of community service and provide meaningful volunteer opportunities for Windsor residents, the Town of Windsor recently launched a new volunteer program. Read on...
  70. Police car outside Windsor PD

    New Municipal Ordinance Regarding LSVs Announced

    A new ordinance has been added to the Town of Windsor Municipal Code regarding low-speed electric vehicles on public roadways. Similar ordinances have implemented across the state of Colorado. Read on...
  71. Staff fencing lake windsor

    Windsor Lake Tests Positive for Blue-Green Algae

    On Friday, July 15, 2022, the Town of Windsor closed access to the Windsor Lake beach and dog park until further notice. Read on...
  72. Child holding leaf

    Survey Link Released to Collect Input Regarding Potential Sales Tax Ballot Measure

    Today, Thursday, July 14, the Town of Windsor released a survey to collect input into a potential sales tax ballot measure. Read on...
  73. Bicyclist in a Windsor open space

    Town of Windsor Surveys Residents Regarding Potential Sales Tax Ballot Measure

    On Thursday, July 14, the Town of Windsor is launching a survey to assess public sentiment regarding a potential sales tax ballot measure to create a dedicated funding source for the acquisition and maintenance of open space. Read on...
  74. Phone displaying HAPPiFEET app

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department Launches Customer Satisfaction App

    The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department launched a new public-facing app, HAPPiFEET on Monday, July 11. Read on...
  75. Ken Bennett

    Bennett to Host Community Conversation

    Windsor residents and business owners are invited to join District 3 Representative Ken Bennett to discuss ideas and ask questions during a Community Conversation event planned for Saturday, July 23, from 8 to 9:30 a.m., at Coffee House 29. Read on...
  76. Windsor Lake and Parks and Rec Month Logo

    Windsor Celebrates National “We Rise Up for Parks and Recreation Month”

    This July, join the Town of Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Department for Park and Recreation Month, a celebration of ways that the Town of Windsor is stronger, more vibrant and more resilient because of parks and recreation. Read on...
  77. Fireworks

    The Town of Windsor Announces July 4 Festivities & Facility Hours

    In observance of Independence Day, the Town of Windsor hosts its annual Fourth of July fireworks display at Windsor Lake with numerous activities planned throughout the day. Read on...
  78. Windsor Matters Newsletter logo over image of fireworks.

    July Special Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Celebrate the 4th at Boardwalk Park! Learn more about this years Fourth of July celebration in this special edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  79. Police Car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Seek Information about Arson Suspects

    Investigators from the Windsor Police Department are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying individuals suspected of starting two fires in Windsor. Read on...
  80. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Investigate Monday Morning Incident

    On Monday, June 13, at approximately 5 a.m., a citizen was at Chimney Park, 200 E. Chestnut St., and was confronted by a male because the victim’s dog was not on a leash. Read on...
  81. Windsor Police Car

    Shooting in the 1000 block of Indian Trail Drive

    On June 10, 2022, at approximately 8:20 p.m., the Windsor Police Department responded to the 1000 block of Indian Trail Drive. Read on...
  82. Movies in the Park 2016

    Windsor Movies in the Park to begin June 10

    The Town of Windsor’s annual Movies in the Park series will begin Friday, June 10, and will continue through September 4 Read on...
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    June Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Summer is here! Learn more about staying safe and keeping summer fun in this months edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  84. Aerial view of construction site with crane

    Town Upgrades Processes at Wastewater Treatment Facility with Biosolids Improvement Project

    Construction of the Biosolids Improvement Project is currently underway and on-schedule at Windsor’s Wastewater Treatment Facility. Construction began in January 2022, and it is expected to be completed early summer of 2023. Read on...
  85. Memorial Day written on an image of the American flag.

    Memorial Day Public Facility Hours Announced

    On Monday, May 30, Windsor’s Community Recreation Center and administrative offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day. The Windsor Police Department administrative offices will be closed, but officers will remain on duty. Read on...
  86. Farmers Market 2022

    Windsor Farmers Market Begins June 4

    The Town of Windsor’s Farmers Market begins on June 4 and runs through September 3 on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Boardwalk Park, 100 N. 5th St. Read on...
  87. Poudre River in spring

    Windsor Water Utility Shares Consumer Confidence Report

    The Safe Drinking Water Act was established in 1974 to protect the quality of drinking water in the United States, and it focuses on water designed for drinking use, also known as potable water. Read on...
  88. Windsor History Museum building

    Town of Windsor History Museum Opens Memorial Day Weekend

    The Town of Windsor History Museum,100 N 5th St., opens for the summer season on Friday, May 27. Read on...
  89. Chimney Park Pool aerial view photo from the summer.

    Windsor’s Chimney Park Pool Opens May 28

    The Town of Windsor’s Chimney Park Pool, 421 Chimney Park Dr., opens for the summer season from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 28 Read on...
  90. Band performing at Boardwalk Park during 2021 Summer Concert Series

    Windsor Summer Concert Series Kicks Off June 2

    The Town of Windsor’s Summer Concert Series begins June 2 and continues through August 18 on Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the bandshell in Boardwalk Park, 100 N. 5th St. Read on...
  91. Mayor Rennemeyer speaks at the 2021 Memorial Day ceremony

    Memorial Day Ceremony Scheduled at Windsor’s Lakeview Cemetery

    In honor of military personnel laid to rest in Lakeview Cemetery, a Memorial Day ceremony will be held Monday, May 30, weather permitting. Read on...
  92. Child bikes through an obstacle course

    Windsor Police, Optimist Club Host Community Bike Night

    The Windsor Police Department and Optimist Club of Windsor will host Bike Night at Boardwalk Park, Thursday, May 26, from 6 to 8 p.m. Bike Night is a free community event. Read on...
  93. Police car parked in front of the Windsor Police Department office.

    Windsor Police Host Traffic Safety Enforcement Campaign

    On Wednesday, May 18, the Windsor Police Department will be conducting a traffic safety and enforcement operation. A larger than usual police presence can be expected throughout the day. Read on...
  94. Exquisite Miniatures

    Town of Windsor Museums To Open Exquisite Miniatures Exhibition by Wes and Rachelle Siegrist

    The Town of Windsor Museums will feature the art exhibition, Exquisite Miniatures, at the Art & Heritage Center, 116 5th St., from May 15 to August 14. Read on...
  95. Chimney Park Pool aerial view photo from the summer.

    Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Culture Offering Chimney Park Pool Membership Sale

    The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department will begin offering multiple Chimney Park Pool membership sales this month. Read on...
  96. Arial view of Kyger Reservoir

    Dive into Water Conservation this May

    This May, Mayor Paul Rennemeyer is partnering with town staff to host Windsor Water Conservation Month to promote awareness about ways residents can be waterwise every day. Read on...
  97. Windsor&#39s Art and Heritage Center

    Town of Windsor Museums Seek Artists for Upcoming Community Art Exhibition

    The Town of Windsor Museums is seeking regional artists to submit their artwork for the 8th annual community art exhibition, “Black & White.” Read on...
  98. Electronics recycling

    Windsor Utility Customers Invited to Spring Clean-Up Event May 13, 14

    Windsor Utility customers are invited to participate in the Spring Clean-Up event May 13 and 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will be held at the Public Services facility, 922 N. 15th St., and is limited to Windsor Utility customers. Read on...
  99. Outside of Windsor Town Hall during late spring

    Windsor Seeks Candidates to Fill Board and Commission Vacancies

    Applications are currently being accepted through 5 p.m. Friday, May 6, for the following boards and commissions: Downtown Development Authority, Board of Adjustments, Historic Preservation Commission, Planning Commission, Tree Board. Read on...
  100. Prescription drug containers in front of the police department

    Windsor Police Department Hosts Prescription Drug Take Back Day, Apr. 30

    Unused or expired prescription medications are a public safety issue and proper disposal of unused drugs can save lives and protect the environment. Read on...
  101. Employee checking electric box

    Xcel Energy Hosts Open House for New North Windsor Substation

    Windsor residents and businesses are invited to a public open house to learn more about Xcel Energy’s Avery Substation, which will be located in north Windsor and will soon be providing electric service to our community. Read on...
  102. Water Service Interruption Map

    Water Service Interruption Planned for Raindance, Hilltop Estates

    The Town of Windsor issued a water service interruption notice to residents in the Raindance, Hilltop Estates and South Hill Subdivisions for work happening from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., on Wednesday, April 20. Read on...
  103. Front view photo of the Windsor Community Recreation Center

    Easter Closure Planned for Town of Windsor Community Recreation Center and Art & Heritage Center

    The Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St., and Art and Heritage Center, 116 5th St., will be closed on Sunday, April 17, in observance of Easter. Read on...
  104. Main Park American Elm

    Arbor Day Foundation Recognizes Windsor as a Tree City USA

    Windsor was named a 2021 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation to honor its commitment to effective urban forest management. Windsor achieved Tree City USA recognition by meeting the program’s four requirements. Read on...
  105. Windsor Police Car

    Windsor Police Post an Update on Saturday’s Traffic Fatality

    On April 2, 2022 at approximately 6:35 p.m., the Windsor Police Department responded to the 9600 block of Eastman Park Drive to a report of a motor vehicle crash with injuries. Read on...
  106. Town Board Chamber

    Preliminary Results from Windsor’s 2022 Municipal Election Released

    The Town of Windsor election to determine representatives for municipal Districts 2 and 4 was held Tuesday, April 5. Read on...
  107. WindsorMatters_Thumbnail

    April Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Spring Clean up day is right around the corner! Learn more about what you can bring to dispose of in this months edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  108. Front cover of Summer 2022 Parks, Recreation, and Culture Activity Guide

    Windsor’s Parks, Recreation & Cultures Summer 2022 Activity Guide Now Available

    The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department’s Summer 2022 Activity Guide is now available digitally. Read on...
  109. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Respond to Traffic Accident

    Officers from the Windsor Police Department responded to a traffic accident in the 9600 block of Eastman Park Dr., on Saturday, April 2, at approximately 6:38 p.m. A 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee was traveling westbound and struck pedestrians Read on...
  110. A woman aiming an archery bow toward a target butt

    Windsor Archery Range Temporarily Closed for Construction

    The Windsor Archery Range, located at Highway 257 & Poudre Trail Drive., will have temporary closures starting Monday, April 4 through Friday, April 8 due to construction for planned improvements. Read on...
  111. Windsor&#39s Art and Heritage Center

    Town of Windsor Museums Seek Artists for Upcoming Community Art Exhibition

    The Town of Windsor Museums is seeking regional artists to submit their artwork for the 8th annual community art exhibition, “Black & White.” Read on...
  112. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Respond to Incident at Windsor Charter Academy, Threat Deemed Not Credible

    On March 18, 2022 at approximately 3:00 p.m., the Windsor Police Department responded to the Windsor Charter Academy in response to a report of a bomb threat. It was quickly determined that the incident was a hoax. Read on...
  113. Vandalism Graffiti at Eastman Skate Park of a peace sign on skating bowl

    Eastman Skate Park Graffiti Damage Discovered, Windsor Police Calling for Public Assistance

    The Windsor Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in connection with the graffiti damage that was discovered at Eastman Skate Park, located at 7025 Eastman Drive. Read on...
  114. Town Board Member Barry Wilson

    Windsor Town Board Member Barry Wilson to Host Community Conversation

    Windsor residents and business owners are invited to join District 2 Town Board Member Barry Wilson to discuss ideas and ask questions during a Community Conversation event planned for Tuesday, March 22, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Read on...
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    Science-based Organizations to Host Free Super Science Celebration

    On Saturday, April 2, from 10 a.m. to noon, the Town of Windsor Museums will host Super Science Celebration at the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St. Read on...
  116. Windsor&#39s Art and Heritage Center

    Exhibit Featuring Weld RE-4 Student Art Opens April 1 in Windsor

    Staff from Windsor’s Culture Division have partnered with Weld RE-4 elementary school art teachers to curate a student exhibition, scheduled for display at the Art & Heritage Center on weekends from Friday, April 1 through Sunday, April 24. Read on...
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    Special Open Space & Trails Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    Shape how you live, play and move on our open spaces and trails by giving your feedback on several plans currently in the works. Learn how to join the conversation in this special digital edition of the Windsor Matters newsletter. Read on...
  118. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Admin Offices Closed on Presidents Day, Rec Center Remains Open

    Town of Windsor administrative offices will be closed on Monday, Feb. 21, in observance of Presidents Day. This includes Windsor’s Town Hall, Public Services, and the Police Department. The Windsor Community Recreation Center will remain open. Read on...
  119. Special Olympics participants running into Windsor Lake at 2021 Polar Plunge event

    Special Olympics Colorado to Host Windsor Polar Plunge & 5k, April 9

    Plunge into freezing cold water, run a 5k or do both at Windsor Lake Beach on Saturday, April 9. Read on...
  120. Windsor Town Hall with sunshine and snow

    Windsor Town Board Adopts Resolution to Address Water Utility Rate Billing Error

    Windsor’s Town Board adopted resolution 2022-06 at the regularly scheduled meeting on Feb. 14. to address an error implementing the 2021 potable water rates. Read on...
  121. Police car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor Police Pledge to Support DUI Patrols this Weekend

    To keep impaired drivers off the road this weekend, Windsor Police will participate in The Heat Is On Super Bowl Weekend DUI enforcement period, led by the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Colorado State Patrol. Read on...
  122. Colorful Fireworks

    Windsor Seeks Pyrotechnic Bidders for 4th of July Fireworks

    The Parks, Recreation & Culture Department has begun soliciting pyrotechnic bidders for its 2022 July 4 fireworks display scheduled to be launched from the north side of Windsor Lake on July 4. Additional Info...
  123. A photo of Windsor Town Hall, including the flag post with the American Flag and Colorado State

    Town of Windsor Publishes Election Information for 2022 Municipal Election

    The Town of Windsor has published candidate information for the upcoming municipal election on their website. The 2022 municipal election includes town board positions for districts two, four and six. Read on...
  124. 02-2022_Stacy Miller

    Miller to Chair Economic Development Council of Colorado Board of Directors

    The Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) recently announced its 2022 Board of Directors, chaired by the Town of Windsor’s Economic Development Director Stacy Miller. Read on...
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    February Edition of Windsor Matters Now Available

    The Windsor Police Department and Windsor Severance Fire Rescue urge residents to keep off the ice on area lakes during the winter. Learn more in this edition of the Windsor Matters newsletter. Read on...
  126. Children lined up next to each other showing their basketball CARA award

    Windsor Youth Participate, Advance to Next Round of CARA Basketball Skills Challenge

    The Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department hosted the annual Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics (CARA) Basketball Skills Challenge on Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Windsor Community Recreation Center, 250 N. 11th St. Additional Info...
  127. Commander Robert Holt taking the Oath of Office.

    Windsor Police Announces Promotion of Five Officers, Presents Others with Life-Saving Award

    The Windsor Police Department honored several of their own this month in separate ceremonies to recognize their service. Read on...
  128. PRC_Windsor Colorado No Smoking

    Windsor Bans Smoking and Vaping in Recreation Areas Starting January 1, 2020

    The Town of Windsor is set to ban smoking and vapor inhalation in Town-owned recreation areas on January 1, 2020 in an effort to provide for the public health, safety and welfare of the community. Read on...
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