Maps & Data

 Here is information on the demographics of the Town of Windsor, some helpful maps of the area, the area infrastructure and some of our major employers.

Data

 

Major Employers - some of the major Employers in Windsor are;

Some Business activity reporting and information on the Town of Windsor,
 

through these following links

 Windsor / Weld County Business Enterprise Zone information and map


    The following informational links is information on the Weld County - Windsor Sub Zone for the Business Enterprise Zone  

Win

dsor Business Parks Map - Showing current commercial and industrial parks in the Town of Windsor 

 

​Infrastructure:


 

Airports


    We have 4 Airports in the area for your travel needs that we have provided links for you to access their websites. 

​Maps


Taxes


Colorado ranks 48th among the 50 states in tax revenues compared to personal income. The State ranks 18th, with per capita state and local taxes averaging 5% lower than the national average.

Because of its extensive oil and gas activity, Weld County has been able to maintain a real estate property tax level that is significantly lower than the surrounding areas. This translates into a competitive advantage for businesses.

Retail Sales Tax
2.9% State of Colorado (excluding food)
None Weld County
3.3% City of Greeley (including food)
3-4% Local Municipalities – varies

State Corporate and Personal Income Tax

4.63% of Federal Taxable Income

Inventories, Goods in Transit and Intangibles

Not taxed in Colorado and there is no franchise tax

Property Taxes

Industrial/commercial property (buildings, land and equipment) is assessed at 29% of market value (based on a variety of factors). The state does not levy a property tax; however, counties throughout the state do. In Weld County there are 150 tax districts that overlap in a way that creates over 1,522 different tax areas and therefore mill levies which range from approximately 60.000 mills to 148.000 mills. The mill levy represents the dollars levied for each $1,000 of assessed value. For example, with a mill levy of 95.000 mills, the property owner would pay $95.00 for every $1,000 in assessed value.

State Unemployment Insurance

Unemployment insurance tax liability is based on the taxable wage base, which is the first $10,000 of each worker’s wage. If covered for the first time, the tax rate will be 1.7% of the wage base or a rate equal to the industry average, whichever is greater. Upon the 3rd and 4th years of coverage, the rate is changed to a computed rate based on the employer’s individual experience.


Utilities

The following companies supply the Utilities for the Town of Windsor.  The following links and maps are provided for helpful information. 

Workforce


The following links give you access to the local workforce centers.