Parks, Recreation & Culture

Posted on: January 30, 2017

Windsor to Begin Farmers Market Pavilion Construction January 30

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The Town of Windsor will begin construction on the new Farmers Market Pavilion at Boardwalk Park Monday, Jan. 30.

While the Parks, Recreation & Culture Department finalizes its contractor search, work will begin Monday on the site with the demolition of the former Firehouse Museum’s cement pad.

The new structure will be approximately 84’ long by 50’ wide, and will complement the Boardwalk Park Band Shell built in 2016.


Town staff members look to have the structure completed in time to kick off the revival of the Windsor Farmers Market in June, as outlined in the 2016-18 Strategic Plan.

“As part of our commitment to provide diverse, desirable recreation and cultural opportunities in Windsor, Town Board included the establishment of a viable downtown Farmers Market as an initiative in the 2016-18 Strategic Plan,” said Eric Lucas, director of Parks, Recreation & Culture.

“We’re excited to build a home for the Farmers Market, while also providing another Boardwalk Park venue option for our community.”

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