This past year, we reached out to you for feedback to help shape Windsor’s future through the
Citizen Survey (page 4). I want to thank you for taking the time to provide input.
I’m proud to report that 92 percent of residents rate the overall quality of life in Windsor as
good or excellent, and 95 percent rank Windsor as an excellent or good place to live. I want to
commend the Town of Windsor employees for all of their contributions to the quality of life of our
community (page 3).
While we have much to celebrate, we are faced with challenges. The town saw a decline in the areas of mobility and transportation (page 6). Town Board is very aware of our growth, and we are working with town staff to ensure we plan for infrastructure needs to serve our existing and future development.
You also identified two areas of focus for the next two years: Safety and the Economy. Economic Development Director Stacy Johnson and Chief of Police Richard Klimek will lead efforts to keep these areas front-of-mind (page 10).
My fellow Town Board Members and I value the information you provided in the Citizen Survey — and any feedback we receive — and we use it to make data-driven decisions. The decisions we make today, impact the Windsor of tomorrow.
Government is a collaborative effort; this is our town, and together we can accomplish great things for Windsor