Town News
  1. A photo of two girls taking the Polar Plunge in a lake

    Special Olympics Colorado’s Polar Plunge Series Comes to Windsor

    Special Olympics Colorado, Colorado’s premier sports organization for individuals with intellectual disabilities, is thrilled to host its annual Polar Plunge presented by Westerra Credit Union at Windsor Lake, 100 N. 5th St., on March 27, from 11am-2pm. Read on...
  2. Future Legends sports park design

    Eastman Park Corridor Visioning Workshop to Help Guide Future Windsor Development

    The Town of Windsor is hosting two virtual public meetings to gather community and stakeholder input on the Eastman Park Corridor project. Read on...
  3. Tree at Boardwalk Park

    Colorado Tree Coalition to Fund Tree Planting Project at Windsor Parks

    The Colorado Tree Coalition has awarded a $4,000 grant to the Town of Windsor for the funding of a tree planting project at Boardwalk Park and Eastman Park. Read on...
  4. Town Hall_Closures

    Town of Windsor Administrative Offices Closed on Presidents Day, Recreation Center Remains Open

    Town of Windsor administrative offices will be closed on Monday, February 15, in observance of Presidents Day. This includes Town Hall, Public Services, and Police Department Admin Offices. The Community Recreation Center will operate under normal hours. Read on...
  5. Police Car outside Windsor PD

    Windsor PD Directs Residents to New Tool Amid Increased Reports of Unemployment Fraud

    “It’s surprising how there has been a rise in fraudulent unemployment claims and other instances of fraud and identity theft since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Commander Lopez of the Windsor Police Department. Read on...
  6. Mobile Phone that has Nosh Noco logo on the screen.

    Windsor Continues Local Businesses Support Through Food Delivery Partnership

    The Town of Windsor is partnering with a regional food delivery service in an effort to help local businesses better serve customers in a pandemic market. Interested restaurants will be able to offer customers food delivery without large profit cuts. Read on...
  7. 5 Star Certification Program

    5 Star State Certification Now Available to Windsor Businesses in both Larimer and Weld County

    Businesses receiving this certification have committed to providing their customers a safe experience while in their establishments and have completed the necessary requirements of the program. Read on...
  8. Town Hall_Closures

    Advisory Boards Important, Declining Participation Concerns Windsor’s Town Clerk

    Windsor’s volunteer boards and commission have long-served an important role in local government as members help guide staff regarding various taxpayer projects and initiatives. Read on...
  9. Brewer pours a glass of beer at Mighty River Brewing.

    Windsor Plans to Distribute Relief Funds to its Weld County Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

    Eligible small businesses in Windsor that have been impacted by COVID-19 restrictions might be eligible for a one-time relief payment program for their business through the COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund approved by Senate Bill 20B-001. Read on...
  10. Photo of keyboard with post it note that says register for munirevs

    Windsor Finance Department Launches Online Sales Tax and Business Licensing Tool

    The Town of Windsor Finance Department has launched a new online sales tax and business licensing tool. The new system, called MUNIRevs, allows Windsor and businesses located within the community to go paperless with licensing and sales tax collections. Read on...
  11. Town_ Coronavirus Press Release

    State Announces Level Orange Framework, Loosens Capacity Restrictions Effective Monday

    The Town of Windsor is complying with guidelines issued by the state and the loosening of restrictions moves the Town of Windsor to Level Orange: High Risk effective Jan. 4, 2021. Read on...
  12. Outside of Windsor Town Hall during late spring

    Holiday Closures Announced for the Town of Windsor

    In observance of the Christmas and New Year holidays, Town of Windsor administrative offices and the Community Recreation Center will have modified holiday hours. Read on...
  13. Christmas Tree Recycling Program

    Town of Windsor Offers Residential Christmas Tree Recycling Program

    Windsor residents are encouraged to keep their live Christmas trees out of the landfill after the holiday season comes to a close and participate in the town’s residential Christmas tree recycling program. Read on...
  14. Police Car outside Windsor PD

    Town of Windsor Addresses Anonymous Letter

    In the late spring, Windsor’s Town Manager and the town’s presiding Mayor received an anonymous letter alleging concerns over gender equity internal to the Windsor Police Department. The letter recently resurfaced. Read on...
  15. Person gets COVID testing at a drive through testing location.

    COVID-19 Rapid Response Team Offers Testing for Windsor, Surrounding Areas

    A COVID-19 testing site will be open at Eastman Park in Windsor starting Monday, December 21 and running through December 31. Testing, which will be at 7025 Eastman Park Drive, Windsor, 80550, is open to the public. Read on...
  16. Outside of Windsor Mill in the snow.

    Town of Windsor Moves to Highest Tier of Colorado Department of Local Affairs’ Main Street program

    The Department of Local Affairs’ (DOLA) Colorado Main Street Program has escalated the Town of Windsor to the top tier of their ranking system. Read on...
  17. County Road 13 with message board reading &#34Use Detour&#34

    Short-term County Road 13 Closure South of Highway 392 Begins Dec. 14

    Starting December 14, Weld County Road 13/Colorado Boulevard between Highway 392 and the Poudre River Trail’s Frank State Wildlife Trailhead will close for work related to a City of Thornton water project. Read on...
  18. Officer Hogsett with a Santa Cops donation box

    Windsor Police Department Partners with Santa Cops of Weld County

    The Windsor Police Department has partnered with Santa Cops of Weld County. Gifts can be dropped off between now and Thursday, December 17, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Windsor Police Department. Read on...
  19. Veterans salute a large American flag

    Veterans Day Office Closures Announced for the Town of Windsor

    Town of Windsor administrative offices will be closed on Wednesday, November 11, in observance of Veterans Day. This includes Town Hall, Public Services and the Police Department. Read on...
  20. Someone caught on camera stealing a package

    Windsor Police Launch New Crime Prevention Program, Asks Residents to Register Cameras

    It happens everywhere. Packages are taken off of porches, parked vehicles get hit, and criminals knock on a neighbor’s door to see if they are home. Criminals have always been opportunists—looking for easy ways to burglarize. Read on...
  21. Traffic on 7th Street

    Moving Forward with 7th Street and Walnut Street Improvement Planning

    The Town of Windsor 2019 Transportation Master Plan identified two areas as key corridors in need of enhanced safety and mobility for people driving, walking and biking. Efforts began in August 2020 to further research and collect public feedback. Read on...
  22. Police Car outside Windsor PD

    Multi-Agency Effort Leads to Arrest of Windsor Man for Alleged Child Pornography Charges

    On October 30 at 8 a.m., Windsor Police Department Detectives working in cooperation with investigators from Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, the Loveland Police Department, and United States Department of Homeland Security served a search warrant Read on...
  23. Early morning in downtown Windsor

    Town of Windsor Asks Residents to Direct Street Lighting Concerns to Local Energy Providers

    November 1 marks the end of daylight saving time, where clocks are turned back one hour. With the time shift and seasonal light changes, outdoor lighting may need to be adjusted. Read on...
  24. Windsor Matters Halloween 2020 Special Edition Cover

    Boo! Special Halloween Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    Get tips on trick-or-treating during the pandemic, how to keep yourself and your kids safe this Halloween and more in this special digital newsletter. Read on...
  25. The No Shave logo shown on an image of the police building.

    Windsor Police Participate in No Shave November to Support Special Olympics Athletes

    Members of the Windsor Police Department might seem less shaven or they might don blue streaked hair this month. That’s because it’s No Shave November, a month dedicated to supporting more than 15,500 Colorado Special Olympic athletes. Read on...
  26. The Honorable Harold Stoll

    Windsor to Recognize Former Mayor Harold Stoll on His 100th Birthday

    If you have a chance to sit with Windsor’s former Mayor Harold Stoll, you soon realize that the spry 99-year old has a lot to talk about. Stoll is set to celebrate his 100th birthday on Monday, October 26. Read on...
  27. Halloween Carnival

    Celebrate Halloween in Windsor with Upcoming Community Events

    Celebrate Halloween in Windsor with free and low-cost activities for the whole family. Tour the Lakeview Cemetery, dive for a pumpkin and don’t forget to trick-or-treat at the Windsor History Museum. Here are a few upcoming events to put on your calendar. Read on...
  28. 10-2020_PD

    Windsor Police Host Prescription Drug Take Back Day

    The Windsor Police Department, 200 N. 11th St., will help residents safely dispose of unused and expired prescription medications during National Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, Oct. 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Read on...
  29. street sweeper on road

    Town of Windsor Streets, Storm Drainage Division Releases Interactive Street Sweeping Map

    The Town of Windsor Streets and Storm Drainage Division is releasing a new interactive map to allow residents to be better informed about town street sweeping operations. Read on...
  30. 10-2020_Budget-Newsletter

    October Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    Learn more about the annual budget process, voluntary water conservation measures and National Prescription Drug Take Back Day in the newest edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  31. horsetooth reservoir at dusk

    Residents Asked to Voluntarily Reduce Outdoor Watering Starting October 1

    Due to required field maintenance and rehabilitation work at Horsetooth Reservoir, residents are asked to limit outdoor watering beginning October 1. Read on...
  32. Fall Leaves, town street

    Town Streets & Storm Drainage Division Reminds Residents to Responsibly Dispose of Fall Leaves

    Proper leaf collection and disposal not only keeps neighborhoods clean and welcoming, but it also makes them safer, more environmentally friendly and allows the Town’s Streets & Storm Drainage Division to maintain Town streets more efficiently. Read on...
  33. Windsor Lake Historic photo

    Town to Hold Windsor Lake Dedication September 14

    In July of 1979, the Town of Windsor was officially gifted 86 shares of Kern Reservoir, what is now present day Windsor Lake. The reservoir shares were gifted from the Kodak Corporation Colorado branch which established in Windsor in the late 1960s. Read on...
  34. Community Recreation Center

    Windsor Parks Recreation & Culture Announces Extended Facility Hours

    Windsor Parks Recreation & Culture announces extended facility hours for the Community Recreation Center, Chimney Park Pool and the Windsor History Museum. Read on...
  35. Fall Clean Up, cleaning up yard waste

    Windsor Utility Customers Invited to Fall Clean-Up Event October 2, 3

    Windsor Utility customers are invited to participate in the 2020 Fall Clean-Up event October 2 and 3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read on...
  36. Outside of Windsor Town Hall during late spring

    Labor Day Closures Planned for Town of Windsor Facilities

    Town of Windsor facilities will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7 in observance of Labor Day. This includes Windsor’s Town Hall, the Community Recreation Center, the Public Services campus, Chimney Park Pool, and the Police Department administrative offices. Read on...
  37. Public Services Campus in Windsor

    Town of Windsor to Hold Public Services Facility Dedication, Open House September 10

    The Town of Windsor will hold a dedication and open house for the Public Services facility Thursday, September 10 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at 922 North 15th St. Read on...
  38. Harvest Festival Hot Air Balloons

    Schedule of Events Announced for Labor Day Weekend in Windsor

    Typically, the fall season kicks off Labor Day weekend with the Annual Windsor Harvest Festival. Due to restrictions placed on large gatherings by the State, this year’s festivities will look different but will remain a fun-filled weekend. Read on...
  39. 05-2020_Newsletter News Thumbnail

    Windsor Matters Newsletter: Strategic Plan Special Edition

    A new edition of Windsor Matters has posted to our website. This special edition newsletter highlights information about the Strategic Plan process and give details on ways residents can view the draft plan and provide feedback. Read on...
  40. Larimer County Road 5 Detour Map

    County Road 5 Traffic Flow Improvement Project Scheduled to Begin August 17

    Starting August 17, roadwork is scheduled to begin on Larimer County Road 5 (LCR 5) near Highway 392. These road updates are designed to improve traffic flow along LCR 5 in areas currently susceptible to regular traffic congestion. Read on...
  41. Aerial photo of Windsor

    Windsor Seeks Community Input on Town’s Draft Strategic Plan, Introduces Online Engagement Platform

    With the last strategic plan revised in 2018 and three newly elected Town Board members and a new Mayor, the Town of Windsor is once again revising its Strategic Plan and working to gather public feedback on the draft plan. Read on...
  42. Conference Room photo

    Windsor’s Advisory Boards have Several Vacancies, Applicants Needed

    Possibly due to COVID-19 and the changing landscape of everyday lives, the Town of Windsor has more advisory board vacancies than it has seen in recent years. Advisory board positions are volunteer positions that provide key input into town projects. Read on...
  43. Harmony Road & WCR15 Detour Map

    Harmony Road Closure Scheduled For July 31, August 1

    Weather permitting, the Harmony Road and Weld County Road 15 intersection will be closed Friday, July 31 and Saturday, August 1 for milling and overlay roadwork. This road closure is part of a larger project to improve road conditions along Harmony Road. Read on...
  44. July 2020 Windsor Matters Newsletter Cover

    July Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    It is more important than ever to support our businesses and shop local. Learn how you can help local businesses while keeping yourself safe in the latest edition of the Windsor Matters newsletter. Read on...
  45. Police_Press Release

    Windsor Police Arrest Suspect Involved in Hotel Shooting, Investigation Continues

    A suspect has been arrested for involvement in an early morning shooting at a Windsor, Colorado, hotel. The suspect, identified as 48-year old Johnny Torres, of Casper, Wyoming, was involved in a disturbance with a male victim... Read on...
  46. Police_Press Release (2)

    Windsor Police Respond to Shooting at AmericInn

    On Tuesday, July 7, 2020, at 5:49 a.m., Windsor Police dispatch received a call about an unidentified male who was shot at the AmericInn, located at 7645 Westgate Drive. Police located the victim and he was immediately transferred to the hospital... Read on...
  47. July 2020 Windsor Matters Newsletter Special Edition

    Special July 4th Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    Learn about how you can celebrate the 4th of July safely in Windsor in this special edition of the Windsor Matters newsletter. Read on...
  48. Town Hall_Advisory Board

    Letter to the Community

    Letter to the Community from Mayor Paul Rennemeyer and Town Board: On behalf of the Windsor Town Board, let me be the first to say that we do not condone or accept any form of racism, discrimination, brutality, or inequity.... Read on...
  49. construction worker directing traffic

    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 reminds drivers to slow down in work zones. Read on...
  50. Windsor is moving the location of its fireworks.

    Windsor to Host Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Display, Announces New Location

    Amid COVID-19 public safety concerns and requirements regarding physical distancing and events, the Town of Windsor was faced with two choices. Either the town could cancel the annual community fireworks display or it could find a new, central location. Read on...
  51. Windsor History Museum

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture to Open Windsor History Museum

    In alignment with the state’s latest “Safer at Home” health orders, the Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department will open the Windsor History Museum formerly known as Boardwalk Park Museum to the public on Saturday, June 20. Read on...
  52. Outside of Windsor Town Hall during late spring

    Town of Windsor to Open Town Hall and Police Department Starting Monday, June 15

    On Monday, June 15, Windsor’s Town Hall, 301 Walnut St., and Police Department, 200 N. 11th St., will open to the public for customer service tasks and by-appointment meetings. Read on...
  53. CPW Archery Grant

    Colorado Shooting Range Development Grants Fund Nine Shooting Ranges, Including Kodak Archery Range

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife has awarded $725,000 to nine shooting ranges across Colorado through the agency’s Shooting Range Development Grant Program (SRDG). The funds will go toward developing new shooting ranges and to upgrade existing ranges. Read on...
  54. Water Faucet

    Windsor Water Quality Surpasses State, Federal Standards

    The Town of Windsor Water Quality Report is now available to the public, and concludes that Windsor’s water surpasses federal and state standards. Read on...
  55. Community Recreation Center

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture to Open Facilities with Restrictions Defined by State

    The Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department will re-open the Community Recreation Center, Chimney Park Pool, Windsor Lake rentals, playgrounds and baseball fields to the public on June 8 with safety restrictions imposed by the state. Read on...
  56.  Windsor Farmers Market logo

    Windsor Farmers Market Announces 2020 Dates, New Safety Guidelines

    Windsor’s Farmers Market is back for 2020, offering local produce and goods close to home. The market begins June 20 and runs through September 12 on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Farmers Market Pavilion at Boardwalk Park, 110 5th St. Read on...
  57. June 2020 Windsor Matters Newsletter

    June 2020 Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    Learn how you can keep yourself safe while dining out, get tips on conserving water while keeping your lawn green, and more in this latest edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  58. Kyger Open Space Trail

    Windsor to Open Kyger Open Space Trail May 29

    The town of Windsor, in partnership with Larimer County Department of Natural Resources, will open the Kyger Open Space Trail to the public on Friday, May 29. The new trail is over a one-mile loop of paved and soft trail around the Kyger Reservoir. Read on...
  59. Downtown Windsor

    Windsor’s Economic Development Department Offers Marketing Grants to Local Businesses

    The Town of Windsor has allocated $75,000 to support an Economic Development Mini-Marketing Grant Program. Grants up to $500 will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to Windsor businesses for marketing and advertisement. Read on...
  60. Public Services Campus in Windsor

    National Public Works Week to Take Place May 17-23

    During the May 11 Windsor Town Board meeting, Mayor Paul Rennemeyer signed a proclamation declaring May 17 through May 23 as National Public Works Week. Read on...
  61. Windsor Chamber of Commerce building

    Windsor Chamber of Commerce Announces New Executive Director

    The Windsor Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is proud to announce that Michelle Vance has been named the new Executive Director. She will start her position on June 1, 2020. Read on...
  62. May 2020 Windsor Matters Newsletter

    May 2020 Edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter Now Available

    Newly-elected Mayor Paul Rennemeyer lays out his vision and commitment to Windsor in this new edition of the Windsor Matters Newsletter. Read on...
  63. PRC COVID Update

    Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Provides an Update on Services, Programs and Events

    In alignment with state “Safer at Home” health orders and out of an abundance of caution, the Town of Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department wants to provide an update regarding programs and services. Read on...
  64. 04-2020_TownHall Closeup

    Town of Windsor Committed to Keeping Essential Services Intact, Avoids Lay Offs

    Six weeks have passed with town facilities closed and programs and events cancelled. To date, the Town of Windsor has temporarily reassigned 30 part time positions and placed 9 employees on temporary furlough. Read on...
  65. Town Hall_Closures

    Town of Windsor Moves to “Safer at Home” Level of Physical Distancing

    On Monday, April 27, the Town of Windsor moved from the “Stay at Home” level of restrictions toward the next “Safer at Home” model of physical distancing measures. Read on...
  66. 04-2020_COVID19 Budget

    Town of Windsor Estimates COVID-19 Financial Impacts, Assesses Financial Sustainability

    While there is no way to completely forecast the economic impact COVID-19 will have on the Town of Windsor, municipal staff and Town Board recently took a close look at the 2020 operating budget to plan for a financial worst-case-scenario. Read on...
  67. Town Clerk_Windsor Colorado Elections

    Official Results from Windsor’s 2020 Municipal Election Released

    Windsor’s municipal election was held on April 7. It has been determined that Paul Rennemeyer, having received the highest number of votes tallied at 3,266, has officially been elected to the position of Mayor. Read on...
  68. Town_ Coronavirus Press Release

    Town of Windsor to Host Virtual Community Conversation April 20

    Windsor residents are invited to join the next virtual Community Conversation on Monday, April 20 at 5 p.m. Mayor Kristie Melendez, town department heads and members of Town Board will give updates on the town’s response to COVID-19. Read on...
  69. Recycling Center with multiple collection containers

    Town of Windsor Closes Recycling Center Due to Low Participation, High Operation Costs

    After a long-term program evaluation, the Windsor Town Board made the decision to permanently close the Sorted Materials Recycling Center located at the Public Services Campus, 922 N 15th St. Read on...
  70. Town Hall_Advisory Board

    Windsor Earns Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting

    The Town of Windsor has earned its eleventh annual Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) from the 2018 fiscal year. Read on...
  71. Town Hall_Closures

    Preliminary Results from 2020 Municipal Election Released

    Windsor’s municipal election was held on April 7. The Town Clerk is required to accept ballots from Uniformed and Overseas Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) voters up to eight days after the election. Read on...
  72. 04-2020_Future Legends_CPACE

    Weld County Board of Commissioners Pulls Out of C-PACE Program, Jeopardizes Windsor Sports Complex

    With construction of a 118-acre sports tourism campus underway at the location known as the Diamond Valley, Weld County Commissioners made a last-minute decision to pull out of a program that makes private funding available to qualifying projects. Read on...
  73. Town Clerk_Windsor Colorado Elections

    Windsor Residents Encouraged to Participate in April 7 Election Day

    Tomorrow, April 7, 2020 is Windsor’s municipal election and the last day for residents to submit their ballots. Read on...
  74. April 2020 Census Newsletter

    Special Census Edition of Windsor Matters Digital Newsletter Now Available!

    The 2020 Census is still on, and it is more important than ever to make sure you are counted! Learn about the importance of the Census and how to participate in this special digital newsletter. Read on...
  75. Controlled Burn

    Windsor Parks Division Cancels Thursday Kern Ditch Burn

    The Town of Windsor Parks Division has cancelled its previously scheduled controlled burn at the Kern Ditch in Chimney Park. The burn was intended for Thursday but due to Fire Department fire restrictions, the town needed to postpone to a later date. Read on...
  76. Public Works_ Fill Station Press Release

    Windsor Operated Facilities Close to the Public to Encourage Social Distancing

    Town of Windsor facilities will close to the public beginning at midnight to protect essential services while attempting to stop the spread of COVID-19. At this time, there are no confirmed cases of the virus within town limits. Read on...
  77. Town Hall_Closures

    Windsor Town Manager Issues Emergency Declaration in Response to COVID-19

    Town Manager Shane Hale has issued a Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency in response to COVID-19 effective 8 a.m., Tuesday, March 17. The declaration was made in the interests of public health and safety. Read on...
  78. Town_ Coronavirus Press Release

    Windsor to Close Recreation Center, Cancel Programs Out of an Abundance of Caution

    Out of an abundance of caution, the Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department has suspended all programs and activities. Effective 9 pm, the Windsor Community Recreation Center and Art & Heritage Center will also close to the public. Read on...
  79. Public Works Water Fill Station at Windsor&#39s Public Services Campus

    Delayed Start Dates for New Software, Increased Rates for Public Works Fill Station

    The water fill station located at Windsor’s Public Services Campus, 922 N. 15th St., is operating with increased rates and will begin utilizing a new service system on March 30. Read on...
  80. Town Mgr_Downtown

    Windsor Downtown Project Seeks New Partner to Bring Backlots Project to Life

    On Friday, March 6, Brinkman Inc.—the Fort Collins-based company originally selected to develop a vacant parcel of land in downtown Windsor—respectfully discontinued development of the project known as the Windsor Downtown Backlots area. Read on...
  81. Town Board Day of Champions Proclamation

    Windsor Mayor Melendez to Proclaim Tuesday, March 10 “Day of Champions”

    Town of Windsor Mayor Kristie Melendez is set to proclaim Tues., March 10, “Day of Champions” as a way to recognize the Windsor High School wrestling team’s recent state championship. Melendez will make the proclamation at the March 9 Town Board meeting. Read on...
  82. 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...
  83. 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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