The Town of Windsor is dedicated to providing safe, quality water and sewer services to all residents of Windsor. Windsor uses approximately 3.1 million gallons of water each day. The town has two water storage tanks. One holds 2 million gallons and the other holds 3 million gallons. These tanks are a valuable asset during peak summer usage. The town services approximately 7,000 electronic water meters. The town also operates and maintains a wastewater treatment facility with a capacity of 2.8 million gallons per day and over 90 miles of sewer line.
The Water/Sewer Maintenance Division is not responsible for turning on or off various Homeowner Association (HOA) non-potable water systems. For that, please consult with your specific HOA.
Don't Flush It. Trash It.
Most things are not made to be flushed, even if it says it can be. Flushing the wrong materials down the toilet can end up causing serious sewer blockages which cause interruptions to service and expensive damage to wastewater pipes and equipment. Items that should never be flushed are: feminine hygiene products, wipes (even those labeled flushable), condoms, trash, cigarette butts, disposable diapers, pet waste/cat litter, paper towels, cotton swabs, and unused/expired medications.
Holiday Cooking Reminder
Fats, oils and grease are bad for your plumbing and the town's sewer system. Once in the system, fats, oils and grease can harden and cause clogged drains, potentially causing costly repairs for the homeowner. A common myth is that pouring degreaser down the drain can offset the damage done by pouring these contaminants down the drain. That is untrue and it creates a greater environmental program. Instead, scrape cooled grease and food scraps into the trash for disposal. This helps prevent grease from damaging pipes.
Service providers are required to notify the town when any work is performed within the sanitary sewer system. This includes routine maintenance, plugged lines, debris removal, and repairs. Call Town Hall at 970-674-2400 to notify Public Works.
The Utility Billing Clerk administers customer account setup and closing, meter reading verification, statement printing and mailing. Utility bills are due the 20th of each month. for questions regarding utility billing, please call Town Hall at 970-674-2400 or contact the Utility Billing Clerk. Utility Billing Clerk Utility Services
There are three separate water providers serving the Town of Windsor: North Weld County Water District, the City of Greeley, and Fort Collins - Loveland Water District. Annual Water Quality Report