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Town Board Public Hearings and Legal Notices


June 27, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Town of Windsor Comprehensive Plan land use depiction of “Neighborhood Commercial and General Commercial” to “Residential Mixed Use” for a portion of property located within the Village East Subdivision 8th Filing – a portion of Section 15, T6N, R67W, 6PM, located west of Weld County Road 21, north and south of Greenville Way, approximately 450 feet north of SH 392, Town of Windsor.

July 11, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a property known as Block 10 within the Town of Windsor Subdivision regarding a rezoning application from SF-1 (Single-Family residential-one) to CB (Central Business) Zone District for 0.05 acres, 2,000 square feet, parcel. The subject property is located at 217 5th Street, in the Town of Windsor. 

July 11, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Windsor Comprehensive Plan to change the land use depiction from “High Density Estate Residential” to “Single Family Residential” for Trautman Farms 5th Filing, located at 29330 Weld County Road 17, south and east of the Crossroads Blvd. and 7th Street intersection, in the Town of Windsor. 

July 11, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Windsor Comprehensive Plan to change the land use depiction from “Neighborhood and General Commercial” to “Light Industrial” for a portion of East Pointe Subdivision 3rd Filing, a portion of Section 22, T6N, R67W, 6PM, located south of Pointe Plaza Drive, north of the Great Western Railroad, and approximately 700 feet east of SH 257, in the Town of Windsor.  

July 25, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a property known as the Overland 368 PUD regarding a zoning amendment application from RMU-1 (Mixed Use Residential-One) with a PUD (Planned Unit Development) overlay to RMU-2 (Mixed Use Residential-Two) with a PUD overlay for 172.86 acres and a master plan amendment application for approximately 172.86 acres.  The subject property is located east of North 15th Street/Weld County Road 15, west of State Highway 257 and north of Great Western Railroad, in the Town of Windsor. 

August 8, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC) zone district to the Limited Industrial (LI) zone district for a portion of Lot 1, East Point Subdivision, located south of Pointe Plaza Drive, north of the Great Western Railroad, and approximately 700 feet east of SH 257, in the Town of Windsor. 

August 8, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Conditional Use Grant for a portion of Lot 1, Falcon Point Subdivision 2nd Filing, located at 600 Gyrfalcon Court, east of the Great Western Railroad, and south of State Highway 392, in the Town of Windsor. 

August 22, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC), Limited Industrial (LI), and Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone district to the Residential Mixed Use Two (RMU-2) zone district, and amend the approved Master Plan to align with the proposed zoning for a portion of the Great Western Industrial Park 2nd Annexation. The property is located at the southeast corner of Eastman Park Drive and State Highway 257, in the Town of Windsor.

August 22, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the Estate Residential (ER) zone district to the Single Family Residential One (SF-1) zone district. The project is located on Lots 7-19, 23-36, and Tract B of the Trautman Subdivision 2nd Filing, and Tract B of Trautman Subdivision 4th Filing. It is bordered on its western edge by Weld County Road 17 and is located southeast of the intersection of Crossroads Boulevard and Weld County Road 17, in the Town of Windsor.

August 22, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC) zone district to the Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone district and amend the master plan to align with the proposed zoning, for a portion of the Fossil Creek Ranch Subdivision, located east of Interstate-25, at the southwest corner of Larimer County Road 34C and Larimer County Road 5, in the Town of Windsor.

October 24, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of these public hearings is to receive public comment on a final major subdivision proposed for 126-acres known as the Fossil Creek Ranch Subdivision 3rd Filing, in the General Commercial (GC) and Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone districts. The subject property is located northwest of Larimer County Road 5 and Westgate Drive in the Town of Windsor.

November 28, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of these public hearings to receive public comments on a proposed major subdivision containing 78.3 acres in the Trautman Subdivision 2nd & 4th Filings, zoned Single-Family Residential (SF-1). It is bordered on its western edge by Weld County Road 17 and is located southeast of the intersection of Crossroads Boulevard and Weld County Road 17, in the Town of Windsor. 

Town Board Ordinances

Ordinance 2021-1667 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance repealing, amending and readopting portions of article III of chapter 13 or the Windsor Municipal Code with respect to stormwater basin fees imposed by the Town's stormwater drainage utility enterprise
Second Reading: Monday November 28, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2022-1669

AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE REFERRING TO THE VOTERS AN AMENDMENT TO SECTIONS 3.3.B AND 3.7.A(1) OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR HOME RULE CHARTER TO CONFORM THE QUALIFICATIONS OF TOWN ELECTIVE OFFICERS TO THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE XII, SECTION 4 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION; SETTING THE BALLOT TITLE; PROVIDING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDINANCE; SETTING FORTH DETAILS IN RELATION THERETO; AND MAKING FINDINGS OF FACT IN SUPPORT OF EMERGENCY ADOPTION

 WHEREAS, the Town of Windsor, Colorado ("Town"), is a home-rule municipal corporation duly organized and operating under the Constitution and laws of the State of Colorado; and

WHEREAS, the Town’s Home Rule Charter (“Charter”) was duly-adopted as required by law; and

 WHEREAS, Home Rule Charter Section 3.3.B, as adopted, provides:

 No person who has been convicted of a felony shall be eligible to be elected or appointed to the office of Mayor or Board Member.

 and

 WHEREAS, Home Rule Charter Section 3.7.A(1) provides:

 A vacancy in the office of Mayor or Board Member shall exist if during the term of office the Mayor or a Board Member:

 Is convicted of a felony…

 and

 WHEREAS, the above-quoted language from Charter Section 3.3.B and Section 3.7.A(1) conflicts with Article XII, Section 4 of the Colorado Constitution, which provides:

 No person hereafter convicted of embezzlement of public moneys, bribery, perjury, solicitation of bribery, or subornation of perjury, shall be eligible to the general assembly, or capable of holding any office of trust or profit in this state.

 and

 WHEREAS, elected officers of the Town hold offices of public trust within the meaning of

Article XII, Section 4 of the Colorado Constitution; and

 WHEREAS, recent litigation initiated by the Colorado Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (“ACLU”) in a Colorado municipality with near-identical Charter and Code language has resulted in invalidation of blanket restrictions on elective office as expressed in Section 3.3.B and Section 3.7.A(1) of the Town’s Charter; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board recognizes that Section 3.3.B and Section 3.7.A(1) of the Town’s Charter may unconstitutionally limit participation in Town governance, and is therefore at risk of being judicially declared unconstitutional; and

 WHEREAS, the Colorado Constitution provides that the Town’s Charter may only be amended through a voter-approved referred measure; and

 WHEREAS, in order to give Windsor voters the opportunity to vote on amendment of the Town’s Charter, the Town Board herein desires to refer the ballot question stated below to the voters for consideration at a special election already scheduled; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board desires to submit a ballot issue to the eligible electors of the Town at a special election to take place on January 24, 2023, as set forth herein; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board finds that adoption of this Ordinance as an emergency ordinance pursuant to Charter Section 4.11 is necessary for the immediate preservation of public property, health, welfare, peace or safety based upon the following specific facts:

  •  The notification requirements of C.R.S. Section 31-2-210(4) do not allow for second reading if the measure referred herein is to be considered by the voters at the special election already called for on January 24, 2023.
  •  The expense of a separate special election will be beyond election-related budgets for 2023.
  •  The need for swift action in response to the ACLU’s demand dated November 2, 2022.

 NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR, COLORADO:

 Section 1. Calling the Election.  At the special election currently scheduled for Tuesday, January 24, 2023, in addition to any other measures on the ballot, there shall be submitted to the eligible electors of the Town two (2) questions in substantially the following form:

 IN ORDER TO CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, SHALL SECTION 3.3.B OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR HOME RULE CHARTER BE REPEALED, AMENDED AND READOPTED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

 No person who has been convicted of embezzlement of public money, bribery, perjury, solicitation of bribery or subornation of perjury shall be eligible to be elected or appointed to the office of Mayor or Board Member.

 __________ YES _______ NO

 IN ORDER TO CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, SHALL SECTION 3.7.A(1) OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR HOME RULE CHARTER BE REPEALED, AMENDED AND READOPTED TO READ AS FOLLOWS:

 Is convicted of embezzlement of public money, bribery, perjury, solicitation of bribery or subornation of perjury.

 Section 2. Setting Ballot Title and Content.  For purposes of § 31-11-111, C.R.S., the ballot title for the Question set forth above shall fixed as follows:

 A REFERRED MEASURE TO AMEND SECTION 3.3.B AND SECTION 3.7.A(1) OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR HOME RULE CHARTER TO CONFIRM WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION WITH RESPECT TO QUALIFICATIONS FOR ELECTED AND APPOINTED TOWN BOARD AND MAYORAL OFFICE

 Any petition to contest the form or content of the ballot title may be filed with the District Court and a copy served on the Town Clerk within five days after the title of the ballot issue is set by the Town Board upon adoption of this Ordinance.

 Section 3. Conduct of Election.  The officers and employees of the Town are hereby authorized and directed to take all action necessary or appropriate to effectuate the provisions of this Ordinance and the holding of a mail ballot election on January 24, 2024.

 Section 4. Severability. Should any one or more sections or provisions of this Ordinance, or any Charter amendment enacted in accordance herewith, be judicially determined invalid or unenforceable, such determination shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remaining provisions hereof, the intention being that the various provisions hereof are severable.

 Introduced, passed by a vote of _7__ in favor _0__ opposed, adopted and ordered published this 14th day of November, 2022.

Ordinance 2022-1670 

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE WINDSOR MUNICIPAL CODE TO IMPLEMENT A VOTER-APPROVED MEASURE UNDER WHICH THE OPEN SPACE ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE FUND IS CREATED, AND FIXING SALES TAX AND USE TAX RATES IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH

Section 1. Section 4-2-20 of the Windsor Municipal Code shall be amended to add a new sub-section which shall read as follows:

(9) Open Space Acquisition and Maintenance Fund.  

(a)        Windsor Open Space Acquisition and Maintenance Fund. There is hereby established a special fund of the Town to be known as the Windsor Open Space Acquisition and Maintenance Fund. One hundred percent (100 %) of the revenues derived from twenty-five one-hundredths percent (.25%) of the 3.65% sales and use tax imposed by this Chapter shall be deposited into said fund and used solely for the purposes set forth in this subsection below. With the exception of said purposes, moneys deposited into such fund from twenty-five one-hundredths percent (.25%) of the 3.65% sales and use tax shall not be available to be pledged or expended, by interfund transfer or otherwise, for any general municipal purposes.

All revenues deposited to the Windsor Open Space Acquisition and Maintenance Fund from twenty-five one-hundredths percent (.25%) of the 3.65% sales and use tax imposed by this Chapter, together with interest and income derived from any legal interests in real property acquired therefrom, shall be allocated and applied as follows:

(i)         Acquisition of legal interests in real property enabling Town ownership of open space lands resources; and

(ii)        Stewardship, operation and maintenance expenses associated with real property interests acquired with Windsor Open Space Acquisition and Maintenance Fund revenue.

(b)        Remaining Revenue, Disposition.

(i)         Remaining Revenue Defined.  For purposes of this sub-section (10), “Remaining Revenue” shall be defined as any sales tax revenue and use tax revenue derived from twenty-five one-hundredths percent (.25%) of the sales tax and use tax rates imposed by this Article which exceed the combined costs of real property interest acquisition, stewardship, operations and maintenance of any interests in real property acquired pursuant to the allocation set forth in Section 4-2-20 (9) (a).

 (ii)       Disposition of Remaining Revenue.  Remaining Revenue shall be exclusively used to defray the costs of stewardship, operations and maintenance of other Town-owned open space and trails, regardless of how and when acquired.

(iii)       Restrictions on Remaining Revenue.  Under no circumstances shall Remaining Revenue be applied to pay the general costs of government without further voter approval.

Section 2. Section 4-3-110 of the Windsor Municipal Code shall be repealed, amended and re-adopted to read as follows:

Sec. 4-3-110.   Imposition of sales tax.

Sales Tax Rate.  There is imposed a sales tax of three and sixty-five one-hundredths percent (3.65%) on the sale of tangible personal property at retail or the furnishing of taxable services, as provided herein at Section 4-3-170 of this Code and at § 29-2-105(1)(d), C.R.S. (the "Statute").

Section 3. Section 4-3-120 of the Windsor Municipal Code shall be repealed and re-adopted by the Town Board to read as follows:

Sec. 4-3-120.   Imposition of use tax.

Use Tax Rate.  There is imposed a use tax of three and sixty-five one-hundredths percent (3.65%), to be imposed only for the privilege of storing, using or consuming within the Town any construction and building materials or construction equipment located within the boundaries of the Town for a period of more than thirty (30) consecutive days.

Section 7.  Ratification of Windsor Municipal Code. With the exception of the provisions of the Windsor Municipal Code which shall be modified as provided herein, all remaining provisions of the Windsor Municipal Code shall remain in full force and effect.

Section 8. Severability. Should any one or more sections or provisions of this Ordinance be judicially determined invalid or unenforceable, such determination shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remaining provisions hereof, the intention being that the various provisions hereof are severable.

Introduced and passed on first reading and ordered published this 14th day of November, 2022.

Ordinance 2022-1666 

AN ORDINANCE MAKING FINDINGS OF FACT AND ADOPTING AMENDMENTS TO THE WINDSOR MUNICIPAL CODE FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF VOTER-APPROVED SALES TAX POLICY WITH RESPECT TO THE EXPANSION OF THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER

 WHEREAS, the Town of Windsor is a home rule municipality with all powers conferred under Colorado law; and

 WHEREAS, by Ordinance No. 2002-1106, the Town Board referred a ballot question to the voters under which the voters were asked to approve a sales and use tax increase of two one-hundredths percent (.2%) to fund the repayment of bonds to be issued for the initial construction of the Windsor Community Recreation Center (“2002 Ballot Question”); and

 WHEREAS, the 2002 Ballot Question contained broad-form “de-Brucing” language with respect to the revenue generated by the additional two one-hundredths percent (.20%) sales and use tax increase; and

 WHEREAS, the voters approved the 2002 Ballot Question on April 2, 2002; and

 WHEREAS, the Town issued bonds and constructed the Community Recreation Center with the revenue derived from the bonds; and

 WHEREAS, on November 4, 2014, Windsor voters* approved Ballot Question 2A, referred by the Town Board as follows:

 SHALL THE TOWN OF WINDSOR DEBT BE INCREASED BY AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED SIXTEEN-MILLION ONE-HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($16,100,000) WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST NOT TO EXCEED TWENTY-EIGHT MILLION FOUR-HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($28,450,000) AND SHALL THE TOWN OF WINDSOR TAXES BE INCREASED BY NOT MORE THAN ONE-MILLION NINE-HUNDRED TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,925,000) IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR AND BY SUCH AMOUNT AS IS GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE TAX INCREASE DESCRIBED BELOW SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING:

 (1) SUCH DEBT SHALL CONSIST OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUE BONDS TO BE PAYABLE FROM ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE TOWN' S SALES AND USE TAX AND ISSUED SOLELY FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING AN EXPANSION OF THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER, FUNDING A RESERVE FUND AND PAYING COSTS OF ISSUANCE OF THE BONDS;

 (2) SUCH BONDS SHALL BE DATED AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME, AND AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE TOWN MAY DETERMINE;

 (3) SUCH TAX SHALL CONSIST OF A RATE INCREASE IN THE TOWN-WIDE SALES AND USE TAX OF .75% (SEVENTY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS OF ONE PERCENT), WHICH REPRESENTS THREE-QUARTERS OF ONE CENT ON EACH ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 2015;

 (4) THE PROCEEDS OF THE INCREASE IN THE TOWN SALES AND USE TAX SHALL BE DEPOSITED INTO THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER EXPANSION FUND TO BE USED SOLELY FOR CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER EXPANSION, INCLUDING, AMONG OTHER THINGS:

 • A LEISURE POOL,

• A WALK/JOG TRACK,

• LAP LANES,

• A FITNESS/WELLNESS STUDIO,

• AN AEROBICS/DANCE/YOGA STUDIO,

• AND AN AUXILIARY GYM;

 (5) THE PROCEEDS DEPOSITED INTO THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER EXPANSION FUND SHALL ALSO BE USED FOR PAYING THE COSTS OF DEPRECIATION, OPERATING AND MAINTAINING THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER, OR PAYING THE DEBT SERVICE ON REVENUE BONDS OR REFUNDING BONDS ISSUED FOR SAID PURPOSES (INCLUDING ESTABLISHING RESERVES TO PAY DEBT SERVICE);

 (6) THE INCREASED RATE OF SALES AND USE TAX SHALL BE REDUCED TO A LEVEL SUFFICIENT TO FUND EQUIPMENT, OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND DEPRECIATION OF THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY CENTER AT SUCH TIME AS ALL DEBT SERVICE ON REVENUE BONDS OR REFUNDING BONDS FOR SAID PURPOSES ARE PAID IN FULL; AND

 (7) SHALL ALL PROCEEDS OF THE BONDS AND MONEYS DEPOSITED IN THE WINDSOR COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER EXPANSION FUND (REGARDLESS OF AMOUNT) AND ANY INVESTMENT INCOME ON THE PROCEEDS OR THE DEPOSIT CONSTITUTE A VOTER – APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE, AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE REVENUE AND SPENDING LIMITS OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?

 and

WHEREAS, in accordance with voter approval of Ballot Question 2A, the Town Board subsequently adopted Ordinance No. 2015-1498, An Ordinance Amending Portions of Chapter 4, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code for the Purpose of Implementing Voter-Approved measures Associated with Financing the Community Recreation Center Expansion Project; and

 WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 2015-1498 was codified in Chapter 4, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code, and has governed the collection and disposition of the sales tax revenue authorized by voter-approval of Ballot Question 2A; and

 WHEREAS, in accordance with Ballot Question 2A, the Town has applied the revenue derived from the .75% sales and use tax increase to the full and timely payment of bonded indebtedness incurred to construct, equip and maintain the expanded Community Recreation Center; and

 WHEREAS, before December 31, 2022, the Town will pay in full the bonded indebtedness incurred to construct and equip the Community Recreation Center, leaving no further obligation for bond retirement payments; and

 WHEREAS, as approved by the voters, Ballot Question 2A requires that upon payment of all bonded indebtedness associated with the Community Recreation Expansion, the Town’s sales and use tax rates shall be reduced by .55%, leaving .20% of the voter-approved sales and use tax increase in place to fund operations and maintenance of the Community Recreation Center; and

 WHEREAS, although Ballot Question 2A provides that the sales and use tax rates are reduced “without further voter approval or Town Board action”, the Town Board views the voters’ commands with all seriousness and priority; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board desires to immediately and expressly implement the will of the voters with respect to a reduction in sales and use tax rates as required by Ordinance No. 2015-1498; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board finds that the immediate reduction of the sales and use tax rate is necessary to assure that collections of sales and use tax revenue do not exceed the limitations imposed by Ballot Measure 2A as approved by the voters; and

 WHEREAS, the adoption of this Ordinance as an emergency measure is required to meet the timing requirements of C.R.S. § 29-2-106(2), so that the tax rate change will take effect on January 1, 2023; and

 WHEREAS, the Town Board further determines that the adoption of this Ordinance as an emergency ordinance pursuant to Section 4.11 of the Windsor Home Rule Charter is necessary for the immediate preservation of public property, health, welfare, peace, or safety.

 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN BOARD OF THE TOWN OF WINDSOR, COLORADO, AS FOLLOWS:

 Section 1. Section 4-3-110 of the Windsor Municipal Code is hereby repealed, amended and re-adopted to read as follows:

 Sec. 4-3-110. - Imposition of sales tax.

 1. Sales tax rate. There is imposed a sales tax at the rate of three and four-tenths percent (3.40%) on the sale of tangible personal property at retail or the furnishing of taxable services, as provided herein at Section 4-3-170 of this Code and at § 29-2-105(1)(d), C.R.S. (the "Statute").

 2. Dedicated sales tax percentage, Community Recreation Center operations and maintenance costs. The first forty one-hundredths percent (.40%) of Sales Tax revenue derived from the Sales Tax rate set forth in Section 4-3-110 (a) shall be allocated to and available solely for paying the costs of equipping, operating, maintaining and depreciating the Windsor Community Recreation Center.

 Section 2. Section 4-3-120 of the Windsor Municipal Code is hereby repealed, amended and re-adopted to read as follows:

 Sec. 4-3-120. - Imposition of use tax.

 1. Use tax rate. There is imposed a use tax at the rate of three and four-tenths percent (3.40%), to be imposed only for the privilege of storing, using or consuming within the Town any construction and building materials or construction equipment located within the boundaries of the Town for a period of more than thirty (30) consecutive days.

  1. Dedicated use tax percentage, Community Recreation Center operations and maintenance costs. The first forty one-hundredths percent (.40%) of Use Tax revenue derived from the Sales Tax rate set forth in Section 4-3-120 (a) shall be allocated to and available for paying the costs of equipping, operating, maintaining and depreciating the Windsor Community Recreation Center.

 Section 3. Section 4-2-20 (9) of the Windsor Municipal Code is hereby repealed in its entirety.

 Section 4. Section 4-3-190 of the Windsor Municipal Code is hereby repealed, amended and re-adopted to read:

 Sec. 4-3-190. - Use tax; taxable property and services.

 There is hereby levied and there shall be paid a use tax in the amount stated in Section 4-3-120 of this Article, upon the following:

 1. Construction and building materials. All sales of construction and building materials, except for sales of construction and building materials to contractors and subcontractors for use in the building, erection, alteration or repair of structures, highways, roads, streets and other public works owned and used by:

 2. The United States government, the State, its departments and institutions, and the political subdivisions thereof in their governmental capacities only;

 3. Charitable organizations in the conduct of their regular charitable functions and activities; or

 4. Schools, other than schools held or conducted for private or corporate profit.

 5. Construction equipment. Construction equipment which is located within the boundaries of the Town for a period of more than thirty (30) consecutive days shall be subjected to the full applicable use tax of the Town.

 (3) Construction equipment which is located within the boundaries of the Town for a period of thirty consecutive days or less shall be subjected to Town use tax in an amount which does not exceed the amount calculated as follows: The purchase price of the equipment shall be multiplied by a fraction, the numerator of which is one and the denominator of which is twelve, and the result shall be multiplied by the Town use tax rate. Where the provisions of this subsection (3) are utilized, the credit provisions of subsection (6) of this Section shall apply at such time as the aggregate sales and use taxes legally imposed by and paid to other statutory and home rule cities, towns, and cities and counties on any such equipment equal the full use tax of the Town.

 (4) In order for a taxpayer to avail itself of the provisions of subsection (3) of this Section, the taxpayer shall comply with the following procedure:

 (a) Prior to or on the date the equipment is located within the boundaries of the Town, the taxpayer shall file with the Town an equipment declaration on a form provided by Town. Such declaration shall state the dates on which the taxpayer anticipates the equipment will be located within and removed from the boundaries of the Town, shall include a description of each such anticipated piece of equipment, shall state the actual or anticipated purchase price of each such anticipated piece of equipment, and shall include such other information as reasonably deemed necessary by the Town.

 (b) The taxpayer shall file with the Town an amended equipment declaration reflecting any changes in the information contained in any previous equipment declaration no less than once every ninety days after the equipment is brought into the boundaries of Town or, for equipment which is brought into the boundaries of the Town for a project of less than ninety days’ duration, no later than ten days after substantial completion of the project.

 (c) The taxpayer need not report on any equipment declaration any equipment for which the purchase price was under two thousand five hundred dollars. If such equipment declaration is given, then as to any item of construction equipment for which the customary purchase price is under two thousand five hundred dollars which was brought into the boundaries of the Town temporarily for use on a construction project, it shall be presumed that the item was purchased in a jurisdiction having a local sales or use tax as high as that of the Town and that such sales or use tax was previously paid. In such case the burden of proof in any proceeding before the Town, the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Revenue, or the district court, shall be on the Town to prove such local sales or use tax was not paid.

 (5) If the taxpayer fails to comply with the provisions of subsection (4) of this Section, the taxpayer may not avail himself of the provisions of subsection (3) of this section. However, substantial compliance with the provisions of subsection (4) of this section shall allow the taxpayer to avail himself of the provisions of subsection (3) of this section.

 (6) No Town use tax shall apply to the storage, use, or consumption of any article of tangible personal property the sale or use of which has already been subjected to a sales or use tax of another statutory or home rule city, town, or city and county legally imposed on the purchaser or user equal to or in excess of that imposed by the Town. A credit shall be granted against Town use tax with respect to the person's storage, use, or consumption in the Town of tangible personal property, the amount of the credit to equal the tax paid by the taxpayer by reason of the imposition of a sales or use tax of the previous statutory or home rule city, town, or city and county on the taxpayer’s purchase or use of the property. The amount of the credit shall not exceed the tax imposed by the Town.

 Section 5. All funds derived from the that portion of the Community Recreation Center Expansion Fund as allocated in former Section 4-2-20 (9)a.1 of the Windsor Municipal Code, to the extent such funds exceed the amount necessary to fully retire the debt service requirements for revenue bonds issued for the construction and equipping of the Community Recreation Center Expansion, shall be reserved exclusively for the payment of capital costs associated with the Community Recreation Center.

 Section 6. All revenue derived from the tax rates described in the above-amended Code Sections 4-3-110 (b) and 4-3-120 (b) shall be exclusively allocated to and available solely for paying the costs of equipping, operating, maintaining and depreciating the Windsor Community Recreation Center.

 Section 7. In order to assure an orderly transition to the sales tax and use tax rates set forth herein, the amendments to the Windsor Municipal Code set forth in Section 1, Section 2, Section 3 and Section 4 of this Ordinance shall take effect at 11:59 p.m. on December 31, 2022. All other provisions of this Ordinance shall take effect immediately as provided in the Windsor Home Rule Charter, Section 4.11.

 Introduced, passed by a vote of __6_ in favor _0__ opposed, adopted and ordered published this 24th day of October, 2022.

Ordinance 2021-1665 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the amended and restated consolidated service plan for the Village East Metropolitan District Nos. 1, 2, 4, & 5
Second Reading: Monday October 10, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1662 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the service plan for Water Valley Metropolitan District No. 3, and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement between the Town and the district
Second Reading: Monday September 26, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1663 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance amending certain portions of the Windsor Municipal land use code concerning amendments to chapters 14-17
Second Reading: Monday September 26, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1659 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving a rezone from general commercial ("GC") to residential mixed use one ("RMU-1") within the Fossil Creek Meadows Annexation
Second Reading: Monday September 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1660 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving a rezone from high density estate residential ("ER-2") to single family residential ("SF-1") within the South Gate fifth filing annexation
Second Reading: Monday September 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1661 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving a rezone from general commercial("GC"), residential mixed use one("RMU-1"), recreation and open lands ("ROL"), and limited industrial("LI") to general commercial ("GC") and residential mixed use two ("RMU-2") within the Great Western 2nd Annexation
Second Reading: Monday September 12, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1657 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the amended and restated consolidated service plan for the Great Western Metropolitan District Nos. 1-11
Second Reading: Monday August 22, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1658 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance pursuant to chapter 14, article II of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the rezoning of a portion of lot 1, block 1 within the East Point Subdivision from general commercial ("GC") to limited industrial ("LI")
Second Reading: Monday August 22, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1655 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving a rezone from mixed use residential-one ("RMU-1") and to mixed use residential-two ("RMU-2") and amending a planning unit development ("PUD") overlay-Overland 368 annexation
Second Reading: Monday August 8, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1656 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the service plan for Overland Metropolitan District Nos. 1-6, and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement between the Town and the districts  
Second Reading: Monday August 8, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1654 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving a rezone from single family residential ("SF-1") to central business district ("CB") within the Windsor Town Subdivision, block 10, Lot 27 also known as 217 5th Street, Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday July 25, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1651 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving the service plan for Trevenna Metropolitan District, and authorizing the execution of an intergovernmental agreement between the Town and the district
Second Reading: Monday July 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1652 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance amending the Windsor Municipal Code by creating article VIII of Chapter 8, concerning the use of low-speed electric vehicles on public roadways within the Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday July 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1653 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance of the Town of Windsor, Colorado, authorizing the issuance of the Town of Windsor, Colorado, wastewater enterprise revenue bonds, series 2022; providing for the source of payment of such bonds, and providing other details concerning the bonds
Second Reading: Monday July 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1650 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving a rezone from single family residential ("SF-1") and residential mixed use ("RMU-1") to single family attached residential ("SF-2") and creating a planned unit development ("PUD") overlay - Tacincala subdivision
Second Reading: Monday June 27, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1648 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance amending chapter 19, article I of the Windsor Municipal Code with respect to special districts, and making modifications to the Town of Windsor special districts model service plan in accordance therewith
Second Reading: Monday May 23, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1649 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance amending certain portions of the Windsor Municipal Code amending article IV, chapter 1, and article III, chapter 8, concerning surcharges and towing hearing requirements
Second Reading: Monday May 23, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1646 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the Trevenna Annexation to the Town of Windsor pursuant to the Colorado Municipal Annexation Act of 1965
Second Reading: Monday April 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1647 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance repealing Chapter 11, Article VIII, in its entirety, and also repealing and replacing Chapter 10, Article IX of the Windsor Municipal Code regarding regulations applicable to conduct of persons in town-owned parks, open space, and trails in the Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday April 11, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1643 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance approving the service plan for the Poudre Heights Valley Metropolitan District and Authorizing the Execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town and the District
Second Reading: Monday February 28, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1644 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance designating the residence located at 408 Walnut Street a historic landmark pursuant to Chapter 15, Article XVI of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday February 28, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1645 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance designating the 1909 Windsor Town Hall, Correctional Facility and Fire Station a Historic Landmark Pursuant to Chapter 15, Article XVI of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday February 28, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1642 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance amending certain portions of Article II, Chapter 18 of the Windsor Municipal Code concerning amendments to the International Residential Code
Second Reading: Monday January 24, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1641 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance fixing the compensation of the Municipal Court Judge and Municipal Court Clerk for the Town of Windsor in compliance with sections 13-10-107 and 13-10-108, C.R.S., and section 2-4-90 of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday January 10, 2022 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1635 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance granting a franchise by the Town of Windsor to Public Service Company of Colorado for the non-exclusive right to provide, sell, and deliver gas and electricity to the Town and it's residents through the non-exclusive reasonable use of Town streets, public utility easements, and other Town property
Second Reading: Monday December 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1637 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance vacating portions of Town-owned right-of-way within Lot 5 and Lot 6 of the Eagle Crossing subdivision, fourth filing in the Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday December 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1638 View Ordinance (PDF) 
An Ordinance requiring the filing of an affidavit of intent by write-in candidates in accordance with section 31-10-306, C.R.S., and, in conjunction therewith, providing for the cancellation of municipal elections under certain circumstances in accordance with section 31-10-507, C.R.S.
Second Reading: Monday December 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1639 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance revising the volume rates and late fees imposed upon persons and entities leasing hydrant water meters from the Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday December 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1640 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance repealing, amending and readopting portions of article III of chapter 13 of the Windsor Municipal Code with respect to stormwater basin fees imposed by the Town's stormwater drainage utility enterprise
Second Reading: Monday December 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1634 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving the Ascent Charter School annexation to the Town of Windsor pursuant to the Colorado Municipal Annexation Act of 1965
Second Reading: Monday October 25, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1632 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving the Larimer County Road 1-Kyger Annexation to the Town of Windsor Pursuant to the Colorado Municipal Annexation Act of 1965
Second Reading: Monday October 11, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1633 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving the Weld County Road 13-Kyger Annexation to the Town of Windsor pursuant to the Colorado Municipal Annexation Act of 1965
Second Reading: Monday October 11, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1629 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance pursuant to Chapter 14, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the Re-Zoning of Tract D, Southgate Business Park First Filing and Lot 3 of South Gate Business Park Fourth Filing
Second Reading: Monday September 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1630 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance pursuant to Chapter 14, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the Re-Zoning of Tract D, Southgate Business Park First Filing and Lot 3 of South Gate Business Park Fourth Filing
Second Reading: Monday September 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1631 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance pursuant to Chapter 14, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the Re-Zoning of Tract D, Southgate Business Park First Filing and Lot 3 of South Gate Business Park Fourth Filing
Second Reading: Monday September 27, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1626 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance pursuant to Chapter 14, Article II of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the Re-Zoning of Tract D, Southgate Business Park First Filing and Lot 3 of South Gate Business Park Fourth Filing
Second Reading: Monday August 23, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1627 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance creating Article XI, Chapter 7 of the Windsor Municipal Code concerning the Regulation of Domestic Cats in the Town of Windsor
Second Reading: Monday September 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1628 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance designating the Merry Back building, located at 423 Main Street, Winsor, Colorado, as a local historic landmark pursuant to the requirements of Article XVI of Chapter Fifteen of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday September 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1625 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance amending section 10-11-10 of the Windsor Municipal Code to allow the consumption of alcoholic beverages upon Town-owned sidewalks and alleyways in conformity with permits issued by the Town's local Liquor Licensing Authority
Second Reading: Monday July 12, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1624 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance establishing the Town of Windsor Community Art Program, Establishing the Windsor Arts Commission, and Adopting the Town of Windsor Community Art Policy 
Second Reading: Monday June 14, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1623 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance amending chapter 15 of the Windsor Municipal Code to implement a fire and rescue service impact fee to fund capital facilities necessary for the provision of fire protection, rescue, and emergency services by the Windsor-Severance Fire Protection District in accordance with section 29-20-104.5 of the Colorado Revised Statutes 
Second Reading: Monday May 10, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1622 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance pursuant to Chapter 16, Article V of the Windsor Municipal Code approving the rezoning of the Hoehne Subdivision first filing, Block 2, Track B within the Town of Windsor 
Second Reading: Monday April 12, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2021-1621 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance fixing the compensation of the Municipal Court Judge and Municipal Court Clerk for the Town of Windsor in compliance with sections 13-10-107 and 13-10-108, C.R.S., and section 2-4-90 of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday January 25, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2020-1620 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance creating the Windsor Land Use Code, by repealing, amending, creating, adopting, and re-adopting Chapters 14, 15, 16, and 17 of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday January 11, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1619 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance authorizing the renewal of the existing cable franchise agreement held by Comcast Cable Communications, LLC, locally known as Comcast; and authorizing the Mayor and Town Clerk to execute the cable franchise agreement on behalf of the Town
Second Reading: Monday January 11, 2021 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-2018 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance amending section 8-2-10 of the Windsor Municipal Code regarding parking of certain vehicles in specified areas
Second Reading: Monday November 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1617 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance approving the first amendment to the Amended Service Plan for the Great Western Metropolitan District Nos. 1-7
Second Reading: Monday November 23, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550

Ordinance 2020-1615 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance designating the Halfway Homestead as a local historic landmark pursuant to the requirements of Article XXVIII of Chapter Sixteen of the Windsor Municipal Code.
Second Reading: Monday September 28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1616 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance designating the Dickey Farmhouse as a local historic landmark pursuant to the requirements of Article XXVIII of Chapter Sixteen of the Windsor Municipal Code.
Second Reading: Monday September 28, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1614 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance designating the Halfway House as a local historic landmark pursuant to the requirements of Article XXVIII of Chapter Sixteen of the Windsor Municipal Code.
Second Reading: Monday September 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1613 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance for the Regulation of Traffic by the Town of Windsor, Colorado, Repealing and Readopting Article I of Chapter 8, and Portions of Article II, Chapter 8, of the Windsor Municipal Code and Adopting by Reference the 2020 Edition of the "Model Traffic Code", Repealing all Ordinances in Conflict Therewith, and Providing Penalties for Violation Thereof
Second Reading: Monday August 24, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1611 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 4, Article III of the Windsor Municipal Code to Extend the Town's Sales Tax Collection, Remittance and Reporting Requirements to On-Line Transactions and On-Line Vendors
Second Reading: Monday August 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1612 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance Amending Chapter 4, Article IV of the Windsor Municipal Code to Increase the Time for Which the Town of Windsor Retains Unclaimed Intangible Property and Other Necessary Amendments Consistent with the Revised Uniform Unclaimed Property Act
Second Reading: Monday August 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1610 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance Concerning the Regulation of Door to Door Contacts by the Town of Windsor, Colorado, Repealing Sections 10-4-140 and 10-4-170 and Repealing, Amending and Readopting Sections 10-4-150 and 10-4-160 of the Windsor Municipal Code
Second Reading: Monday July 27, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550 

Ordinance 2020-1609 View Ordinance (PDF)
An Ordinance Adding Article VI, Chapter 12 to the Windsor Municipal Code Concerning Backflow Prevention and Cross-connection Controls within the Town of Windsor, Colorado
Second Reading: Monday June 22, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550


Board of Adjustment Public Hearings and Legal Notices                              

February 24, 2022 
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive information regarding a variance from Section 16-1-40(b) of the Municipal Code pertaining to lot development standards, in the Single Family Residential (SF) Zone District at 200 Oak Street (Lot 1A, Jacoby Subdivision) in the Town of Windsor.

April 28, 2022 
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive information regarding a variance from Section 16-3-10 of the Municipal Code pertaining to location of accessory buildings on residential lots, in the Estate Residential (ER) Zone District at 1268 Falcon Court (Lot 31, Hilltop Estates Subdivision) in the Town of Windsor.

April 28, 2022 
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive information regarding a variance from Sections 15-17-60, 15-17-100(c)(3) and 15-17-110 (Signage) of the Municipal Code pertaining to the area and height of freestanding signage, building-mounted signs / maximum sign height, and the refresh rate on the electronic message center included on signage proposed throughout the Future Legends sports complex, which is in the Limited Industrial (LI) Zone District, at 801 Diamond Valley Drive (Diamond Valley Subdivision, 5th Filing) in the Town of Windsor.

June 23, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive information regarding a variance from Section 16-3-10 of the Municipal Code pertaining to location of accessory buildings on residential lots, in the Residential Mixed Use-One (RMU-1) Zone District at 1610 Northcroft Drive (Lot 14, Block 2, The Ridge at Harmony Road Subdivision, Third Filing) in the Town of Windsor.

August 25, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a proposed variance from Section 15-17-50 of the Municipal Code for approval to allow a freestanding sign within the required setback from the property line, and a variance from Section 15-17-80 of the Municipal Code for approval to allow greater sign area. The property is located at 1350 New Liberty Road (Lot 1, Halligan Heights Subdivision) in the Town of Windsor. 

August 25, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a proposed variance from Section 15-17-110(f) of the Municipal Code for approval to allow an increase in sign area and sign height for a multi-business directional sign. The property is located at 1620 Main Street (Tract A, Jacoby Farm Subdivision 6th Filing), northwest of the intersection of Main Street and 16th Street, in the Town of Windsor.

August 25, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a proposed variance from Section 15-17-100(c) of the Municipal Code for approval to allow an increase in sign height for a Minor Tenant. The property is located at 1246 Automation Drive (Lot 1, Windsor Commons Subdivision 6th Filing), approximately 300ft north of Eastman Park Drive along Automation Drive, in the Town of Windsor.

October 27, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a proposed variance from Table 16-1-140(b) of the Municipal Code for approval to allow a reduced setback adjacent to a residential use or zone, and from Table 15-3-20(b)(8)(C) of the Municipal Code to eliminate the required bufferyard between dissimilar uses or zones. The property is located at 15 Walnut Street, southwest of the intersection of Walnut Street and State Highway 257 in the Town of Windsor.

December 15, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comment on a proposed variance from Section 15-5-10 of the Municipal Code for Vehicular Access Requirements for a Dispersed Parking Lot – to allow paving areas and drive aisles to be less than 40-feet from the public right-of-way. The property is located at 2145 7th Street (Lot 1, Block 1, South Hill Subdivision 13th Filing) at the northeast section of the roundabout at 7th Street and Crossroads Boulevard, in the Town of Windsor.

December 15, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comment on a proposed variance from Section 15-5-10 of the Municipal Code for Vehicular Access Requirements for a Dispersed Parking Lot – to allow paving areas and drive aisles to be less than 40-feet from the public right-of-way. The property is located at 1275 Main Street (Lot 1, Windsor Town Center II Subdivision 2nd Filing), specifically, the vacant lot east of 12th Street and south of Main Street and is in the General Commercial (GC) Zone District, in the Town of Windsor.

December 15, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a Major Variance land use application requesting a variance to Section 16-1-70 of the Town of Windsor Municipal Code regarding the minimum single-family residential lot size in the Residential Mixed-Use One (RMU-1) zone district. The property, known as 23 Main Street, is identified as the East 30' Lot 12 Block 14 Town of Windsor Subdivision. The subject property is located approximately 135 feet east of 1st Street, and approximately 275 feet west of Chimney Park Drive, at the eastern edge along Main Street, in the Town of Windsor.

December 15, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a proposed variance from Section 15-5-10(a), Table 15-5-10(a): Vehicle Access Standards, Dispersed Parking (A.1) of the Municipal Code for approval of a reduced setback for parking areas and drive aisles along public right-of-way. The property is located at 7300 Greendale Road (Lot 4, Block 5, Highlands Industrial Subdivision), on the northeast corner of the intersection of Greendale Road and Highland Meadows Parkway, in the Town of Windsor. 

December 15, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)  The purpose of this public hearing is to receive public comments on a Major Sign Variance application requesting a variance to the Town of Windsor Municipal Code Sections 15-17-60(a) - Design Criteria, 15-17-70(j) - Prohibited Signs, and 15-17-110(e)(4) - Freestanding Signs regarding a freestanding, ground-mounted sign constructed without a monument type base, an increase to allowable sign height, and an increase in allowable sign area. The property, known as Tract C of Tacincala Subdivision (aka Prairie Song) is located along and west of State Highway 257, south of Weld County Road 72 and north of the WCR 70 alignment, in the Town of Windsor.

Historic Preservation Commission Public Hearings and Legal Notices

February 9, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public comments on a local landmark designation application for the property located at 116 N. 5th Street, being a portion of Lots 1, 3, and 5, 13 Block 6, Town of Windsor Subdivision in Windsor, CO. 

February 9, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF) The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public comments on a local landmark designation application for the property located at 408 Walnut Street, Lots 11 and 13 Block 10, Town of Windsor Subdivision in Windsor, CO.

Parks, Recreation, & Culture Advisory Board Public Hearings and Legal Notices

None at this time.

Planning Commission Public Hearings and Legal Notice

July 6, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Town of Windsor Comprehensive Plan land use depiction of “Neighborhood Commercial and General Commercial” to “Residential Mixed Use” for a portion of property located within the Village East Subdivision 8th Filing – a portion of Section 15, T6N, R67W, 6PM, located west of Weld County Road 21, north and south of Greenville Way, approximately 450 feet north of SH 392, Town of Windsor.

July 6, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a property known as Block 10 within the Town of Windsor Subdivision regarding a rezoning application from SF-1 (Single-Family residential-one) to CB (Central Business) Zone District for 0.05 acres, 2,000 square feet, parcel.  The subject property is located at 217 5th Street, in the Town of Windsor.

July 20, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Windsor Comprehensive Plan to change the land use depiction from “High Density Estate Residential” to “Single Family Residential” for Trautman Farms 5th Filing, located at 29330 Weld County Road 17, south and east of the Crossroads Blvd. and 7th Street intersection, in the Town of Windsor. 

July 20, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Land Use Map Amendment (LUMA) to the Windsor Comprehensive Plan to change the land use depiction from “Neighborhood and General Commercial” to “Light Industrial” for a portion of East Pointe Subdivision 3rd Filing, a portion of Section 22, T6N, R67W, 6PM, located south of Pointe Plaza Drive, north of the Great Western Railroad, and approximately 700 feet east of SH 257, in the Town of Windsor.

July 20, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF).  The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comment on a property known as the Overland 368 PUD regarding a zoning amendment application from RMU-1 (Mixed Use Residential-One) with a PUD (Planned Unit Development) overlay to RMU-2 (Mixed Use Residential-Two) with a PUD overlay for 172.86 acres and a master plan amendment application for approximately 172.86 acres.  The subject property is located east of North 15th Street/Weld County Road 15, west of State Highway 257 and north of Great Western Railroad, in the Town of Windsor. 

August 3, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC) zone district to the Limited Industrial (LI) zone district for a portion of Lot 1, East Point Subdivision, located south of Pointe Plaza Drive, north of the Great Western Railroad, and approximately 700 feet east of SH 257, in the Town of Windsor.

August 3, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Conditional Use Grant for a portion of Lot 1, Falcon Point Subdivision 2nd Filing, located at 600 Gyrfalcon Court, east of the Great Western Railroad, and south of State Highway 392, in the Town of Windsor. 

August 17, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC), Limited Industrial (LI), and Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone district to the Residential Mixed Use Two (RMU-2) zone district, and amend the approved Master Plan to align with the proposed zoning for a portion of the Great Western Industrial Park 2nd Annexation. The property is located at the southeast corner of Eastman Park Drive and State Highway 257, in the Town of Windsor.

August 17, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the Estate Residential (ER) zone district to the Single Family Residential One (SF-1) zone district. The project is located on Lots 7-19, 23-36, and Tract B of the Trautman Subdivision 2nd Filing, and Tract B of Trautman Subdivision 4th Filing. It is bordered on its western edge by Weld County Road 17 and is located southeast of the intersection of Crossroads Boulevard and Weld County Road 17, in the Town of Windsor.

August 17, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed Rezone from the General Commercial (GC) zone district to the Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone district and amend the master plan to align with the proposed zoning, for a portion of the Fossil Creek Ranch Subdivision, located east of Interstate-25, at the southwest corner of Larimer County Road 34C and Larimer County Road 5, in the Town of Windsor.

September 21, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed preliminary major subdivision containing 78.3 acres in the Trautman Subdivision 4th Filing, zoned Single-Family Residential (SF-1). It is bordered on its western edge by Weld County Road 17 and is located southeast of the intersection of Crossroads Boulevard and Weld County Road 17, in the Town of Windsor.

September 21, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of the public hearings is to receive public comments on a proposed preliminary major subdivision containing 18.766 acres in the Poudre Heights Subdivision 3rd Filing, zoned Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1). The project site is located to the north and west of the intersection of Riverplace Drive and 7th Street, north of Poudre Heights Park and east of the Eaton Ditch, in the Town of Windsor.

October 19, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF). The purpose of these public hearings is to receive public comment on a final major subdivision proposed for 126-acres known as the Fossil Creek Ranch Subdivision 3rd Filing, in the General Commercial (GC) and Residential Mixed Use One (RMU-1) zone districts. The subject property is located northwest of Larimer County Road 5 and Westgate Drive in the Town of Windsor.

October 19, 2022
View Public Hearing Notice (PDF)