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Detention and water quality features are typically owned and maintained by the neighborhood association (HOA), property owner, a developer of properties or the town. If you believe a detention or water quality feature needs maintenance because of debris or excessive standing water, contact your neighborhood association (HOA) and/or the town. www.windsorgov.com/yourgov
The Street Division is responsible for minor street patching such as filling moderate to severe pot holes, water break areas, alligator areas, settling areas, and minor drainage issues. They also identify bad asphalt and concrete areas for the Engineering Department to have evaluated for the right type of fix.
The Engineering Department is responsible for large scale capital improvement projects such as crack and slurry seals that are applied on in town streets, chip seals that are applied on outer roadways, overlays, concrete repair such as curbs, gutters, sidewalks, flow pans, and large drainage issues throughout town limits.
CDOT is responsible for road improvement projects on Hwy 392 (Main St) and Hwy 257.
The traffic signal lights located on HWY 392 (Main Street) and HWY 257 are owned and maintained by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Contact CDOT for any traffic signal issues along these highways at 970-350-2100. The Town of Windsor is responsible for the traffic signal lights at Weld County Road 13 and Crossroads Boulevard, as well as Harmony Road/Weld County Road 74 and Weld County Road 15. Call 970-674-5403 to report traffic signal light issues at these intersections.
The Parks Division oversees mowing and spraying of parks, trails, natural areas and irrigation ditches.
The focus is to keep weeds to a minimum and prevent noxious weed growth. Some areas are mowed and sprayed more frequently depending on their location and use. www.windsorgov.com/yourgov