Keyboard warriors unite! There are several ways to give feedback on the draft 2020-2025 Strategic Plan. Visit Windsorprojectconnect.com to register and view a copy of the draft plan. Then, let us know your thoughts. The new “Project Connect” virtual engagement platform affords you the opportunity to give our Mayor, town board and town staff your opinion 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from the comfort of your desktop or mobile device. You can also attend the in-person Strategic Plan meeting Thursday night at the Community Recreation Center.
Windsor has three new historic landmarks! Town Board recently approved applicati…
Windsor has three new historic landmarks! Town Board recently approved applications to designate a site called the Historic Halfway Homestead along with two buildings on that site, the Halfway House and the Dickey Farmhouse, as local historic landmarks.
What's the significance? Located on what what previously referred to as the Jacoby Farm, the Halfway House was built in 1873 and is now Windsor’s oldest standing structure. Called the Halfway House due to its location approximately halfway between Greeley and Laporte on the Overland Trail, the Halfway House served as an inn, saloon, and post office in its early years. Over the next century, many prominent Windsorites would live on the site including the Weller family, the Dickey family, and the Jacobys.
Proper leaf collection and disposal not only keeps neighborhoods clean, but it a…
Proper leaf collection and disposal not only keeps neighborhoods clean, but it also makes them safer, more environmentally friendly and allows the Town’s Streets & Storm Drainage Division to maintain Town streets more efficiently.
Residents are reminded to never blow or rake leaves, twigs, branches, grass clippings, trash or debris into the street, as doing so can result in clogged storm drains, ice buildups and a $70 fine. Clogged drains can lead to flooded streets, intersections and homes.
Learn more about fall leaf disposal and town street sweeping at bit.ly/fall-leaves2020 .
Check Out Our New Museum Collection Storage Facility! Windsor’s priceless artif…
Check Out Our New Museum Collection Storage Facility!
Windsor’s priceless artifacts, archives, and historical objects are finally in their new permanent home. This project has been in the works since July 2019 with museum staff and volunteers working hard behind the scenes to inventory, pack, and move the museum collections.
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