Traffic Alert: First Street is closed to all traffic north of Snapdragon Drive to south of Crabapple Drive for milling and paving through 8/27, weather permitting. During the milling and paving operations, residents will not have access to Rochester Drive from First Street. Flaggers will be present at the Eastman Park Drive and First Street intersection to direct local traffic and provide resident access to Snapdragon Drive. Delays may occur in this area. Please follow traffic directions and always slow down in work zones.
This closure is part of an ongoing storm pipe installation project. Additional updates to be shared later this week. Thank you for your patience.
A Message from Fire Chief Kris Kazian January 15, 2021 Windsor Severance Fire …
A Message from Fire Chief Kris Kazian
January 15, 2021
Windsor Severance Fire Rescue Community,
Last week I decided to take a hiatus from my message to the community. To be honest, it was a pretty overwhelmingweek for many of us. I thought it would be good to back away from the keyboard on Friday and take a little time to breath and process. I hope that each of us is finding a successful way to navigate the challenging times and I hope we have all found ways to embrace our family, friends, neighbors and co-workers because that is really what makes us who we are. We all clearly have differences of opinions and sadly social media has created some very challenging divides. Ironically, I am… More
Trail Closure Alert: Starting on Monday, January 18, a portion of the Poudre Riv…
🚧Trail Closure Alert: Starting on Monday, January 18, a portion of the Poudre River Trail near Whiting Reservoir will be closed. The closure is anticipated to last approximately 4 months. A detour will be located 1 mile east of Colorado Blvd. and 1/2 mile west of Eastman Park. The detour follows a gravel utility road that is rough and uneven. Dismounting is recommended if on a bike. The detour passes through private property so trail users are asked to stay on the road. For your safety, and out of respect for private property owners that allow the Poudre Trail to pass through their property, please do not go around signage and barriers. The detour is due to construction of the new Raindance Golf Course.
What was it like to arrive in Windsor in the early 1900s? At Homeschool Day at t…
What was it like to arrive in Windsor in the early 1900s? At Homeschool Day at the Museum on January 21, explore the Windsor History Museum with an interactive scavenger hunt and a fun art activity to discoverstories of German from Russia immigrants to Windsor. This FREE event will focus on social studies and art, and all activities are customized for elementary, middle, and high schoolers. Anyone who is doing any schooling at home can attend!
Advance registration is required. Sign up each member of your group for a time slot at 10am, 1, or 2pm. For more information or to register, call 970-674-3500 or visit https://bit.ly/3nuzbnd.
This day is offered in collaboration with Clearview Library District’s Homeschooler’s Academy, a monthly program which offers complete subject-based kits with hands-on activities and prompts based around STEAM learning. For more information or to register, visit clearviewlibrary.org.
Photo Caption: Main St., Windsor, c. 1906. From the Town of Windsor Museums Collection.
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