Do you have a video doorbell or security camera at your home? If you do, you can sign up to be a part of the Windsor Police Department’s new Secure Streets program. This voluntary program is a secure registry of residents in Windsor who have video surveillance devices at their home. If a crime occurs in your neighborhood, police can find those residents who may have video evidence more easily—you are never obligated to share video, even if you sign up for the program.
Watch the video below or visit windsorpd.com/221/Secure-Streets to learn more.
The Windsor Town Board will hold its next regular meeting tonight, Monday, Nov. …
The Windsor Town Board will hold its next regular meeting tonight, Monday, Nov. 23, 2020 at 7 p.m. Because of the closure of Town Hall, this meeting will be held virtually. To participate in the meeting virtually, see tonight’s agenda for attendance details. View the agenda and participation information at: bit.ly/336E9hR. Learn more about how to attend virtual meetings at windsorgov.com/1263/Virtual-Meetings. Items on tonight’s agenda include:
➡️ Approval of the 2021 Budget
➡️ Renewal of cable franchise agreement with Comcast
➡️ Second reading of ordinance regarding parking of recreational vehicles and trailers Watch the meeting live and on-demand:
📺: WindsorTV Comcast channel 8
💻 📱: bit.ly/WindsorTV
Stanley Smith received this Thanksgiving postcard from Alphronia "Fronia&qu…
Stanley Smith received this Thanksgiving postcard from Alphronia "Fronia" Lamb on Nov. 29, 1916. Almost a year and a half later, Stanley was 1 of 40 Weld County men drafted into the U.S. Army to serve in WWI. In September 1918, word spread in Windsor that Stanley was wounded in the hip. But don't fret…this Thanksgiving love story has a happy ending! Stanley survived the injury and reunited with Fronia after the war. The couple married in 1919 and had 12 children together. Happy Thanksgiving!
There have been a lot of visitor questions about the new capacity restrictions a…
There have been a lot of visitor questions about the new capacity restrictions at the Community Recreation Center so we’d like to help explain. The State of Colorado’s Level Red: Severe Risk guidelines limitthe Community Recreation Center to no more than 10 people in a room at a time. To meet this new requirement, equipment has been placed in different areas of the building to ensure we don’t exceed these maximums. It’s a pretty drastic change, but we’re glad we’ve been able to remain open and to provide this service in a way that protects your health and safety while incidents of COVID-19 continue to increase in our area.
When visiting the recreation center, we ask that you self-monitor capacities in each area to help us keep each room at a safe number of people. To help, signs have been posted with room capacities.
We understand this is not convenient and we appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.
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