And just like that, the section of the Poudre River Trail damaged by this week's storm has reopened. Great job Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture staff!We’ve got great news! The section of the Poudre River Trail impacted by this week’s storm has been cleaned up and cleared for use. Whether you’re riding the trail, hanging at Oktoberfest, or enjoying a local park, we hope you find time to enjoy the
Yikes! Be aware of damage along the Poudre River Trail, between the CR13 and Eastman Park trail heads. Thanks to the Windsor Parks, Recreation & Culture Department, which had staff out early this morning to check public recreation spaces for damage due to last night's storm.Trail Alert! Due to last night's storm a section of the Poudre Trail 1 mile west of Eastman Park before CR 13 is underwater and
TRAFFIC ALERT: Residents are advised to detour around Eastman Park Dr. between Hwy. 257 and 7th St., Monday, Sept. 24 through Wednesday, Oct. 3. Drivers should expect lane closures and slow traffic at times as Eastman Park Dr. receives chipseal treatment. Slow speeds are recommended on fresh pavement and an alternate route is advised.
Do you love Windsor? Do you want to get involved in your local government? If you're a resident and someone who wants to have a say in your local government, then consider joining an Advisory Board! Applications are due at 5 p.m. tomorrow and positions are available with the following: Planning Commission, Water and Sewer Board, Windsor Housing Authority, Downtown Development Authority, Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Board and the
Today is "Thank a Volunteer Day" in Windsor. Please take a moment to thank, comment and tag someone below who makes Windsor a better place to live, work and play. After all, smiles and kind words are free! 🤗 --Celebrating the last day of #CoCitiesandTownsWeek with the Colorado Municipal League.
From Highland Meadows to Eastman Park, you just can't beat Windsor's playgrounds. Be a tourist in your own town today and learn more about Windsor's parks, their locations and their amenities at Windsorgov.com/parks. #LetThemPlay Photo taken at Windsor Highlands Park, affectionately known to children throughout Windsor as "Castle Park" because of its towering castle structure. --Celebrating #COCitiesandTownsWeek with the Colorado Municipal League.
Treasure Island Demonstration Garden is a garden oasis located along the Poudre River Trail just south of Eastman Park. Be tourist in your own town today by checking out this local gem. The demonstration garden is used by volunteers to grow several tons of fresh veggies for the Weld Food Bank each year, so please look but don't touch and best of all there's no entrance fee into the garden.
Be a #tourist in your own town. Did you know Windsor has a disc golf course? Download a course map and learn more about the Eastman Oxbow Disc Golf Course at windsorgov.com/610/Disc-Golf-Course. --Celebrating Cities & Towns Week with the Colorado Municipal League.
Tell your neighbors the Mayor is buying you coffee! Windsor residents can join Mayor Kristie Melendez at the Windsor Community Recreation Center, Saturday morning, 7:30-9:00 a.m., for Coffee with the Mayor. Tomorrow's java provided by the Human Bean with questions, comments and concerns brought to the town by you... our residents! ☕
Need a reason to visit the Windsor Community Recreation Center? Look no further! The CRC is hosting a free day TODAY! That means you can try out the pool and the walking track, stop by for open gym time, or work out with the CRC's state-of-the-art equipment. 🏋️♀️ And who knows... you might want to consider becoming a member. Stay up to date on great events happening throughout Windsor by
Join us tonight at 5:30pm for the grand opening of Windsor's new Main Park playground. Located at 3rd & Locust St., the playground features a rope structure and slide, see saw, circle swing, and best of all... a ZIP LINE! #LetThemPlay #Adventure[fb_vid id="1860363987390008"]Zip on over to Main Park tonight at 5:30pm for the grand opening of this kid cool playground!
Town Hall Talk & Tours... happening until 7:30pm in the south parking lot of 301 Walnut St.
As 9/11 comes to an end, remember to thank a first responder. Thank you Windsor Police for keeping us Colorado's Safest City. Thank you Windsor Severance Firefighters for dousing our flames. --Celebrating #PublicSafety during Cities & Towns Week with the Colorado Municipal League
What important documents should you have for an emergency? Check out Ready.gov's Emergency Financial First Aid Kit. We're promoting #PublicSafety today for the Colorado Municipal League's Cities & Towns Week. #PrepareNow Financial Preparedness | Ready.govAmericans at all income levels have experienced the challenges of rebuilding their lives after a disaster or other emergency. In these stressful circumstances, having access to personal financial, insurance, medical, and other records is crucial for
We're promoting #PublicSafety today for the Colorado Municipal League's Cities & Towns Week. Be prepared for a power outage by having enough food, water, & meds to last for at least 72 hours. #PrepareNow #NationalPreparednessMonth Build A Kit | Ready.govMake sure your emergency kit is stocked with the items on the checklist below. Most of the items are inexpensive and easy to find, and any one of them could save
Today we remember 9/11 and Ready.gov's #NationalPreparednessMonth. Create an emergency contact list and consider downloading a group texting app so your crew can keep in touch before, during & after an emergency. --with the Colorado Municipal League promoting #publicsafety for Cities & Towns Week. #NatlPrep #PrepareNow
#WIndsorWorks! In one year, our streets receive about 29,640 feet of slurry seal and 57 tons of crack fill will be used. This week is Cities and Towns Week with the Colorado Municipal League and we're celebrating all things Windsor. Learn more about this week's events at https://bit.ly/2NxPm4k.
Here's a fast fact: Town of Windsor maintains 161.2 miles of streets and in 2018 the town has already replaced 3,286 ft. of curb and gutter. We're celebrating Colorado Cities and Towns Week with the Colorado Municipal League and today is #WindsorWorks day. For details about this week's events, visit https://bit.ly/2NxPm4k.
It's Cities and Towns Week with the Colorado Municipal League and today we're sharing fast town fact with you. On a hot summer day, Windsor water customers use about 4.1 million gallons of water, enough to cover a football field to 9.5 ft. deep. On a typical winter day, Windsor water customers use 1.3 million gallons. That would cover a football field to a depth of 3 ft. #WindsorWorks
Okay commuters, please be advised, there are two traffic impacts expected on Monday. Weather permitting, Latham Pkwy. (Weld Cty. Rd. 13) will be completely closed north of Harmony Rd. to Goslar Dr. for roadway widening and resurfacing. An alternate route is advised and detours are posted. There's an expected completion date of Sept. 29 on this project. In addition, a minimal traffic impact is expected during a 1-day project on