Monday, March 13, 2017

A United Community

At the March 1, 2017 Town Council meeting, the Town of Windsor Town Council adopted Resolution 3346-17 to express its support of a united community. The resolution can be found in English: and in Spanish:

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Town vision on display

This tile at the newly renovated Town Green playground says it all!

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Windsor Town Green Playground Grand Opening!

Today saw the grand opening of the renovated playground located at 701 McClelland Dr, across from the Huerta Gym. The playground has been closed since the fall of 2016 to undergo a major renovation which included new playground equipment, inclusive play features, rubberized playground surfacing, seating and a new walkway. The enhanced improvements include hand-painted tiles and custom engraved bricks, purchased by community members as part of the Windsor Parks and Recreation Foundation (People4Parks) fund raising campaign.  The Town began outreach and community planning of this project in 2012 and has worked with the People4Parks to raise a portion of the renovation budget.  People4Parks pledged $35,000 towards the completion of this project, including a $25,000 contribution from the Windsor Rotary Club.

The Windsor Town Council, Parks and Recreation Commission, the Windsor Parks and Recreation Foundation Board of Directors, neighbors and staff celebrated with the community today with a “Parks Make Life Better” ceremony in honor of the late Town of Windsor Senior Maintenance Worker Neil Brady who recently retired and passed away in February.

Monday, February 27, 2017

March 1st Council meeting

Our next regular Council meeting is on Wednesday, March 1 beginning at 6pm. The agenda and packet materials may be accessed here:

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Police Chief's Letter to the Community regarding immigration enforcement policies

Letter to the Community

Police Chief Basurto wrote a letter to the Windsor Community regarding the Windsor Police Department’s law enforcement policy with respect to immigration. The letter can be viewed on our Town’s website in English: and in Spanish:  
Press Release

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Monday, February 13, 2017

In January, the Town Council held its biennial goal-setting session. These goal-setting sessions generally take place every other year as part of setting Town-wide direction for the two-year budget. We are currently in the budget preparation process, and a Council budget workshop will take place in May for review of the draft budget. The new two-year budget cycle begins on July 1, 2017.

Council confirmed the following goals for Fiscal Years 2017-18 and 2018-19 (not in rank order):

1.    Urban Growth Boundary ballot measure for November 7, 2017
2.      General Plan Implementation for the first two years of the 22-year plan
3.      Pursue a hotel on the Town Green (part of General Plan Implementation)
4.      Civic Center relocation and redevelopment plans (part of General Plan Implementation)
5.      Proposition 64 – Recreational Marijuana mandates
6.      Lytton Tribe Development
7.      Prepare for SMART service to Windsor
8.      Parks and Recreation Master Plan Implementation
9.      Adopt policy and practice framework to enable and support Affordable Housing developments in Town

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