Friday, December 18, 2015

Town Hall office hours for the Holiday week

Please take note that Windsor Town Hall will be closed the week of December 21st and will reopen on Monday, December 28th.

The next regular Town Council meeting will be held on Wednesday, January 20, 2016.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Storm preparedness questions

Please read the entries on this blog below for storm preparedness tips.

If you have further questions or suggestions regarding winter storm preparedness, please email me at or call me at (707) 838-1000. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about how the Town of Windsor may help you prepare for the predicted strong storm season in 2015-16. We are here to help our residents.

Thursday, December 10, 2015

December 16 Town Council meeting

The agenda and packet for the next Town Council meeting have now been posted on the Town's website at this link:
Newsworthy items include an update on the Countywide Fire Services Study; a presentation by PG&E and our Public Works Department regarding storm season and El Nino preparations; and a status update on the Vintage Oaks on the Town Green project (Bell Village Residential Revisions).

General Plan Update Community Meetings

In March 2016 the Town will host three community workshops to gather input from residents about how Windsor should grow and change over the next 25 years. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to help shape Windsor’s future. How and where should the Town grow and develop? Where should people live and work? How could new development impact traffic congestion, water use, or the environment? And, how will changes in the Town influence the future for your children and grandchildren? With your participation the General Plan Update will answer these and many other questions about our future!

The following dates have been selected and we will be announcing times, locations and specifics in the near future: the evening of Tuesday, March 1, the morning of Saturday, March 5, and the afternoon of Sunday, March 6.


Thursday, December 3, 2015

New Mayor and Vice Mayor Selected

At last night’s Council meeting (Dec. 2), the Council selected Mark Millan to serve as Mayor and Debora Fudge to serve as Vice Mayor. The Council makes these annual selections once per year in conformance with the Government Code.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Please join us Thursday night for the Annual Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting! {RAIN or SHINE!}

On Thursday evening, December 3rd, the festivities start at 5pm on the Windsor Town Green with a Holiday Musical Concert by Windsor schoolchildren. Throughout the evening, the following will be available:

5-8 pm             $1 Jingle Bell Wagon Rides                     
                        $1 Children's Polar Express Train Rides - Huerta Gymnasium
                         Crafts Workshop for Children - Huerta Gymnasium
  See's Candy Fundraiser - Huerta Gymnasium                                    
                         Gingerbread Cookie Decorating - Huerta  Gymnasium
                         $8 Photos with Santa - Huerta Gymnasium

New this year! These food vendors through the Windsor Certified Farmers Market:
Cavaliere's Bakery with coffee, hot cocoa, cakes and cookies
WHS Boosters with Dave's Hot Dogs
BurtoNZ Bakery with warm meat pies and cheese sticks
Just popped up! Kettle Korn
Windsor Farmers Market with Minestrone and Clam Chowder from Santa Rosa Seafood
The Holiday Tree Lighting will take place at 7pm.

Children!  Bring your letters to Santa!  Mail them in "Santa's Special Mailbox" located next to the Central Pavilion (Postage and return address required for North Pole delivery).

Marv Stubbs Memorial Toy Drive:  Donate unwrapped toys at the fire truck located at Honsa and McClelland.  (Sponsored by Windsor Fire Protection District)