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Demographic Profile

On behalf of the Windsor Chamber of Commerce, welcome to Windsor, enjoy the view.Population

Year — Windsor — Weld County — Larimer County
1990 — 5,062 — 131,821 — 186,136
2000 — 9,896 — 180,936 — 251,494
2006 — 18,052 — 229,377 — 280,817
2008 — 19,001 — 258,141

Median Age: — 32.7

Climate, Elevation, Land Area

Semi-arid Climate
Average Summer Temperature: — 85 F
Average Winter Temperature: — 45 F
Average Annual Precipitation: — 16.3 inches
Average Annual Snowfall: — 49.7 inches
Elevation: — 4,800 feet above sea level
Land Area: — 14,883 acres (23.5 square miles)

Colorado averages 320 days of sunshine each year. A large part of Northern Colorado’s appeal is its natural beauty and abundant outdoor activities. Windsor recognizes its residents’ desire for the outdoors by creating open space and parks. Currently Windsor has more than 40 miles of trails, including trails around our beautiful lakes and four golf courses as well as the Poudre Trail connecting Windsor to Greeley and Fort Collins.

Travel Distances
City — Miles — Minutes

Loveland — 10 — 15
Fort Collins — 10 — 15
Greeley — 10 — 15
Estes Park — 45 — 50
Cheyenne, WY — 50 — 45
Denver Int’l Airport — 65 — 60

Household Growth
Year — Households

1990 — 2,560
2000 — 3,687
2004 — 5,582
2005 — 5,862
2006 — 6,292
2010* — 7,268
2015* — 8,024
2020* — 10,241
2025* — 13,070

*Estimated Projections
Source: 2006 Update of the 2002 Comprehensive Plan

Household Income
The median annual household income estimated for a five-mile radius of Windsor in 2008 as revised is $70,040. The percentage of the income ranges were as follows:

Less than $20,000: — 4.0%
$20,000 to $30,000: — 13.0%
$30,000 to $50,000: — 15.0%
$50,000 to $75,000: — 23.0%
$75,000 to $100,000: — 18.0%
Over $100,000: — 27.0%

Windsor Taxes
Town Sales Tax: — 3.2%
State Sales Tax: — 2.9%
Larimer County Tax: — 0.8%
Weld County Tax: — 0.0%
Total Windsor-Larimer County Tax: — 6.9%
Total Windsor-Weld County Tax: — 6.1%

Property Taxes
Larimer County: Depending on the location within Larimer County, residential property taxes will amount to approximately one percent of the actual value of real estate. Non-residential will amount to approximately two percent of the actual value.

Weld County: In Weld County, there are 150 tax districts that overlap in a way that creates 1,522 different tax areas, and therefore mill levies, which range from 60.000 to 148.000 mills.

Services, Utilities, Licenses

Cable TV & Internet
Comcast Cable — (888) 824-4010
Buried Cable Information — 811

Gas & Electric
Poudre Valley REA — (800) 432-1012
Xcel Energy — (800) 895-4999

Telephone
Qwest Residential — (800) 244-1111
Qwest Business — (800) 503-6000

Trash/Recycling
Waste Management — (970) 482-6319
Gallegos Sanitation — (970) 484-5556

Water
Town of Windsor — (970) 686-7476

Communication
Windsor Beacon — (970) 686-9646
Windsor Now — (970) 674-1431

Licenses
Driver’s License — (970) 352-5845
License Plates — (970) 304-6520

Weld RE-4 School District
Administration building — (970) 686-8000

Library
Windsor-Severance Library — (970) 686-5603

Voter Registration
Town of Windsor — (970) 686-7476

Windsor Parks & Recreation Department
Community Recreation Center — (970) 674-3500

Demographics presented by: The Windsor Chamber of Commerce and Upstate Colorado Economic Development.

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