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Mayor John Vazquez and six town board trustees who work closely with Town Manager Kelly Arnold provide Windsor a modern and dynamic government designed to meet the growing needs of its residents. The Town Hall is located in the historic Park School building (at 301 Walnut Street), which is easily one of the most visible landmarks in Windsor. The town also maintains a virtual town hall that can be found online at www.windsorgov.com. Town board meetings are held twice monthly and are televised on Comcast Cable Channel 8 for the convenience of the community. All of the town meetings are open to the public and Windsor has several advisory boards that are always looking for active members. In short, the Town of Windsor wants its residents to become involved! Contact the Town Hall at (970) 686-2400.

The Windsor-Severance Fire Protection Department, located at 100 7th Street, has been providing fire suppression and emergency services in Northern Colorado for more than 100 years. In 1902, the department was equipped with a cart, a nozzle, two axes, four buckets and about 500 feet of hose. Today, thankfully, the Windsor-Severance Fire Department is one of the most modern and well-equipped emergency agencies in Weld County. With a staff of more than 60 trained professionals, the Windsor-Severance Fire Protection District provides emergency services including fire suppression and prevention, public education and car seat safety checks, emergency rescue including rope and ice rescue, automobile extrication and hazardous materials containment. For non-emergencies, call (970) 686-2626.

The Windsor Police Department is led by Chief John Michaels. The staff includes 17 full-time patrol officers, two code enforcement officers and a records clerk. Community programs initiated by the police department are designed to empower community members and promote individual awareness. Programs include: Neighborhood Watch, Operation ID, Gang Awareness, Crime Stoppers, Santa Cops, Citizen Radar, Civilian Ride-Along Program, Community Safety Program and Bicycle Safety, including a Bicycle Rodeo. For non-emergencies, call (970) 686-7433. The Police Department is located at 200 N. 11th Street.

For all emergencies, please dial 9-1-1.

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