The Windsor Health Department is a local health department which provides professional public health services to Windsor residents. According to 2017 population estimates, the Windsor geographic area is 29.6 square miles with 29,008 people. The Health Department is governed by the Council-Manager form of government. The legislative function is performed by a bipartisan Council of nine members, who are elected biennially for two-year terms. The Town Council elects a Mayor from its membership for the two-year term and also appoints the Town Manager.

The Department is governed by the Connecticut Public Health Code and the Town of Windsor Code of Ordinances to enforce public health regulations and also to fulfill the core functions of public health and the ten essential services outlined by the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) and defined in Connecticut’s General Statutes. Toward that goal, the Windsor Health Department is committed to improving the health and well-being of all Windsor residents with the Town of Windsor core values in mind – Innovation, Integrity, Partnership, Passion and Responsiveness.


The Windsor Health Department provides the following services

Community Health

Emergency Preparedness

Environmental Health