In accordance with the CDC's updated recommendations, the Town of Windsor is revising its indoor mask policy due to the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases.
Face coverings are now required for all individuals in all town facilities regardless of vaccination status.

2021 Street Sweeping Schedule

Sweeping of all town streets and town parking lots is scheduled to begin the week of March 29, 2021.  Delays may occur due to weather conditions, but sweeping will continue until the entire town is swept.

  • Sweeping of town streets will be postponed during school vacation to clean the school parking lots before returning to sweeping the streets.
  • Sweeping of bricks and sidewalks near the Green, the Town library, railroad station, Milo Peck Child Development Center, Windsor Avenue, the medians in Wilson, and the Windsor Center River Trail will also be done.
  • The order of the neighborhoods to be swept changes each year so that one neighborhood is not always swept first or swept last.

Sweeping will be performed in the neighborhoods listed below in the following order:

AreaCompleted
1.River Street, Strawberry Hill neighborhoods3/31/2021
2.Day Hill Road Industrial Area4/15/2021
3.Rainbow Area4/22/2021
4.Walden Meadow, Prospect Hill neighborhoods4/16/2021
5.School Parking Lots4/16/21
6.Poquonock, Farmstead, Village Lane neighborhoods4/27/2021
7.Bloomfield Avenue area, Dudley Town Road5/5/2021
8.Matianuck Avenue area5/7/2021
9.Willowcrest, Meadowbrook, Green Manor neighborhoods5/10/2021
10.Wilson area5/14/2021
11Deerfield area5/20/2021
12.Arrowbrook, Oakland Hills neighborhoods5/21/2021
13.Clover, Plymouth, Ludlow neighborhoods5/26/2021
14.Windsor Center, Nook Farms neighborhoods6/2/2021
15.Mill Brook (Mack St., East St., Pleasant St., Pigeon Hill Rd. neighborhoods)6/7/2021
16.Kennedy Rd. South, Pilgrim Village, Palisado South neighborhoods6/11/2021
17.Kennedy Rd. North, Hayden Station, Palisado North neighborhoods6/17/2021

Sweeping of town streets will be postponed during school vacation to clean the school parking lots before returning to sweeping the streets.

Sweeping of bricks and sidewalks near the Green, the Town library, railroad station, Milo Peck Child Development Center, Windsor Avenue, the medians in Wilson, and the Windsor Center River Trail will also be done.

The order of the neighborhoods to be swept changes each year so that one neighborhood is not always swept first or swept last.