There’s always something exciting happening here in town and we want to keep you informed! The communications channels below are the best ways to stay “in the know” on all things Windsor!
We recommend following the town’s Facebook page to stay up-to-date on all things Windsor! Some Town departments also manage their own Facebook pages for information specific to their operations. Please visit our Social Media page to see all town Facebook pages and follow the pages of interest to keep their information in your news feed!
The town manager’s report is a concise summary of key activities and developments within our town. It typically includes updates on town projects, finances, and important events. This report helps inform town officials, residents, and stakeholders about the town’s overall status and progress.
We utilize multiple email newsletters to notify community members of various topics.
The Town Manager’s Report: The town manager’s report is a concise summary of key activities and developments within our town. It typically includes updates on town projects, finances, and important events. This report helps inform town officials, residents, and stakeholders about the town’s overall status and progress.
Town News & Announcements give you updates to town services, important announcements, and general information.
E-Direct: Windsor’s E-Direct mailing list gives you free, up-to-the-minute town news and information directly to your inbox.
E-Gov: Town Council meeting agendas & special meeting notifications.
Recreation: Monthly newsletter advertising recreation programs for all ages.
Library: The Library has four newsletters to choose from:
- All Booked Up wants to help you find your next favorite book.
- Kidspace has all the latest on upcoming Kidspace programs.
- Teen gives you information about books, programs and more.
- Library Line delivers weekly snippets of upcoming programs and events for all ages at the Main Library and the Wilson Branch.
The Bugle is the Windsor Fire Marshal’s Office’s quarterly fire and life safety newsletter. Receive seasonal fire safety and emergency preparedness tips and more.
Windsor Businesses can sign up to receive information from Windsor Economic Development.
What is the emergency alert program?
This service allows you to sign up to get alerts on your cell phone, work phone, text message, e-mail, home phone, and more. You can also choose the locations you want to be contacted about. You can receive notifications about emergencies that may affect your home, your parent’s home, your workplace, and your child’s school, as long as those locations are within the boundaries of the town.
How does the system work?
The system is used to notify residents about imminent threats to health and safety. Public safety officials will send alerts about emergencies such as severe weather, floods, gas leaks, or critical police activity.
Who should register?
All Windsor residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to register. You can sign up here.
What will I receive?
You will receive alerts about emergencies in town, such as flooding, evacuations, and severe storms.
In addition, register with the State of Connecticut to receive information about local, regional, and statewide emergencies by clicking on the CT Alert button.
Why should I register?
The state and the town only have limited abilities to immediately get urgent information to you if an emergency occurs.
What if I do not have a traditional telephone landline?
Traditional telephone landlines are already entered into the town and the state’s systems, but cell phones, email addresses, and other communication tools are not included. Register these devices by signing up on BOTH links below to be certain to get critical information quickly. You can also choose to register more than one address in town, so you can get information about situations that are affecting your child’s daycare center, your elderly parent’s home, or your workplace.
This publication highlights Windsor’s activities, programs, events, civic/non-profit organizations, and feature stories. It is published three times a year, in April, August, and December.
The summer 2024 edition of There’s a Lot to Do in Windsor will be delivered to Windsor residents and businesses together with the Hartford Courant’s Courant Community newspaper the week of April 22nd. If you are a non-profit, civic, or religious organization and you would like to have your event considered for inclusion in future brochures, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Here’s our production schedule:
The summer 2024 edition will include May through August information. Submission deadline: February 14
The fall 2024 edition will include September through December information. Submission deadline: June 19
The winter 2025 edition will include January through April information. Submission deadline: TBD
If you would like to report a broken swing, fallen tree, damage at a town park, field, or open space, animal issue, or any other matter requiring town attention, submit a request through See Click Fix. The system is available 24/7 and requests are automatically routed to the town staff best suited to address the concern. You will also have the option to receive updates as we work to resolve the matter.
The Town of Windsor is now on Nextdoor! Join the community and stay connected with your neighbors while receiving all the latest updates from Windsor. Sign up today and start building those local connections.