Guide to Community Information
24-hour call back line - 860-285-1805
is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You may leave your non-emergency
message, question or concern and someone from Information Services will return
your call within 24 hours.
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American Association of Retired Persons meets the first Tuesday of the month
except during July, August and November at the L.P. Wilson Community Center.
For additional information, contact Senior Services at 860-285-1992.
Prior to elections and referenda, absentee ballots are available to qualified
registered voters at the Town Clerk’s Office. An application for an absentee
ballot can be mailed upon request. Please call 860-285-1902.
Reports - Automobile
Most insurance companies contact the Police Department directly to request
motor vehicle accident reports on personal injury or damage claims exceeding
$1,000. Copies of the report can be obtained at the Public Safety Complex,
340 Bloomfield Avenue, at the cost of $0.50 per copied page. Each incident is
given a case number at the scene. Please ask for the report by the case
number or by the date and location of the accident. For additional
information, please call 860-688-5273.
The Adult Education program serves the educational needs of adult
residents sixteen years of age or older through a variety of evening programs
offered each spring and fall at Windsor High School. They include high school
completion, adult basic literacy, English language and citizenship instruction
as well as general interest courses in the areas of arts & crafts, computers,
dance, health & fitness, home & garden, languages, literature & writing, money
management and personal growth and recreation. High school completion, adult
basic literacy and English language instruction are available during the day
at the L.P. Wilson Community Center. Free child care is also available during
the morning classes. For further information, call 860-687-2000, ext. 273.
Agricultural Experiment Station (State of CT)
Located at 153 Cook Hill Road, this agency will answer questions related to
agriculture or home gardening. In addition, they will diagnose plant and soil
problems, identify insects and test ticks for Lyme disease. Their services are
provided to Windsor residents free of charge. For additional information,
please call 860-683-4977.
Guns, Air Rifles, Bow and Arrow
Regulated by Chapter 12 of the Windsor Town Ordinance. Contact the Police
Department for further information at 860-688-5273.
Windsor Volunteer Ambulance, Inc. is located at the Safety Complex, 340
Bloomfield Avenue. Please call 9-1-1 for emergencies. For general
information, please call 860-688-8244.
The Town Animal Control Officer is located at the Safety Complex, 340
Bloomfield Avenue. For information, please call 860-688-5273 ext.556.
need assistance with the removal of a dead animal from a town
roadway, please call 860-285-1855 weekdays from 7:00 a.m. - 3:00
p.m. or if on a state roadway, please call 860-688-4848.
need assistance evenings and/or weekends, please call the Police Department at
their non-emergency number at 860-688-5273.
assistance with removal of a wild animal from your house or yard, contact the
State Game Warden at 860-424-3011.
of Property Assessment and Real Property Taxes
The Board of Assessment Appeals, which is composed of three private citizens,
meets twice a year to hear appeals for those disputing their assessments. The
September meeting is usually held on a Saturday and is exclusively for motor
vehicles. The March meetings are determined annually by the number of
individuals who wish to appeal and are open for any type of property appeal,
real estate, motor vehicle and personal property. For the March meetings,
pursuant to Connecticut General Statutes, applications must be
filed with the Town Assessor starting on February 1st and filed by no later
than February 20th. Failure to comply with this requirement constitutes a
waiver to meet with the Board for that year. For more information call
860-285-1817 or visit
If you have concerns about asbestos in a product or home, please contact
Windsor’s Health and Environment team at 860-285-1823.
Automobile Emissions Inspection Program
State of Connecticut requires emissions inspections of automobiles and trucks.
For locations of inspection stations or additional information, please call
1-888-828-8399 or visit the website at
Guidelines and a temporary food permit for non-profit groups conducting bake
sales may be obtained from the Health Department. For additional information,
please call 860-285-1823.
For information regarding recreational basketball leagues for children and
adults, please call Recreation at 860-285-1990 or visit the town website at
Beekeepers must register all beehives with the Connecticut State Entomologist.
If a homeowner is having a problem with bees, they may call the Agricultural
Experiment Station located at 153 Cook Road at 860-683-4977.
Birth certificates are available in the Town Clerk’s Office in the town where
the birth occurred, the town where the mother was residing at the time of the
birth, or at the Connecticut State Health Department, Vital Statistics Unit.
Certified copies are $20 each. Birth certificates may also be issued in a
"wallet size." The fee for this size is $15. For additional information,
please call 860-285-1902.
(see phone list at the end of the A to Z Guide)
The administrative offices of the Board of Education are located at 601
Matianuck Avenue. Phone 860-687-2000 / Fax 860-687-2009. The Board of
Education consists of nine members who serve two year terms. The Board sets
policy for the public schools and meets the third Tuesday of most months. A
current list of Board of Education members is available at the
Superintendent’s office at 860-687-2000 ext. 236 or from Information Services
at 860-285-1902. The Board of Education’s website is
To reach the Superintendent of Schools, call 860-687-2000 x236.
Windsor has approximately 23 Boards and Commissions. Most members are
appointed by the Town Council, as recommended by the Republican or Democratic
Town Committees or the Personnel Committee. To find a description, duties and
additional information on each board/commission, please click on
and click on the Boards and Commissions link found under the Town Government
tab at the top of the page. Agendas are posted on the public bulletin board
outside of the Council Chambers at the Town Hall 24 hours prior to a meeting,
at the offices of the affiliated agency and on the town website. Information
regarding scheduled meeting dates can be obtained from the Town Clerk's office
Bottles/Glass Recycling (Also see Recycling)
For information on recycling bottles, glass, cans, cardboard and paper
products, please call the
at 860-285-1833 or visit the website at
Town and School
A hard copy of the budget for viewing is available at the Windsor Public
Libraries, the Town Manager’s Office and the Town Clerk’s Office in the Town
Hall. The Town's fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30. In December
or early January, the Town Council sets the budget calendar for the upcoming
year. This calendar lists dates when public input is received, as well as a
schedule of budget sessions. All Town Council meetings on the budget are open
to the public.
Windsor’s building Inspector can be reached at 860-285-1960. A building
permit is a legal document required by State of Connecticut Statute for
changes made to real estate. An application must be filed before beginning
construction. Instructions regarding how to obtain a permit can be viewed
The Connecticut Transit District services Windsor. Bus schedules are available
by calling the Transit District at 860-525-9181 or by going online at
For the hearing impaired, please call 860-727-8196. Bus schedules are
available inside the Windsor Chamber of Commerce office.
Windsor Sextons return burial and disinterment permits to the Town Clerk’s
Office, where a database of information is maintained. For additional
information, please call Information Services at 860-285-1902.
In compliance with State of Connecticut Statutes, any Windsor business that is
not incorporated or named after the owner must register with the Town Clerk’s
Office. A trade name certificate must be signed by the principal person or
persons and must be notarized. The filing fee is $5 per page. New businesses
should check with the Planning & Zoning department at 860-285-1980 to avoid
future zoning issues. Please call the Town Clerk's Office at 860-285-1902 if
you have any questions.
Windsor is served by Comcast at 1-860-438-8472 or at 1-800-934-6489
Channel 5, WIN-TV (the public access channel), and Channel 95
(education/how-to-channel) are operated from the L.P. Wilson Community Center,
599 Matianuck Avenue. For more information about WIN-TV, call 860-688-2626 or
go to their website at
Channel 96, WG-TV (Windsor Government Television), is operated from the Town
Hall. For more information about WG-TV, call 860-285-1838.
Before digging a hole or excavating on private or public property, call for
the location of underground utilities at 1-203-281-5435 or 811.
Located at 330 Windsor Avenue, the Caring Connection is a long-term community
health center for elders, disabled adults and respite care for caregivers.
Hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A professional
staff provides health monitoring, medication management, family counseling and
resource information, therapeutic recreation, a nutritious noontime meal, two
snacks and door-to-door transportation. For additional information regarding
this service, call 860-547-0251, fax 860-547-0254 or visit the website at
Cemeteries in Windsor
Grove Cemetery, Poquonock Avenue - 860-688-3228
Mt. St. Benedict, West Wolcott Road - 860-242-0738
Northwood Cemetery, Matianuck Avenue - 860-722-6545
Palisado Cemetery, Palisado Avenue - 860-688-2200
Riverside Cemetery, East Street - 860-688-2200
Veterans Cemetery, East Street - 860-688-2200
St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Poquonock Avenue - 860-683-9566
Tikvoh Chadoshoh, Clubhouse Road - 860-688-9989
Ye Olde Poquonock Burial Grounds, Marshall Phelps Road - 860-688-3813
The State of Connecticut’s census data and other sources of current census
data are available by contacting the reference desk of the Windsor Library at
860-285-1918 or Planning Department at 860-285-1980.
A Certificate of Occupancy, sometimes referred to as a "C.O." is the
final step in executing a building permit. A certificate of occupancy is
issued after the final inspection. No new structure may be used and no
addition or building may be occupied until a "C.O." is issued. A Certificate
of Approval is issued after inspections for all other building permits such as
electrical or mechanical permits are obtained. For additional information,
please call 860-285-1960 or visit the website at
The Chamber is located at 261 Broad Street (across from the Post Office).
Information regarding the Chamber, programs and membership is available by
calling 860-688-5165. Additional information can be found on their website
A list of Civic organizations is available at the Town Clerk’s Office
or Town Manager's Office. For more information, please call 860-285-1902 or
Preparedness (Emergency Management)
A state mandated local volunteer organization whose mission is to maximize the
survival of people, prevent and/or minimize injuries, and preserve property
and resources by responding to natural, technical or man-made disasters. To
learn more about volunteering, contact Mr. Mike Pepe at 860-285-1823.
Wilson Community Center is located at 599 Matianuck Avenue. The office hours
are Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon. Meeting rooms are available and performing arts, ceramics and
senior citizen programs are held at the facility. For more information call
Bloomfield Avenue & I-91 - Exit 37
Poquonock Avenue & I-91 - Exit 38
Archer Road & I-91 - Exit 39
Putnam Highway across from Columbia Road - Exit 35
Windsor Avenue at Faneuil Street - Exit 35
Windsor Center at Mechanic Street - Exit 36
Complaints regarding roadways, streets, sink holes, drainage problems,
snowplowing, mailbox damage and lawn damage due to snowplowing, street light
repairs, median maintenance, parks maintenance (picnic tables, litter,
property damage, benches, bleachers) and other miscellaneous items, please
contact the Public Works Department at 860-285-1855. Once the complaint is
received by Public Works, it will then be added into the system (See Click
Fix) which logs all citizen complaints in order of date received and assigns
these projects to various personnel within this department. Citizens can also
log their own complaints by going to the Town of Windsor’s website at
and clicking the “See, Click, Fix” icon on the front page. Please keep in mind
that some repairs/maintenance cannot be made until the weather permits us to
do so. For instance, if a snow plow has damaged your lawn in the process of
snow plowing, it will be repaired as soon as the weather permits. Most of
these types of repairs are scheduled during the Spring months.
The Health and Environment team handles all complaints related to food
illness, communicable or infectious diseases and environmental issues. Please
For school-related complaints, please contact the Superintendent of Schools at
860-687-2000, ext. 236, or refer to the listing at the end of the A to Z Guide
for department phone numbers.
the Town Manager's office at 860-285-1800 for any unresolved
complaints involving town services or town property or you can lodge a
complaint via email at
Free compost is available for residents at the Windsor/Bloomfield Landfill.
For information and availability call 860-285-1833.
Weekly summer concerts are held on the Town Green on Thursday evenings from
6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. For additional information, call the Windsor Chamber of
Commerce at 860-688-5165 or visit
In the event of bad weather, concerts are usually rescheduled to the following
Windsor Probate Court,
1540 Sullivan Avenue, South Windsor - 860-644-2511 ext. 371
in Hartford, 95 Washington Street - 860-548-2700 or
in Enfield, 111 Phoenix Avenue - 860-741-3727 or
in Hartford, 450 Main Street - 860-240-3200 or
Windsor Discovery Center is a nationally accredited child care program
operated by the Town of Windsor since 1980 serving children ages six weeks
through 12 years. It is housed in the Milo W. Peck Child Development Center
located at 114 Palisado Avenue. This Center is also home to Windsor’s
Montessori School and the Windsor Parent Center. For information, please call
860-285-1400 or visit their website at
These programs are accredited by the National Association of Young Children.
Centers Information Line:
2-1-1 or 800-505-1000
Windsor sextons submit burial and disinterment permits to the Town Clerk's
office where a database of information is maintained. For additional
information, please call Information Services at 860-285-1902.
Department of Transportation (State of Connecticut)
State roads are plowed and maintained by the State of Connecticut’s Department
of Transportation. State roads in Windsor are:
305 (Bloomfield Avenue)
159 (Windsor Avenue, Broad Street and Palisado Avenue)
178 (Park Avenue)
218 (Cottage Grove Road)
187 (Blue Hills Avenue Ext.)
their maintenance garage in Windsor, please call 688-4848.
Windsor’s Dial-a-Ride provides transportation for senior citizens 60 years and
older and adults receiving social security disability benefits who are without
other means of daytime transportation. The service provides Windsor residents
with in-town transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping,
banking, senior activities, beauty/barber appointments, the library, etc.
Transportation is available Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM. - 4:30 PM.
Reservations must be made by 12:00 noon at least two days prior to the
transport date. To reserve a ride, please dial 860-285-1846 and leave your
name, address, telephone number, destination and the time of your appointment,
including how long you expect to be there. Your message will be recorded. The
bus driver will call you the morning of your ride to advise you of your pickup
time. If you have not received your confirmation, call the morning of your
ride or to cancel your ride, please call 860-285-1996 as soon as possible.
Windsor's Dial-a-Ride service also provides transportation for
out-of-town appointments. Rides are available Monday through Friday from 8:00
AM - 4:30 PM to surrounding towns (see list below). Wheelchair transportation
can be accommodated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays to the towns of
Bloomfield, West Hartford and Hartford. Please call 860-285-1992 at least
seven days in advance of your scheduled appointment. Please let us know if
you will be using a wheelchair, guide dog or other assistance. If you have
not received your confirmation call or to cancel your ride, please call
860-285-1992 as soon as possible. We also transport patrons to the following
surrounding towns: East Hartford, Enfield, Farmington, Newington, West
Hartford and Windsor Locks.
Directions to Windsor Town Hall
(see end of document)
Case management services and eligibility screening are available for adults
with disabilities. For additional information, please call Social Services at
Every dog over 6 months of age must be licensed annually. The license is valid
from July through the following June and can be obtained at the Town Clerk's
Office. Proof of a valid rabies shot must be provided before a license can be
issued. With proof of spaying or neutering, a license will cost $8 and an
unaltered dog will cost $19. Please call 860-285-1902 or go online to
for more information.
State law prohibits owners from allowing their dogs to roam. There is a 1/3
acre dog park with two play areas located at Northwest Park at 104 Lang Road.
Information may be found at
Pound/Animal Control Officer
The Dog Pound is located on Mechanic Street next to the commuter parking lot.
To claim your lost dog or to adopt a dog, please call the Animal Control
Officer at 860-688-5273 ext. 556.
report a clogged or damaged drain or for information about storm water
drainage projects, please call 860-285-1855.
Brochures and information may be obtained by calling Windsor’s Economic
Development Director at 860-285-1877. For information regarding the Bradley
Development League, please call 860-285-1877 or First Town Downtown at
860-683-5715 or visit their website at
Offices for the Elderly and Disabled Housing, Section 8 and Fitch Court
Apartments are located at Windsor Housing Authority at 156 Bloomfield Avenue.
For information about Elderly and Disabled Housing, call 860-285-8090.
Elections are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
Municipal elections take place in odd-numbered years, State elections in
even-numbered years and Presidential elections take place every four years.
For additional information, please call the Registrars of Voters at
860-285-1955, 860-285-1957, 860- 285-1958, or the Town Clerk’s Office at
Building and Land Development Team at 860-285-1960 or visit their website at
Emergency Management -
Emergency School Closing
Announcements will be made on local radio and TV stations in case of inclement
weather or other emergency closing. Call 860-687-2000, ext. 180 for an
up-to-date recorded message.
9-1-1 for any emergency.
1-888-828-8399 for information about the State of Connecticut Emissions
Testing Program or visit their website at
(see Automobile Emissions).
Machine for Public Use
businesses in town have fax machines for public use. Windsor Library has a
self-service machine that can both send and receive faxes. Call 860-285-1918
for more information.
report a fire, please call 9-1-1.
Windsor Volunteer Fire Department consists of approximately 120 volunteer
firefighters and a volunteer Fire Chief. For information about volunteering,
call 860-285-1983 or visit their website at
Districts (Wilson and Windsor)
Fire Districts were established by the State Legislature in the late 19th
Century and the early years of the 20th Century. These districts were brought
into existence to provide services such as fire protection, street and
sidewalk repair, ash and trash pick-up, etc. To pay for this service, Fire
Districts also had the power to levy and collect taxes.
government provides services formerly provided by Fire Districts. All
residents of Windsor receive police and fire protection, street maintenance,
snow removal, sidewalk repair, street lights and many other services.
Residents of the Windsor Fire District (Windsor Center area) or the Wilson
Fire District (south of Wolcott Avenue) pay an additional tax each year on
real and personal property. These two fire districts contract for rubbish
pick-up within their district. If you live in one of the fire districts and
have questions regarding rubbish pick up, please call:
Wilson Fire District, Ken Shuckerow at 860-389-4966
Windsor Fire District, Bruce MacClintic at 860-688-3415
Per town ordinance, the homeowner/business is responsible for the clearing of
The Fire Marshal is responsible for fire code administration, arson
investigation, fire prevention and fire education programs. For additional
information, please call 860-285-1970 or 860-285-1971.
insurance companies require their policy holders to provide a copy of the Fire
Department Incident Report when they have had a fire loss. These reports are
available by contacting the Fire Marshal's office at 860-285-1970 or
Clinics are held every fall for Windsor’s elderly and residents with chronic
health problems. For additional information, please call the Health and
Environment Department at 860-285-1823.
The Windsor Food Bank is located at the L.P. Wilson Community Center. It is
open on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and Wednesdays from
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Thursdays from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. –
6:45 p.m. It is closed on Fridays. The Food bank is a joint effort of
Windsor Social Services and the Windsor Community Service Council. The
Windsor Food Bank assists Windsor residents who are experiencing financial
difficulties and those who need supplemental food assistance. Please call
860-285-1839 with any questions or visit the website at
Information concerning food safety, regulations pertaining to food handling,
and permits for temporary food vending, please call the Health Department at
Foot nurses are at the Senior Center once a month. The cost is $29. For an
appointment, please call 860-285-1992.
Connecticut Energy Assistance program assists qualified households with energy
assistance in the fall and winter each year. The office is located at the
L.P. Wilson Center. For an appointment, please call 860-560-5800. The
Windsor Fuel Bank may be able to provide additional assistance to Windsor
residents when you have exhausted the CT Energy Assistance Program’s benefits
and need additional assistance. Help with your electric bill may also be
available. Please call Social Services at 860-285-1839 for more information.
Operation Fuel, FEMA and the Windsor Fuel Bank may be able to help when a
person does not qualify for CRT. Please call 860-285-1839 for more
(See Transfer Station)
a social group for people 60 and over. The club meets at 1:00 p.m. the third
Wednesday of each month, September through June, at the L.P. Wilson Community
Center. Please call 860-285-1992 for more information.
(senators, legislators) - see "State"
Disposal of grass is prohibited in Connecticut. Therefore, the landfill does
not accept grass clippings. The Connecticut Department of Environmental
Protection suggests that residents use either mulching mowers or manage the
clippings by "grass cycling." See the CT DEEP website at
for more information.
by the Police Department located at 340 Bloomfield Avenue. Please call
Handicapped Parking Permits
contact the Department of Motor Vehicles at 860-263-5700 for additional
Windsor-Bloomfield Residential Transfer Station cannot accept hazardous
materials. Residents of Windsor should bring their household hazardous wastes
to a MDC Household Hazardous Waste collection event. These are typically held
on Saturdays in the various MDC towns in the area. Residents can go to the
or call 860-278-7850 and press "2" for further information on these
Start is a federally funded preschool program for low income children located
at the Milo W. Peck Child Development Center, 114 Palisado Avenue. For more
information, please call 860-687-1643.
information regarding hearing clinics and hearing aid cleaning and checking,
please call Senior Services at 860-285-1992.
are two historic districts - the Broad Street Green Historic District and the
Palisado Avenue Historic District which is located just north of the
Farmington River along Palisado Avenue to Bissell Ferry Road. The National
Register also includes structures under the heading "Eighteenth and
Nineteenth Century Brick Architecture of Windsor." The Historic District
Commission oversees requests by residents to change the appearance of property
located in the historic district. Please call 860-285-1980 for more
Dr. Hezekiah Chaffee House - c1767 - 108 Palisado Avenue - 860-683-3813 or
- see "Museums"
Oliver Ellsworth Homestead - constructed in 1780/1781
778 Palisado Avenue - 860-688-8717 –
Elm Grove Mortuay Chapel - established in 1893
1340 Poquonock Avenue
Farmington River Railroad Bridge - established in 1867
seen from the Palisado Bridge near First Church
First Church in Windsor - present meeting house erected in 1794 -
107 Palisado Avenue - organized in 1630 and is the oldest Congregational
Church in America. The adjoining Burial Ground contains the oldest tombstone
in the State dated 1644. 860-688-7229
First English Settlement Stone - located on the Loomis Chaffe campus
Luddy/Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum
located at Northwest Park - 860-285-1888 –
Railroad Station & Freight House - established in 1870
Stony Hill School - established in 1850
1185 Windsor Avenue - 860-683-8923
Strong House - c1758
96 Palisado Avenue - 860-688-3813 -
- see "Museums"
Elijah Barber House - constructed in 1790
227 Windsor Avenue
Huntington House - constructed in 1901
289 Broad Street
Benoni Case House - constructed in 1834
436 Rainbow Road
Edgar & Anna Mosler House - constructed in 1870
1879 Poquonock Avenue
Captain Nathaniel Hayden House - constructed in 1763
128 Hayden Station Road
Amy Archer House - constructed in 1880
37 Prospect Street
Elihu & Annie Winchell House - constructed in 1865
37 Prospect Street
William Phelps House - constructed in 1670
122 East Street
Hodge & Co. Paper Mill - constructed in 1855
347 Rainbow Road
The Windsor Historical Society, founded in 1921, preserves and interprets
Windsor's history through exhibitions, educational programs, publications,
active collecting and research. Its facilities include the 1758 John and
Sarah Strong House, the 1767 Hezekiah Chaffee House, two exhibition galleries,
an extensive research library, Hands-On-History Learning Center, museum gift
shop and historic herb garden. The Society is located at 96 Palisado Avenue
and is open to the public Wednesday - Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
For more information, call 860-688-3813 or visit their website at
Bound Delivery Service for Library Materials
Any Windsor resident who is confined to his/her home is welcome to receive
free delivery of library materials from local volunteers. Call 860-285-1912.
The Housing Authority of the Town of Windsor is located at 156 Bloomfield
Avenue, Windsor, CT 06095. Offices for the Elderly and Disabled Housing,
Section 8 and Fitch Court Apartments are located at this address. Call
860-285-8090 for more information.
Proper house numbers are required by town ordinance and numbering is important
for your safety. In an emergency, valuable time is lost if Police, Fire, or
Ambulance personnel cannot locate your house. House numbers must be plain
block numbers 3" high. Place the number so it can be lighted at night or is on
a fence or mail box where vehicle lights will illuminate it. Place it so it
is clearly visible when approaching from either direction.
Are the skating ponds open? Call the recreation Info line at 860-285-1988.
For more information, please call the Department of Homeland Security at
1-800-375-5283 or visit the website at
If you have a question regarding town services, please call Information
Services at 860-285-1902 and/or 860-285-1800.
Maps are available in the Planning Department as well as regulations which are
also available online at
A Wetlands Permit is required for work within regulated areas. A regulated
area is 150 feet from the edge of a wetland or watercourse as defined by the
State of Connecticut. Please call 860-285-1987 for more information.
Agricultural Experiment Station (State of CT)
Located at 153 Cook Hill Road - 860-683-4977
Find the Town of Windsor at
Windsor's Senior Job Bank serves as a referral location by posting jobs that
are sent to us. These positions are available to any person age 55 and older
and adults with disabilities. For more information, please call 860-285-1992.
Working Papers for Windsor Teenagers
Windsor teens may obtain working papers in the Career Resource Center at
Windsor High School, 50 Sage Park Road. Applicants must appear in person and
must bring proof of age and a completed promise of employment. For more
information, call 860-687-2020 ext. 384 or visit
and click on the following: ‘schools’, ‘Windsor high’, ‘visit site’, ‘school
counseling’, and then under ‘forms’ click on ‘working papers for teens.’
Windsor Police (per Town Ordinance) handle enforcement. For additional
information, please call the Police Department non-emergency number at
860-688-5273 ext. 501.
of the Peace
A list of Windsor Justices of the Peace, who normally perform marriages, is
available on the Town Clerk’s Office website at
Every 4 years, the major political parties recommend a slate of people to
become Justices. In addition, at that time, the Town Clerk may appoint
unaffiliated or minor party voters. During the ensuing 4 years, the major
political parties may continue to appoint Justices to maintain their quota,
however, unaffiliated or minor party voters may not be appointed.
Kerosene heaters are not permitted to be used in any building in Windsor. For
additional information, please call 860-285-1971.
(See Transfer Station)
Please contact the Transfer Station for up-to-date information at 860-285-1833
or visit the website at
of Women Voters of Windsor
The Windsor League of Women Voters is a non-partisan, non-profit, volunteer,
grassroots organization whose mission is first to encourage the informed and
active participation of all citizens in government and second to increase
understanding of major public policy issues and to influence public policy
through education and advocacy. For more information, visit the Windsor
League's website at
The Windsor Public Library at 323 Broad Street is located at the south
end of the Town Green at the corner of Broad Street and Batchelder Road.
Parking is on the east side of the building. The
Book Return, open 24/7, is on the south side
of the building near Batchelder Road. Library hours are Monday - Thursday
from 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Fri 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Saturdays from 10:00
a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and Sundays closed.
Lending Desk (phone renewals, fines, library cards) - 860-285-1910
-- Meeting Room & Quiet Study Room Bookings - 860-285-1913
-- Reference Desk (requests for materials or information, public computers,
computer bookings) - 860-285-1918
-- Kidspace Desk for information about children’s programs & museum passes -
-- Home Bound Delivery Service - 860-285-1912
-- Windsor Library’s Home Page (both Main & Wilson) www.windsorlibrary.com
can access many library materials from home through the library's website at
The website provides downloadable audio books, full text magazines, newspapers
and research journals, online auto repair manuals, online test preparation for
academic and civil service exams, business directories and more.
Wilson Branch Library at 365 Windsor Avenue is located south of the I-291
overpass at the corner of Windsor Avenue and Faneuil Street. Wilson Library
hours are Monday from 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., Tuesday - Friday from 10:00 a.m.
- 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and closed on Sunday.
information about the Wilson Branch materials and tutoring program, please
call 860-247-8960. For information about other programs or to make an
appointment for notary services, please call 860-285-1931.
Sporting licenses (fishing, hunting, and trapping) are available at the Town
Clerk’s Office. Hunters must show hunter safety certification or a previous
(within 5 years) resident hunting license. State of Connecticut
Conservation/Firearms Safety Course information can be found by calling
860-675-8130 or 860-642-7239. Children under 16 do not need a fishing license.
A Junior Hunting license is $11 and a hunter's safety certification must be
shown. For more information, call the Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
fishing license is $28, hunting license is $19 and a combination license
(hunting & fishing) is $40. Pheasant stamp is $28 and a state duck stamp is
$13. Licenses are good for the calendar year. Available in December for a
special holiday gift for the sportsperson in your family! For more
information, call the Town Clerk's office at 860-285-1902.
fishing licenses are available for blind and/or intellectually disabled
persons. Proof of blindness will be in a form of a certificate from the US
Veterans Administration or from the Connecticut Department of Education for
the Blind. Proof of intellectual disability will be in the form of a
certificate issued by any person licensed to practice medicine and surgery in
the State of Connecticut. For more information, call the Town Clerk's office
Licenses - to qualify for this free license, one must have reached the age of
65 and have been a resident of the State for not less than one year. Licenses
must be renewed annually. For more information, call the Town Clerk's office
Licenses are available at the Town Clerk's office. Cost is $19 for a male or
female and $8 for a neutered or spayed dog.
additional information on licenses, please contact the Town Clerk's office at
860-285-1902 or visit their website at
Town maps are available at the Town Clerk’s Office at 860-285-1902. Plot plans
are available from the Building and Land team in Town Hall at
860-285-1960. Aerial maps are available from the Engineering Department at
marriage license is valid for 65 days and may be obtained in the town in which
the marriage occurs or the town of residence of either parties. At the time
the certificate is obtained, the couple must declare the location of their
ceremony. Both parties must appear to sign their marriage certificate. There
is no waiting period in Connecticut. As soon as the license is issued, the
couple may join. The license fee is $30. For additional information, please
This program provides one or two meals per day 7 days a week and is managed by
the Visiting Nurses Association and a volunteer coordinator. Volunteer drivers
handle delivery of meals. For additional information, please call Visiting
Nurses at 203-330-5538. The Community Renewal Team (CRT) also has a
meals-on-wheels program that services Windsor. Call 860-560-5800 for more
Used medical equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, bath and shower chairs
and other equipment is available at no cost to Windsor residents at the Senior
Loaning Closet located at the Senior Center. The Loaning Closet also accepts
donations of used medical equipment in clean working condition. Call
The Community Center located at 330 Windsor Avenue and the Windsor Library
have meeting rooms (capacity up to 200) which are available to Windsor-based
non-profit organizations. Please call the Library at 860-285-1913 or the L.P.
Wilson Community Center at 860-285-1990 for more information. An insurance
certificate is required to use a town or Board of Education facility. Contact
the Risk Manager at 860-285-1851 for minimum limits of the insurance
requirements. See Room Rentals for more information.
Metropolitan District Commission (MDC)
MDC provides water and sewer service to Windsor, one of its eight member
towns. For problems concerning water, please call 860-278-7850. MDC’s sewage
plant is located at 1222 Poquonock Avenue, Windsor.
The property tax rate is determined by dividing the total amount of the budget
of the town by the Net Taxable Grand List that is produced by the Town
Assessor. The Net Taxable Grand List is a listing of all the taxable Real
Estate, Motor Vehicles, and Personal Property in the town as of the assessment
date of October 1. A tax rate of one mill produces $1 of taxes on each $1,000
of property assessment.
voters of the Town of Windsor have the ultimate choice as to what the mill
rate will be by their participation in the budget meetings in April and the
annual town meeting or budget referendum in May. Once the budget has been
approved by the citizens via referendum, the Town Council simply does the math
and sets the rate.
The Windsor Montessori School is located at the Milo W. Peck Child Development
Center, 114 Palisado Avenue. The Windsor Montessori School serves children
ages 18 months to 6 years old. The school is accredited by the National
Association for Education of Young Children and American Montessori Society.
For more information, please call 860-285-1400 or visit their website at
Vehicles - Ct. Department of
Office – I-91 North to Exit 48, Right off Exit onto Elm Street. Follow Elm
Street to a fork in the road. Bear left to Shaker Road (RT 220). Take a right
at the second light onto George Washington Street. The second left off of
Washington Street is Pearson Way. The Motor Vehicle Department is located at 4
Pearson Way, Enfield, CT. Their website is
Hours of operation are: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 7:45 a.m. – 4 p.m.,
Thursdays from 9:15 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The Enfield office offers limited services.
For information on steps you can take to minimize mosquito infestation, call
the Health and Environment Department at 860-285-1823.
& Historic Places (also see Historic Sites)
places of interest in Windsor:
Dr. Hezekiah Chaffee House, located at 108 Palisado Avenue, was
built in about 1767 and was home to several generations of the Chaffee family,
an 18th century doctor's office and the location of the Chaffee School for
Girls in the 20th century. For more information, please call 860-688-3813 or
visit the website at
located at 778 Palisado Avenue, was built in 1780/1781 as the home of Oliver
Ellsworth, a framer of the United States Constitution, Connecticut's first
senator, third Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court and envoy to
France after the Revolution. Operated as a museum by the Connecticut Daughters
of the American Revolution, "Elmwood" is open to visitors May 15 - October 15
on most Fridays and Saturdays from noon until 4:00 p.m. Reservations for group
tours are welcome. For more information, please call 860-688-8717 or www.ellsworthhomesteaddar.org
Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum,
located at Northwest Park off Lang Road, features exhibits from Windsor’s
tobacco farms. The museum consists of two buildings: one was remodeled to
accommodate exhibits of early and modern equipment used to grow tobacco and
the other houses photographs, writings and documents relating to the history
of tobacco farming in Windsor (see Windsor Historical Society and National
Register.) For more information, please call 860-285-1888 or visit the
Sarah Strong House,
located at 96 Palisado Avenue, was built c1758 and housed Windsor's first post
office and a small general store in the 18th century and later was the first
home of the Windsor Historical Society. For more information, contact the
Society at 860-688-3813 or visit the website at
Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut, located at 115
Pierson Lane, is dedicated to the preservation of old time communications
equipment and to educating the public about its history. Part science museum
and part history museum, it has hands-on displays of radios, televisions,
telephones, telegraphs, motion picture equipment and much more! For more
information, please call 860-683-2903 or 860-673-0518 or visit the website at
Windsor Historical Society, located at 96 Palisado Avenue, was founded in
1921 and preserves and interprets Windsor's history through exhibitions,
education programs, publications, active collecting and research. Its
facilities include the 1758 John and Sarah Strong House, the 1767 Hezekiah
Chaffee House, two exhibition galleries, an extensive research library,
Hands-On-History Learning Center, museum gift shop and historic herb garden.
The Society is open to the public Wednesday-Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. For more information call 860-683-3813 or visit the website at
Registered public notaries are available at the
or you may call for an appointment at the L.P. Wilson Community Center at
860-285-1839 or the Wilson Library at 860-285-1931. The cost for each Notary
Seal is $2.00. Please make sure that your documents are complete. All dates
and dollar amounts must be filled in. If your document requires witnesses,
you must bring your witnesses with you. We do not witness documents.
signer must be present and show adequate identification (a photo ID is
required as well as a separate signature or additional photo ID.) Per State
Statute, a P.O. Box is not an acceptable address. If a parent or guardian is
signing the document, please provide adequate identification. In the case of
a guardian, please bring the paperwork showing the identifying authority and
the paperwork provided by probate court (guardianship papers). Please be
advised that if you wish to have your document notarized, the notary public
must see the entire document. If your document is confidential, you may want
to take it to an attorney to notarize.
Clerk's Office does not notarize Wills or Living Wills. These documents should
be notarized by an attorney. Documents written in a foreign language cannot
be notarized. Contact the Secretary of the State's Office, Notary Division at
860-509-6137 and request the name of a notary who can read your documents.
burning is allowed in the Town of Windsor. Call 860-285-1970.
of the Town Ordinances are kept in the Town Clerk's Office, libraries and
various town departments. Copies of pages may be made for $.50 each. The
Town Ordinances are also available for review through the town’s website at
The Windsor Parent Center is located at the Milo W. Peck Child Development
Center, 114 Palisado Avenue. It offers a variety of programs for small
children and their caregivers during the day and in the evenings. For more
information, please call 860-285-1400 or visit their website at
Trails, and Recreational Facilities in Windsor
Bridge Walkway and Boat
begins on the Windsor side of the State Boat Launch at the end of East Barber
Street and is approximately 1.8 miles long parallel to I-291.
is located off Custer Drive and offers a basketball court and open fields for
activities for families and groups.
is located off Deerfield Road with entrances on Seymour Street and Colton
Street. It offers a basketball court, a playground and open fields for
activities for families and groups.
Matianuck State Park
trail is 1.5 miles long. It is located in the town’s southwest corner at the
commuter parking lot on the south side of Route 218 and a quarter mile west of
the entrance to I-291- Southwest Park and Keney Park. The Matianuck State
Park also contains one of the last active dune systems in the state. Keney
Park (mostly located in Hartford) adjoins Southwest Park and Matianuck State
is a 473-acre facility located at 145 Lang Road and is open dawn-to-dusk. It
is home to a Nature Center, Tobacco Cultural Museum and Archive, maple sugar
house, warming shed and cross-country ski rental center, community gardens,
picnic area, world-class soccer fields, a playground and an animal barn.
is located on Skitchewaug Street and has a pavilion and basketball court, a
playground, summer aqua-fountain, ice skating and a field for softball.
located off Ford Road offers summer swimming at Goslee Pool, tennis and
basketball courts, a playground and a picnic area.
is located off Bloomfield Avenue and Stratford Court and offers a softball
field and basketball court.
on Lennox Avenue, near Windsor Center, has a playground, grills, summer
aqua-fountain and fields for volleyball and softball.
is in Poquonock on the Farmington River and has space for walking and jogging
as well as a lighted baseball field, a softball field, basketball and tennis
courts (which are also used for ice skating in winter), grills and picnic
tables, a playground and Welch Park pool.
Windsor Center Trail is located on a 43-acre site adjacent to the
Farmington River at Route 159. This trail is 1.25 miles long and has direct
access to over 2,000 feet of river.
fields, pools, basketball courts, track & field, and tennis courts are located
at 50 Sage Park Road. Lighted tennis courts are located at the L.P. Wilson
Community Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue.
Parking on town streets is banned between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
from November 15 to April 15. Call the non-emergency Police Department number
at 860-688-5273 for more information.
tickets issued by the Windsor Police Department may be mailed or paid in
person at the Tax Collector’s Office at Town Hall. To question or protest a
parking ticket, contact the Windsor Police at 860-688-5273. Speeding tickets
are not handled at the Tax Collector's Office. Refer to the ticket for that
Windsor’s Town Planning and Zoning Commission (TP&Z) meets the second Tuesday
of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall. For a list of Commissioners or for
information regarding an application for a zoning variance, call 860-285-1980
or visit ther website at
Click on the Town Planning & Zoning Commission link found on the bottom of the
page to go to the Town Planning & Zoning Commission website.
Contact the 24-hour Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222.
Center Post Office,
245 Broad Street - 860-688-5259
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, 9:00 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m.
Poquonock Post Office,
1771 Poquonock Avenue - 860-687-6928
Hours: Monday through Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 2: 00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
- Greater Windsor Probate Court, 1540 Sullivan Avenue, South Windsor -
860-644-2511 ext. 371.
Bus service is provided by Connecticut Transit. For information and
schedules call 860-525-9181. Train service is provided by AMTRAK. Trains run
through Windsor from Springfield to New Haven with connections to Boston and
New York. For information call 1-800-872-7245.
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Windsor’s real estate records, maps, vital statistics, election records and
various other records are maintained in the town vault in the Town Clerk’s
Office at 860-285-1902.
Recyclables are picked up by Windsor Sanitation. Call 860-688-3955 with any
questions or to obtain a recycling bin. There is also a "Take it or Leave it"
area at the Transfer Station where residents can leave items in usable
condition or take items for their own use. A household hazardous waste
collection day is scheduled each spring in Windsor. For more information call
the Metropolitan District Commission at 860-285-1833.
Registrar of Voters
Voter registration cards are available at the Library, Town Hall or the Motor
Vehicle Department. This card can be mailed in or dropped off in the Town
Hall at the Registrar of Voters or the Town Clerk's Office. For more
information call 860-285-1955, 860-285-1957, 860-285-1958 or visit the website
Meeting room rentals are available in several locations. The Community
Center is located at 330 Windsor Avenue. Please call the L.P. Wilson
Community Center at 860-285-1990 for more information. The Windsor Public
Library is located at the south end of the Town Green. It has a large
community room, a small conference room for 12 and 3 quiet study rooms.
Please call 860-285-1913 for more information. There is also a meeting room
at the Wilson Branch Library located at 365 Windsor Avenue. Please call
860-285-1931 for information about that space or visit
The Town places sand and salt piles for residential use in the parking lots at
Sharshon Park (Skitchewaug off Windsor Avenue), the L.P. Wilson Community
Center (599 Matianuck Avenue), Mechanic Street (behind Town Hall next to the
dog pound), Oliver Ellsworth School (Kennedy Road), Poquonock Firehouse (1575
Poquonock Avenue), Rainbow Firehouse (750 Rainbow Road), Windsor-Bloomfield
Landfill (Huckleberry Road) and the Public Works Complex at 99 Day Hill Road.
Closings Information Line/Website
The Board of Education Administrative offices maintains an information hotline
at 860-687-2000, ext. 180. It has school closings and delayed opening
information. Customized email notification is available through the
Connecticut Weather Center's website. Directions: Go to
and scroll down the menu on the left to "e-notification," click on that and
then click on "schools." At this point complete the registration process by
submitting your email address. Within 72 hours you will receive a
confirmation request. Reply to the request by clicking on the link and follow
the directions to access your account by selecting Windsor in the pull-down
Located at the L.P. Wilson Community Center, the Senior Center is open from
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Senior Center offers a
wide variety of physical, educational and health-related programs to serve
seniors in our community. Please call 860-285-1992 for additional information
or visit their website at
Lunch is served Monday through Friday at 11:45 a.m. at the Senior Center at
the L.P. Wilson Community Center. Please make a reservation by noon the day
before. Call 860-285-1843.
The Windsor Senior Transportation Unit coordinates all senior transportation
programs including Dial-a-Ride, Caring Connection, special evening/weekend
trips and medical appointments. The Senior Transportation office is located
at 599 Matianuck Avenue within the L.P. Wilson Community Center. The hours of
operation are Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. To speak with the
Senior Transportation Coordinator directly, please call 860-285-1996. For
more information on Dial-a-Ride (for in-town and out-of-town appointments) or
Caring Connection see those respective listings in this Guide.
The Shad Derby is an annual festival sponsored by the Windsor Shad Fest
Bureau, Inc., P.O. Box 502, Windsor. It is held the third Saturday in May on
the Town Green. For additional information, please visit their website at
Library Service - See Home Bound Library Service
One Corporate Center Building, Suite 900, 20 Church Street, Hartford, CT 06103
– 1-877-619-2851 or 1-800-772-1213. Hartford location hours: Monday & Tuesday
from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. & Thursday &
Friday from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Closed Saturday.
The Social Services staff in the Town of Windsor directly administers and
coordinates a variety of community-based services. These include programs
which provide services to Windsor residents to assist them to remain in their
homes and to avoid placement in nursing homes. Programs like Friendly
Visitors, Friendly Shoppers and Home Helpers provide help with shopping,
doing minor tasks around the house or simply having someone to spend a little
time with each week. Other programs give you the opportunity to help others
with their needs. To find out more information about how to receive these
services or to help you become more involved in your community, call
860-285-1839 or go online at
Services also provides case management, information and referral, and
assistance with applying for state and federal programs. For more information
or to speak with a case worker, please call 860-285-1839 or visit the website
at Social Services.
Senator Douglas McCrory
Legislative Office Building, Room 1000, Hartford, CT 06106-1591
1-800-842-1420 or (Capitol) 860-240-8600
Senator John A. Kissel
Legislative Office Building, Room 3400, Hartford, CT 06106-1591
1-800-842-1421 or (Capitol) 860-240-0531
Representative David A. Baram
Legislative Office Building, Room 5006, Hartford, CT 06106
1-800-842-1902 or (Capitol) 860-240-8585
Representative Brandon McGee
Legislative Office Building, Room 4000, Hartford, CT 06106-1591
1-800-842-8267 or (Capitol) 860-240-8585
email: Brandon.McGee @cga.ct.gov
Representative Tami Zawistowski
Legislative Office Building, Room 4200, Hartford, CT 06106
1-800-842-1423 or (Capitol) 860-240-8700
Representative Scott Storms
Legislative Office Building, Room 4200, Hartford, CT 06106-1519
1-800-842-1423 or (Capitol) 860-240-8700
Lighting and Street Light Repairs
report street light problems, call 860-285-1855.
Trained AARP volunteers are available for seniors during the tax season to
help prepare state and federal tax returns. For appointments for income tax
assistance, please call 860-285-1992.
assessment exemptions and benefits are available to qualified taxpayers. For
information please call the Assessor’s Office at 860-285-1819.
Green Activities & Sign Placement
The Town Clerk’s Office maintains a calendar of events for all Town Green
activities. Organizations must fill out an application to reserve the Town
Green. Guidelines for placing a sign on the Town Green or for erecting a booth
can be obtained by calling 860- 285-1902.
Town Hall is located at 275 Broad Street and is open Monday through Friday
from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
report a malfunctioning traffic signal call the Windsor Police at
Service - See Public Transportation.
The Windsor Transfer Station is located at 500 Huckleberry Road (off Prospect
Hill Road) in the northwest section of town. Residents of Windsor and
Bloomfield are allowed to use the Transfer Station for non-commercial loads of
household wastes. Permits are available at the Transfer
Station. The hours of operation are as follows:
Friday from 8:00 AM to 2:45 PM
& Wednesday from 10:00 AM to 2:45 PM
Saturdays from 8:00 AM to 3:45 PM
on Thursdays and Sundays
information call 860-285-1833 or go to:
The Town of Windsor does not provide a trash collection service. Curbside
trash pickup is provided by Windsor Sanitation. For more information call
860-688-3955. Residents of Windsor and Bloomfield are allowed to use the
Transfer Station for non-commercial loads of household wastes. Residents
living in the Windsor and Wilson Fire Districts receive trash collection
service, which is paid by an additional tax.
Cable – Comcast Cable at 1-866-200-6680
- Connecticut Light and Power Company at 1-800-286-2000
Connecticut Natural Gas Corporation at 1-860-524-8361 or Yankee Gas at
1-800-989-0900 or 1-800-992-3427 for emergencies.
Check the Windsor phone directory for local dealers and service.
Telephone – AT&T at 1-203-420-3131; 6-1-1 for residential repair service.
and sewer - Metropolitan District at 860-278-7850
The Public Works Department installs the
headstones and maintains the grounds at Veterans Memorial Cemetery located on
East Street in Windsor. The headstones are ordered by the funeral home and
delivered to Public Works for installation. For more information call the
Public Works Department at 860-285-1855 or go online to
one of the easiest and more important things you can do for your community.
Voter registration cards are available at the Library, Town Hall or any
Connecticut Motor Vehicle Department. This card can be mailed in or dropped
off at the Registrar of Voters or the Town Clerk’s Office. Voters can find out
where their voting poll is by calling the Registrar of Voters at 860-285-1955,
860-285-1957 or 860-285-1958. If the Registrars are not available, the Town
Clerk's Office has a list of streets and corresponding polling places or you
may visit the town website for polling information at
To schedule a ride to a polling place, call your affiliated registrar:
Democrat 860-285-1958 or Republican 860-285-1957.
Art Center at the Freight House (WACFH)
Located at 40 Mechanic Street, the non-collecting arts center has as its main
goal the production of exhibitions and programs that reflect and enhance the
artistic life of the region. The non-profit WACFH will showcase both visual
and performing artists, provide workshops, and educate and entertain the
public. To learn about current shows and programs, call 860-688-2528 or visit
the website at
WIN-TV includes Channel 5 Public Access, Channel 95 Education and Channel 96
Government. These are the local cable access channels. Channel offices and
the production studio for WIN-TV are located at the L.P. Wilson Community
Center, 599 Matianuck Avenue. For more information about community access
channels, call 860-688-2626 or go on line at
For information on the government channel, call 860-285-1835.
Directions to the Windsor Town Hall
From I -
91 (North or South)
Take Exit 36 (Park Avenue - Route 178)
If traveling North, at end of ramp take a right.
If traveling South, at end of ramp take a left.
Continue to a traffic light at a T intersection.
Turn left onto Broad Street.
Travel approximately 1 mile, Town Hall will be on the right.
Continue past the Town Hall to the traffic light.
At the light, turn right, continue straight to the Town Hall parking lot
Recreation Programs 860-285-1988
Senior Programs 860-285-1989
24-Hour Call-Back Line 860-285-1805
Emergency Closing Information
Pupil Personnel Services
Clover Street School
John F. Kennedy School
Oliver Ellsworth School
Roger Wolcott School
Sage Park Middle School
Windsor High School