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National Night Out
National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods a safer, better place to live. This national program encourages citizens to have a block party, meet neighbors and help fight crime in their area.
In a typical year, National Night Out is held annually on the first Tuesday in August. Registration usually opens in July. First responders and board members from the Town of Windsor will visit each registered neighborhood block party to meet with residents.
Each year on Halloween, the Windsor Police Department and the Windsor Optimist Club join together and sponsor a Community Halloween Party!
Join us for fun games and safe treats for everyone!
The Weld Elves program provides gifts to children with families facing challenging financial circumstances, provided through a community toy drive in December and January.
Families are referred by law enforcement agencies, Weld County schools, Weld County Probation, and the Weld County Department of Human Services.
The Police Department and the Windsor Optimist Club hold a community Bike Night event in the early summer each year. The evening kicks off with a family-friendly bike parade around Windsor Lake led by a bicycle patrol officer.
After the parade, kids under 12 years old are invited to participate in bicycle safety stations: an obstacle course, helmet giveaways, and helmet and bike safety checks.