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The town's ordinances are published and available online via the Windsor Municipal Code Chapter 7. You can also view the Animal Control Brochure (PDF) for more information about animals in Windsor.
Parking regulations can be found in the Windsor Municipal Code, Chapter 8, Article II. For a quick reference, view our Parking Brochure (PDF).
Visit the Park and Lake Rules page on the town website for information about general park rules, boating, fishing, and more.
The Windsor Police Department is responsible for the protection of lives and property and the preservation of social order and public peace. The codes for nuisances can be found in Chapters 7, 10, 11, and 13 of the Town of Windsor Municipal Code. You may also view our Municipal Code Brochure (PDF) for additional details.
For specific questions not addressed in the brochure or in the municipal code website, please call 970-674-6400.
By sharing your identity theft complaint with the FTC, you will provide important information that can help law enforcement officials track down identity thieves and stop them.
With the cold weather, there is a rise in car thefts. This is due to unattended cars warming up. Car thieves call these cars "puffers" and they are a favorite target for them. Leaving your vehicle running and unattended is an invitation for your vehicle to be stolen.
The Town has some tips to help reduce your chances of being the victim of auto theft:
The Windsor Police Department has a zero-tolerance policy in regards to alcohol and substance abuse violations. All violators will be held fully accountable for any decisions they make. Learn more by reading our Drugs and Alcohol brochure (PDF).
For fishing and boating regulations, visit the Town of Windsor's page about Windsor Lake.
Regulations for scooters, golf carts, ATVs etc. can be found in the Windsor Municipal Code Chapter 8, Articles V and VI. You can also view our Scooter brochure (PDF) for additional details.
Complete and print the Town of Windsor Bicycle Registration Form. Try to give as much information as possible, including all of the accessories on the bicycle. Keep in mind, the serial number could be at different locations on the bicycle. It is generally somewhere on the frame. Leave the License Number field blank as we will give that to you.
Bring the completed form to the Police Department lobby any time Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and we will give you a registration sticker. There is no fee for this service.
The Town of Windsor has Municipal Codes governing dogs, and those can be found in the Windsor Municipal Code Chapter 7.
Because of the codes regarding dogs at large, our officers will pick up dogs found to be roaming without their owners. If the dog has an identification tag, the officer will attempt to contact the owner. If this is unsuccessful or the owner cannot pick up the dog immediately, the dog will be taken to Garden Valley Veterinary Hospital.
Before the owner or responsible party can claim the dog at Garden Valley, they will need to come to the Police Department with photo identification to obtain the necessary paperwork.
An owner of a missing dog can call the Police Department to report it missing and we will notify the officers to be on the lookout.
If a missing dog is located by the owner, we ask that they also notify us, so that we will no longer look for the dog.
The Town of Windsor does not have codes regarding cats at large, so officers will not pick them up.
To report any graffiti on public and/or private properties, call the Police Department at 970-674-6400 or submit your report online.