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General Notices:
VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS are the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Community House, located in the Village of Windsor.

Village Office hours Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. If you would like to speak to the mayor, call the Village Office to set up a time. The Mayor is in the office on most Saturday's mornings or if it's warm weather, he is at the museum. Code Enforcement Officer Gary is in the office on most Saturday mornings.

Residents can now pay their water bill, taxes, etc. with a credit card. You can pay in-person or over the phone. You can also pay by going to or calling 1-866-480-8552. There is a convenience fee of $2.50 for all transactions under $67.00. Transactions over $67.00, will be assessed 3% to each credit transaction.

Message From the Mayor:
Thank you to the Decorating Volunteers who once again this year, made our Village sparkle with Christmas lights! Thanks go out to Dave Decker, Mark & Miracle Phillips, Sierra Sherman, Vinny & Michele DePersis, Bob Levia & grandsons Lucas & Riley, Rita & Ray Meattey, Bill, Deb & Charlotte DePersis, Kevin Houghtaling, Nick Sadler and Greg Whitney. If you see any of these volunteers, thank them. They unselfishly put in so much time and effort.
Thank you, also, to the Windsor Civic Club who decorates our Community House. Everything looks so festive!

On December 5th, there was a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Visions Kiosk located at the Windsor School Bus Garage parking lot. School Superintendent Jason Andrews and Village Mayor Ron Harting were present along with representatives from Visions Credit Union. With the loss of a bank in Windsor, it is a welcome addition to the village to have this convenience close to home. Thank you Visions for your effort in keeping bank services here.

Special Events:

The Mobile Food Pantry will be Thursday, December 7th & January 4th, 11:30 - 12:30 located at the Windsor Fire Station on Academy Street in the Village of Windsor

If you are in need of a holiday food basket and live in the Windsor School District, you can register during the month of October for the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets. Please bring ID for each member of the household & a bill showing your current address to the Windsor Human Development located at the Second Time Around Shop in the parking lot of Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Kent Street. Baskets will be distributed on December 16th. The Human Development Pantry will be closed Sat., Dec 16th through Mon., Jan 8th

Civic Club Christmas Meeting, Wednesday, December 20th, 6:30 pm in the Community House. Each person is asked to bring a gift to exchange and cookies or appetizer to share.

FIRST KNIGHT on December 31st at the Community House and many other surrounding venues. For a complete list of all participating venues, where to pick up shuttle buses and guidebook, go to or call 655-3399 for more information.