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What important documents should you have for an emergency? Check out Ready.gov’s Emergency Financial First Aid Kit. We’re promoting #PublicSafety today for the Colorado Municipal League’s Cities & Towns Week. #PrepareNow

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Americans at all income levels have experienced the challenges of rebuilding their lives after a disaster or other emergency. In these stressful circumstances, having access to personal financial, insurance, medical, and other records is crucial for starting the process of recovery quickly and effic…

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Town of Windsor Colorado updated their cover photo.

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‘Tis the season to make a child’s Christmas special. Consider donating gifts tha…

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‘Tis the season to make a child’s Christmas special. Consider donating gifts that are new, unwrapped, and in original packaging to the #SantaCops program. Gifts will be distributed to children with families facing challenging financial circumstances. Families are referred by law enforcement agencies, Weld County schools, Weld County Probation and the Weld County Department of Human Services.

To help, drop off packages at the following locations:
✅ Windsor Town Hall, 301 Walnut St.
✅ Windsor Police Department, 200 N. 11th St.
✅ Grandview Elementary School, 1583 Grand Ave.
✅ Mountain View Elementary School, 810 3rd St.
✅ Skyview Elementary School, 1000 Stone Mountain Dr.
✅ Tozer Elementary School, 501 Oak St.
✅ Windsor Charter Academy School, 680 Academy Ct.
✅ Windsor Charter Academy School (Middle & High), 810 Automation Dr.
✅ Windsor Middle School, 900 Main St.
✅ Windsor High School, 1100 Main St.

Thanks to the Windsor Police Department for their continued support of this program.

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On Wednesday, Dec. 12, CDOT and contractor partner Paonia Inc., will make traffi…

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On Wednesday, Dec. 12, CDOT and contractor partner Paonia Inc., will make traffic signal system upgrades to the Hwy. 257 & Eastman Park Dr. intersection. Crews will install a new traffic signal cabinet. In order to complete the work, the traffic signal will be temporarily disabled and uniformed traffic control officers will direct motorists for part of the day. Given the proximity to the railroad, flaggers will also be on site. Motorists should also expect various lane closures. This schedule is subject to change and is weather dependent. Sign up to receive traffic alert text messages at windsorgov.com/notifyme.

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