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Brush Recycling Site | Windsor, CO – Official Website

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Changes are coming to Windsor’s public #recycling area.

The Brush Site for organic yard waste is closing at the end of the year. As part of the change, Windsor Water Utility customers will have the option of recycling yard waste in 2019 with another organic material recyclery to receive a one-time annual reimbursement up to $10. Previously, residents paid $5 for a permit to dispose of yard waste.

The section of the recycling area that collects cardboard, glass, aluminum and plastics will continue to operate but is moving to the Public Works facility located at 922 15th St. in March.

Regardless of the closure, the town will continue to offer free Christmas tree recycling for residents from Dec. 26 through Jan. 25, 2019. This year’s tree drop off location will happen at the Chimney Park Athletic Fields.

To learn more, visit windsorgov.com/recycling.

Brush Recycling Site | Windsor, CO – Official Website

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Coffee with the Mayor, happening now at Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins.

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Coffee with the Mayor, happening now at Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins.



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The Windsor Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying the p…

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The Windsor Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying the person in the following photos. The person is suspected in the Jan. 14 theft at the Windsor U.S. Bank. If you have any information about this incident or know the suspect’s identity, please call the Police Department at 970-674-6400.




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The Windsor Police Department wishes to thank our residents for reporting suspic…

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The Windsor Police Department wishes to thank our residents for reporting suspicious activities in their neighborhoods. Because of your calls, in the last 7 days the Windsor Police Department served two drug-related search warrants. Combined, the two warrants led to the seizure of Methamphetamine, Heroin, 50+ pounds of Marijuana, and 200+ live Cannabis plants. To date, one arrest has been made and additional arrests are forthcoming.

Thank you Windsor, and please keep the calls coming! It’s the best way to keep your neighborhoods safe. To report suspicious activity, call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 970-674-6400.

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