When you are considering moving to Northern Colorado you should certainly explore the town of Windsor Colorado. Here’s what you should know if you are moving to Windsor, Colorado.
I certainly think Windsor is one of the best places to live in Colorado and many share the same sentiments because the town of Windsor has ranked as a top place to live in Colorado time and time again.
In 2019 Windsor, Colorado ranked, #3 for the best city to raise a family in Colorado, #7 of the top 10 best places to live in Colorado, and #8 for the safest place to live in Colorado, according to HomeSnacks.com.
According to Niche.com in 2019, Windsor Colorado ranked #37 out of 151 for the places with the best public schools in Colorado, #69 out of 151 for best places to retire in Colorado, and #59 out of 282 for the best place to buy a homes in Colorado.
With all that said and all the high rankings it comes as no surprise that Windsor Colorado has been growing in population. The population of Windsor Colorado has grown 10% in the last 10 years and there are no signs of that stopping anytime soon.
Windsor, Colorado has an amazing sense of community with local events going on constantly throughout the year. In the summer there are concert and food truck nights, a Saturday morning farmer’s market, a Harvest Festival Labor Day weekend that has been going on for almost 100 years, Halloween and Christmas events. There is always something to do in Windsor.
The town of Windsor also has excellent public schools. There are 3 school districts in Windsor, the Weld RE-4 district, Poudre district, and the Thompson RJ-2 school district. All the schools in the town of Windsor are highly rated. STEAM and Charter Schools are also available to residents.
We love our parks in Windsor. There are awesome parks in the town of Windsor, CO. One of my favorite park is Main Park in the heart of Windsor. A close 2nd in my book, is the Boardwalk Park next to Windsor lake. The town of Windsor host many of its community events at Boardwalk Park. Boardwalk Park is also the home of the Windsor Farmers’ Market.
The town of Windsor is a quick drive to Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley. You will visit these towns often if you live in Windsor because in Windsor there is no Target, Walmart, Bed Bath and Beyond, Best Buy, Costco, etc. All the big box stores are located in the nearby towns. Just a quick 10-15 minute drive and you have all your retail needs fulfilled.
More and more retail is moving to the town of Windsor. There are new businesses opening what seems like almost daily. The Brands at the Ranch is coming to the Windsor/Loveland border at Crossroads Blvd and I25, this will provide residents with a “world-class” shopping and entertainment destination. I predict over the next 2 years Windsor Colorado will look much different than it does today, as it looks a lot different now than it did 2 years ago. Expanding and growing is a sign of a healthy economy.