Rooted. Sustainable. Growing.
Windsor has experienced unprecedented growth since 2000 and continues to attract families and businesses with its quality of life and small-town charm. The town has become a hotbed for green energy companies and prides itself on its historical roots and strong sense of community.
Major Industries & Employers
Windsor leads the way for Northern Colorado in attracting players in the green industry. In addition to wind mill blade production, the area supports ethanol production, a recycling facility and other green industries. Windsor’s key industries include:
- Bio/Life Science
- Professional Technical Services
- Food Processing
Windsor’s largest employers are Front Range Energy, an ethanol producer processing approximately 40 million gallons of ethanol and 396,000 tons of wet distilled grain annually; Vestas, a wind turbines manufacturer and designer of wind power plants; Carestream, a manufacturer of dental and medical imaging systems and healthcare IT solutions; Owens-Illinois, one of the world’s leading glass container manufacturers; and the Windsor School District.
Quality of Life
The local character and charm of Windsor lies in its local businesses, cultural and community activities, and small-town feel. The city offers a mix of retail, recreation, leisure and housing options to meet the needs of all lifestyles and demographics.
Windsor has an array of restaurants and is home to the award-winning High Hops Brewery. The Historic downtown is located near Windsor Lake, which boasts a swim beach and boating. Residents also enjoy safe neighborhoods, high-quality schools and 25 parks.
Universities & Colleges
With easy access to Interstate 25, Windsor residents and workers can easily connect to other parts of the region and employment centers. Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley are all within a 30-minute drive.