Welcome to Windsor, Connecticut
Careful planning has made Windsor what it is today: a beautiful suburban town with a pristine corporate area, very desirable residential areas and expansive public open space. The town also has a rich past. Windsor was Connecticut's first community, launched in 1633 when settlers sailed from Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts to establish themselves near the Connecticut River.
Today Windsor offers unequaled corporate infrastructure and an educated, motivated work force. Government is by local people who maintain an absolute commitment to listen and be responsive to the needs of our corporate customers.
Windsor's economic development consists of development staff, economic development commission members, elected officials, and several related non-profit groups. Economic development strategy for the Town revolves around three separate but related initiatives:
- Bring more jobs to Windsor
- Bring more investment to Windsor
- Determine/Work to meet the needs of current Windsor employers
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Local Attractions for Windsor:
Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut
The Vintage Radio and Communications Museum of Connecticut chronicles the history of electronic communication, and displays more than 750 unique and antique radios and television. There is also a reference library on the property.
33 Mechanic Street, Windsor CT USA 06095
Luddy Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum
The Luddy Taylor Connecticut Valley Tobacco Museum chronicles the history of the tobacco industry through photographs and exhibits. Located on Land Road in Windsor, CT.
Address: 35 Land Road, Windsor CT USA 06095
Windsor is located just 12 miles north from the capital city of Hartford and all the attractions of the capital city are within easy distance