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Eric Barz, AICP
Town Planner
Marian Madison
Planning Secretary
Abby St. Peter, AICP
Assistant Town Planner
Tom Hazel
Environmental Planner & Wetlands Agent

Zoning Registry Legal Notice

Legal Notice

Town of Windsor

Town Planning & Zoning Commission


The Windsor Town Planning & Zoning Commission does hereby give notice that it has established a Public Notice Registry pursuant to Public Act 06-80. Landowners and electors of the Town of Windsor, as well as non-profit organizations may request to be placed on this Registry. Those placed on the registry will be entitled to receive advance notice by mail or by electronic mail of public hearings associated with any change in Zoning Regulations or boundaries, Subdivision Regulations, or any amendment to the Plan of Conservation and Development.  For inclusion in the registry, please email the Planning Department; or retreive a form here to fill out and submit by mail or in person; or call (860) 285-1980 to obtain a form to request inclusion in the Registry.  To receive registry notices by USPS mail, you or your organization will be responsible for supplying and replenishing self-addressed stamped envelopes to the Planning Department.

About Us

The Planning Department is responsible for guiding the conservation and development of the town. By reviewing proposed developments, designing town projects, providing information on public and private developments, and administering the town's Geographic Information System (GIS) for mapping, information retrieval, and analysis, we provide guidance and support to the Historic District Commission, the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission, and the Town Planning and Zoning Commission.


Whether you are expanding or relocating your business, developing a new residential neighborhood, or feel that you will be impacted by a proposed development, we are here to help you navigate the planning and zoning process. Even if you are just thinking of developing a project in town, come see us first and we can set up a confidential meeting with our Staff Development Team to help you better understand what will be required of you under the various planning, zoning, building, fire, engineering, and health codes so that you can make more informed decisions about your project.


We have designed this web page to be a clearinghouse for planning and zoning information, where you can get contact information; maps; regulations; application forms; procedures; agendas, legal notices, and minutes; demographic data; answers to many of your questions; and much more with a few clicks of your mouse. If you cannot find what you need, let us know and we will see if we can add it to this site in the future.

Did You Know?

Pollinators such as Bumble Bees, Honey Bees, and Hover Flies are responsible for pollinating one-third of the food we eat.  These pollinators are under threat from parasites, pesticides, viruses, and loss of both food and habitat. 


What can you do to help?  Avoid using insecticides and herbicides on your property.  Most insecticides are not selective and kill or compromise any insect that comes in contact with them.  Similarly, herbicides not only kill the weeds on your patio or driveway and the poison ivy on the edge of your lawn, but also the weeds and wildflowers that support pollinators on the fringes of your property.  Both products wash off your property into wetlands and watercourses, further compromising amphibians, fish, and the aquatic plants they feed on.


You can also plant wildflowers, milkweed and other plants designed to attract butterfiles, hummingbirds, and pollinators, which in many case will also support beneficial predators such as Lady Bugs, Lace Wings, and Praying (Preying) Mantis that feed on Aphids, Thrips, and other garden pests.

Last Updated: Thursday, July 21st, 2016