Recognize Any Places?  "The Mist"

"The Mist" - much of it filmed right here in Windsor.  Check out the trailer and be sure to tune in to Spike TV on June 22nd for its debut "The Mist" trailer

Receive Your Utility Bill & Property Tax Bill Online with E-Post™

The Town of Windsor has teamed up with epost™ - Canada Post’s solution for electronic delivery of mail.  Along with your Town of Windsor utility bill and property tax bill you can now receive other bills and statements such as your assessment notice, phone, cable, credit cards and more – in one secure place, online.  
With epost, there’s one place, one login and one password.  No more dealing with multiple websites, usernames and passwords just to manage your bills online.  
With epost you can:
•    Set up automatic email and text reminders for when bills arrive or are due
•    View your bills at, then pay online with your bank
•    Access your bills anytime on any device with the free mobile app
•    Keep your bills safely stored for up to seven years
•    Be assured that your information is protected with bank grade security
Getting started with epost is easy.
1.    Visit to sign up for your free digital mailbox
2.    Have your latest paper bill ready; you will need your account number and the amount of your bill.  
3.    Register your bill by clicking on Add a New Bill or Statement

epost™ is a trademark of Canada Post Corporation.

Fentanyl Drug Presentation   

Tuesday, May 9 at 7pm at the Brooklyn Fire Hall.  Speaker: Cpl. Phil Joudrey – RCMP Candelesent Lab.

Fentanyl is a powerful opioid analgesic, similar to morphine but 50-100 times more powerful. It is highly addictive AND very dangerous.  Fentanyl is a major problem and has now surfaced in Nova Scotia.

-  First Responders/parents/and others should know the dangers of this drug and how it is a public health problem which directly or indirectly affects each community/family by addiction.

To Learn more about what “Fentanyl” is, come to the Brooklyn Fire Hall, Hwy 215, Brooklyn, Hants County on Tuesday, May 9th at 7:00pm.

*Hosted by the Ardoise, Ellershouse and Mt.Uniacke Citizen On Patrol  Groups.
Tea, Coffee and finger food will be served.

Presentations will be made to Citizen On Patrol members for service to their community.

Public Engagement Sessions Re. Community Priorities

On Jan. 11, 2017, the Town held a public engagement session to discuss priorities and how to action those priorities.

Citizen and business members provided valuable input and signed up for action-items they would be interested in learning more about and/or contributing to.

On-going discussions with each individual priority group has or is still taking place...ways to action the priorities to move Windsor forward.

For more information, please click on the Jan. 11, 2017 Public Engagement Session Notes .
As each individual priority/action group meets, those notes will also be added below:  (EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND THESE MEETINGS).  HOPE TO SEE YOU HERE!


Contact Mayor Anna Allen if you wish to learn more (902-798-6673 or e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Are you interested?  Want to Learn, Participate & Have a Say?
We have spots available!

The Town of Windsor is looking for you...looking for community citizens interested in learning & participating on our Boards/Committees.  We currently have the following positions available:

Police Advisory Board - 1 position available for a two-year term.
Start April 1, 2017 and end March 31, 2019.
Police Advisory Board Application Form 2017
Terms of Reference
(A Criminal Record Check (CRC) will be required before appointment to the Board)

Affordable Housing Committee - Up to nine (9) positions available to be reviewed as needed.
Terms of Reference

Please forward your application as noted below.  If submitting via e-mail, please ensure "Board Citizen-Member Appointment" is in the SUBJECT LINE.  If sending via mail, send to:
Shelleena Thornton, Municipal Clerk
PO Box 158, 100 King St.
Windsor, NS  B0N 2T0

Windsor and West Hants sign Memorandum of Understanding

On Feb. 8, 2017 the Municipality of West Hants (WH) and the Town of Windsor announced that they have mutually entered into a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") . Windsor has agreed to suspend its application for amalgamation through the UARB process sending a positive and hopeful reply to its neighbors in West Hants.

The agreement between Windsor and WH outlines a framework for a new relationship that will see the two working cooperatively on shared areas of interest that will benefit all the citizens in their respective communities. The initial objectives are intended to focus on broad areas that will serve to improve access and use of resources, services and programs while generating maximum cost benefits for both municipal units.

Mayor Allen stated, "Our collective objective is to work towards a better outcome and eventual structural change that is meaningful to our citizens and community. The MOU demonstrates
willingness to work together for the good of our regional community. The Town believes that a strong partnership with West Hants is a better way to achieve the same goals."

Warden Abe Zebian commented, "We are very pleased to be able to reach this mutually beneficial agreement with our neighbors and friends in the Town of Windsor. Over the past two months we
have had discussions that served to encourage today's announcement. We look forward to a bright, cooperative and prosperous future for all the residents of our region."

Both Warden Zebian and Mayor Allen highlighted that the people of Windsor and West Hants place great value on their public services including the resources and services that are shared with each other. Both leaders expressed enthusiastic optimism about the future for the citizens of Windsor and West Hants.