Telephone:(707) 838-1000 Fax: (707) 838-7349 Website: townofwindsor.com
Address: 9291 Old Redwood Highway. Windsor has recently came out of
the periphery of Sonoma County to its forefront with its many
antique shops, parks, restaurants, and it doesn't hurt that it has
one of the lowest crime rates in the county. With its mild average
temperatures, the town of Windsor is a place for all ages to
telephone: (707) 837-7700 fax: (707) 838-4031 wusd.org Address: 9291 Old
Redwood Highway, Building 500. Although the town of Windsor was
first given its name in 1855, it took about a century and a half
for Windsor to have its very own high school. Adding a respected
high school has helped launch the lore of Windsor Unified School
District into solidifying their status as one of the best school
districts in Sonoma County. With its cool temperatures and scenic
landscape, Windsor's youth are lucky enough to have the chance to
attend schools all the way through the high school level in their
Telephone: (707) 838-1170. Fax: (707) 838-1173. Website:
windsorfire.net. Address: 8200 Old Redwood Highway.
Windsor's Fire Department's goal is to provide superior service
while protecting and bettering the safety and welfare of Windsor's
residents. As a unit of highly skilled paid workers and eager
volunteers, they are able to get this done by demonstrating
excellence, respect, professionalism, accountability, high
standards, enthusiasm, dedication, and enjoyment with their
Chamber of Commerce
Phone: (707) 838-7285. Email: email@example.com.
Website: windsorchamber.com. Address: 9001 Windsor Road, PO Box
367, Windsor, CA 95492. Windsor's Chamber of Commerce website
includes a directory with more than a 100 businesses and a
visitors' page that has information on dining, lodging and
wineries. Windsorchamber.com also includes a calendar page with
information on upcoming key events.
Windsor Regional Library
Phone: (707) 838-1020 (press 5 for the reference desk). Website:
sonoma.lib.ca.us/branches/Windsor.html. Address: 9291
Old Redwood Highway, Bldg. 100. The Windsor Regional Library serves
all of Windsor and nearby communities Monday and Tuesday from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. while from Wednesday to Saturday, the library is
open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m and is closed on Sundays. On their
website, one can find Windsor's or all of the Sonoma County's
library events. Information on book discussion groups, art shows
and book sales can also be accessed.
Windsor Service Alliance
Phone: (707) 838-6947. Website: windsorservicealliance.org Address: 8989 Windsor Road,
PO Box 138 Windsor, CA 95492. Windsor Service Alliance is entirely
a volunteer, non-profit organization that is addressing the issues
of hunger, homelessness, lack of adequate clothing, violence,
unemployment, substance abuse, etc. by offering programs assisting
those in dire need for food, gas and rent. In addition on their
website, they have a "You Can Help" page, which provides a variety
of ways to help ensure the well-being for more of Windsor's
Phone: (707) 481-2267. Website: kiwaniswindsor.org.
Address: Windsor Kiwanis PO Box 1178 Windsor, CA 95492. Club
President, Robert Nickel. The Kiwanis Club of Windsor, California
is one of a global chain of non-profit organizations of dedicated
to improving the world one community and child at a time. Kiwanis
promotes the daily use of the Golden Rule to build a better
community and every Wednesday members meet at Round Table Pizza at
noon in Windsor. Windsor's Kiwanis Club invites you to attend and
accepts donations made out to the "Kiwanis Club of Windsor
Foundation," which will help support charitable activities for your
Website: lionsclubs.org/EN/index.php. Address: 300 W. 22nd
Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842. Lions Club is an international
organization full of volunteers that can help with the specific
needs of Windsor while addressing challenges that occur globally.
Addressing health issues, Lions Club aim is to empower young people
to get involved with the organization for future generations to
reap the benefits.
Phone: (707) 544-5472 or (800) 734-4757 Fax: (707) 544-5477.
Website: girlscoutsnorcal.org. Address: 4825 Old Redwood
Highway Santa Rosa, CA 95403. Santa Rosa's Girl Scouts Office is
open from Monday to Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Thursday by appointment only). A list of activities and events can
be accessed via the website.
Phone: (707) 546-8137 Fax: (707)-546-8163. Website: redwoodbsa.org.
Address: 2240 Professional Drive Santa Rosa, CA 95403. Santa Rosa's
Boy Scouts Office is open between Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. There are many websites devoted to the local scouting units
that can be accessed out of the "Resources/Links" tab. If you're
interested in joining the boy scout family, hit the tab "Join
Scouting" for units close to you.
Russian River Grape Growers
Phone: (707)-521-2534 Fax: (707) 528-8633 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org rrvw.org. Located an hour north of San
Francisco and inland of the Pacific coast, the Russian River Valley
features more than a hundred wineries. The Russian River Valley
winemaking industry is what it is today largely because in the
1960s, Bob Sisson, the University of California Farm Advisor for
Sonoma County, encouraged local growers to start focusing on cool
climate grapes like Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
(707) 545-9622. Website: scfymca.org. Address: 1111 College Avenue, Santa Rosa,
CA 95404. For more than fifty years, the Sonoma County Family YMCA
has been a non-profit, charitable organization designed to build up
the spirit, mind and body for individuals in Sonoma County. Without
any funding from the government, the YMCA depends on
membership/program fees and donations to keep prospering and
building stronger children, families and communities!
KRCB Television 22 and Radio 91, Public Broadcasting from the
serving the San Francisco Bay Area.
707-584-2000 (Front Desk) or 1-800-287-2722.
707-584-2020 (radio on-air request line in studio)
Windsor Garden Club
The Windsor Garden Club is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit
organization via our affiliation with the California Garden Clubs,
Inc. Membership dues from the Windsor Garden Club cover membership
fees for CGCI in addition to the Windsor Garden Club.
Members come from a wide variety of backgrounds, from new
gardeners with small patios wanting to learn to experienced master
gardeners, horticulturalists and garden designers. All ages and
experience are welcome. Call 529-8819 for more information.