Welcome to The Town of Windsor
The Town of Windsor, located in southeast Virginia, with a population of 2600 has been called “the hidden jewel of Western Tidewater.” With its friendly, small town atmosphere, excellent schools, and location near larger metropolitan areas, Windsor offers the best of all worlds.
At the intersection of routes 460 and 258, this Gateway to Hampton Roads offers a strategic location for businesses with transportation to all parts of the United States and the world using highway networks, the Norfolk and Southern railroad, and the port of Virginia.
Expanded port facilities and the development of a large intermodal park in the Windsor area portend future growth and business opportunities. Having one of the lowest tax rates in the region also makes Windsor very attractive and business friendly.
We warmly welcome you to our website and our small town where you can enjoy such things as the Christmas parade and the Fourth of July festival with friends and neighbors. We invite you to become a part of the Windsor experience!
What's Up Windsor!
I recently had the need to purchase some lumber for a project at home. On my lunch break I was heading to Lowes to pick up the needed 2x4’s. As I left the office and headed East, it hit me like a ton of bricks, “Why in the world am I driving to Suffolk when everything I need is just across the street?” Not only did Windsor Hardware have the supplies I needed, they were actually cheaper, and I didn’t have to burn fuel to get to Suffolk and back. How many times have you left Windsor to buy something that was, in fact, available right here in Town? Between our hardware store, pharmacy, grocery store, farmer’s supply store, and other businesses, there are very few things that you can’t get here in Town. By the time you factor in fuel and your valuable time, you are often saving yourself money by shopping in Town. Every dollar you spend in Town helps your neighbors and local businesses. I want to challenge each of you to stop and think before you leave Town to buy something. Ask yourself, “Can I get that here?” If the answer is yes, then stay in Town and support your local businesses.