The Town of Windsor was founded in 1882 and is a Colorado Home Rule municipality. The town is 25.3 square miles and is home to over 24,000 residents. The median resident age is 38.7 years old with 29% percent of residents between the ages of 35 and 55. Youth, make up 29% of the population.  


Total Population: 24,500
Male: 12,495
Female: 12,005

Median Age
38.7 (regional average is 33.5)

Educational Obtainment (age 25+)

High School Graduate / GED or higher: 97.6%
Bachelor’s degree: 27.7%
Graduate or professional degree: 17.1%


Median Household Income: $80,978 (region’s average median income is 40% lower)
Average Household Income: $100,522


Population in the Labor Force: 10,711

Top Three Employment Industries:
Manufacturing: 35.8%
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services (includes education): 10%
Health Care: 10%


Total Housing Units: 8,908
Renter Occupied: 1,782
Owner Occupied: 7,126
Vacant Housing: < 178 units or < 2%

Sources: 2010 US Census base; 2013 ACS 3-year survey; 2015 State Demography Office (SDO) Estimates; 2016 ACS 5-year estimates; Town of Windsor Building Permit Reports; 2016 Comprehensive Plan *2018 building permits issued multiplied by the average persons per household, 2.73, added to last year’s population estimate of 29,158 All data is current as of January 2019

For more information about surrounding community demographics, view the 
Northern Colorado Regional Demographics