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All Homeowners are welcome to attend Windsor Green's Board meetings.
The first part of the meeting is dedicated to Homeowners comments or questions. Afterwards, Homeowners are welcome to stay to observe the meeting. (Exception: An Executive Session (closed session) may take place at the end of the meeting.
When : Second Wednesday of the month, starting promptly at 6:30pm, and lasting usually until 8:30pm, sometimes later. You don't have to stay for the whole meeting.
Where : Meetings are held only virtually, via Zoom (a meeting invitation link will be sent to any Homeowner who requests one (please use our Contact Page)
Board meeting agendas are posted in the Homeowners' Only section of this website the week prior to the meeting. Minutes of the meetings as well as our monthly Newsletters are distributed via hard copy or email to all homeowners at their convenience by the end of each month, and also archived here.
About Windsor Green
Windsor Green is a Owner-Occupied and Owner-Managed townhome community in New Brighton, Minnesota. It consists of 245 units on 34 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds featuring rolling hills, two ponds, mature trees, beautiful gardens, and miles of walking paths. Amenities include two pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, and playgrounds. It was founded in 1965 as the very first townhome complex in Minnesota.
Windsor Green Association (WGA) is a non-profit homeowner organization, made up of townhome owners, governed by an elected Board of Directors, and managed democratically by committees. WGA owns the common grounds and facilities. Its staff includes an Office Manager, a Head Groundskeeper and Staff.
There are 7 standing committees: Architectural Control Committee (ACC), Landscape, Maintenance, Parking & Vandalism, Recreation, Communications, and Community Affairs. More More information is available on the Board & Committees page.
All homeowners and residents are encouraged to contribute to the activities within the committees.
Committee and Board approval is required for any architectural (anything that impacts how your house looks from the outside) or landscape (anything that impacts the plantation area outside of your four walls) changes. Please do not start any work or proceed to any installation until a written approval is granted.