ⓘ Windsor, Wisconsin

                                     

ⓘ Windsor, Wisconsin

Windsor is a village and former town in Dane County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 5.286 at the 2000 census. The communities of Lake Windsor, Morrisonville, and Token Creek are located within the village. Windsor voted to incorporate as a village on November 3, 2015, prior to its incorporation, it was a town, and a portion of the town was a census-designated place. Windsor is a part of the Census Bureaus Madison metropolitan statistical area.

Part of the former city was part of the controversial annexation of the village Deforest. In July 2004 the village and town came to an agreement, in which part of the disputed area will be annexed to the village, and part remains in the city. In addition, the town and village agreed to exchange other less populated lands.

                                     
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