INTRODUCTION

In 1873, Windsor's oldest building was built - at the 'halfway' point between Greeley and Fort Collins. It served as a resting place for travelers between the two towns. In the early 1900's, after several changes in land ownership, the 'Halfway House', along with several other structures, became part of the Jacoby Farm farmstead.

The property is set to be conveyed to the Town of Windsor, at a date to be determined. In the meantime, the Town is conducting a planning exercise to program cultural and/or recreational improvements to the Jacoby Farm site, and would like your input regarding the site's future. Your answers will help guide us to develop a vision and identify supporting amenities. We greatly appreciate your participation and value your input.

If you would like more information on the history of this treasured site, please Click_Here to read Dr. Steve Fancy's "Windsor's Oldest Building: The 1873 Halfway House.

Context Map illustrating the location of Jacoby Farm in the Town of Windsor.

<strong>Context Map</strong> illustrating the location of Jacoby Farm in the Town of Windsor.

Site Map illustrating existing features of the site.

<strong>Site Map </strong>illustrating <span style="text-decoration: underline;">existing</span> features of the site.

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