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The town of Windermere is welcoming the community to its official grand opening of the new administration, police department and public works facilities at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 7.

Town of Windermere celebrates new digs

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The town of Windermere is welcoming the community to its official grand opening of the new administration, police department and public works facilities at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 7.

The new buildings have an emphasis on community space with multipurpose community rooms for public meetings, volunteer committees and staff and police training. 

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The new buildings have an emphasis on community space with multipurpose community rooms for public meetings, volunteer committees and staff and police training. 

The new bathrooms come fully equipped with showers and locker rooms.

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The new bathrooms come fully equipped with showers and locker rooms.

The public works part of the facility includes a protective yard space for equipment and even a smoker and grills. 

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The public works part of the facility includes a protective yard space for equipment and even a smoker and grills. 

The police department includes a patrol room with desks.

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The police department includes a patrol room with desks.

Windermere officers are already enjoying the new space.

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

Windermere officers are already enjoying the new space.

The police department includes secure interview rooms.

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The police department includes secure interview rooms.

The administration portion of the facilities include a kitchen and break room.

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The administration portion of the facilities include a kitchen and break room.

The town incorporated some of the wood from the old facility in the new facility with the help of residents George Poelker and Tom Stroup. 

Thursday, Apr. 7, 2022 |

The town incorporated some of the wood from the old facility in the new facility with the help of residents George Poelker and Tom Stroup. 

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