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Plentiful water and land drew Kodak to Windsor where it opened a manufacturing plant on the heels of the sugar factory's closing.
In the last two decades, its central location among the population centers of northern Colorado, together with its proximity to Interstate 25, have made it the site of rapid urban growth, particularly on the western edge of town, as it grows towards the interchange on I-25.
In the 1990s, the town limits were westward into Larimer County.
The incorporated town limits west of Interstate 25 are now contiguous with Loveland, and are separated from southeast Fort Collins by the Fossil Creek Open Space public lands of Larimer County acquired through a county-wide vote-approved sales tax.
A rich wheat farming district, the area around Windsor first drew permanent residents in the early 1870s.
Two factors were to play a critical role in stimulating Windsor's early development: irrigation and the railroad.