Welcome to Windsor Square
Windsor Square is a charming residential neighborhood in north central Phoenix. Central Avenue, Seventh Street, Pasadena Avenue and Oregon Avenue border this 260-home neighborhood, where homes date back more than 80 years. Started in 1929, the area was noted for its curvy streets and charming homes. It is one of the oldest suburbs of Phoenix created when the city’s population was just 70,000 and the trolley line ended at Thomas Road. Today, it is recognized for its lovely historic homes, friendly neighbors, urban vibe, great restaurants and proximity to light rail. You can read more about the neighborhood’s history here.
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2013 Board Elected – The following officers and directors of Windsor Square were elected at the annual meeting on February 25, 2013: Tony Ashton, President; Ken Mosesian, Vice President; Julia Fitsimones, Treasurer; Susan Myers, Secretary; and Directors Amanda McGennis, Alex Meyers, Sean O’Donnell, Kristy Roschke, and Philip Sheinbein. To read their bios and goals see Slate Bios.
Windsor Square Board Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month except July and August. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. and residents are welcome to attend. The board meetings are held in Room 116 at First United Methodist Church at Missouri and Central. Use the parking lot west of Central on Missouri. The November meeting is held on a Saturday at the Football Park, exact date to be determined.