There has been a considerable amount of confusion expressed and witnessed, over what to do when the Traffic Lights are flashing, or not working when an electrical failure occurs.

The flashing amber light means proceed with caution into and through the intersection.

The flashing red light means you must come to a complete stop and proceed only when it is safe.

When a power failure occurs and the traffic lights are not on, yield the right of way to any vehicles already in or entering the intersection.  All directions of travel must treat the intersection as if it had all way stop signs, until the traffic lights resume operation.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Grand Falls-Windsor Municipal Police


Please see attached details for candidates for the up-coming municipal bi-election on March 8th for signage.

2016 Saturday Drop Off Schedule

The Town of Grand Falls – Windsor has scheduled the by-election to fill the vacant Councillor position for Tuesday March 8th, 2016. Nomination day will be at the Town Hall on High Street from 8:00am to 8:00pm on Tuesday February 16th, 2016. This release is an advisory notice and formal notices will be published as per the Municipal Elections Act and ratified at the January 26, Public Council meeting.

For further information, contact Michael Pinsent, Town Clerk and Returning Officer for the Town of Grand Falls – Windsor at (709) 489-0407 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Homelessness Partnering Strategy Rural and Remote Newfoundland and Labrador are pleased to invite application submissions for funding.

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The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor has recently adopted a Mandatory Helmet Policy and Fan Code of Conduct for both the Joe Byrne Memorial and Windsor Stadiums. Please see the links below for more information on each Policy:


Helmet Policy

Fan Code of Conduct


If you have any further questions, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 489-0450.