Windsor Hometown Heroes

Military Banner Program
 This program was created to recognize and honor Windsor residents and their immediate family members who are serving our  country in the United States Armed Forces.  

  • The program is supported with funding provided by local sponsors and family members. 
  • The military banners will be displayed on an ongoing basis on light standards at Windsor Civic Center located at 9291 Old Redwood Hwy.
  • Banners will remain in place until military deactivation of the service member.
  • The service member's active duty status will be verified annually.
  • When removed, the banner will be presented to the service member or family.
  • Currently serving on active duty in the United States Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard)
AND one of the following:
  • Permanent residency in Windsor OR
  • Having an immediate family member working or residing in Windsor (parent, grandparent, brother, sister, son, daughter, aunt or uncle).


How to Apply

How to Donate

Each banner costs $200. To support this program with a *donation, please send a check, in any amount, payable to the Town of Windsor (Tax ID number 45-2913488) to: Windsor Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program, PO Box 100, Windsor CA 95492.

*May be tax deductible. Please consult your tax preparer.

The program is ongoing, and applications and donations continue to be accepted. The Windsor Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program Committee sells t-shirts with its red, white and blue logo to raise funds for the program. Phone Windsor Parks and Recreation for information or to purchase a shirt: 707-838-1260.

How to Volunteer

See Windsor Hometown Heroes Military Banner Guidelines
Contact Amanda Gray, Windsor Parks and Recreation Senior Administrative Assistant at 707-838-5382 or via email.


The Windsor Hometown Heroes Military Banner Program is administered by the Windsor Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with the volunteer, community-based Windsor Hometown Heroes Military Banner Committee.

2019 Banner Ceremony


Photos provided by Danielle Joy Photography 
(password: windsor2019)

Video of Ceremony provided by the Press Democrat 

Friends and family joined with the public on Sunday, January 27, 2019, to honor seven home-grown active-duty service men. The crowd gathered in Huerta Gymnasium for Windsor's seventh Hometown Heroes Military Banner Red Carpet Ceremony. A banner for each of the honorees joins the 67 banners already hung in Windsor Civic Center since the program's inception in 2013. Video of first Banner Ceremony held in November 2013.

 The Program has been supported by: 

  • Town of Windsor
  • Windsor Parks and Recreation Foundation
  • American Legion Sotoyome Post 111
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 768
  • North Sonoma County Republican Club
  • Sonoma County Mothers of Military Servicemembers (M.O.M.S.)
  • 40/8 Sonoma Voiture 338
  • Dan Dorries
  • Frank and Geri DeMaio
  • Suzan and David Lewis
  • Janace and Stan Shusda
  • Castaneda's Marketplace
  • Windsor Home Depot
  • Windsor Storage
  • Aaction Rents
  • Peet's Coffee and Tea
  • Burgess Lumber
  • Exchange Bank
  • Paragon Controls Inc.
  • FASTSIGNS of Sonoma County
  • Randy and Barbara Cruz
  • West Coast Diesels
  • Danielle Joy Photography
  • Starbucks
  • Sonoma County Devil Pups