The city of Windsor Heights has a number of outdoor recreational opportunities including Colby Park, with its athletic fields,...
Introducing the new kid on the block and Windsor Height's crown jewel, R I Restaurant. This restaurant doesn't just provide a meal, it provides an experience. From start to finish you'll be met with the finest service and dishes packed with bold flavor combinations. If you're a foodie this restaurant needs to be at the top of your must-do list!
Get your caffeine fix at this gem of a coffee shop. The coffee beans are sourced from the owner's 12-acre coffee farm in Panama and are available for purchase in-store and online. In addition to the fresh-roasted coffee, Grounds for Celebration offers tea, blended coffee drinks, Italian sodas, frosties, smoothies, pasteries, homemade gelato, homemade sorbet, and daily lunch specials.
This local eatery recently relocated to Windsor Heights and is known for its vast vegetarian options and South Asian dishes including samosas, momo dumplings, biryani, dal, naan, and curries.
Just a five-minute drive from downtown Des Moines you can find this quaint little hotel in the heart of Windsor Heights. Clean, airy rooms featuring a kitchenette are available nightly at the usual rack rate or weekly/bi-weekly at discounted rates.
Get active at Colby Park. This park has tennis courts, a baseball field, and a playground. It is also connected to Walnut Creek Trail and just down the road from Windsor Heights Dog Park. Colby Park also features a performance pavilion that hosts music groups and solo acts. On Tuesday nights in the summer you can find community yoga, food trucks, ice cream, and live music at Nights in the Heights! Follow the official Facebook page to stay up to date on the Nights in the Heights series.
WINDSOR HEIGHTS CRISIS RESOURCES
Windsor Heights Police Department: 1133 66th Street, Windsor Heights
Non-emergency calls: (515) 286-3632
- Polk County Resources:
- Sheriff’s Office: 1985 NE 51st Place, Des Moines, IA, 50313
- Administration: (515) 286-3814
- Communications/non-emergency: (515) 286-3333
- Law Enforcement: (515) 286-3306