There is no support for older citizens.
In December of 2010, the Town formed the Grand Falls-Windsor Age Friendly Steering Committee to understand the needs of seniors in the community. The activities of the committee were guided by the nationally accepted Age-Friendly Rural and Remote Communities: A Guide. With using multiple resources, the steering committee has made multiple recommendations to the Town to adopt to make the community more age-friendly.
Grand Falls-Windsor experiences the same climate as the rest of Newfoundland.
Grand Falls-Windsor is one of the few areas not located around a bay or along the coast. The climate can be drier and warmer, experiencing above average temperatures in the summer.
There is little access to educational facilities.
There are five schools in the Town, and there are a number of different schooling options available in Grand Falls-Windsor. A child may enter a public, English, French Immersion or Francophone option.
There isn’t much to do.
The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor has a variety of attractions and amenities from parks, trails, community programs, arts and culture and natural attractions. Any time of the year, there is always something to see and do.