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Open Space and Trails
Duck iconMission Statement
The mission of the Open Space and Trails Department is to acquire open space and create a comprehensive trail system that allows for the enjoyment of the outdoors and promotes a healthy environment for people, nature and community.

Great Blue Heron Hiker iconBroomfield Trail Adventure 2015

National Trails Day will be celebrated at the Broomfield Trail Adventure on Saturday, June 6, 2015. This year, the event will be hosted at Legacy Park, just to the west of Legacy High School parking lot. Trail routes will follow the Lake Link Trail past Plaster Reservoir and along the Quail Creek area. Read more about the event and see maps of the routes.

The event begins with registration at 7:30 a.m. and concludes around 10 a.m. Participants will be treated to refreshments, t-shirts, and prizes.

Also, the "Broomfield 100" will be kicked off at the Trail Adventure, and will carry on throughout the summer. The Broomfield 100 is a community challenge that highlights approximately 100 miles of trails in and around Broomfield. For more information on the Broomfield 100 challenge, please visit the web page. The Broomfield Trail Adventure and the Broomfield 100 share the purpose of promoting the local trail system and providing fun events for family outdoor recreation.

Trails Damaged by Recent Rains
(May 12, 2015) Due to the recent heavy rains along the Front Range, Broomfield County trails have experienced excessive damage. Those that are in particularly poor condition are in the Broomfield County Commons, Lac Amora, Wildgrass, and Ridgeview areas.

Staff will be working on the trails to restore them to their previous condition. Staff estmates that it will take approximately two weeks to make the trails safe and usable until permanent repairs can be completed. This is a long process, and it is hoped that the situation can be rectified as soon as possible. Your patience is appreciated. 
  
In the meantime, please be aware that the trails are in poor condition and take extra caution when using them. Thank you. 
 
For questions or concerns, please contact Open Space at 303.438.6216 or by email.

So Many Rabbits!

Residents can modify their landscaping or try repellents to control rabbits in their yards. Read more...

Broomfield Trail Expansion Project
The Broomfield Trail will stretch a total of 22 miles once all sections are completed. It will extend from the Great Western Open Space in the southwest corner of Broomfield, just east of Indiana Street, to northeast of Weld County Road 6 and Interstate 25. View most recent information...

Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee 
The Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (OSTAC) is made up of seven citizen members at large (appointed by city council), one ex officio, non-voting council member and one ex officio alternate. Read more... 

Suggestions for Open Space and Trails
The Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee would like your comments on open space needs and strategies as well as any trail connects that are needed in the city. Please email your comments to Open Space and Trails.

Trails Map Available

Trails map


The updated Broomfield Trails Map is now available! Call
303.464.5803 to request that a new map be mailed to you or email Open Space

Other map information...






Volunteer

Would you like to be a volunteer for the open space and trails program for the benefit of the community? Joining an Adopt-a-Trail or Adopt-an-Open Space Site is just one way your energy can help the community!


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