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The City and County of Broomfield is currently accepting applications for the following Boards and Commissions. 

Click on one of the links below to apply online or to print an application.

Board of Equalization - The Board of Equalization reviews property valuations for assessment of all taxable property as determined by the assessor and hear individual taxpayer appeals of the assessor’s decisions; to review recommendations made by qualified hearing officers for valuations; and to hear abatement requests and appeals of the assessor’s decisions for Senior Property Tax Exemptions.

Broadslands Golf Course Advisory Board - The Broadlands Golf Course Advisory Board oversees golf operations and provides direct communication between the Golf Course Manager and the community. The Board’s role includes reviewing public responses to operations, golf fees, golf policies, and related matters. The Board may also provide input to the Golf Course Manager regarding golf fees and regulation of play.

Brunner Farmhouse Citizen Advisory Committee - Advise Council on matters related to the Brunner Farmhouse, including: when necessary, recommend a Broomfield non-profit for use of an upstairs office; review and approve requests for use of the Farmhouse using approved guidelines; implement policies for use of the meeting areas by groups; light maintenance an upkeep of the Farmhouse and site; guidelines for the planting and care of garden areas and other topics as requested by Council; and research and pursue, to the extent feasible, additional funding sources to the renovations and operations of the Farmhouse.

Cemetery Committee - The Cemetery Committee advises Council and oversees cemetery operations; studies and recommends to Council a long-range plan for a full-scale cemetery for the City; recommends amendments to cemetery rules and regulations, adjustments in cost of interment sites, and provides advice on cemetery-related matters.

Cultural Council - The Cultural Council oversees the Cultural Master Plan for the development and maintenance of scientific and cultural opportunities in the City; develops a grant-making process and an annual funding plan for distribution of Tier III Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) funds and city-appropriated Arts Culture and Science grant funds in
Broomfield for Council approval; offers workshops and training opportunities to local and regional organizations providing cultural services and programs to Broomfield citizens; serves as a liaison between local scientific and cultural organizations and agencies, the SCFD board of directors and city council.

Health and Human Services
- To advise the Health and Human Services Department on community needs and the implementation of integrated services to address these needs; provide community input and feedback to the Department; serve as a "pool" for statutorily required board and commission memberships; encourage and promote ongoing community involvement, communication, and education regarding HHS programs; participate in specific, temporary task forces on select issues identified by the Health and Human Services Department.

Historic Landmark Board - The Historic Landmark Board proposes criteria for review of historic resources; reviews properties nominated for designation and makes recommendations; advises and assists owners of historic properties; develops and assists in public education programs; reviews applications and issues certificates of historic appropriateness; pursues financial assistance for preservation and history-related programs; maintains records and files; develops a checklist of activities required for receiving a historical landmark tax rebate; identifies and implements other incentives for owners of historic properties; issues certificates of recognition and authorizes plaques for historical landmarks; fosters civic pride and awareness of Broomfield’s unique heritage.

Library Board - The Library Board serves as an advisory body to City Council regarding the operations of the Library.

Local Licensing Authority - The Local Licensing Authority shall have and is vested with the authority to grant or refuse for cause, licenses for the sale at retail of malt, vinous or spirituous liquors or 3.2% fermented malt beverages; to conduct investigations; and to suspend or revoke such licenses for cause. The Authority hears appeals related to denial or revocation of solicitor licenses, ambulance licenses, and food establishment licenses.

Personnel Merit Commission - As provided by the City Charter, to have final jurisdiction and final authority to hear and determine appeals by any aggrieved employee who has been subject to disciplinary action of any kind.

Planning and Zoning Commission - Review and make recommendations to Council on rezoning requests, subdivision plats, PUD’s and special review applications. The Commission will also hear requests for variances to the Zoning Code and appeals from decisions of the Building official concerning application of the various building, mechanical, and similar housing and construction codes.

Public Art Committee - Advance the public art master plan approved by City Council, including guidelines governing public art funding, selection, acquisition, placement, installation, marketing, and maintenance of works of art. Other responsibilities include development of an educational program for city residents and visitors on Broomfield’s public art program; conduct an annual inventory and condition assessment of the city’s public art collection; and consult with developers regarding public art opportunities in private developments, per direction of Council.