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Maps and Statistics
Maps

Trails map

The new Broomfield Trails Map is now available!  Broomfield staff updated all the trails, bike lanes, and open space and parks properties. The map includes a new section with pictures of Broomfield’s local wildlife, a map of all the Front Range peaks, and an open space history timeline.
 
If you would like to be one of the first to receive the new map, email Open Space with your name and mailing address so that one can be sent to you.You can also pick one up at the Community Assistance Center in the City and County Building.




Resources

Map Showing Human-Coyote Encounters in Broomfield

Broomfield residents have experienced coyote encounters. You can view a map of incidents reported year-to-date August 2013 and one showing all incidents 2009 through August 2013.

Statistics

The Broomfield Comprehensive Plan has the ambitious goal of preserving 40%, or 9,617 acres, of the community as open lands. Open lands refers to both open space and park lands. At this time, Broomfield has a total of 7,886 acres of open lands, which totals 32.8% of the community. The strategy is to meet the balance of 7.2% through purchase of land, joint acquisitions with other communities, the public land dedication, and other innovative funding efforts. The current breakdown of open lands and trails, as of January 2015, is shown below.

Open Lands
Type Acres
City-Owned Open Space 2,418
Conservation Easement 371
Boulder / Broomfield IGA Joint Open Space 2,421
Public Park and Recreation 716
Golf Course 665
School Parks 180
Private Park and Recreation 287
Other Public Open Lands 641
Other Private Open Lands 176
Private Open Space 11
Total 7,886
 Trails
Type Miles
Multi-Use Paths 81
Detached 8-Foot Sidewalks 90
Soft-Surface Trails 24
On-Street Bike Lanes 70
Total 265