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Open Space and Trails

Mission 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.

Birds of Prey Presentation - October 11

Get up close with live raptors--including a bald eagle!

The Birds of Prey Foundation will provide an informal, educational program and it's free! Read more...

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

Ruth Roberts Connector Trail Now Open
The Ruth Roberts Connector Trail that provides a trail link between Broomfield’s Lake Link Trail and the Boulder County Rock Creek Trail will be open to the public as of July 24.

This fall, volunteer youth from both Broomfield and Boulder County will complete the revegetation work along the sides of the trail. This project is a cooperative effort between the City and County of Broomfield and Boulder County. Colorado State Trails/Great Outdoors Colorado provided a $45,000 grant toward the construction.

The crusher fines trail is approximately .9 miles long, and includes an approximately 45-foot long and 10-foot wide steel bridge to allow for access across a drainage way. The project will open up many regional and local trails to citizens in Boulder County as well as the City and County of Broomfield. 

View map of the project.

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 (OSTAC)
The Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee 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...


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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
A Broomfield Trails Map is available in printed form! Pick one up on your next visit to the City and County Building at 1 DesCombes Drive, request one be mailed to you by calling 303.464.5803 or emailing 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!