Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (OSTAC)
The Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (OSTAC) was established to advise the city council on amendments to the open space element of the master plan. OSTAC is charged with the responsibility of making recommendations to the city council regarding the following:
- The acquisition of open space parcels
- The location, type, and timing of trail segments and crossings
- A long-range plan for open space use and management
- Guiding Open Space and Trails Plans and Policies
Visit Broomfield.org/OpenSpace to learn more about the OST department.
- Date: the fourth Thursday of each month
- Time: 6 - 9 p.m.
- Location: TBD Monthly
- Please note: meeting locations, dates and times are subject to change.
Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee (OSTAC) Meeting
Thursday December 7, 2023
Meeting location: Broomfield Community Center, Lakeshore Room (280 Spader Way, Broomfield, CO 80020)
The public is welcome to attend. View the OSTAC Meeting Process and Norms.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Seven members, one alternate member, one youth member, one youth alternate member, one ex-officio City Council member and one alternate ex-officio City Council member.
|Michael McLane (Chair)||March 31, 2026|
|Renae Stavros (Vice-Chair)||March 31, 2026|
|Teng Keng Vang||March 31, 2026|
|Alexis Sweet||March 31, 2026|
|Scott Whitmore||March 31, 2024|
|Chris Petrizzo||March 31, 2024|
|Patrick Tennyson||March 31, 2024|
|Councilmember Todd Cohen||December 1, 2023|
|Mayor Pro Tem Stan Jezierski||December 1, 2023|
|Madeleine Fernandez (Youth Member)||March 31, 2024|
|River Paranto (Youth Member Alternate)||March 31. 2024|
Kristan PritzOpen Space and Trails Director
1 DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020
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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.
We acknowledge that the land upon which we reside is the ancestral home of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, and Ute peoples. We further recognize that their connection to this place, both today and for countless generations, stewards the natural and cultural resources that we value so deeply. By acknowledging this connection, we strive to learn from, honor and respect these indigenous ties in our open space landscapes.