1. PUBLIC NOTICE: 2024 Proposed Budget

    The Finance Department is pleased to present the 2024 Proposed Budget, which is available for community input.

    The public comment period is available through noon, Monday, Oct. 09, 2023 online. 

    View the department presentations and the department head narrated presentations for the Fiscal Year 2024 Proposed Budget.

    Questions and comments can be submitted via email to or through the online submission form. Comments received by noon on Monday, Oct. 09, 2023 will be provided to Council as part of the official meeting record. Comments submitted after the deadline will still be reviewed, but will not be added to the official meeting record. The public will also have an opportunity to comment during the public hearing at the regularly scheduled council meeting on Oct. 10, beginning at 6 p.m. The 2024 Budget is scheduled for adoption at the City Council’s regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24 beginning at 6 p.m.

Finance Department Responsibilities

The Finance Department is responsible for the efficient collection of city and county revenues, controlling the city and county's financial assets, disbursement of city and county expenditures, purchasing and employee payroll. The department includes budget, fiscal management, risk management, purchasing, utility billing, sales tax, public trustee, and treasurer.

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We are committed to providing exceptional financial service and reports that comply with all financial standards. We believe in the stewardship of public resources through policies that protect the public interest. Our standard is accuracy and timeliness in support of City and County Decisions. Accounting page.

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Focus on establishing a fiscal philosophy that responds to economic conditions and generates a balanced budget by the fall of each year.  Furthering operational accountability through the coordination of performance metrics.  Measuring fiscal responsibility in accordance with the Annual Budget. Budget page.

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Procurement involves a range of activities in obtaining goods and services to support daily operations for business purposes. We continue to monitor and assess the procurement process to minimize costs and to improve and increase our business profitability.  Procurement page.

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The Revenue Management division oversees the education, licensure, audit, and collections. Oversight of all businesses collects sales tax, use tax, and collection and distribution of property tax, as well as the Public Trustee functions such as foreclosures and executing the releasing of deeds of trust. Utility Billing and collection of water and sewer utilities through reading meters, generating bills, processing payments, and miscellaneous accounts receivable. Revenue page.

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Process development and guidance, administrative support, and financial analysis of LRFP, utility rates, developer agreements, and cost allocation plans. Operations page.

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Risk Management

The division of Risk Management is responsible for protecting the assets of the City & County of Broomfield, which includes people and property.   Risk Management administers the City & County's property and liability insurance program and sets the insurance requirements for all contracts/vendors. Risk Management page.

Contact Us

  1. Brenda Richey

    Finance Director

    1 DesCombes Drive

    Broomfield, CO 80020

    Ph: 303-438-6357