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.
Sales Tax Rates
|Jurisdiction||Citywide except special districts||Arista Improvement District (A-LID)||Flatiron Improvement District (FID)|
|State of Colorado*||2.9%
|City & County of Broomfield||4.15%
Table Key and Notes
* Collected by the Colorado Department of Revenue on State Return
Please note that Broomfield's Lodging Tax is not figured into the above table. The lodging Excise Tax is 1.6% and is now collected on the Broomfield City and County Return.
City and County Budgets
5-Year Capital Improvement Project Plan
|2019 Budget||2019 CIP Plan|
|2018 Budget||2018 CIP Plan
|2017 Budget||2017 CIP Plan|
|2016 Budget||2016 CIP Plan|
|2015 Budget||2015 CIP Plan|
Budget Tracking Reports
|January 2018||July 2018|
|February 2018||August 2018|
|March 2018||September 2018|
|April 2018||October 2018|
|May 2018||November 2017|
|June 2018||December 2017|
|March 2018||April 2018|
|May 2018||June 2018|
|July 2018||August 2018|
|September 2018||October 2018|
Debt Analysis- December 31, 2017, Debt Analysis
Vendor Information and Open Bids
Get details on how to do business with the City and County of Broomfield. You can also see a list of open projects and bids for the city and county.
Vendor Payment InformationThe City and County of Broomfield is committed to providing responsive and effective leadership by supporting open, transparent and accountable government.
We believe that open and transparent government requires that government business should be open to effective public review. View Broomfield’s Financial Data with easy to use search tools, graphs and more with the ACCOUNTability tool.