- Public Health and Environment
- Community Services
- Inspections & Assessments
Inspections & Assessments
Environmental Health Specialists conduct inspections and assessments to ensure public health and safety. Report health concerns, including foodborne illness concerns, to 720.887.2220.
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Child Care Facility Inspections
Environmental Health Specialists monitors the safe and healthy operation of licensed child care facilities. Regular inspections are conducted to ensure compliance with state regulations. More information on state regulations can be found here Version OptionsInspections & AssessmentsHeadline Child Care Facility Inspections.
Public Swimming Pools and Spas Inspections
Environmental Health Specialists respond to complaints and annually inspect public swimming pools and spas to assure they are in compliance with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Swimming Pools and Mineral Baths Regulations. The fee for initial pool inspections is $100. More information can be found here Version OptionsInspections & AssessmentsHeadline.
Staff also review and approve the plans for new or remodeled pools and spas for compliance with the regulations. Below is the application for a pool/spa plan review process.
Application for Swimming Pool and Spa Plan Review
Methamphetamine Contaminated Structures
To protect Broomfield residents and future residents from Methamphetamine (Meth) exposure from residual contamination in structures, the Broomfield Public Health and Environment in conjunction with the Broomfield Building Department, when informed of a Meth contaminated structure, will: take action to prevent exposure, verify the appropriate actions are taken to remediate the contamination, document the actions taken to mitigate the contamination and render the structure fit for occupancy. For more information on this program please call 720.887.2220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment
A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment is commonly conducted as part of a commercial property to determine if the property has been subject to potential or existing environmental contamination such as hazardous materials spills or mitigation.
If you are interested in obtaining a Phase I EA record review, please complete our required Phase I ESA open records request.