Animal Services

Animal Services encourages responsible pet ownership. Owning a pet is a privilege, but also a big responsibility. Animal laws protect public health and safety and keep owners from allowing their animals to be a nuisance to their neighbors. These laws also protect animals from cruel treatment, neglect, and injury.

  1. The City and County of Broomfield has been informed about Avian Flu infections in some of our bird populations.

    Our staff is working with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to take appropriate measures to keep our community and other wildlife safe.
    While the human health risks from Avian Flu are low according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CPW recommends that people do not touch dead or diseased wild birds and do not let your pets near them or their droppings.
    For more information on Avian Flu and to report dead or diseased birds, please visit

About Us

Broomfield Animal Services is committed to the delivery of effective, courteous, and responsive animal management services to the residents of Broomfield. Animal Services enforces all animal-related ordinances for Broomfield.


  • Registering dogs, cats, and ferrets residing in Broomfield
  • Reuniting lost pets to their owners
  • Investigating bite incidents involving domesticated animals and wildlife
  • Helping neighbors resolve animal-related issues such as noisy dogs, unsupervised pets, dogs running loose, and investigating concerns about animals
  • Assisting with injured pets
  • Providing information regarding wildlife concerns
  • Providing pet safety, bite prevention, and humane education classes

Contact Us

  1. 7 DesCombes Dr, Broomfield CO 80020
    303-438-6400 or 911


    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.
    Weekends & Holidays
    Lobby Closed


    Kent Wichlacz

    Special Services Bureau


    Amy Voltin

    Animal Services