Throughout the program, Broomfield certified 49 businesses.
April 12, 2021 - Broomfield Public Health Order 2021-02, effective April 15 through August 16, suspends the operations of the Broomfield Back to Business Program. View Broomfield.org/COVID for more details.
Beginning April 16 at 12:01 a.m. through May 15, Broomfield will operate in “Level Blue: Caution” on the Dial.
Broomfield’s Back to Business program will be suspended allowing all Broomfield businesses to operate with the following restrictions. View details at Broomfield.org/DialCapacities.
Businesses and community members must continue to do our part by:
Wearing a mask
Washing hands frequently
Interact with only your household as much as possible and following the current guidance on gatherings.
Staying home if you’re sick
Masks are required for anyone age 11 and older in all indoor spaces that are open to the general public, including any office or building that offers services or facilities to the general public. Click here for the state FAQ. City and County of Broomfield facilities highly encourage masks to be worn by anyone age 2 and older in compliance with CDC recommendations.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns, here are helpful resources:
Info@Broomfield.org or call 303.469.3301 - the best contact for questions, concerns, and feedback about COVID-19 public health guidance.
Broomfield.org/COVID - the Broomfield City and County hub for COVID-19 information, including Broomfield's simplified “Dial,” details on public health guidance and operating restrictions, and COVID-19 news and events.
Sign up for the Economic Vitality eNewsletter for updates on the Back to Business program and more delivered to your inbox.