Maps and Statistics
The Broomfield Trails Map was updated in late 2016 to include the latest trail connections. This 32" x 27" color map has all of the latest trail information along with a panorama of the Front Range with mountain names, information on Broomfield's major open spaces, living with wildlife tips, trail use and bicycle safety tips—all in one source!
Click on the map image to view an online version. To pick up a complimentary copy of this map, just stop by the Community Assistance Center at the George
NEW Open Space, Parks and Trails Web MapDiscover site amenities, trail connections, videos and more in this desktop and mobile-friendly application. Search for key open space and park sites, trails, and features like fishing spots, public art, and picnic pavilions. Or explore areas near you using the "my location" feature. More open spaces, parks, and trails are being added all the time! Have suggestions? Fill out the feedback form to help us continue improving this service by clicking on the ? icon at the top right of the screen on the map. Visit Broomfield.org/OSPT to start exploring Broomfield's outdoor wonders!
- Map of Existing and Proposed Broomfield Trails (11" x 17")
- U.S. 36 Corridor Interactive Map - Includes cycling within the communities of Longmont, Boulder, Boulder County, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Broomfield, Arvada and Westminster
- Broomfield County Commons Trail Mileage Map (map for two trail loops)
- Open Space and Park Land Map (11" x 17")
- Bike Northwest Interactive Map (Commuting Solutions website)
Map Showing Human-Coyote Encounters in Broomfield
Broomfield residents have experienced coyote encounters. You can view a map of all incidents reported from 2009 to February 2018 and one showing all incidents during 2017.
The Broomfield Comprehensive Plan, updated in 2016, has the ambitious goal of providing approximately 40% of Broomfield's planning area as open lands. The term "open lands" is an umbrella concept that refers to open space, parks, and other types of undeveloped lands such as
- Open Space Areas: These areas are parcels intentionally protected from development and set aside for unstructured passive recreation and the appreciation of natural surroundings. They may contain trailheads and trails, fishing facilities, wildlife viewing areas and other facilities that support uses compatible with a site’s natural resources and conditions.
- Parks and Recreational Areas: These areas are the most intensively developed and used types of open lands. They may contain open irrigated turf areas for passive recreation, playing fields, hard courts, picnic areas, restroom facilities and other improvements.
- Other Open Lands: These areas include golf courses, drainage/detention areas and other facility uses.