What can I do if my sewer is backing up?

If your sewer is backing up beyond the property line into the main line, a Public Private Improvement Permit needs to be submitted.  Broomfield offers a SEWER program which eligible homeowners could qualify for a reimbursement.  For more information pertaining to the SEWER Program click here.  Once the permit is approved, Broomfield will notify the applicant with the necessary fees; and the applicant shall coordinate with the Broomfield Engineering Inspection Division.

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1. What can I do if I have standing water on my sidewalk or in my curb?
2. What can I do if my sump pump is running all the time?
3. What can I do if my sewer is backing up?
4. Is my property in a floodplain?
5. Do I have to have flood insurance?
6. Can I get flood insurance if my property is not in the 100-year floodplain?
7. Who should I call if there is a street light outage?
8. If a traffic signal is malfunctioning who do I call?
9. Can I place storage pods or dumpsters on the street?
10. Am I required to have a permit for a block party, parade, fun run, or other street closure?
11. Are there weight restrictions or routes specifically for heavy construction or oversize, overweight vehicles?
12. Do you have additional Excess Size and Weight Questions?