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Combined Courts17 DesCombes DriveBroomfield, CO 80020
If requested by mail, submit the names of both bride and groom, the date of the ceremony, the address to which the copy should be mailed, and a check, payable to the City and County of Broomfield, for the amount due.
If you need a copy of a document recorded prior to November 15, 2001, you will need to contact the previous county for their assistance.Adams County Clerk & Recorder - 720.523.6020Boulder County Clerk & Recorder - 303.413.7770Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder - 303.271.8121Weld County Clerk & Recorder - 970.304.6520
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Go north on I-25 to 120th Avenue exit. Go west on 120th Avenue to Lamar Street. Lamar Street will be the 2nd traffic light past Sheridan Blvd. Turn right on Lamar (before Applebee's). Drive north to the third stop sign, a T-intersection with DesCombes Drive. Directly ahead is the entry to the parking lot, with the George Di Ciero City and County Building in front of you and the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.
From Boulder:Go southeast on U.S. Hwy 36, Boulder Turnpike, take the Hwy 287 exit, #. Turn north onto US Highway 287/Wadsworth Parkway. Drive north to Midway Blvd. (the stoplight at the bottom of the hill) and turn right, going east. Continue on Midway Blvd. for about 1 1/2 miles, passing a signalized intersection at Main Street. Take the next right turn at Lamar Street. Two blocks south, Lamar Street curves around the George Di Ciero City and County Building to become DesCombes Drive. Turn right at the first parking lot entrance, and the George Di Ciero City and County Building will be directly in front of you with the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works. From North of Denver:
Go south on I-25 to 120th Avenue exit. Go west on 120th Avenue to Lamar Street. Lamar Street will be the 2nd traffic light past Sheridan Blvd. Turn right on Lamar (before Applebee's). Drive north to the third stop sign, a T-intersection with DesCombes Drive.
Directly ahead is the entry to the parking lot, with the George Di Ciero City and County Building in front of you and the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.From Longmont or Lafayette:Go south on US Highway 287 to Midway Blvd. Turn left, going east. Continue on Midway Blvd. for about 1 1/2 miles, passing a signalized intersection at Main Street. Take the next right turn at Lamar Street. Two blocks south, Lamar Street curves around City Hall to become DesCombes Drive. Turn right at the first parking lot entrance, and the George Di Ciero City and County Building will be directly in front of you with the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.
New house – custom or new model - 4 to 5 weeks for first commentsNew house – master plan - 3 to 4 weeksNew commercial – 4 to 5 weeks for first commentsTenant finish - 2 to 3 weeks for commentsResidential additions – 1 to 2 weeks
For commercial projects, three complete sets of plans are required for new buildings or food service tenants, otherwise, two complete sets shall be submitted. Click here for commercial submittal information.
Use Tax = Total valuation x 50% x 4.15% for contractorsUse Tax = Materials valuation x 4.15% for homeowners doing all their own work.
Typically, all structures shall be at least 5 feet away from the side property lines, and could be required to be set back even greater distances. In a majority of cases, the house is constructed at the minimum front setback line, and no structure can be built closer to the street than the house. The rear yard setbacks vary considerably, depending on the subdivision and the structure. There may also be utility or drainage easements in various locations on your lot that restrict the placement of any structure.
For correct setback information in all zoning districts, please call the City and County of Broomfield Planning Division at 303-438-6284.
The currently adopted building code also requires smoke alarms to be installed in the home whenever interior alterations are made that require a building permit. Therefore, for permits issued after July 1, 2009, inspections for all interior alterations and additions will include verification of correct installation of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms in dwelling units that include fuel fired appliances or an attached garage. Approved combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms may be used. Interior alterations include, but are not limited to remodels, basement finishing, replacement of furnaces, water heaters, installation of air conditioning, and window replacements.
Carbon monoxide alarms shall produce a distinct, audible alarm, may be combined with a smoke detecting device if the combined device produces an alarm, or an alarm and voice signal, in a manner that clearly differentiates between the two hazards, and shall be listed by an approved, nationally recognized, independent product-safety testing and certification laboratory.
Carbon monoxide alarms shall be powered by one of the following methods: fully battery powered, plug-connected into a dwelling's unswitched electrical outlet and include a battery backup, wired into a dwelling's electrical system and include a battery back-up, or connected to an electrical system via an electrical panel.
Carbon monoxide alarms shall be installed within 15 feet of the entry to each sleeping room.
Smoke alarms shall be listed by an approved, nationally recognized, independent product-safety testing and certification laboratory per IRC Section 313.1. Smoke alarms shall be installed in accordance with the current building code: on each floor level of the home, in the immediate vicinity outside each separate sleeping area, and in each sleeping room. When more than one smoke alarm is required, the devices shall be interconnected in such a manner that the actuation of one alarm will activate all of the alarms in the individual dwelling unit.
Smoke alarms shall receive their primary power from the building wiring and include a battery backup. For alterations, interconnection and hard-wiring of smoke alarms will be required only if the alterations include electrical work in the area requiring a smoke alarm; in all other cases, battery powered smoke alarms will be acceptable. The installation of carbon monoxide alarms and smoke alarms shall comply with the manufacturers installation instructions.
Low-pressure steam boilers with no more than 15 psi and/or less than 250 degrees F;
Hydronic (water) boilers with no more than 160 psi and or less than 250 degrees F;
High-pressure steam boilers with more than 15 psi and/or more than 250 degrees F; and
Hydronic (water) boilers with more than 160 psi and/or more than 250 degrees F.
Water heaters are also treated as low-pressure boilers for inspection purposes if the heat input is more than 200,000 BTU/Hr, the water temperature exceeds 210 degrees F, or the nominal water-containing capacity is greater than 120 gallons.
Locations likely to have boilers also needing State of Colorado permits and inspections include offices, schools, apartment buildings providing hot water supply and/or heat, utilities, processing plants, drill rig sites, commercial laundries, dry cleaners and hospitals. Please see the State of Colorado Boiler Inspection website for complete information. (http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/CDLE-OilPublicSafety/CDLE/1248095303782)
For all children under the age of 18, curfew is 10:30 p.m.; however, on Friday and Saturday nights, minors between age 15 and 18 have an extended curfew of 1 a.m. with permission of parents. There are some exceptions to this ordinance. For more information, please see Broomfield Municipal Code 9-62-030.
The steps to become certified as a foster family are fully outlined in the Colorado State regulations for foster care homes. Once you successfully completed these steps, you may be certified to foster a child.
For more information, call Broomfield Health and Human Services Department at 720.887.2266. A representative will contact you regarding the program. Orientation and required training will be provided at no cost to prospective foster applicants.
To apply for any apartment, either low income or market rate, you must contact the apartment management directly. Broomfield does not currently own or manage any rental units.
1) Open Enrollment (at the end of each year, effective January 1st of the following year)
2) Qualifying Event - change in employment status, marriage, divorce, death, birth - in this case you must submit the enrollment/change form to HR within 31 days (including date of the event).
- Birth and care of a newborn - Adoption or foster care of a child - Employee’s own “serious health condition” - Care of a spouse, child, or parent with a serious health condition * “care” includes psychological care, comfort - Care for ill or injured service member (* up to 26 weeks*) - Qualifying exigency related to military service
Employees who have been employed for at leave 12 months and who have worked at least 1,250 hours in the 12 months preceding the commencement of Family or Medical Leave are eligible for said leave if one of the following conditions above is met and certified. Hours charged to annual leave, sick leave, short-term disability leave, compensatory time use, holiday leave, injury leave, civil leave, funeral leave, administrative leave and leave with our pay do not count towards the 1, 250 hour requirement.
Please contact Human Resources at (303)438-6320 if you think you may qualify or complete the Leave Request Form under the QuickLinks on the Leave Webpage and return to Human Resources.
- Leave Request Form – completed by the employee and signed for approval by supervisor- Employee Certification of Health Care Provider – completed by the employee’s physician and must review employee’s job description- Release to Return to Work – prior to returning to work the employee’s physician must complete this document and review the employee’s job description
Please note that if you are a benefited employee and are incapacitated for seven or more consecutive days for your own serious health condition and is doctor certified you may be eligible for Short-Term Disability leave.
- Leave Request Form – completed by the employee and signed for approval by supervisor- Family Member Certification of Health Care Provider – completed by the immediate family member’s physician (this does not need to be completed if employee is only using sick leave).
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Every person riding a bicycle or electrical assisted bicycle shall have all of the rights and duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle under this article.
Colorado Revised Statute 42-4-221(1) et seq. addresses the various equipment requirements for EPAMDs to travel on public roadways.
(E) On any other publicly or privately owned parks, ball fields, recreational areas, bike trails, horse trails, lake areas, easements, sidewalk, or other areas dedicated to or commonly used for pedestrian or bicycle traffic.
(B) Operation of golf cars in areas maintained and zoned or approved for golf course use.
(B) Operation of golf cars in areas maintained and zoned or approved for golf course use is allowed.
Every person riding a low-power scooter upon a roadway where low-power scooter travel is permitted shall be granted all of the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties and penalties applicable to the driver of a vehicle.
A low-speed electric vehicle may be operated only on a roadway that has a speed limit equal to or less than 35 mph; except that it may be operated to directly cross a roadway that has a speed limit greater than 35 mpg at an at-grade crossing to continue traveling along a roadway with a speed limit equal to or less than 35 mph. Colorado Revised Statute 42-1-102(58) defines a motor vehicle as any self-propelled vehicle that is designed primarily for travel on the public highways and that is generally and commonly used to transport persons and property over the public highways or a low-speed electric vehicle. All traffic regulations listed for motor vehicles apply to low-speed electric vehicles.
Off highway vehicles may not be operated upon any public streets, roads, or highways except in the following circumstances: when designated for that specific use by the appropriate government agency, while crossing a roadway, railroad tracks, bridge or culvert, or for agricultural purposes.
It shall be unlawful for any parent, guardian, or any adult to authorize, assist, permit, or encourage any minor to operate any motor vehicle or recreational vehicle in violation of the provisions of this chapter.
Motorized apparatus or vehicles used for maintenance of, construction on, or patrol of the properties delineated in section 10-16-020 shall not be prohibited or regulated by the provisions of this chapter; reasonable travel on the property by the owner of said property not generating noise or dust pollution, erosion or fire hazards is likewise permitted.
It is important to remember that though SVP's may pose a risk, they are not the only sex offenders in the community. Other offenders who may be dangerous, but who are not subject to community notification by law, include all un-convicted sex offenders, all sex offenders whose offenses were committed prior to July 1, 1999, and many who have not been identified as known sex offenders. Research indicates that a person is most likely to be sexually assaulted by someone they know.
"It is also unlawful for any person upon roller skates or riding in or by means of any coaster, toy vehicle, or similar device to go upon any roadway except while crossing a highway in a crosswalk, and when so crossing such person shall be granted all of the rights and shall be subject to all of the duties applicable to pedestrians."
(E) On any other publicly or privately owned parks, ball fields, recreational areas, bike trails, horse trails, lake areas, easements, sidewalk, or other areas dedicated to or commonly used for pedestrian or bicycle traffic.
Colorado Revised Statute 42-4-710(3) also applies to the restriction.
If you are calling with questions specifically about your case, you may contact the detective or officer assigned to your case or contact Victim Services during business hours at 303.438.6471 or 303.438.6429. recruitment.
Pedestrians walking or traveling in a wheelchair along and upon highways where sidewalks are not provided shall walk or travel only on a road shoulder as far as practicable from the edge of the roadway. Where neither a sidewalk nor road shoulder is available, any pedestrian walking or traveling in a wheelchair along and upon a highway shall walk as near as practicable to an outside edge of the roadway and, in the case of a two-way roadway, shall walk or travel only on the left side of the roadway facing traffic that may approach from the opposite direction.
If the inspection report indicates that there are deficiencies, a Use Permit will be issued.
If the inspection report indicates that there are deficiencies with the OWTS that have not been repaired, the Division will notify you of what needs to be done in order for the application to approve and a Use Permit issued.
The inspector will check the septic tank; electrical connections; controls and pumps (if applicable); and the absorption area (drainfield). The inspector will also inspect all items listed on the inspection form and answer whether or not they are acceptable.
Unfortunately, undesirable tastes and odors are common in drinking water supplies, and controlling them can be frustrating for both customers and water treatment staff. Chlorine compounds used for disinfection, distribution system materials, and changes in raw water quality may all cause undesirable tastes and odors. Read more...
The particles were described as whitish or light green, resembling eggshells, scale, oatmeal, or clay. A puzzling laboratory investigation finally revealed that the flakes consisted of some sort of plastic, and that the source was limited to the hot water. Read more...
In most areas of Broomfield, brown water episodes are localized and temporary, generally caused by some nearby activity. Read more...
The concerns we receive are mostly directed to three issues: benefits, safety/health risks and cost. Read more...
BowWow Broomfield Vendor: Pet-friendly vendors that would like to be located in the BowWow Broomfield Area Purchase for Resale: Items that are purchased for resale and/or you are a small home based business.
Non-Profit Vendor: You must hold a Federal Non-Profit ID number and give 100% of your proceeds from this event to that Non-Profit organization. This can include games, food, display booths. All food vendors must apply for a Health permit.
Profit Vendor: Vendors who are for profit businesses or individuals who will be selling food, items or providing a game or activity. All food vendors must apply for a Health permit.
Broomfield Chamber Trade Fair Vendor: If you are a business with a store front, you will need to contact the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce at 303-466-1775 for an application. Broomfield Days Vendor Information
Broomfield Chamber Trade Fair: Jennifer Kerr (email@example.com or 303.466.1775)
Car Show: Rick Woodburn (firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.478.2010)
Food, games, non-profit vendors: Matt Gulley (email@example.com or 303.460.6912)
Parade: Kim Evelsizer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Zero Waste Information/Volunteering: Carolyn Johnson (email@example.com or 303.460.6923)
Those who wish to purchase any RESIDENT card or pass are required to show two forms of “proof of residency”. You must present: A Photo ID with your RESIDENT address AND one of the following:Real estate tax notice with your RESIDENT address OR another billing notice that includes your RESIDENT address such as a water bill.If you work in Broomfield, you are eligible to purchase a Resident Card or Pass. You must present:A Photo ID AND Proof of employment at a RESIDENT business.
Paul Derda Recreation Center: Monday, 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Tuesday, 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Wednesday, 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Thursday, 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Friday, 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.*; Saturday, 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
*On Fridays during the school year, the building closes at 6:30 p.m. for the Kids Nite Out Program.
Broomfield does not require a separate “Business License”, however, Liquor Licenses andSolicitor's Licenses are processed by the City Clerk Department at 303-438-6332.
Restaurants, Bars/Grills, and any other food type establishments must call the City & County of Broomfield Health Department at 720-887-2220, for a Health Department inspection and license PRIOR to opening.
The State will provide a sales tax return for remittance of the State Sales Tax, RTD, and Cultural District Tax. DO NOT send the "FlatIron Improvement District" tax or the "Arista Local Improvement District" tax to the State of Colorado.
For a better understanding of the State of Colorado rules, please attend a State seminar. Go to: www.colorado.gov/revenue/tax for a listing of State Sales Tax Seminars.
1. 8.15 % for all locations except those sales made in the “FlatIron Improvement District” and "Arista Local Improvement District."2. 8.16 % for sales made in the “FlatIron Improvement District”3. 8.35 % for sales made "Arista Local Improvement District."
If you sell personal property, and perform installation “services”, please email or call for a determination.
The estimated Use Tax on Construction and Building materials is paid to the Building Department when purchasing a Building Permit. Call 303-438-6249 for an estimate ofthe tax.
Organizers of special events are required to obtain a City & County of Broomfield sales tax license. See the Special Event Organizer Procedure found at our web address: www.broomfield.org/salestax.
If you are not sure if your property is in Broomfield, call the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390, or check our parcel search.
If at all possible, you should try to pay the tax by the end of September in order to avoid the advertising charges or at least before the tax lien sale. If you simply cannot pay before the tax lien sale, take heart. There is a three year redemption period during which time you can pay the delinquency plus accrued interest and fees. Remember, however, that the next year's taxes will be coming due the first of the year.
Make every effort to keep from falling behind on the payment of your property taxes because you could ultimately lose your property. If you have more questions, contact the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390.
ExampleAssessed Value...........31,550Mill Levy Total.......... x 0.099512 (usually expressed as 99.512)Total Property Tax...... $3,139.60
Example: Property Tax Revenue Needed..........$2,500,000.00 / Total Assessed Value.................... $31,350,000.00 = Tax Rate........................................ 0.079745 x 1,000............................................. 1,000 = Total Mill Levy................................ 79.745
For example, a "stealthy" toilet leak could be caused by a defective flapper valve. To determine if this is the case, place a few drops of food coloring or a dye tablet in the tank, and then wait about 10-15 minutes. If the color seeps into the bowl, the flapper valve is not sealing properly and should be repaired.
If your irrigation system is leaking, you may notice the sprinklers malfunctioning, or your lawn may seem especially saturated, water-logged, or "squishy" in some areas. You will need to replace any broken parts or hire a qualified plumber/landscaper to inspect the system.
For additional resources, please refer to this guide to detecting leaks.
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