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The Constitution and state laws of Colorado established real and business personal property assessment procedures and requirements. The values determined by the Assessor Department for real and personal property are used in the calculation of property tax bills. The revenue raised through these property taxes is used to help pay for all public services including schools, police, libraries, and fire protection.
For residential properties, the Assessor Department appraisers study the sales of homes similar to yours which sold within a specific 24-month period. For commercial and industrial properties, the cost, market, and income approaches are considered while business personal property values are based on the asset information submitted directly by business owners.
To obtain value information along with other data on a property, click on the Property Search Links on the Assessor webpage. The simplest search is the Property Records Search (EagleWeb). Click on that link and when the EagleWeb homepage pops up, press the 'Enter EagleWeb' tab ONCE and wait.
Under the Situs Address bar, enter your HOUSE NUMBER only (especially for residential, less is more) and press enter. Select from the search results.
The Assessment Department does not set property taxes or collect payments. However, we can provide the following general information about how your most recent property tax bill (2022 taxes payable in 2023) was calculated and how to estimate taxes.
To calculate taxes, Actual Value is adjusted by the appropriate Assessment Rate to determine its Assessed Value. Commercial properties are multiplied by 29% (0.2900), single-unit residential properties are multiplied by 6.95% (0.0695) and apartments are multiplied by 6.80% (0.068).
The Assessed Value (less any exempted amount) is next multiplied by the applicable Tax Rate, sometimes referred to as Mill Levy. In Colorado, tax rates are expressed as a decimal fraction of a dollar for every one dollar of Assessed Value. Known as a mill, one mill is 1/1,000th of a dollar or $0.001 (1/10th of a penny) and is usually written as a whole number followed by 3 digits to the right of a decimal point.
In 2022, the combined mill levy in the Broadlands area of Broomfield is 122.872 mills or a tax rate of 0.122872 for every $1 of assessed value. Using a home value of $530,000, here is a property tax calculation:
Actual Value x Assessment Rate x Mill Levy (Tax Rate) = Taxes
$530,000 x 0.0695 x 0.122872 = $4,525.99
As shown above, the tax calculation has 3 parts. The Actual Value comes from the Assessor and is show on the NOV mentioned above, Assessment Rates can be set annually by the State Legislature. Tax Rates are set in December each year by taxing authorities like the City and County of Broomfield, the school districts, North Metro Fire Protection and others listed on the tax bill. For more information regarding how tax rates are determined, contact the taxing authorities directly.
Notices of Valuation (NOV) for real property are mailed out every reappraisal (odd numbered) year no later than May 1. The appeal form is included with the NOV. If you wish to appeal your value, provide comparable sales (not listings) of similar homes in your area that have occurred during the statutory sales period.
For tax years 2023 and 2024, the sales period is from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022. Email or mail the signed form with sales or other supporting documentation to the assessor by June 8.
For more information and to review sales used by the Assessor department, visit the Appeal Information page.
NOVs are only mailed out in intervening (even) years when there has been a change in value to the property due to things like finished basements, additions, etc. Select this link to access a 2023 appeal form.
Under Colorado law, all real property (land, buildings, improvements, etc.) must be re-appraised every two years. This occurs in each odd-numbered year (2021, 2023, etc.). The Assessor Department studies the prices of properties which sold during the 24-month period ending on June 30 of the year prior to the reappraisal. For example, the new 2023 values are based on properties which sold between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2022, and based on what was there as of January 1, 2023 (assessment date). While we assess the property based on what was there on the assessment date of January 1, 2023 we base that value on the appraisal date of June 30, 2022. The appraisal date reflects the market data on that data.
New values are set each year for business personal property owned by businesses based on the information annually submitted by the taxpayers on personal property declarations.
All property in Colorado is valued as it exists on January 1 of the current year. January 1 is the Assessment Date. If a structure is not fully built on that date, a partial value reflecting the percentage of completion is used. The value is based on what it would be worth as of June 30, 2022, the Appraisal Date.
The Assessor determines the "actual" (market) value for all real and personal property. Actual value is then reduced by a percentage to derive the "assessed" value. For the 2023 Property Tax Year, the residential property assessment rate is 6.765%. For example, if a homeowner receives a Notice of Valuation from the Assessor stating that the actual value of their property is $530,000, its assessed value would be $36,850 rounded (530,000 x 0.06765). See FAQ "What are the assessment rates on all property types?" for the rest of the assessment rates.
Mill levies are set by the taxing authorities (City and County of Broomfield, North Metro Fire Dept., school districts, metro districts, etc.) in which your property is located. Areas where these tax authorities overlap are put into Tax Areas in the assessor's database. Every property in a tax area is taxed by that area's total net mill levy. The property tax revenues support services in your specific area. The assessor reports the total assessed value to the tax authorities every year and the tax authorities determine their budget and send their mill levy certification to the County no later than December 15.
Mill levies are finalized at the end of December each year and posted early January. Mill Levies by Tax Area/District Report
The taxing authorities are school districts, special districts, etc. in the area your property is located. They hold annual public budget hearings to determine the funds needed for next year's operations, which will determine the mill levy. Most hearings are in the autumn. Being present at the budget hearings makes you more involved and informed about the cost and quality of services provided. Click here for Tax Authority Contact Info.
Please contact the Treasurer's office for all payment-related questions at 303-464-5810 or email@example.com.
Researching to determine your property's mineral rights is not a function of the assessor's office but we can offer a general direction from where to begin your search. Mineral rights may or may not appear on your deed. Deeds are recorded for public record at the Clerk & Recorder’s Office. Since Broomfield has only been a county since 2001, our records are not complete so you may need to contact the legacy county (the county your property was located in before 2001 - Boulder, Weld, Jefferson or Adams).
Due to the complexity of mineral rights research, you may need to hire a real estate attorney or a title company to assist you.
Property lines can only be determined by a licensed surveyor. The City and County of Broomfield does not offer this service.
If your property is within a platted subdivision, you may view the recorded plats from our GIS department's Subdivision Plat Maps page. Parcel maps can be viewed through our Aerial Parcel Search .
Please contact the Community Development department as they handle these matters. Call 303-438-6284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Requests for discovery must be done in writing and submitted to the Court clerks office either in person or by mail. Please see the Broomfield Municipal Court homepage for more info. Broomfield Municipal Court 17 DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020
Your license will be recorded in the county in which you applied for the license, not necessarily the county in which the marriage took place. You may obtain a certified copy either in person, by mail or online. The cost is $1.25 per certified copy. 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 or money order, payable to the City and County of Broomfield, for the amount due. If you are ordering a certified copy online, it will be mailed to you or you can pick it up in our office.
The fee for recording most documents is $13.00 for the first page, and $5.00 for each additional page. For additional information click on fee schedule.
The fees for recording a UCC document are $13.00 for a one or two page document, $18.00 for three or more pages.
E-recorded UCC filings are $8.00 per document.
You may order a copy or a certified copy of a recorded document either in person, by mail or online. If requesting by mail, include the recording (reception) number of the document, or the name(s) on the document, and approximate recording date. Also include, the address where the copy should be mailed, and a check for the amount due. If ordering online, search our Official Records database for the document add it to the cart. Once you have paid for it you will be able to print the document without the watermark. The redaction will remain on the document. If you are ordering certified copies online, you can pick them up in the office or they will be mailed to you. Due to the certification, you will not be able to print certified documents online. Fees for copies are $.25 / page. To certify a copy, the fee is an additional $1.00 per document. Only documents within the City and County of Broomfield Recording database can be certified.
Military Discharge documents are available to the person named at no charge. If you need a copy of a document recorded prior to November 15, 2001, please contact the previous county for their assistance. Adams County Clerk & Recorder - 720.523.6020; Boulder County Clerk & Recorder - 303.413.7770; Jefferson County Clerk & Recorder - 303.271.8121; Weld County Clerk & Recorder - 970.304.6520.
Unofficial images of the recorded documents are available online. The images are available from November 15, 2001, to previous business day.
Call 303.438.6370 and talk to one of the plans analysts. They can answer a variety of questions on most phases of any project. If you manage to stump one of them, the plans analysts can always connect you with a specific inspector or they will research your question and call you back with an answer. You can also email your questions to any of the plans analysts listed on the
For typical homeowner projects, one set of plans is required. The plans should include a site plan that shows where the proposed construction will be located on the property, including lot dimensions and all existing structures; a floor plan showing the use of the spaces, any framing proposed, and dimensions; and a section view, if needed, to show how the structure is attached to the existing building. Please refer to our handout section on our web page for more information.
For commercial projects & tenant finish work, two complete sets of plans shall be submitted. Wet stamp or electronic stamp is acceptable. Please see our website under forms for applications and more detail.
Yes. All water heaters need to be permitted, this includes new and replacements.
Construction is up all over the metropolitan area so building departments are busy! Please schedule enough time for a plan review to keep your project on track. Typical plan review times are as follows:
Over the counter plan reviews - Not Available - Please submit applications & plans to firstname.lastname@example.org -(Basement Finish, Small Remodels, Decks, Pergola’s, Patio Covers, and any other permit that requires a plan reviewer)
"Due to the Coronavirus situation" some of the review timelines below have changed:
New house – custom or new model - 8 to 9 weeks for first comments
New house – a master plan - 8 to 9 weeks for first comments
New house w/approved master plan - 8 to 9 weeks
New commercial – 7 to 8 weeks for first comments
Tenant finish - 7 to 8 weeks for first comments
Residential additions – 3 to 4 weeks for first comments
Basement Finish - 3 to 4 weeks
Exterior Residential - decks, covered patios, pergolas, gazebo, etc. - 3 to 4 weeks
Solar PV Systems - 4 to 5 weeks
Signs - 4 to 5 weeks
Windows - 4 to 5 weeks
Water Heaters, Furnaces & A/C’s - 7 to 8 days
Re-Roofs - 7 to 8 days
The estimated times above are goals but are not guaranteed!
Permit fees are based on the total value or cost of the project. The applicant provides this information on the permit forms at the time of submittal. Use tax is also charged on the value of the materials, assumed to be one-half of the total cost. At this time, we are only able to accept checks and cash for payment. For more information and to get a copy of our fee schedule, click
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.
Use Tax = Total valuation x 50% x 4.15% for contractorsUse Tax = Materials valuation x 4.15% for homeowners doing all their own work.
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)
If you are a homeowner you will call our automated line 303-438-6376 to schedule inspections. The information needed to schedule your inspection will be on the inspection record card (orange card) that will be given to you when the permit is issued at our counter or by your contractor. This will have the permit number (numerics only) and the 3 digit inspection code that is needed to schedule your inspection. The automated line allows you to schedule up to four days out, next day inspections are not guaranteed so please plan accordingly.
If you are a contractor you can be signed up to use our online (Citizen Access) website to schedule your inspections, however, you will need to call our offices to set up your online access 303-438-6370.
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.
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.
The building division is available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except holidays. Payments are accepted between 9:00am and 4:00pm.
Our directory lists contact information for our plans analysts, permit technicians, inspectors, and Chief Building Official.
There are several options available for standing water.
You may search for your property on Broomfield's floodplain map.
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.
Storage pods, roll-offs, and dumpsters can be placed on the roadway after a permit has been granted. The preferred location for dumpsters and storage pods are in private driveways.
Certain weight restrictions apply to Broomfield roadways. Vehicles that are transporting loads on Broomfield roadways that are over 36,000 pounds, having two axles or 54,000 pounds, having three or more axles. Also, any vehicle 8 feet six inches in width, or 13 feet in height, or 45 feet in length require a over size over weight permit. See www.broomfield.org/engineering for the Excess Size and Weight Permit. For the Construction Truck Route Map
For additional Excess Size and Weight questions, please Click Here.
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For more information on zoning within the City and County of Broomfield, please reference our zoning page.
View the following documents for more information:
You do not need a permit to change the lettering on an existing sign. If you are making changes to the size and design of an existing sign, you will need a permit through the Building Division.
Variance means a grant of relief from the requirements of your zone district which permits construction in a manner that would otherwise be prohibited by your zone district. To apply for a variance or determine if a variance will be required please contact the Planning Division at 303.438.6284 or Planning@Broomfield.org.
A legal non-conforming use is an existing use that has been accepted even though it does not conform to the zoning regulations for the district that it is a part of. The City and County of Broomfield has strict regulations related to properties that are designated legal non-conforming. Please contact the Planning Division if you have questions about a property with legal non-conforming use.
HoursThe Planning Division hours of operation are every Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PMQuestions for planning staff may be provided via email at email@example.com or by calling 303.438.6284. At this time walk in services are not available unless coordinated with planning staff.
StaffAnna Bertanzetti - Planning DirectorLynn Merwin - Principal PlannerBranden Roe - Principal PlannerJudy Hammer - Principal PlannerShelby Jablon - Senior PlannerKayla Tift - Planning Technician
Please contact the Planning Division at 303.438.6284 or Planning@Broomfield.org to discuss potential development projects.
Find out more about the review process. For additional questions about the development process, please contact planning staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.438.6284
View an estimated development timeline. Please note the development timeline varies based on project type, location and complexity. For updates on a specific project please contact planning staff at email@example.com or 303.438.6284
Urban Renewal Plan: A plan that updates and revitalizes a property from its current state. Sub-Area Plan: A plan that sets up parameters on a particular property so that it can be redeveloped.
For more information on urban renewal plans and sub-area plans please click here.
You may appear as an add-on on the following Wednesday docket at 1:30 pm. If you have further questions, please contact the clerk's office.
The Municipal Court will accept cash, checks, money order, certified funds, Visa, MasterCard and Discover. Checks should be made payable to the Broomfield Municipal Court.
There is a payment drop box located in front of the court building. Please do not put cash in the payment drop box.
You may also utilize the online payment future that can be located on the homepage.
You can reach out to the City Attorney's office at 303.438.6248.
Not Guilty pleas will not be entered based on a pleading. We require a pretrial conference before accepting a Not Guilty plea entered on the record. This ensures that cases get tried within the 91-day speedy trial limit, and saves our trial dates for cases that cannot be resolved without a trial.
Please refer to the Colorado Judicial Branch website for all pertinent instructions and forms.
PEAK maintained and operated the event center in a positive manner, per the Operator Agreement. The number of shows and events and the type of programming did not meet expectations compared to the original plans suggested in 2005-06. The region already had several high-performing smaller venues available in city hubs like Denver and Boulder; it was difficult for the event center to contend for shows. PEAK replaced the initial operator (Broomfield Sports and Entertainment, LLC), but was unable to fully program the event center to meet a 150-200 event level, which would have resulted in a successful, sustaining facility.
The City and County of Broomfield will explore alternative development concepts for the property.
The business case for both the City and County of Broomfield and an operator does not exist due to lack of demand, competition from other venues, and costs of operating the venue.
The City and County of Broomfield will continue to explore alternative development concepts for the property with the assistance of a third-party consultant.
All efforts will be taken to reduce dust, vibration, noise, and traffic impacts as a result of the demolition and any future redevelopment.
The specific cost of the demolition of the 1STBANK Center has not been determined. It will be completed through a public bid approach. The bids may also be different based on whether it would include sale of scrap items (seats, etc.) and the scrap value of those materials (metals, etc.).
The two parcels, owned by BURA (10 acres) and CCOB (12 acres), are expected to result in negotiated price sale. It is reasonable to expect the sale proceeds will be net positive of the amount of the bond balloon payment and the demolition costs.
Over the last five years, the City and County of Broomfield has investigated additional uses for the facility, including hosting collegiate and minor league sports, converting it into a convention or exhibition center, or using it as a retail or restaurant hall with indoor play space. None of the financial models associated with those options has proven viable.
The city will recycle assets including scrap metal, concrete, asphalt, mechanical and electrical equipment. In addition to these materials, it is anticipated that furniture, fixtures, memorabilia, arena seats, IT equipment, signage, and scoreboards will be monetized. One of the values expressed by Broomfield’s City Council and the community is to recover and reuse construction and other materials - as opposed to increasing the waste flow.
Tuesday, March 5, 2024
You may return your voted ballot by mail or you may hand deliver your ballot to a Voter Service and Polling Center or designated drop-off location. Ballots must be RECEIVED at a Voter Service and Polling Center or a designated drop-off location by 7 p.m. on Election Day in order for your vote(s) to be counted. Ballots received after 7 p.m. on Election Day will not be counted. Postmarks do not count as a received date.
Ballots will be mailed the week of October 16, 2023, to all eligible voters to the address on their voter registration file. Ballots are not forwarded by the United States Postal Service. You may verify your voter information at the Secretary of State's website at www.GoVoteColorado.gov.
All voters now receive mail ballots. If you want to vote in person you may do so by visiting a Voter Service and Polling Location.
If you do not receive a mail ballot by Monday, February 19, 2024 please call the Elections Division at 303.464.5857. You will need to request your replacement by Monday, February 26, 2024 to have one mailed to you. After this date, to update your voter registration and request a ballot, please go to any Voter Service and Polling Center location.
If you are voting for the first time in Colorado and did not provide ID when you registered to vote, you must provide a photocopy of your ID in the Official Return Envelope so that your ballot can be counted. The words "ID REQUIRED" will appear on your Official Return Envelope. Please see the Voter Instructions that arrived with your ballot for details and acceptable forms of ID. If your ID shows an address, the address must be in the State of Colorado.
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Final results in ranked choice elections will not be known until all absentee and military ballots are counted, which can take a week or longer after Election Day.
No. Your vote only counts for the highest active candidate on your ballot. Your vote will only count for your 2nd choice if your 1st choice is eliminated, and so on.
Ranked choice voting is a voting method that allows voters to rank election contest candidates in order of preference when there are three or more candidates.
No. If you rank your preferred candidate more than once then only your first ranking will count. There is no strategic benefit to giving the same candidate multiple rankings. It does not help them, and it takes away your chance to have a say about whom you would choose next out of the remaining candidates. This is another way to “exhaust” your ballot
Yes! You can still vote for just your 1st- choice candidate. However, ranking other candidates does not harm your 1st choice. If your 1st and only choice is eliminated, your vote will have no influence on the outcome of the election. This is often referred to as an “exhausted ballot”.
Yes. To vote for a candidate whose name is not on the ballot, write their name on the “Write-in” line and fill in an oval to rank your write-in choice.
Those interested in becoming a qualified write-in candidate may complete a write-in candidate affidavit.
Plurality is a method of voting where the number of votes is limited to the number of offices to be filled. The candidate who receives the highest number of votes is elected.
The candidate will be credited with the highest ranking. All other rankings for that candidate must be ignored.
Follow the directions on your ballot above the ranked choice voting contest(s). You rank your candidate choices by 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc. place by filling the oval in the appropriate column for the candidate. Do not give multiple candidates the same ranking.
During the first round of tabulation, the voting system tabulates the first-choice ranks on each ballot. If no candidate receives over 50 percent of the first-choice ranks on each ballot, the voting system must continue to the next round of tabulation.
During the next round of tabulation, the voting system must ensure that the candidate with the fewest first-choice ranks in the first round is eliminated and the eliminated candidate’s votes are transferred to each ballot’s next-ranked continuing candidate.
If no candidate receives over 50 percent of the votes cast after the second round the voting system must repeat additional rounds of tabulation until there is a winning candidate.
Broomfield will share unofficial election results after polls close on Election Day. After all absentee ballots have been received, we will hold Canvass and release certified results. You can find election results at www.votebroomfield.com
Yes. You may choose to rank only one candidate.
You do not have to rank every candidate. However, a skipped ranking and any lower ranking must be ignored.
There must be at least three candidates to use ranked voting. If there are only two candidates the winner will be determined by plurality.
Preliminary results will be available on Election Night at VoteBroomfield.com.
Driver's licenses are issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue. The nearest office is located in Northglenn at 11900 North Washington Street and the phone number is 720.929.8636.
Visit VoteBroomfield.org for more information. Or register directly via Colorado's New Voter Registration page.
You can submit a concern online, by sending an email, calling, or writing to the City and County of Broomfield. Contact Us
Or, see a general list of Frequently Asked Questions below, and our complete FAQs page.
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.
In order to qualify for CCCAP, you must meet basic income eligibility requirements and you must be participating in a qualifying activity. A qualifying activity includes working, going to school, GED, Post Secondary-up to your Bachelor's degree or looking for employment (up to 13 weeks). Income eligibility is based on gross income including unearned income such as child support. All Broomfield CCCAP single heads of household applicants are required to apply for child support, if applicable.
To qualify for CCCAP in Broomfield, your family income must fall within 265% of the federal poverty level. Contact the CCCAP technician at 720.887.2275 to learn more about the eligibility requirements. The technician will conduct a brief telephone interview to determine income eligibility and schedule an appointment for a full intake interview.
Yes. You must file for child support for all children in your home that are needing assistance.
Only students who are minors or students within 6 months of receiving their GED, or Post-Secondary students earning a Bachelor's Degree or less currently qualify for the Colorado Child Care Assistance program.
Child Care Assistance reimburses the child care costs for licensed and Qualified Exempt child care providers.
Each case is reviewed for re-determination annually.
You may pick up an application at: Broomfield Department of Human Services at 100 Spader Way Broomfield, CO 80020 or apply online at Colorado PEAK.
Once the application and all required verifications are submitted the case manager will contact you to schedule a phone interview to determine your potential eligibility for the program. You can contact the child care case manager at 720.887.2275 with any questions.
The Colorado Department of Human Services provides helpful guidance for parents related to this topic on their website.
The answer to this question depends upon the situation and the maturity of the child. Colorado in general has accepted the age of 12 as a guideline for when it may be appropriate for a child to be left at home alone for short periods of time.
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.
Colorado SNAP households have been getting an extra amount of benefits every month since March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. These extra benefits are called “emergency allotments or max allotments” and most households have been getting this on top of their regular SNAP benefits. These emergency allotments were authorized by Congress, but they are temporary, and will be ending in March 2023.
SNAP Emergency or Max Allotment is ending with the benefit month of February 2023 due to recent congressional action to end those allotments. Colorado was approved to issue additional SNAP benefits due to the State and Federal emergency declarations that were in place during the pandemic. There is nothing the state or counties can do to extend the emergency allotment benefits once they have ended.
A final emergency allotment will be issued in February 2023. You will see a reduction in your monthly SNAP benefits beginning March 2023. This may have a significant impact on families.
Yes, you will continue to receive your regular SNAP benefits as long as you remain eligible for this program. Your benefit amounts are based on a number of factors, including household size, income, and your specific circumstances.
February 2023 will be the last month households will receive max allotment/emergency allotments. Beginning in March 2023, SNAP households will see a reduction in monthly SNAP benefits.
Colorado Department of Human Services and county offices cannot continue the additional benefits once maximum allotments have ended in March 2023, even if you appeal the action to end the additional benefits. You are able to appeal if you believe the base benefit calculation is incorrect.
You should receive a notice any time your benefit changes to inform you of your current benefit level. You can access your notices via the Colorado PEAK website and the MyCOBenefits app.
This change may have a significant impact on many SNAP families.
SNAP participants can call 1-800-816-4451 for questions about their benefits, or for more information, visit the Colorado Department of Human Services website.
Historic resources are buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts that are significant in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture. In addition, resources provide character, continuity, and a sense of uniqueness to the community.
For purposes of designating a local historic landmark, historic properties are defined by the Municipal Code as being at least 50 years old with architectural, social, geographic, or environmental importance. In addition, the historic property will fit at least one of the following criteria:
• Exemplify specific elements of an architectural style or period;
• Illustrate the work of an architect or builder recognized for expertise;
• Demonstrate superior craftsmanship or high artistic value;
• Represent an innovation in construction materials or design;
• Represent a style particularly associated with the Broomfield area;
• Represent a built environment of a group of people in an era of history;
• Illustrate a significant historic remodel and identify the site of an historic event;
• Exemplify cultural, political, economic or social heritage of the community;
• Represent an association with a notable person, or the work of a notable person;
• Represent a typical example or association with a particular ethnic group;
• Represent a unique example of an event in Broomfield’s history;
• Enhance a sense of identity of the community; or
• Consist of an established and familiar natural setting or visual feature of the community.
Broomfield is a Certified Local Government (CLG). CLG status allows for a partnership of local interests with State and National services and programs.
Surveying is a systematic method of documenting historic resources through fieldwork and research. Each resource is documented with photographs, maps, and a written description on an inventory form.
A survey does not require approval by the property owner, although support and involvement by property owners is encouraged and helps to ensure all available information is documented.
Surveys help ensure consistent identification, documentation, and evaluation of important cultural and historic resources. Undertaking a survey to identify historic resources acknowledges that these resources have value to the community and future generations.
A survey is fundamental to historic preservation because it results in the identification of historic resources, helps determine which of those resources should be preserved, and can be essential in shaping local ordinances, guidelines, or master plans to protect these resources.
In general, surveys usually begin at the reconnaissance level. After additional research and identification of property types, a smaller number of properties are selected for time-and-research-heavy intensive surveys.
Inclusion within a survey can greatly benefit owners of a wide range of potentially historic properties. For example, buildings with high levels of architectural significance, or association with important events or people, can be documented as eligible for listing as a local historic landmark, or in the Colorado or National Registries.
Properties determined as eligible may choose to apply for a local, State, or National designation.
Designated properties may qualify and apply for State or Federal tax credits for rehabilitation, restoration, or reconstruction work that meets the Secretary of the Interior's Standards.
No. There is no fee for inclusion within a designated survey. Survey work is funded through grants and the City's General Fund.
No. A survey is a method to document the community’s historical resources. No restrictions or requirements are imposed on property owners. A survey is a public document.
A landmark is a place, structure, feature, or object that has been designated by the City Council as historically or architecturally significant by itself or because it is associated with events, persons, or trends significant in the history of the City. Landmark designation recognizes individual properties, protecting them so their unique qualities and characteristics are maintained and preserved.
A property owner, any board or commission in Broomfield, or the City Council may nominate a property, area, building, or structure for historic landmark designation. Property owner permission is required as part of the application. Any nomination excluding the property owner’s permission will be rejected by the City.
The application is reviewed by staff, finalized and presented to the Historic Landmark Board at a public hearing for recommendation to City Council. City Council holds a public hearing and takes final action on a landmark designation application.
Local historic landmarks must be maintained adequately and historic features preserved. Modifications, alterations, and the removal or demolition of a landmarked resource requires approval by the Historic Landmark Board through a Certificate of Appropriateness.
Please contact the Broomfield Historic Landmark Board and staff liaison.
No. Landmark designation means that changes must be publicly reviewed to ensure that the landmark's special qualities are not lost through inappropriate alterations.
If you want to demolish your home or significantly alter the exterior characteristics of your home or build a new structure your plans would go through a review called a “Certificate of Appropriateness” (COA) by the Historic Landmark Board. Normal maintenance and repair are exempt from COA review. The Board works closely with owners both before and after designation to develop design solutions that respect the landmark's significance while acknowledging its ongoing use.
The City's COA review criteria are specified in the City's preservation ordinance and the city considers the guidelines of the National Register in their COA review.
A historic district possesses a significant concentration, linkage, or continuity of sites, buildings, structures, or objects united historically or aesthetically by plan or physical development.
District designation contributes to retaining neighborhood character by discouraging demolition of historic buildings and encouraging their reuse and sensitive renovation with tax incentives and zoning code flexibility. It also helps ensure that new construction is compatible with the existing neighborhood.
Neighborhood character or feel is an important factor attracting people to neighborhoods. Local designation provides a "tool" to help retain neighborhood character, keeping the neighborhood special and a desirable place to live. Studies have shown that people are more willing to invest in locally designated neighborhoods because of the greater degree of certainty that designated neighborhoods will retain their special character.
Numerous studies have shown a variety of benefits for locally designated historic districts including property values in locally designated neighborhoods increasing more or holding their property value better than in comparable non-designated neighborhoods.
You will not be told what color you can paint your house or what can be done inside your house. You can change the windows in your home although if you have historic wood frame windows often times the most economical choice is to restore rather than to replace those windows.
If you want to demolish your home or significantly alter the exterior characteristics of your home or build a new structure your plans would go through a review called a “Certificate of Appropriateness” (COA) by the Historic Landmark Board. Normal maintenance and repair are exempt from COA review. The goal of the COA review is to maintain neighborhood character by discouraging and/or preventing the sort of changes that over time can erode what makes a neighborhood special.
Yes. All buildings within a district are subject to Certificate of Appropriateness review but not to the same extent. At the time of approval, the structures within a local district will be identified as either contributing (historic) or non-contributing (non-historic). Generally, a building must be at least 50 years old and retain its historic features and feel to be considered as a contributing resource. The review of proposed significant exterior changes or demolition of a non-contributing structure will be focused on the potential impact to the neighborhood rather than on the individual building.
Yes. Inclusion in a historic district requires approval by all affected property owners. Public participation is an important part of any City process.
As population grows and development pressure increases, local citizens actually have less influence on how their communities evolve – unless there is some sort of local design review in place that oversees development. Creating a historic district is a way of singling out the special places within Broomfield. It helps ensure the unique attributes that define those will remain for future generations and preventing their gradual erosion.
Historic districts encourage reinvestment. When you are part of a historic district, you have some certainty that any new construction or renovation activity will be respectful of the existing character of the community and its architecture. Historic district regulations are quality assurance standards, so that if you invest in your building, you are assured that your investment won’t be negated by a thoughtless renovation next door. Local historic districts encourage better design. There is generally a greater sense of cohesion, more innovative use of materials, and greater public appeal within historic districts than in areas without historic designations.
Once the position has closed and all applications have been reviewed by HR and the hiring manager you will be notified by email of your status. If you have further questions about your application status you can send us an email or call 303-438-6320.
Yes, there is a choice between UMR and Kaiser Permanente.
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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When emergencies happen, be the first to know. Through LookoutAlert, emergency responders are able to send official, real-time alerts to the public with information about potentially life-saving actions they may need to take to keep themselves and their families safe.
As part of LookoutAlert, you can also sign up for Smart911, which allows you to create a safety profile for yourself and your household which is provided directly to 9-1-1 when you call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency, allowing them to send the right responders to the right location with the right information. By signing up for LookoutAlert, you are taking a large step toward improving your personal safety.
When an emergency occurs that meets the criteria for sending out an alert to the public, emergency dispatchers will gather the necessary information and send out an alert to the affected area. Alerts can be sent out region-wide to everyone who has opted-in to the system, or to a specific area or neighborhood for more localized events.
This service is provided at no cost to the public; however, message and data rates may apply depending on your provider and phone services.
During the sign-up process you have the option to choose how you want to be notified and what types of alerts to receive. For any notification you choose to receive, you can specify whether you want text message, email, voice delivery – or any combination of these.
To avoid being charged frequent pay-per-text or pay-per-call fees by your phone service provider, you can select only the types of messages you prefer – for example, selecting email only as the delivery type – or opt-in for ‘emergency alerts’ (which are infrequent in typical usage).
Broomfield is always looking for new ways to improve the safety of our residents. With LookoutAlert in place, first responders have the ability to send a mass notification to landlines, cell phones and email addresses for residents who have opted-in with important information that could save lives.
LookoutAlert helps fill another safety gap within the Broomfield dispatch center. During large-scale emergencies, the 911 center can be quickly overwhelmed with a high volume of 911 calls received from the public. A majority of the 911 calls received during emergencies are not about life-threatening situations, but rather contain requests for information about what is going on during a crisis or emergency. By sending alerts directly to the public on their preferred devices, we will keep the public informed and at the same time reduce the number of 911 calls from residents not in immediate need of emergency services. Easily available and authoritative public information will improve the 911 center’s ability to keep phone lines open to respond to critical emergencies.
While LookoutAlert is an excellent system, we cannot guarantee that you will receive notification in all cases. Disasters and emergencies are chaotic and unpredictable, and notification is dependent on external providers such as your wireless carrier or email delivery service outside of our control. LookoutAlert will use several means of communications to try to ensure that should any one communications method, technology, or delivery option be unavailable to reach residents, other methods will be used to improve the likelihood that residents will see the message.
Signing up for LookoutAlert is easy. Sign up and register for LookoutAlert and enter your contact information.
LookoutAlert integrates with Smart911 platform, a 9-1-1 service available throughout our region, for which Rave Mobile Safety is the vendor for both products. This means that you can manage your information and preferences for both services through one account, accessible at either www.smart911.com or the LookoutAlert sign-up page.
LookoutAlert is available to anyone who lives, works, travels through, or visits the City and County of Broomfield, Jefferson County, and the City of Westminster, Colorado. The address that you register can be your home location, work location or any other location you care about. For those who visit our area, but do not live or work here, pick the address of the location(s) you visit often.
While LookoutAlert integrates with the existing Smart911 service in our region, they are two services that each serve a unique purpose. Smart911 allows you to create a safety profile for yourself and your household which is provided directly to 9-1-1 when you call 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency, allowing them to send the right responders to the right location with the right information. This information could include medical history, allergies and medications, number of residents in a home and even a picture of the family dog can all be added to your safety profile.
LookoutAlert will ensure you receive emergency alerts from emergency responders through text, email or phone call. Rave Mobile Safety is the vendor for both LookoutAlert and Smart911.
Login to your account at www.smart911.com and click on the Alerts tab at the top of the page.
You can sign up for both LookoutAlert and Smart911 by visiting either www.smart911.com or the LookoutAlert sign-up page and creating an account. Be sure to add as much information as you want dispatchers to have in the event of an emergency to your profile. Click on the Alerts tab at the top of the page to ensure you opt-in to receive alerts from LookoutAlert.
Residents in the coverage area who have a landline phone may receive alerts. However, there are strict rules governing when the JCECA can use this contact information to send out an alert. Only extremely critical alerts containing potentially life-saving information will be sent. In order to ensure that you are able to get all emergency alerts we recommend that you sign-up for LookoutAlert online. If you do not sign-up and register your contact information, you will not receive alerts on your preferred devices, and may miss out on receiving important safety information. Emergency communications may utilize other tools to notify the public but registering for LookoutAlert is the best way to get emergency notifications for your area.
Emergency alerts are sent 24/7 when there is an immediate threat to life and/or property. In addition to emergency alerts, you can also choose to receive customizable community notifications. These may include notifications about:
All text messages sent from LookoutAlert are sent using five or six-digit numbers called “shortcodes.” When you receive a text via a short code, you’ll receive a message from any of followingshort code numbers: 226787, 67283, 78015, 81437, or 77295.
We strongly encourage you to save these numbers in your phone’s address book. Simplycreate a contact called “LookoutAlert” and add the numbers above in the standardphone number field. This way, when you receive an alert message, these will be morerecognizable as an official communication from the City and County of Broomfield.
You are not able to reply to texts or emails sent by LookoutAlert. Voice messages provide a dial-back number to replay an alert message and will direct you to a website address for additional information about the event.
Once you have signed up online at the LookoutAlert sign-up page and confirmed your contactinformation within the system, you will begin receiving alerts.
Follow the below steps to change your LookoutAlert preferences (for example, to reduce the number of messages of a certain type, or to change the contacts used for each kind of message):
The frequency for which you receive alerts depends on the addresses you provide and the types of alerts you select to receive as well as the frequency of actual emergencies. Emergency alerts will only be sent when there is an immediate threat to life and/or property.
This system is not intended to bombard you with information. LookoutAlert will only send you alerts about the information you select to receive. To change your alert settings, login to the LookoutAlert registration page.
If a call completes and is sent to your answering machine or voice mail system, a message is left. If a phone call is not answered or busy, the system redials your number several times.
LookoutAlert messages are more likely to be delivered to your devices than messages sent from local phone numbers during emergencies when telecommunication is down; however, receipt of LookoutAlert messages is not guaranteed. The vendor for LookoutAlert, Rave Mobile Safety, supports mass systems, including systems hosted outside of the state of Colorado, to improve reliability and redundancy while lessening reliance on local infrastructure that might be distressed during notifications via geographically redundant an event. Receipt of LookoutAlert messages may depend on your phone carrier and their cell phone tower operations, network connectivity, or other factors.
LookoutAlert will leave a voice message, if applicable.
If your residence is outside of the City and County of Broomfield, Jefferson County, and the City of Westminster, Colorado, you should sign up for the alert system that covers your area. You can also sign up for NOAA All Hazard Radios (NOAA Weather Radio), EAS Emergency Alert System (EAS) – Colorado Broadcasters Association, and WEA (Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) | Federal Communications Commission (fcc.gov))
No, your information is private and will not be used or distributed in any manner. The information that you provide is exempt from public disclosure and will be used for emergency purposes only.
Personal information provided to LookoutAlert is private and only used to notify you for official Broomfield communications and emergency notifications. Your information is not used for marketing purposes and will not be sold to telemarketers or data-mining organizations. A variety of “opt-in” mechanisms are available to ensure that only the messages you want to receive are getting delivered via the devices and communications modes that you choose.
LookoutAlert utilizes the highest standards in physical and computer security technologies and conducts regular audits to ensure all information is kept secure. Privacy policies are also outlined in the Terms and Conditions you review when you sign up to receive LookoutAlert notifications.
Go to the LookoutAlert registration page and log in to edit your contact preferences.
Vehicles may be registered at the George Di Ciero City and County Building, 1 DesCombes Drive, Broomfield CO 80020. Our office is located in the west wing.
We do not accept registration renewal payments to be made over the phone at this time.
You CAN renew online at mydmv.colorado.gov
No, please contact the county where you now reside.
Broomfield Motor Vehicle accepts cash and checks with no additional fees. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted. Additional portal fee of .75 cents per transaction plus 2.25% will be charged on both Credit/Debit cards.
Yes, your insurance provider may fax proof of insurance to our office. Our fax number is 303.464.5862.
We will also accept a Digital Proof of Insurance shown on your phone, tablet or laptop.
Colorado plates remain with the customer, not the vehicle. If a vehicle is sold or traded, license plates should be removed and a pro-rated amount of the fees, based on the time remaining be credited toward your new vehicle registration or the renewal of another vehicle registered in the same name, provided the registration is not expired at the time the credit is applied for. Plates, proof of sale and registration should be brought into the office.
The property owner is required to provide the notice and will be the one held responsible if a notice is not provided. Your Realtor may be able to assist you with providing the notice. You will need to discuss this requirement with your Realtor to see how they may be able to assist.
We recommend utilizing this map (linked). If your property is highlighted in yellow, then it is within 2000 feet of an oil and gas facility. If you cannot find your neighborhood or property on this map, you are welcome to send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org and staff can help determine if your property is within 2000 feet of an oil and gas facility.
The Broomfield Police Department provides extra duty police officers for special events as requested. Please contact Sgt. Todd Dahlbach at email@example.com for more information.
Yes. Dogs must wear a collar with a current Broomfield registration tag affixed.
All dogs must be on a leash when off of the owners’ property. The only exception to this are the Broomfield off-leash dog parks.
Broomfield Dog Parks include:
Commons Park13382 Sheridan Blvd
Shepsfield Park11251 Uptown Ave
Del Corse Park13850 Del Corso Way
The cost of process service depends on the type of document being served. A fee schedule is located outside the Records counter and on our web page. Mileage is charged at the one-time rate of $2.00 per person, per location. If you are uncertain of what it will cost you to have your documents served, please feel free to contact the Civil Unit directly at 303-438-6480.
All animal control issues are handled by the Broomfield Police Department's Animal Control Unit. View contact information.
Beekeeping is allowed in single family areas as of 9/10/2015. BMC 6-24-050 Special restrictions apply and a license must be obtained from the Planning Division of the Community Development Department for $25. Click here to go to the Planning Division form page to submit an application.
Up to five chickens are allowed in single family areas but must meet restrictions and a license is required. BMC 6-24-010 A license can be obtained from the Planning Division of the Community Development Department for $25. Click here to go to the Planning Division form page to submit an application.
Trailers on the street need to be attached to a towing vehicle. BMC 10-12-040
It is unlawful to dump anything on any public or private property. BMC 8-04-020
Please keep fences and vegetation from blocking sidewalks, streets, and the view of traffic or traffic signs. BMC 12-08-020
Any vehicle not displaying current license plates or not operable needs to be stored inside a garage or removed from the property. BMC 8-20-020
Vehicles need to be parked on an improved surface such as concrete, asphalt, or three inches of gravel kept free of vegetation. For allowed parking locations see Section 17-32-080(D) of the municipal code.
Properties must be properly maintained. If a home has a deteriorated roof and broken windows along with weeds or rubbish, a property nuisance violation may exist. BMC 8-17-020
If you must place a refrigerator outside while waiting for its removal, please remove or secure the doors to prevent children from being trapped. BMC 8-16-130
Keep your property free of discarded items or items not made to be placed outside. BMC 8-08-040(B)
A Short Term Rental is the rental of all or a portion of a principal residence for less than 30 days. The short term rental of a residence which is not the principal residence of the property owner is hereby prohibited and subject to the penalty for violation in accordance with BMC Chapter 5-39. A property owner must obtain a Short Term Rental License and a City and County Broomfield Sales Tax license with the Clerk's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Signs generally require a permit and cannot be located off-site. Check with the Planning Division on sign restrictions. BMC 17-44-060
Snow must be removed from public walks no later than noon of the day following the snowfall. BMC 12-04-020
A maximum of three unrelated persons can live in a home. No limit exists if everyone is related. BMC 17-04-202
Garage sales are permitted in Broomfield but are limited to no more than five weekend periods per calendar year. Signs advertising a garage sale must remain on private property (with the owners permission) and cannot be placed in city right-of-way or on city property. Signs cannot be attached to street signs, utility poles, etc. Click here for more information on garage sales.
Any vegetation, including woody shrubs, not part of a planned and maintained landscape may not exceed eight inches in height. BMC 8-08-040(A)
Uses must comply with the requirements of the zoning district in which they are located. BMC 17-02-030
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.
LookoutAlert is the official emergency notification system of the City and County of Broomfield, through a regional collaborative of Jefferson County and the City of Westminster. The City and County of Broomfield is moving the mass emergency notification system to the Smart911 platform, which provides enhanced capabilities. You can receive free alerts from the City and County of Broomfield via text message, email, and/or voice message at Broomfield.org/LookoutAlert.
These alerts may be based on location or subscription opt-in.
The Residents' Preparedness Guide is available for download.
LookoutAlert is the official emergency notification system of the City and County of Broomfield, through a regional collaborative of Jefferson County and the City of Westminster. The City and County of Broomfield is moving the mass emergency notification system to the Smart911 platform, which provides enhanced capabilities. You can receive free alerts from the City and County of Broomfield via text message, email, and/or voice message.
Find information on the service and how to sign up at Broomfield.org/LookoutAlert.
(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.
The City and County of Broomfield accepts applications only for posted positions. To apply for current openings, submit a completed application online at www.broomfield.org/jobs. Human Resources will review all applications and notify applicants of their status. If applicants meet the necessary requirements, the following testing is scheduled: 1. Physical Agility Test 2. Computer Voice Stress Analysis 3. Oral Board Interview 4. Thorough Background Investigation 5. Interview with the Chief of Police and/or Deputy Chief of Police 6. Psychological Exam, Medical Exam, and Drug Screen
Failure to pass any state of testing in the process would terminate an applicant from continuing further in the process.
Entry salary would be based upon full years of applicable law enforcement or corrections service. Contact Broomfield's Human Resources Department at 303.438.6320 or the Broomfield Training Division at 720.887.2086 for lateral officer salary information. The Chief of Police makes all final decisions as to the salary for laterals. If you have previous police officer-detention experience and have applied for a police officer-patrol position, your experience in detention would not justify an increase in salary. If you have previous police officer-patrol experience and have applied for a police officer-detention position, this would not justify an increase in salary.
If you notice behavioral changes or if you suspect that your child has been sexually victimized, contact your local law enforcement agency, Department of Social Services, or Child Advocacy Center immediately. Also, give your child permission to talk to you about things that may be bothering them and encourage them to attend child abuse prevention programs held through schools and community programs. 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.
Most SVP's are sentenced to lengthy prison terms, although some SVP's can be released into the community on probation directly upon sentencing or on parole following incarceration and sex offense specific mental health treatment at the Department of Corrections. This may also mean that the SVP may be granted a work release as a condition of parole or probation. In determining an SVP's risk to the community, the court or parole board considers the professional recommendation of the probation officer or Department of Corrections manager, and the assessment of sex offense-specific mental health evaluators or treatment providers. If the SVP is determined to be manageable in the community, a recommendation may be made that he / she be supervised by probation or parole. In all cases, the court or parole board must make the determination regarding the placement of an SVP. The court or parole board makes the final determination regarding the SVP's release into the community. As a State, we do not imprison all sex offenders - 65% are released into the community, including those who are supervised by the criminal justice system through probation or parole. In Colorado, many SVP's will be subject to our Lifetime Supervision Law, which makes it easier to contain an offender if they demonstrate increased risk. In cases of other sex offenders who are not determined to be SVP's, many are convicted sex offenses with determinate sentences, meaning they have a time limit on their sentence. These offenders may complete their required period of supervision or be released into the community without probation or parole supervision. Most are required to register as a sex offender with law enforcement.
Many sex offenders can be closely monitored for risk behavior while under supervision and treatment. Some can learn through treatment to manage their sexual offender behaviors and decrease their risk of re-offense. However, such behavior management should not be considered a "cure" and treatment cannot permanently eliminate the risk that sex offenders may repeat their offenses.
Read the educational and public safety materials available at the Community Notification Meeting, which offer prevention information regarding sex offenders for you and your family. Read the SVP Bulletin to learn more about this specific SVP and any behaviors you should report to law enforcement. Support and attend sexual assault prevention programs for yourself and your children.
In a manner that does not incite panic, instruct your children to avoid all contact with the SVP, even if the SVP's offense of conviction does not involve an offense against a child. Instruct them to avoid being near the SVP's residence or workplace. Review the public safety materials with your children and encourage your child to tell you about any contact with the SVP or any other person who makes them feel uncomfortable. It is important to teach your children about appropriate and inappropriate contact and to encourage regular discussion about their interactions with others.
"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.
There is not a landfill in Broomfield. The closest facility would be to the north, in Erie.
There are a few options for homeowners to dispose of leftover paint. Read on...
Please visit the Boulder County Hazardous Materials Management Facility (HMMF)
For battery disposal, please visit the Boulder County Batteries website.
Please visit the Household Hazardous Waste Disposal site for additional information on electronic waste.
Report any irrigation problems on city-owned property to 303.460.6960 or if after hours, contact Broomfield Police Department at 303.438.6400.
The Tree Branch Recycle Program Drop site is at the Broomfield Recycle Center, 2990 W. 124th Avenue. This is for Broomfield residents only and an ID is required. There is no charge for drop-off.
Yes, the mulch is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the new Tree Branch Recycling Center, 2990 W. 124th Ave. on the east side of the entrance.. Bring your shovel and take as much as you need—there is no limit!
Residential streets will only be plowed when snow accumulations are 4” or more to allow access for emergency vehicles. Plowing from curb to curb is not practical because it would require more time and moving of many parked vehicles.
When plowing the street, piles of snow called “windrows” are often created that can block driveways. When you consider the large number of driveways in the city, it’s just too costly and time consuming to use additional people and equipment to perform this service. Our primary goal is to keep open more than 187 lane miles of designated snow routes.
Snowplow drivers will make every effort to avoid plowing snow onto sidewalks; however, there may be times that this cannot be avoided and sidewalks may become blocked. The Streets Department will make every effort to clear sidewalks that have been covered by City plows at no cost to the property owner.
Sidewalks that are owned by the City will be cleared by the Recreations Services, Park Maintenance. They can be reached at 303-460-6960 or email@example.com.
Residents are required to clear their sidewalks within 24 hours after the storm subsides per BMC 12-04-030. If you are concerned about sidewalks that have not been cleared, you can submit a concern by using the Broomfield Code Compliance online form or call the Police Department non-emergency line at 303-438-6400.
Broomfield residents can sign up for Snow PALS using the link provided.
Solicitations received by Broomfield residents to enroll in utility protection programs for water and sewer lines on their property are not endorsed, nor are the companies contracted by the City and County of Broomfield to offer water or sewer service line protection programs on the City's behalf. To help educate the residents in our community, we provide the following information about who is responsible for the water and sewer service lines:
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...
Sometimes customers notice that their tap water has a brownish, yellow, or rusty color. The off-color is often first noticed against a white container, such as a sink, bathtub, or toilet, and usually appears suddenly. In most areas of Broomfield, brown water episodes are localized and temporary, generally caused by some nearby activity.
Stories and articles concerning fluoridation of drinking water frequently appear in newspapers, health newsletters, television programs and online content. More often than not, the reports oppose fluoridation, citing various studies and questioning its value. The questions Broomfield staff receive are typically to verify that our water is fluoridated, and at the appropriate concentration, or to voice concerns about possible safety and health risks.
Due to the high quality of both sources of Broomfield’s drinking water, very little lead is present as it leaves the Water Treatment Plants. However, as the water travels through the distribution system, it may pick up lead from plumbing materials such as pipes, fixtures, and joints. If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. If you are concerned about elevated levels of lead in your home’s water, you may wish to have your water tested.
Midway Blvd will be closed from Kohl to Laurel street. Parking is available along the neighborhoods or the business district (Garden Center), just west of Midway park. Accessible parking has been designated in the Eastern side of the Garden Center parking lot. Two ADA golf carts (one with a wheel chair lift) are available to give rides to guests who need assistance accessing the festival area. Cart hours are 7:30am to 6pm and guests can find the carts near the East entrance to the Garden Center parking lot.
There are two ATM's at Broomfield Days, one on each side of the park near the beer gardens.
Leashed, well behaved dogs are welcome at Broomfield Days.
There is one baby changing station located near the Girl Scout Shelter on the North side of Midway Park..
Leave your car at home and ride your bike! The Boy Scouts host a Bike Corral that keeps your bike safe while you enjoy the festival.
Applications are available beginning on April 1 each year. Please visit the Vendor Information page to apply. The Broomfield Chamber of Commerce organizes the Trade Fair and their applications are not available until a later date. Please contact the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce at 303.466.1775 for more information. Broomfield Chamber of Commerce website
Arts & Crafts Vendor: Home or hand made items. Crafts that you created personally.
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
Please contact Matt Gulley at 303-460-6912 or firstname.lastname@example.org to determine your Health Permit needs.
Arts & Crafts, Purchase for Resale, Entertainment: Kay Gazaway (email@example.com) 303.460.6925
Broomfield Chamber Trade Fair: Tammy Whitaker (firstname.lastname@example.org) 303.466.1775)
Car Show: Tom Farenbrach (email@example.com) 303.667.2808
Food, games, non-profit vendors: Matt Gulley (firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.460.6912)
Parade: Kim Evelsizer (email@example.com)
Zero Waste Information/Volunteering: Matt Gulley (firstname.lastname@example.org) 303.460.6912
Bow Wow Broomfield: Janice Strayve (email@example.com) 303.460.6932
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.
Register on-line at B-REx.com. For additional assistance, please contact us at 303.460.6900.
Stop in or fill out a refund form and send it in. (Please note: A minimum $10 fee is assessed on all program refund requests. Additional fees may apply. For complete information, please contact the program coordinator. )
To cancel online you must access your account on B-Rex.com: Login - My Account - Cancel An Item, then choose the membership you would like to cancel. This method will discontinue your pass IMMEDIATELY! If you would like to cancel your pass as of the next billing date (15th of the month) please visit the Front Desk.Please note: There are no refunds for partial months and there are no cancellation or processing fees. All Punch Pass refund requests will be pro-rated as of the number of punches remaining and assessed a $10 cancellation fee.
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.
No, you do not need to apply for sales tax license, but you must collect City & County of Broomfield sales tax. Please mail your sales tax remittance along with a letter stating your one-time sales status, the time period, gross sales, and sales tax amount due to our mailing address.
Broomfield Municipal Code (Section 3-04-080) requires a SALES TAX LICENSE. The license is issued at no charge. If you have a temporary cart at the FlatIron Crossing Mall, a $200 cart deposit is required at the time of application. Your license application will be reviewed by other Broomfield departments before the license is issued. Therefore, allow 10 days to two weeks processing time PRIOR to opening your new business. Download the application from www.broomfield.org/salestax and fax to: 303-410-3802. Broomfield does not require a separate “Business License”, however, Liquor Licenses, Tobacco Licenses, and Solicitor'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.
he FlatIron District elected to impose an improvement tax. This 0.01% tax is collected only on sales made in the FlatIron Improvement District. The Arista District elected to impose an "improvement" tax to finance the infrastructure and streets. An additional 0.20% tax is collected only on sales made in the Arista Local Improvement District. Both of these special district taxes are remitted on the Broomfield Sales Tax Return. Broomfield forwards the tax to the appropriate special district.See the FlatIron Improvement District and the Arista Local Improvement District maps at the following website address: www.broomfield.org/maps
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.
You will need to apply for State and Local Tobacco Retail Licenses, in addition to your Broomfield’s Sales Tax License and State of Colorado Sale Tax License
Here is the link with information regarding how to apply for a Tobacco Retail License.
Property taxes are due on January 1st of each year but you have until the following deadlines to pay without interest:
First Half due by February 28th
Second Half due by June 15th
In Full due by April 30th
Property tax notices are mailed as soon as possible after the first of each year. If you do not receive your notice by the end of January, please contact the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390.
If your property lies within the boundaries of the City and County of Broomfield, you will pay your property taxes to the City and County of Broomfield at the Citizen Assistance Center located at:
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
If you are not sure if your property is in Broomfield, please call the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390, or check our
You owe tax on your property whether or not you receive your tax notice. If you are not sure if you owe tax, please check with the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390. You may also view your property tax notice online, anytime, using our tax payment search tab.
State law requires that the tax notice be mailed to the address on record for the property owner. Most mortgage companies get their tax information from a private tax service or directly from the county. If you feel your mortgage company needs a copy of the tax notice, you may mail them a copy with your next payment.
In order to conserve tax dollars, Broomfield will not be sending second half notices. You should be sure to mark the June 15th deadline on your calendar.
Property taxes on real estate paid after the due dates accrue interest at the rate of 12% per annum until the date of the tax lien auction. Delinquencies are normally advertised during the month of October and the tax lien sale is held in early November. It is beneficial to pay the tax by the end of September in order to avoid charges which result from the advertising of delinquent tax accounts and before the tax lien sale as described above. If the tax cannot be paid, there is a three year redemption period during which time you can pay the delinquency plus accrued interest and fees. Keep in mind that the next year's taxes will be due the first of the year. The onus is on the taxpayer to take every effort to keep from becoming delinquent on the payment of their property taxes, as a result of continued delinquency could ultimately be the loss of ownership of the property. If you have more questions, please contact the Citizen Assistance Center at 303.438.6390.
Property taxes are calculated by multiplying the assessed value of the property by the mill levy for the taxing area. The assessed value is a percentage of the actual value of your property. (For more information concerning valuation for taxation, refer to the Assessor's page.) The mill levy for the taxing area is the combination of the separate mill levies for each taxing authority within whose established boundaries your property lies.
Mill Levy Total.......... x 0.099512 (usually expressed as 99.512)
Total Property Tax...... $3,139.60
The mill levy is the tax rate used to calculate the tax bills of individual properties within a tax area or district. Each taxing authority determines how much revenue they require from property taxes and divides that by the total assessed value of the properties within their established boundaries, as supplied by the assessor. The resulting tax rate is multiplied by 1,000 to come up with the mill levy.
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
Taxing authorities, including schools and fire protection districts, levy property taxes in an amount necessary to meet their budgetary needs for the following year. If you want to have a voice in the amount of taxes you will be asked to pay, you may want to attend public budget hearings and get involved in the process.
Property taxes are not paid for services rendered in a prior year. While property taxes are indeed paid on a prior year's valuation, the purpose of property taxes is to fund the following year's operations. Thus, property taxes for the tax year 2019 are to fund the budgets of the cities, counties, school districts, etc. for the year 2020.
Position requires a minimum of 10 weeks between May 23-Aug. 7. Must attend required orientation and training on May 24, 2023 from 2–4 p.m. Are you a student or know a student who is interested in the history of Broomfield and/or thinking about a career at a museum? This is the perfect opportunity for you! Apply to be one of the few selected for this History Collections Apprenticeship that gives experience usually only found after receiving your college degree! Read more about the position in the position description including how to apply.
Do you enjoy interacting with the public and showing other people your passion for history? Then apply to be a Broomfield Depot Museum Volunteer Tour Guide! You can gain invaluable experience in public speaking, communication, history and so much more! Read more from the position description and apply by clicking the Arts & History button below!
Greeting and assisting people while listening to live music is what being a Summer Concert Series Volunteer is all about! You will help people with wayfinding and help staff with setup and teardown for each event, then you get to relax and enjoy the festivities. Read more in the position description. Click the Arts & History button below and select the ‘Summer Concert Greeter and Support’ option on the date you wish to volunteer!
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.
Upon successful completion, you will receive a confirmation number for your records.
You’re all set!
You can now perform a number of functions using the menu options along the left of the Customer Portal screen. Customer Portal
Broomfield has two main sources of high-quality drinking water: treated water purchased from Denver Water (approx. 40%), and raw water supplied to the Water Treatment Plant (approx. 60%) via the Colorado-Big Thompson (CBT) system and Windy Gap Project, under the management of the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. Typically, the Broomfield and Denver water sources are blended together, but sometimes the entire community may be served by either water source.
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The Workforce Center is a free resource for job seekers and employers. After completing a simple registration, you will have access to our statewide database of job postings, our resource room which contains computers with high-speed internet, copy and fax machine, and a variety of job related resources such as workshops, career fairs, and career specialists.
We can help you find a job. All of our services are self-directed; you make use of what makes sense for you. We have specialists who can help you find job openings, critique your resume, explore the local labor market or even help with short-term training. We are not a temporary agency that can offer you a job.
There is no unemployment office. You can file online.
Registering with the Workforce Center can be done either in-person at our office or on the computer. Registration includes providing your basic contact information, the type of job(s) that you are interested in and the skill sets that you have. Once registered in our system, you will be able to obtain access to any Workforce Center in Colorado. View a complete listing of Colorado Workforce Centers.
Through our Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) we can possibly help with short-term training costs. Please see our WIOA Training Page for more information.
Register online or stop by our office.
Unfortunately, we cannot help with Unemployment Insurance (UI) specific matters. All matters concerning Unemployment Insurance must be handled through the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment's Unemployment Insurance Division. You may reach them by phone at 303.318.9000, or view the status of your claim by going to My UI Claimant. However, our Workforce Center is equipped with a chat feature on many of our PCs which is connected to the Unemployment Insurance Division. This feature simplifies contact with UI in real-time.