March 17, 2020
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Public Health Update

City & County Closed Today for Non-essential Services Until Further Notice

  • Residents will not see an interruption in essential services, which include; emergency services, oil and gas inspections and other regulatory functions, utilities (water, electric, etc) and Capital Improvement Projects that are in progress.
  • Read full press release including declaration of local disaster emergency allowing the city and county to more readily take responsive action.
March 17 City Council Special Meeting & Executive Session 

Public Works Continuity of Services

  • Read Public Works Continuity of Service Update. Broomfield will not shut off water for delinquent bills through the closure, neither will Denver Water. Additionally, Xcel Energy will not disconnect any residential electric or natural gas service due to the challenges people face as the coronavirus spreads throughout the country. 
Financial Considerations

  • Broomfield is monitoring the economic impact of COVID-19 closely and assessing daily based on economic forecasting and extended or new closures. The staff is actively reviewing expenditures and revenues to address financial needs; postponing new hires except for critical positions; limiting discretionary spending, and reviewing Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) to potentially postpone projects until revenues recover. 
  • Read Mayor Pat Quinn's statement on foreseeable impacts to the business community and economy from COVID-19.
#WeAreBroomfield, #DoingMyPartCO

  • Broomfield Library will continue book delivery service twice a week to support our neighbors who are isolating at home and to help with social distancing efforts. All books are disinfected before delivering.
Coming Soon...

  • Look for details coming out today on how to participate in Broomfield's Community Telephone Town Hall to be held every Thursday, starting March 19 at 7 p.m. 
How To Help

  • Cash donations can be made to the Broomfield Community Foundation in care of "Disaster Relief Fund" at
  • Broomfield FISH is accepting food donations but prefers CASH donations so they can buy in bulk. Website has donation information.
  • A Precious Child is accepting household items, including cleaning supplies and hygiene items. Website has donation information.
  • Folks interested in volunteering should visit
Reliable, Updated Information
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