May 22, 2023
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Summer Concert Series is Back
Broomfield’s Creative Summer Season is right around the corner and will be kicking off with the Annual Summer Concert Series. Grab your lawn chairs and umbrellas, enjoy the summer sun and have an unforgettable evening filled with family fun and music at three different locations across Broomfield. With an even more stacked lineup, this year’s concert series will include a wider range of sounds for all musical tastes. Show up hungry as food trucks will be serving up delicious food at every concert. The first summer concert kicks off at the Broomfield Library Field on Wednesday, June 21 at 7 p.m.
Property Valuations - Myth vs. Fact
The 2023 Property Notice of Valuations were sent to Broomfield residents starting the week of May 1. With the statewide increases of those valuations this year, you may have additional questions. The Property Tax Information web page is your one-stop-shop for frequently asked questions, learning more about how valuations are set and to find relief programs for those that qualify.
Summer Library Adventures is Beginning Soon
Sign up for the Summer Library Adventures and track your reading and activities throughout June and July at Pre-register today and start logging your days and activities on June 1. Read 20 days or complete 20 activities (or any combination of both) to earn a prize! Receive a buy-one-get-one ticket to the Colorado Rapids just for registering! There are prizes for all ages who complete the program (while supplies last).
Know Your Air
Summer is almost here - it’s time to know and help Your Air! Colorado's Front Range, including Broomfield, often has poor air quality days in the summer caused by ground level ozone. Ozone at ground-level can cause a variety of health concerns, particularly for sensitive people. Many emissions are due to vehicle traffic and industry sources, but individual activities also contribute to the formation of ozone.
Broomfield’s annual BrewHaHa is back Saturday, June 17 from noon to 5 p.m. at Arista Park on Arista Place! This can’t-miss summer festival features:
  • Fresh local brews
  • Popular food trucks
  • Beloved lawn games
  • Fun and funky live bands 
  • Exciting range of modern merchants
  • Pre-event yoga class on the lawn (bring your own mat and water bottle) 
… and more!
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💼 Employment Opportunities: Join the City and County of Broomfield’s dedicated Public Works team! Apply today for Fleet, Streets and Utilities Maintenance positions and make a difference in your community!
👪 Collaborative Management Program: Learn more about the Collaborative Management Program (CMP), which is moving to Broomfield FISH. CMP brings together agencies and services designed to improve outcomes for at-risk, high systems-use children, youth and families in Broomfield County.
🏡 Lawn Replacement Program: Transform your thirsty lawn into a beautiful, low-water landscape! Check out the new Lawn Replacement Program managed by Resource Central for discounts when you remove a section of lawn. Learn more.

📚 Last Chance! One Book One Broomfield Committee: Have you enjoyed the Broomfield Library One Book One Broomfield events in the past and want to get more involved? The Library is looking to fill two vacant spots on their One Book One Broomfield team with applications closing May 31.
🌳 Broomfield 100: Enjoy the great outdoors, get exercise and learn about Broomfield’s extensive trail system by participating in the 2023 Broomfield 100. Share the wonders of the great outdoors with your loved ones and ‘check in’ on the Online Passport.
🏋️ Hand it In Event: No judgment, no hassle; just trade in your vape for a healthier habit! Teens: bring your vape or other tobacco device to the Paul Derda Recreation Center on June 5 from 5-7 p.m. and get a Summer Recreation Pass. Mark your calendars and check out resources to help you quit tobacco.
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Give feedback on City and County of Broomfield projects, including:

🚧 120th Ave. Multimodal Study: Broomfield and CDOT need your input on concept designs for three locations on US287/120th Ave. in Broomfield based on data and your input received in an earlier phase of the study. These concepts aim to improve multimodal safety and efficiency on US287/120th Ave. Take the Draft Alternative Design Survey by Sunday, June 11.

🧾 Charter Review: Learn more and provide your feedback about Broomfield’s Home Rule Charter at the Town Hall which will be held on Wednesday, May 24, from 6-8 p.m. in the Broomfield City Council Chambers. Can’t attend the Town Hall? Provide your feedback online.
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Out of 973 total votes tallied, Susan Spriggs has been voted the Grand Marshal of Broomfield Days Parade 2023. Sue Spriggs is the face of the Broomfield Workforce Center, and her impact is felt as soon as you walk through the doors. She is the first person you meet and she has a remarkable ability to make everyone feel welcome as well as heard. For many people who come through the door, it can be a challenging time as they are out of work and seeking support to find employment again. Sue has a way of encouraging them and building them up to be successful in what they do. She not only ensures their employment needs are met but also gets to know them on a personal level to make them feel valued and supported.
Volunteers Planting
Thank you so much to Nathan Kelbe (Open Space Coordinator), the Broomfield Open Space Foundation and the 12 volunteers that helped to plant over 100 native plants at the Broomfield County Commons on May 6! Watch this space as these plants continue to grow and restore the wetland areas of the commons, to be beloved by Broomfield Residents and Wildlife for generations to come. This event was co-sponsored by the Broomfield Open Space Foundation and the Open Space and Trails Department.
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