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Broomfield is a major suburb of both Denver and Boulder. In 1885 Adolph Zang bought land for a railroad depot, which was thus named Zang's Spur. It was a spur off the main railroad line where locally grown grains were loaded into the railroad cars for delivery to the Zang Brewing Company. It began as an agrarian community and was later populated by gold seeking families during the Gold Rush. It was later named Broomfield after the broomcorn which is grown in the area.

Population: 62137
Local Newspapers: Broomfield Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets
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Zip Codes associated with broomfield, colorado: 80020 80021 80241
Towns/Cities near broomfield, colorado : Northglenn Madison Hill Westminster Louisville Lafayette

Broomfield News
Activists' bid to stop Rocky Flats construction is premature, judge rules

Ruling cites fact that construction of trails, visitor's center at former nuclear site-turned-wildlife refuge won't begin before 2018 Kri Gale, of Fort Collins, holds a sign while listening to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officer speak during a Rocky Flats sharing session in February in Broomfield. Community activists trying to stop construction at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge were premature in filing a temporary restraining order because the work they targeted won't begin until next year at the earliest, a federal judge said in a ruling this week.

O'Meara: Buzz about the Colorado Pollinator Highway

A bee on a poppy. Approval of a joint resolution by the Colorado General Assembly ensured that bees, butterflies, and other pollinators have something to buzz about along I-76, the Colorado Pollinator Highway.

Regenexx: injections soon will replace orthopedic surgery

Dr. John Schultz gives an injection of bone marrow derived stem cells into the knee of patient Steve Brink from Washington state at the Regenexx offices in Broomfield on Monday. Brink was in to have work done on a sports injury on his knee made worse by surgery.

Lowell Boulevard project update

The project is at full pace and there is a lot of activity throughout the project. The regular spring rain has been a challenge to work with but progress remains steady.

Effort is underway to change Broomfield charter

Petitioners have begun to collect signatures for a ballot item that would amend the Broomfield City and County charter, elevating the protection of public health and environment essentially to a condition that must be fulfilled before oil and gas drilling can be done. The measure was presented to the clerk and recorder's office earlier this month and approved for circulation June 8. Judy Kelly, who is involved in starting the petition, spoke before council Tuesday to explain why she thought this amendment would strengthen Broomfield's stance on oil and gas development and give elected officials another tool.

Broomfield church, neighbors meet over plans for foster housing

Neighbors who came to a meeting to learn more about a proposed housing project at Lutheran Church of Hope left with some questions unanswered, but a promise they will be part of future discussions. Lutheran Church of Hope, 1305 W. 10th Ave., is donating land and collaborating with Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains, a Denver nonprofit organization, to bring an apartment project to fruition by the end of next year.

Broomfield mosquitoes are out in force early this year

Late spring rain, coupled with a quick uptick in summer temperatures, has meant mosquitoes are hatching in Broomfield sooner than usual. Kathy Schnoor, superintendent of Broomfield's Environmental Services, said Broomfield allocates money for two mosquito-related activities.

Body Found May Be Paris Wallace, Latest Coloradan Seeking Forrest Fenn Treasure

Paris Wallace, a pastor from Grand Junction, is the second Coloradan in eighteen months to vanish while searching for a $2 million treasure allegedly hidden by Forrest Fenn, a former Santa Fe art gallery owner and author . And late yesterday, June 18, New Mexico State Police revealed that a thus-far-unidentified body was found between five and seven miles from where Wallace's car was discovered.

Merrily Mazza: Lies to communities; truth for investors

As the oil and gas industry drills closer to densely populated areas, it has to depend on a steady stream of lies to gain quiet surrender from local communities - communities forced, by state law, into risking residents' health and safety and the value of their homes. But the industry tells the truth to investors - people risking their money.

Wealth paradox: Income in Boulder County is on a downward slide

Natalya Solovyeva and Luiza Gviniashvili , both of Longmont, pick up food in the market at the OUR Center on Wednesday.

Briefcase - June 2017

Walmart's Neighborhood Market at 2972 Iris Ave. in Boulder is slated to close June 16. The 53,500 square-foot store was protested when it opened less than four years ago. No other closures are planned, and the 70 Boulder employees will have the option to transfer to a nearby store.

Pews through June 17

The free Jump Start Math and Literacy camps offered each summer in Broomfield are recruiting volunteer teachers and aids. The camps aim to prevent "summer slide," a loss of knowledge that happens during summer vacation, and provide a review before kids return to school.

Button Rock Preserve to a quiet lake

Ralph Price Reservoir at Button Rock Preserve is stocked with brown and rainbow trout and a brook and lake trout hybrid called splake. The lake and the hike to it offer a quiet retreat unlike other, nearby reservoirs.

Signature verification will be added to Broomfield recall election

Broomfield voters will have their signatures verified in the upcoming July 18 recall election of Ward 4 Councilman Greg Stokes. City Council voted 7 to 1 Tuesday to pass an ordinance that would establish the signature verification procedure on the mail ballot election - something that will be enacted statewide in 2018 for all municipal elections.

T.J. Cole will run for Broomfield mayor this fall

Broomfield attorney T.J. Cole, who has a background in law enforcement and the judiciary, has thrown his hat into the race for Broomfield Mayor. "I am running for mayor because the City and County of Broomfield are at an important crossroad, he said.

Crestone Peak files spacing application for 44 wells in Broomfield

Crestone Peak Resources, a Denver-based company with offices in Denver and Firestone, filed spacing applications with the Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, Broomfield learned late Tuesday afternoon. City and County Manager Charles Ozaki and City and County Attorney Bill Tuthill notified Broomfield City Council at its meeting, but did not have many details on Crestone's plans, which involves three square miles of spacing.

Brian Devine enters race for Broomfield recall

"It's just really a time for somebody to represent all the new people and the new issues that we're facing," Devine said. "I think it's important to have new thought, new voice and a new perspective."

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