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Fire district calls increase after 2020 drop

Fire district calls increase after 2020 drop

Calls for service to the North Metro Fire Rescue District increased in 2021 after an “anomalous” drop in 2020 and are on track to see an even bigger increase in 2022.
New Broomfield seed library is ready to grow

New Broomfield seed library is ready to grow

Broomfield residents will soon have access to a very different kind of library collection – less Bronte and Dickens and more green beans and daisies.
Broomfield COVID-19 numbers continue to drop

Broomfield COVID-19 numbers continue to drop

Coronavirus cases in Broomfield are continuing to decline as the community recovers from the omicron surge that brought record-high case and positivity rates.
Broomfield caucuses approaching

Broomfield caucuses approaching

Broomfield Republicans and Democrats are gearing up for the 2022 caucuses, which determine who becomes a delegate and has a say in nominating candidates to the primary ballot.
RTD hosting additional public meetings on proposed service changes

RTD hosting additional public meetings on proposed service changes

Broomfield residents have additional opportunities to provide feedback on proposed changes to Regional Transportation District routes in the city and county.
Broomfield responds to new Extraction lawsuit motion

Broomfield responds to new Extraction lawsuit motion

Broomfield attorneys filed a motion in U.S. District Court on Thursday urging a judge to reject a request from Extraction Oil & Gas to amend its lawsuit.
Broomfield to host free pet microchip clinic

Broomfield to host free pet microchip clinic

On New Year’s Eve, Amy Voltin drove around the Marshall fire burn scar, checking for animals.
Broomfield Sister Cities to continue virtual exchanges through 2022

Broomfield Sister Cities to continue virtual exchanges through 2022

The Broomfield Ueda Sister Cities program will continue its virtual exchange program this year with the goal of returning to in-person visits in 2023.
Extraction Oil & Gas seeks to amend lawsuit against Broomfield

Extraction Oil & Gas seeks to amend lawsuit against Broomfield

"Broomfield will continue to defend itself against these claims and defend the City's lawful actions in trying to address excessive noise caused by oil and gas operations.'
Boulder County launches new donation platform for Marshall fire

Boulder County launches new donation platform for Marshall fire

Boulder County is working with local and state agencies to launch a new donation platform to support people impacted by the Marshall fire.