Open Space Master Plans and Properties
Broomfield Open Space, Parks, Recreation, and Trails Master Plan
The plan was formally adopted in February 2005. View the document and supporting information.
What’s in a Name?
Broomfield Bike and Pedestrian Assessment
The purposes of this 2019 Bicycle and Pedestrian Assessment were to: inventory the existing bicycle and pedestrian facilities in Broomfield, identify deficiencies and missing links, gather public input, create a tiered bicycle and pedestrian network, identify and prioritize capital projects, and set a path to implement Broomfield’s active transportation goals. View the full document here.
Metzger Farm Open Space
The Metzger Farm Open Space Master Plan was approved by the City Council on March 9, 2010. In a joint purchase, the City of Westminster and the City and County of Broomfield acquired the Metzger Farm, a 152-acre open space property on May 1, 2006. Read on...
Broomfield County Commons Open Space Management and Master Plan
The Plan was adopted by the City Council in December 2004. You may view the Plan document.
The Field Master Plan
The Field is an open space bordered by 10th Avenue on the north, approximately 3rd Avenue on the south, Main Street to the west, and Ash Street to the east. A Master Plan for the space was approved by City Council on March 28, 2000. Available for viewing is a drawing of the site and the Recommendations for The Field submitted by the Open Space and Trails Committee.
Markel Open Space
Dr. Bill Markel and his wife Jean moved to Broomfield in 1958 after Dr. Markel left the Army Medical Corps. Broomfield was then described as a “brand new community,” and it turned out to be exactly what they were looking for. The Markels purchased their current property and what is now open space in 1968. People told them they were moving “to the end of the world.” Read on...
Wottge Open Space
Bernhard “Ben” Wottge moved to Colorado from Germany with his family when he was eight years old. His parents purchased land here in Broomfield in 1955, and it became their second start for farming. They planted crops like alfalfa hay, barley, and corn. After a period of drought, they bought cows and added a dairy to their farmstead. The property included a farmhouse, two bin granaries, and a dairy barn among other buildings. Read on...
Plaster Reservoir Open Space Management Plan
Tom Frost Reservoir at Sunset
Nordstrom Open Space Sunflowers
Broomfield County Commons Open Space