🕔 Be prepared! The best way to stay safe, is to STAY HOME! Make sure you have a 72-hour home kit and a go kit prepared in advance, and consider backup plans for services such as home health care, meals, oxygen, or door-to-door transportation. Learn more about what should be in your Home and Go Kits at Broomfield.org/72hourkit
🚔 Follow the Broomfield Police Department on Facebook (@BroomfieldPD) or Twitter (@BroomfieldPD) for emergency updates, and accident alert notifications. Please stay home if possible to keep emergency resources available.
🌨️ Broomfield starts plowing as soon as the snow falls, and continues until it stops. Check out the video above, and visit Broomfield.org/SnowandIce to see how routes are prioritized and more.
🏛️ City and County buildings may close, or operate on a delayed schedule, for the community’s safety. Check to see if facilities are open before making a trip to the City and County of Broomfield buildings, which include the library and recreation centers.
🚶🏾Please be careful on trails or in the parks during the storm. With a significant storm, hard and soft trails will be plowed based on priority routes.
🤝🏼 Check on your neighbor! Need help shoveling? Qualified residents can be matched with a SnowPal to assist with shoveling. Learn more at Broomfield.org/SnowPals.
How To Prepare For Heavy Snow
See these helpful tips from Xcel Energy on how to prepare for heavy snow, how to stay safe during a storm, and how to conserve energy.
Also, see some helpful tips on winter weather preparation below.