Snow and Ice Priority Routes

Learn More About Broomfield Snow Plows & Routes

Storm Warning Tips & How To Stay Safe

๐Ÿ•” 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

๐Ÿš” 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. 

๐ŸŒจ๏ธ Broomfield starts plowing as soon as the snow falls, and continues until it stops. Check out the video above, and visit to see how routes are prioritized and more.

๐Ÿ›๏ธ 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. 

๐Ÿšถ๐ŸพPlease 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.

๐Ÿค๐Ÿผ Check on your neighbor! Need help shoveling? Qualified residents can be matched with a SnowPal to assist with shoveling. Learn more at

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.

Winter Weather Preparedness