Parks, Recreation and Senior Services Advisory Committee

The purpose of the committee is to advise the City Council on amendments to the parks and recreation portions of the Master Plan. The committee is charged with the responsibility of making recommendations to the City Council regarding the following:

  • The acquisition of parcels for parks and recreation purposes
  • New and upgraded parks and recreation facilities
  • A long-range plan for parks and recreation facilities development

Meetings 

  • Meetings are typically held the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m.
  • Meetings are held in person at The Broomfield Community Center

Next Meeting

Thursday, January 26, 2023 

Joint Meeting with OSTAC/ PRSSAC

Agendas and Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 

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Members 

Boards and Commissions Member Conduct Policy

Seven members, one alternate member, one youth member, one youth alternate member, one ex-officio City Council member and one alternate ex-officio City Council member alternate.

MembersTerm Expirations
Doug Errett (Chair)March 2024
Stacey KlempMarch 2026
Mike ScradMarch 2024
Rochelle RemalyMarch 2024
Jason AndersonMarch 2026
Yolanda YoutsMarch 2026
Jessica MillhiserMarch 2026
Roxie Juul (Alternate)March 2024
Vacant Youth Member
Vacant Youth Alternate Member
Councilmember Todd Cohen (Ex-Officio Member)
Councilmember James Marsh-Holschen (Alternate)

Bylaws of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee

Staff Liaison

Clay Shuck, Director of Parks, Recreation, and Senior Services
Email: cshuck@broomfield.org
Phone. 303-460-6900

Get Involved

Any interested citizen is invited to attend these public meetings. 
Applications to become a committee member are accepted in January of each year.

Field Use Study Completed

Ballard*King and Associates, LTD completed a report, "Athletic Field Use and Demand Analysis Study," to analyze Broomfield's current status and future needs for athletic fields in October 2014. View the report.