The City Clerk's Division is responsible for the preparation of agendas and minutes for City Council, Local Licensing Authority and Board of Equalization meetings. The Clerk's office issues liquor, solicitors and various other city and county licenses and permits. Other services provided by the Clerk's office include maintenance of the Municipal Code, recruitment for Boards and Commissions vacancies, assistance to the Elections Division, maintenance of Broomfield's official records and responding to public records requests.
On June 22, 2021 Mayor Pro Tem and Ward 5 Councilmember Guyleen Castriotta was elected to serve as the Mayor following the resignation of Mayor Pat Quinn. As such, a vacancy was created for one of the two Ward 5 Councilmember positions. Qualified Ward 5 residents are invited to apply to fill this vacancy. Learn more and apply.
Boards and Commissions
Broomfield Boards and Commissions has sixteen citizen advisory boards appointed by the City Council to work with and advise the City Council regarding community issues and interests.
Board of Equalization (Property Tax Appeals)
Broomfield taxpayers may appeal the Assessor's valuations on their real and personal property through the
Broomfield Municipal Code (BMC)
Rules and regulations governing the City and County of Broomfield are found in the Broomfield Municipal Code.
The Local Licensing Authority (LLA) approves or rejects
Records Management / Public Records Requests
Public Records requests can be processed through the City Clerk's office by email, by phone at 303.438.6332, or in person. Public Records Access Policy