CIP-Capital Improvements Program

Mission Statement

The CIP Division manages the design and construction of public infrastructure and facilities for the residents of Broomfield in a cost effective and timely manner. The projects will be managed reliably and the division shall act as the steward of the City funds to accomplish these projects with a high degree of quality and minimal impacts to the residents.

Current Project News

Click on the individual links to the left for current updates to CIP projects in Broomfield.  Updates can also be found in the CIP Monthly Update and Manager's Report.

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CIP Project Requests

If there is an area of the City that you would like to see improved, please submit a CIP Request form.  All requests are reviewed by an interdepartmental committee.  See form for details.

5-Year Capital Improvement Project Plan 

Click below to view Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets.  The CIP budget is the result of careful planning and use of the 2005 City and County Comprehensive Plan, The Long Range Financial Plan, and cooperation between citizen committees and department staff.  The focus is on the next five years, but the plan includes details for the next 20 years, plus projects that have been identified that are beyond the 20-year scope.  Here is a How-To for reading the CIP Plans.

2019 CIP Plan
2018 CIP Plan
2017 CIP Plan
2016 CIP Plan

Consultant Database Information

The City and County of Broomfield maintains a Consultant Database for professional services (consultants, engineers and architects).  Information included in this database is used by multiple departments within the City and County when professional services are needed. To request a Statement of Interest and Qualification (SOIQ) form, or to confirm your business is listed in the Consultant Database, please contact Noreen.  

Neighborhood Grant Program (C.A.S.H.H. Program)

The CIP C.A.S.H.H. Program (Community Action Supporting Helping Hands, formerly the Neighborhood Grant Program), is supporting neighbors working together to improve their community. Full or partial funding may be available for projects that meet the requirements. Possible project ideas are park benches, landscaping, or horseshoe pits.
Neighborhood Grant Program in Action

C.A.S.H.H. Guidelines

  • The maximum grant amount is $2,500 per project, per year.
  • Project labor should be done entirely by the neighborhood or volunteer group.
  • Projects should benefit the public and should not require maintenance by the City and County of Broomfield.
Please contact Noreen for additional information or to discuss grant project ideas.
Click HERE to download a Grant Application.