Public Works Department
Public Works employs over 175 full- and part-time staff with an annual operating budget exceeding $39.9 million. Public Works also administers numerous capital projects involving municipal buildings, streets, parks, and water and sewer facilities.
Environmental Services administers Broomfield's water conservation program, including rebates and water use assessments. The division also provides laboratory services for the Water Treatment and Wastewater facilities, oversees recycling services, coordinates the Spring Cleanup and Household Hazardous Waste events, and provides support to the County Public Health Department on environmental health issues. 303-464-5641
Facilities Division is an internal support division that maintains and repairs all City-owned buildings. 303-464-5866
Fleet Division is an internal support division that purchases and maintains Broomfield's fleet of vehicles and equipment and manages the waste oil collection program for Broomfield residents. 303-438-6336
Parks Division maintains turf and landscaped areas, irrigation systems, playground equipment, and play areas of Broomfield's open space, parks, and athletic fields. 303-438-6334
Streets Division is responsible for maintaining roadways (signs, marking, and traffic signals) throughout Broomfield as well as snow and ice control in the winter, and cleaning streets, ditches, and surface channels. 303-438-6334
Utilities Division is responsible for maintaining the water distribution and wastewater collection systems. 303-438-6334
Wastewater Division treats domestic, industrial, and commercial sewage and other wastewater to acceptable quality prior to discharge, and operates a sludge treatment facility. 303-438-6339
Water Resources Division is responsible for the management and protection of Broomfield's raw water supply. Water Resources also administers Broomfield's water efficiency program, including rebates and water use audits.
Water Treatment Division is responsible for treating raw water to the accepted drinking water standards. 303-464-5600
Striving to enhance the quality of the environment and quality of life for citizens through implementing innovative technologies, improving and maintaining the community's water, wastewater, surface water, streets, parks, facilities, open space, cemeteries, and fleet resources in order to provide reliable, efficient, and excellent services.
Get acquainted with the many faces and activities of the Public Works Department. See a listing of videos that previously aired on KCCB Channel 8.