COVID-19 Information

  1. Public Health Order 2021-04

    Effective Dec. 1, masks are required for all individuals age 2+ in all City and County of Broomfield Facilities. Individuals can opt out of the mask requirement by showing proof of vaccination. Read on...
  2. Council Meeting Update (COVID-19 and Oil & Gas)

    To allow residents to attend less meetings and stay up-to-date with all City Council business, the following changes will be in effect for topical City Council updates previously held during business hours: Read on...
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    State Vaccine Requirements for 500+ Person Events in Metro-Area

    Effective Nov. 19 to Dec. 31 unless extended, indoor unseated events with more than 500 people in the Metro-area will be require proof of vaccination. Read on...
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    Regional Public Health Advisory

    CPDHE and MDPH have issued a public health advisory in response to an increase in COVID-19 cases and a concern for hospital bed capacity Read on...
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    5-11 year olds are now eligible for the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine!

    5-11 year olds are now eligible for the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine! Find a pediatric vaccine near you.. Read on...
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    Boosters are Available for All Three COVID-19 Vaccines!

    Boosters are available for all three COVID-19 vaccines for certain populations! Read on...
  7. Broomfield Public Health Issues Indoor Mask Requirement for Those Ages 2-11

    The Indoor Mask Requirement is for those ages 2-11 in schools and licensed childcare facilities effective Monday, Aug. 16. Read more for FAQs, data that informed this decision and how to ask questions and learn more. Read on...

Community Update Graphic Weekly Community Updates

November 22: Read the Broomfield Community Update. Watch the November 22 COVID-19 update to Broomfield City Council. Watch past COVID-19 Updates to City Council and read public questionsThe next COVID-19 Council update is on December 7 at 6 p.m.  View dates, times, and call-in information at Broomfield.org/CityCouncil.  

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