Fleet Services

Blue Dumptruck IconFleet Services is a support division in place to manage purchases, maintenance, and disposal of all vehicles within the City and County of Broomfield. This includes all gas and diesel-powered equipment ranging from chain saws and weed trimmers to Class 8 dump trucks and off-road loaders.

Vacuum Truck
Fleet Bays

Waste Oil Recycling

Waste oil recycling hours - 
Tuesday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
First Saturday of each month, 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. (with exceptions for holidays)
Broomfield residents can participate in the Waste Oil Recycling program operated by the Public Works Fleet Services Division. This year-round program is located at the Norman Smith Service Center at 3001 W. 124th Ave. (just east of Lowell Boulevard). 

Starting June 1, 2021 Waste Oil Dropoff at Norman Smith Service Center will be available by drop-in only. All other services at this location are by appointment only. See available hours of operation above. 

Please note, many city and county services are also available online via self-service, or over the phone. Learn more about the reopening of City and County of Broomfield Services.

Acceptable types of oil are automotive engine, transmission, and differential, as well as used cooking oil. Other guidelines include:
  • Program is for Broomfield residents only; no oil from commercial businesses accepted.
  • A maximum of five gallons per household per month is allowed.
  • Oils contaminated with fuels, solvents, or water are not accepted.
  • Cooking oils that have solidified, and oil filters cannot be accepted.
  • Users must take back their empty containers.
Antifreeze Now Accepted
Looking for an easy and safe way to dispose of antifreeze? Broomfield residents can recycle up to five gallons of antifreeze per household, per month, and all for FREE! This service is available the same days and hours. 

For more information, call Fleet Services at 303-438-6336 or email Public Works.

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