Board of Health
The Broomfield Board of Health is a board composed of residents with public health experience appointed by City Council. Among the listed duties are approving the five year Public Health Improvement Plan, developing and promoting the public policies needed to secure the conditions for a healthy community, and holding hearings, issuing orders and adopting rules for public or environmental health issues. Review the full ordinance for more details.
- Monthly: The first Thursday of the month, 5:30–7:30 pm.
- George Di Ciero City and County Building
One DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Agendas and Minutes
Once the Board of Health commences, agendas are available one week prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Duties of the Broomfield Board of Health
- Contract with a Medical Officer (if the Public Health Director is not an M.D.).
- Approve the five-year Public Health Improvement Plan and submit it to the State.
- Act in an advisory capacity to the Public Health Director on all matters pertaining to public health.
- Hold meetings at least once every three months.
- The Public Health Director may serve as board secretary which is responsible for maintaining all records and ensuring public notice of meetings.
- Issue orders and adopt rules consistent with the laws, rules and orders of the State of Colorado and the State Board of Health, for public or environmental health issues that pose no immediate health threat.
- Hold hearings, administer oaths, subpoena witnesses, and take testimony in all matters related to the respective powers and duties of a local board of health.
- Develop and promote the public policies needed to secure the conditions for a healthy community, by considering the advice and expertise of the local public health agency.
- On or before September 1st of each year, the Public Health Director along with the Board of Health shall estimate the total cost of maintaining the public health agency for the next fiscal year, and the amount of money that may be available from unexpended surpluses or from State, Federal or grant funds.
- Assess fees (where they are not set in State Statute) to offset the direct costs of local environmental health services.
Public Health in Broomfield
Learn more about public health in Broomfield, including services, programs, and events, at BroomfieldHealth.org.