Using Broomfield's Trails
Broomfield's trail system continues to grow and connect throughout the community and beyond. The trail system accommodates multiple users, is designed for commuters and recreational users, and provides connections among neighborhoods, schools, commercial areas, public facilities, and open space.
Trail and Open Space usage during the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis
- View recommendations for enjoying Trails and Open Space
- View Frequently Asked Questions about Outdoor Recreation during Safer at Home Orders
General Trail Guidelines
- Stay on the right side of the trail moving with the flow of traffic, except to pass.
- Always pass other trail users on the left. When bicycling, always slow down and notify other trail users before passing.
- Do not block the path. Groups should be in single file when other users are present, or leave at least half of the trail open for passing.
- All users should stay on existing trails and avoid creating new trails or causing damage to the surrounding landscape.
General Bicycle Safety Tips
- Broomfield Open Space and Trails Web Map
- Broomfield Trails Paper Map
- Boulder Area Trails app
- For more maps and information click here...
Broomfield Policies for Use of Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices on Trails and Other Public FacilitiesIn February 2013, Broomfield adopted regulations to address the use of Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices (OPDMDs) to ensure nondiscrimination on the basis of disability in local public facilities of the City and County, including trails and parks.
View the policy and a map showing trails suitable for OPDMDs. Please contact Pete Dunlaevy at 303.438.6216 or by email with any questions about these policies.
US-36 Bikeway Counter
Broomfield was awarded a grant by the Colorado Department of Transportation, Division of Transportation Development (CDOT), Bicycle and Pedestrian program and Kaiser Permanente to install a bike / pedestrian trail counter.