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There are several options available for standing water.
You may search for your property on Broomfield's floodplain map.
If your sewer is backing up beyond the property line into the main line, a Public Private Improvement Permit needs to be submitted. Broomfield offers a SEWER program which eligible homeowners could qualify for a reimbursement. For more information pertaining to the SEWER Program click here. Once the permit is approved, Broomfield will notify the applicant with the necessary fees; and the applicant shall coordinate with the Broomfield Engineering Inspection Division.
Storage pods, roll-offs, and dumpsters can be placed on the roadway after a permit has been granted. The preferred location for dumpsters and storage pods are in private driveways.
Certain weight restrictions apply to Broomfield roadways. Vehicles that are transporting loads on Broomfield roadways that are over 36,000 pounds, having two axles or 54,000 pounds, having three or more axles. Also, any vehicle 8 feet six inches in width, or 13 feet in height, or 45 feet in length require a over size over weight permit. See www.broomfield.org/engineering for the Excess Size and Weight Permit. For the Construction Truck Route Map
For additional Excess Size and Weight questions, please Click Here.