As both a city and county, Broomfield is a unique place to live with a strong sense of identity.


Peaceful, suburban city and town with plentiful open space, parks, and a top-rated school system
The consolidated city and county of Broomfield is a suburban and family-friendly area that is part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area. As both a city and county, Broomfield is a unique place to live with a strong sense of identity. The area is very peaceful and balances its commercial and residential developments well, with generous open space, parks, and natural areas. Broomfield also features a top-rated school system and a variety of housing options from affordable starter homes to palatial estates and mid-scale custom homes. 

What to Love

  • Beautiful parks and plentiful open space for outdoor adventure
  • Ideal location for commuters thanks to its location between Boulder and Denver
  • Recognized as one of the country’s healthiest communities

People & Lifestyle

Because of Broomfield’s central location between Denver and Boulder, the city has developed into a very desirable location for commuters. Money Magazine also previously ranked Broomfield as one of the best places to live in the country thanks to its plentiful job opportunities and incredible outdoor recreation. 
Homes in Broomfield also tend to be more affordable than places like nearby Boulder, making real estate here highly coveted. As a suburb of Boulder, Broomfield is conveniently placed halfway between both cities. Broomfield is especially attractive to nature lovers because of its vast, open spaces, parks, and extensive trail system. 

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Dine on classic Italian dishes with an extensive selection at Vinca, a modern European restaurant. Roots offers a more multicultural approach to dining. This eclectic restaurant serves diverse, gourmet small plates in an eco-friendly space. Start your day off right with a hand-crafted donut (made from fresh mashed potatoes!) and coffee from Landline Doughnuts & Coffee. Broomfield is home to a family-owned brewery, 4 Noses Brewing Company, including 20 rotating taps that include ales, lagers, porters, and stouts.
Hickory & Ash is a seasonal restaurant serving Colorado-centric cuisine in a light-filled dining room, plus a full bar. Hang out with friends and family at the folksy neighborhood watering hole The Burns Pub & Restaurant, complete with leather armchairs and a cozy fireplace. 
For gourmet breakfast, brunch, and lunch, there is no better spot than EAT! Food & Drink, a relaxed eatery with extensive options and cocktails. Pizza lovers can’t get enough of the artisan personal pizzas at Infinitus Pizza Pie (iPIE), where you can get a variety of sauces and toppings for make-your-own pies. 
Shopping in Broomfield doesn’t get better than FlatIron Crossing, a sprawling shopping center that includes over 200 stores and restaurants, including Macy’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods, plus an AMC movie theater.

Things to Do

Broomfield’s favorite community event is Broomfield Days, an action-packed weekend with tons of family fun, activities, entertainment, parades, a 5K race, a golf tournament, and three stages of entertainment and demonstrations. It doesn’t get much better than that! 
Those looking to stay active and fit will frequent the Broomfield Rec Center and Bay Aquatic Park. The aquatic park is a public swimming pool at the local recreation facility with water slides, and a concession stand at the local recreation facility. If you’re hoping for music and entertainment, look no further than the 1STBANK Center, a multi-purpose arena that hosts all kinds of events, shows, and more.


Broomfield's two largest school districts are Boulder Valley School District and Adams Twelve Five Star Schools. Below are a few of Broomfield’s most notable institutions

Overview for Broomfield, CO

72,697 people live in Broomfield, where the median age is 38.4 and the average individual income is $55,176. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Broomfield, CO

Broomfield has 29,487 households, with an average household size of 2.45. Data provided by Statistics Canada. Here’s what the people living in Broomfield do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada. 72,697 people call Broomfield home. The population density is 2,205.08 and the largest age group is Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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