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Broomfield, CO, Is One of the Best Cities To Live in America

With views of the snow-capped Rockies, excellent schools, plus all kinds of job opportunities for aerospace engineers, pasta lovers and ski enthusiasts alike, Broomfield, CO, is one of the best places to live in the U.S.The economy is thriving, with major employers like Ball Aerospace, Vail Resorts, Noodles & Company and Mrs. Fields Cookies setting up their headquarters or regional offices in Broomfield and, in turn, providing many jobs in the regio...

With views of the snow-capped Rockies, excellent schools, plus all kinds of job opportunities for aerospace engineers, pasta lovers and ski enthusiasts alike, Broomfield, CO, is one of the best places to live in the U.S.

The economy is thriving, with major employers like Ball Aerospace, Vail Resorts, Noodles & Company and Mrs. Fields Cookies setting up their headquarters or regional offices in Broomfield and, in turn, providing many jobs in the region. Broomfield also has its very own 6,500-person events center, the 1STBANK Center, which hosts everything from the Harlem Globetrotters basketball games to high school graduations, MMA fights and concerts.

Broomfield also ranks high in the health care and education categories. UCHealth Broomfield Hospital, a 40-bed hospital, opened in 2016, joining several other regional medical centers. In addition to high-ranked K-12 schools, this family-friendly city is an easy commute to several higher-ed institutions, a plus for residents who want to upskill. The city is also recognized for its favorable conditions for women in the workplace.

Housing options are diverse in Broomfield, ranging from big homes on sprawling lots to friendly neighborhoods and modern apartments in Arista Uptown, which is in the heart of a restaurant and entertainment district.

Broomfield’s location is also a perk for residents who want to get out and explore on the weekends. The city of 76,856 is conveniently located between outdoors-loving Boulder, which is 15 minutes away, and Denver, which is reachable in half an hour and comes with big-city amenities like major league sports teams, art museums and an always-expanding restaurant scene.

But there’s plenty to do close to home, too. Broomfield’s FlatIron Crossing Mall is being redeveloped into a mixed-use entertainment, housing, shopping and employment district. In the meantime, it is home to many retailers, an AMC Theatre for moviegoers and several restaurants.

Also, the city’s parks and recreation department is top-notch, with 281 miles of trails, more than 700 acres of developed parks and 45 playgrounds, providing residents with plenty of opportunities to enjoy Colorado’s famous sunshine. Some park highlights include a bike park, a remote-controlled airfield to let your drones roam, and the Bay Aquatic Park with slides, a water play structure and a skate park.

Families will also find much to do along the U.S. 36 corridor, from the Butterfly Pavilion, where butterflies flit about in a tropical atrium in neighboring Westminster, to Water World, a large waterpark with more than 50 rides (including one with animatronic dinosaurs) in nearby Federal Heights.

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With views of the snow-capped Rockies, excellent schools, plus all kinds of job opportunities, Broomfield, CO, is one of the best places to live in the U.S. Learn more about Broomfield and also check out more family-friendly cities in Colorado. Not yet settled on Colorado but like the region? Here are 25 great places to live out West.

Broomfield City Council Ward 3: Pete Crouse

Name: Pete CrouseAge: 61Family: Married, three girls, one boy (deceased)How long have you lived in Broomfield: Broomfield nativeProfessional background: Restaurant owner for 36 yearsPolitical/community experience: Member and past president of the Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing, member of The United Church of Broomfield, winner of the Heart of Broomfield Gene Frank Award, 2022 Grand Marshall of the Broom...

Name: Pete Crouse

Age: 61

Family: Married, three girls, one boy (deceased)

How long have you lived in Broomfield: Broomfield native

Professional background: Restaurant owner for 36 years

Political/community experience: Member and past president of the Rotary Club of Broomfield Crossing, member of The United Church of Broomfield, winner of the Heart of Broomfield Gene Frank Award, 2022 Grand Marshall of the Broomfield Days Parade, past president of the board of Bessie’s Hope.

Education: Graduated Broomfield High School in 1980, attended the University of Northern Colorado for 4.5 years as a geology major.

Broomfield is a county characterized by its rapid growth, where and how do you hope to see continued growth in Broomfield? And what issues do you see arising as the city and county grow?

With only 34 square miles, developable land is limited and maintaining our open space goals is paramount. Our pole position on the US 36 corridor, adjacent to Rocky Mountain Airport, enables Broomfield to further our goal of attracting excellent companies to call Broomfield home like Ball, Vail & Associates, Crocs, homegrown Hunter Douglas, Trimble, Pilatus and many more. It is vital that we continue to balance our residential growth with continued attraction of appropriate businesses. I am really happy with some of the new density projects that are coming to Broomfield. The Flatirons redevelopment offers new hope to a declining mall and will offer great density in a strategic area. The Baseline project is going to be a buzzing neighborhood that truly embraces live, work, play, walk and bike. It is a blueprint for how to develop future Broomfield neighborhoods. This style of development in strategic areas is excellent and I support more of it.

Affordable housing is a hot topic in Broomfield — where do you stand on the issue and how do you think the city and county should proceed? Broomfield’s housing issues mimic that of our entire state. Soaring home prices, crippling property taxes, high-interest rates and a lack of entry-level property for purchase impacts housing for all ages and family compositions. The low-hanging fruit in housing affordability is to get a hold on these property tax increases. The strain that has been placed on Broomfield families is unacceptable and when I am elected, I will work to lower our mill levy while preventing future tax hikes.

What issues do you hope to see come before the council in the near future?

While the median age is 39 and we have many young families, Broomfield also has a significant aging population. Many seniors are almost native to Broomfield. Senior housing and senior services are a pillar of my campaign. It is really important to me that we ensure appropriate available housing above and beyond the current supply that is affordable to those on a fixed income, while maintaining our commitment to Broomfield’s senior services.

We must band together to create a loving society that is awake, alive, alert and proactive. Broomfield and her citizens deserve nothing less.

What is Broomfield, CO Known For? 5 Things to Love About This City

Living in Broomfield, Colorado, offers a unique residential experience. With its picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains and a thriving community, Broomfield is where residents can enjoy the best of both worlds. The city exudes a welcoming atmosphere from its suburban neighborhoods to its vibrant local businesses. Whether you’re drawn to the modern ...

Living in Broomfield, Colorado, offers a unique residential experience. With its picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains and a thriving community, Broomfield is where residents can enjoy the best of both worlds. The city exudes a welcoming atmosphere from its suburban neighborhoods to its vibrant local businesses. Whether you’re drawn to the modern homes for sale in Broomfield or the charming apartments, Broomfield has something for everyone. Let Redfin be your guide to discovering what Broomfield is known for and finding the perfect place to call home.

1. Open space and trails

Broomfield is renowned for its extensive open space and trails, providing residents and visitors with ample outdoor recreation and exploration opportunities. The city boasts over 8,000 acres of open space, offering picturesque views, wildlife habitats, and a variety of trails for hiking, biking, and nature walks.

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With a growing reputation as a hub for technology and innovation, Broomfield is home to numerous tech companies and startups, including Alteryx and Broadcom. The city’s thriving tech industry has contributed to its economic growth and attracted professionals seeking career opportunities in the technology sector.

3. Cultural arts and entertainment

Broomfield’s cultural arts and entertainment scene caters to various tastes and interests. The Broomfield Auditorium is a cultural hub hosting live performances, art exhibitions, and community events, showcasing local talent and renowned artists. Additionally, the 1stBank Center attracts top-tier concerts, sporting events, and other large-scale performances, drawing crowds from across the region to experience world-class entertainment right in the heart of Broomfield.

4. Proximity to Denver

Broomfield’s advantageous proximity to Denver, a mere 20-minute drive away, offers residents an easy gateway to the bustling cosmopolitan energy of Colorado’s capital city. This close distance grants access to Denver’s myriad attractions, from its diverse culinary experiences to its professional sports events and thriving nightlife.

5. Golf courses

There are many exceptional golf courses like Broadlands Golf Course and outdoor recreational amenities like the batting cages that residents love in Broomfield. The city’s well-maintained golf courses, parks, and sports facilities offer opportunities for leisure and active lifestyles, contributing to Broomfield’s reputation as a premier destination for outdoor recreation.

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Football: Erie pays Broomfield back for last year’s semifinal snub

ERIE — The last time Erie and Broomfield met on a football field, the Eagles left the Tigers heartbroken when a Blake Barnett fumble on the 1-yard line kept his team out of the Class 4A state championship game.Barnett, Erie’s star senior quarterback, doesn’t forget things like that, and he let that fire fuel him and his boys en route to a 30-7 victory on their home turf on a sunny Saturday afternoon.“Obviously, I think about it and I have to drive that, use that as fire. I’ve looked at that photogr...

ERIE — The last time Erie and Broomfield met on a football field, the Eagles left the Tigers heartbroken when a Blake Barnett fumble on the 1-yard line kept his team out of the Class 4A state championship game.

Barnett, Erie’s star senior quarterback, doesn’t forget things like that, and he let that fire fuel him and his boys en route to a 30-7 victory on their home turf on a sunny Saturday afternoon.

“Obviously, I think about it and I have to drive that, use that as fire. I’ve looked at that photograph, that play, I think, every single day since that game,” Barnett said. “Hey, man. They want to talk all summer. They want to go on 9News, (BoCo)Preps. They want to do everything and talk about how they want to play us and then they played that? 30-7? Oh my gosh, this game’s so sweet!”

Barnett certainly laid it all out on the field, as he took snap after snap and exited the field on several occasions, clearly in pain. But nothing was stopping this man from his comeback story. He finished his day throwing for 158 yards and running for 84 more as he played a part in all four touchdowns that lit up the scoreboard.

“There was no piece of me that was going to lose this game. They lost when they walked on the field,” he exclaimed. “You don’t understand how sweet that is, being able to lose in that state semifinal and then coming back, whooping some butt. Man, it’s awesome.”

The Tigers stymied the Eagles in nearly every facet of the game, as penalties and mental miscues marred both teams’ progression. Still, Erie played like Class 4A’s second-best — if not the best — squad, as laid out in this week’s Colorado Preps Select Media Poll. Broomfield, likewise, entered the game ranked No. 4.

Broomfield’s junior quarterback CT Worley led its passing game with 60 yards through the first half, but had to sit in the second half due to injury precaution. Fellow junior Darien Jackson stepped in to throw for 45 more, as junior running back Joseph Larsen and Worley led the run game with 70 and 69 yards, respectively.

After a little bit of defensive back-and-forth to start out the game, the Eagles struck first with a 10-yard run from Worley in the opening seconds of the second quarter. The Tigers wasted no time responding with their own short run from Barnett, but they ensured they would take the 8-7 lead with a two-point conversion.

They didn’t look back after that.

“The thing I’m most proud about these guys is that our leadership has just been excellent this year,” Erie head coach Jeff Geiger said. “They’re really doing a good job and playing for each other and stepping up when we need to step up.”

Barnett dotted the exclamation point on his own stat sheet with a 52-yard touchdown pass to Josh Levine midway through the second quarter, allowing his team to take a 15-8 lead as the clock read 4:58.

The Eagles ended the half well on the hunt for their second score, but bad clock management left them hanging with a fourth-and-5 from the 5-yard line when time ran out.

“You can’t make mistakes, can’t have mental mistakes,” Broomfield head coach Robert O’Brien said. “That’s the biggest thing for us, is making sure that we play clean and play to our game. It was a big game and it meant a lot to both teams. We just didn’t make the big plays where we needed to. I felt like we drove the ball well. We got into the red zone and we just struggled to get into the end zone.”

The Blake Barnett show steamrolled on into the second half, scoring twice more on short runs to book-end the beginning and end of the fourth quarter. The Tigers, now 3-1, have yet to lose to a Colorado team. They began their season with a 26-20 heartbreaker at the hands of Florida’s Vanguard.

Broomfield, on the other hand, dropped to 2-2 after suffering an earlier loss to Holy Family by way of a last-second upset. Larsen believes his Eagles are just on the cusp of counting themselves among 4A’s elite teams.

“I don’t think they took the wind out of our sails, really,” Larsen said. “We just made mistakes this week and we’ll keep working. We’ll keep working our (butts) off and get to the point where we want to be. … I think we’re really close to their levels. I think we’re just as good as both of them. Those mistakes hurt us.”

Broomfield Veterans Museum honors unique division of skiing soldiers with new exhibit

The Broomfield Veterans Museum installed a new exhibit this week that tells the story of America’s first mountain warfare division.Inspired by the success of mountain-trekking and ski-trained Finnish and Greek soldiers, the 10th Mountain Division was created in the early ’40s as a way to combat the Axis powers in mountainous regions.“(The exhibit) is a way of letting people know about the 10th, because outside of Colorado, not very many people know about them,” Flint Whitlock said.Whitlock is on t...

The Broomfield Veterans Museum installed a new exhibit this week that tells the story of America’s first mountain warfare division.

Inspired by the success of mountain-trekking and ski-trained Finnish and Greek soldiers, the 10th Mountain Division was created in the early ’40s as a way to combat the Axis powers in mountainous regions.

“(The exhibit) is a way of letting people know about the 10th, because outside of Colorado, not very many people know about them,” Flint Whitlock said.

Whitlock is on the museum’s board of directors, where he uses his expertise as a Vietnam veteran and decades of work as a military historian to help put together new exhibits, including the exhibit being displayed throughout ski season, “Skiing Off to War with the 10th Mountain Division.”

“The 10th is such an important part of Colorado, with the training area at Camp Hale up near Leadville and with so many of the veterans coming back after the war to start ski areas,” Whitlock said. “They were really involved in promoting skiing and making skiing an American family sport.”

Camp Hale was where the division trained before heading overseas. Recruitment efforts for the group focused on men who already knew how to ski, so much of their training was dedicated to becoming soldiers specialized in fighting in mountainous terrain.

The division would earn its place in history late in 1944 when the men sailed to Italy to combat German forces in the Apennine Mountains. The 10th spent months among the peaks, launching a series of attacks to push the Germans back and cut off their supplies.

In April 1945, the division broke through Germany’s defenses and advanced into the valley where they had been stationed. Germany surrendered in Italy shortly after, and the war ended by the end of the year.

After the war, many veterans of the division returned to Colorado and opened some of the state’s most iconic ski areas. Arapahoe, Aspen and Vail were all founded by 10th division skiers, and the mountain near Camp Hale where they trained, Cooper Hill, was opened to the public after the war as Ski Cooper.

Whitlock’s father served in the 10th Mountain Division, and his service sparked his son’s interest in military history. A pursuit that Whitlock says is important for many veterans in Broomfield and beyond.

“The artifacts (on display) all tell a story. When something on display relates to a veteran, we tell his story, and I think it makes us unique in Colorado because nobody else is doing what we’re doing,” he said. “We consider ourselves Broomfield’s best kept secret.”

He explained that the museum dedicates itself to telling the stories of veterans, instead of the stories of the wars they served in. In addition, everyone at the museum is dedicated to fostering a sense of community and support among veterans.

“We’ve had a lot of veterans who have come and said ‘I’ve never really talked about my wartime experiences but I feel it’s time to do that, I don’t want to take it to my grave, I want people to know what I went through,’” Whitlock said. “It’s a wonderful sharing atmosphere that veterans have when they come here.”

The Broomfield Veterans Museum, 12 Garden Center, is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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