Founded in 1877 as a small farming community, Broomfield grew as a suburban community for those employed in Denver and Boulder. By the 1990s, the city experienced significant growth, much of it focused on technology, and today Interlocken Business Park is one of the region’s foremost business and research hubs and home to some of the largest corporations in America.
Broomfield is repeatedly listed as one of “America’s most livable cities.” It boasts 63 parks (including the 300-acre Broomfield County Commons) with playgrounds, tennis courts, baseball, soccer, and softball fields, not to mention indoor recreation centers and access to Colorado state parks, trails, and open space.
Active and busy, with neighbors cooking out together and attending kids’ soccer games on weekends, Broomfield is more than just “livable,” it borders on ideal. Offering a prime location—situated within the north metro area—the city is 20 minutes away from both Denver and Boulder, and the close-knit neighborhoods mark a true sense of community among the residents of Broomfield.