Broomfield is part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood metropolitan area, and is a merged city and county. It is easily accessible via many major highways, including I-25, US 36, and US 287 (1). With beautiful Rocky Mountain views, parks, open space, and hiking trails, Broomfield offers quintessential Colorado living.
The city offers a complete network of trails that joins several lakes and parks, and, as such, Broomfield residents have been able to find solace on Stearns Lake and Josh’s Pond. For the extreme sports lover, Broomfield has a comprehensive skate park with a half pipe, bowls, and other obstacles. Broomfield has an excellent library with offerings for kids, teens, and adults, in addition to two museums (2)— the Broomfield Depot Museum (committed to preserving and convesting about history centered around the railroad depot) and the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum (committed to honoring the men and women who have served in the armed forces). Furthermore, dining in the city is both diversified and delicious. Azitra Restaurant is a local favorite for Indian comfort food, and the Burns Pub & Restaurant is beloved for its British fare and folksy atmosphere. This could be a result of its connection with its sister city in Kent, United Kingdom. It also has another sister city on the other side of the world in Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Japan.
According to its website, Broomfield offers “a variety of housing options from affordable starter homes to million dollar executive mansions and mid-level upscale custom homes, townhomes and condos, to high-end apartments and affordable rentals” (2). Come experience the Rocky Mountain living!