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How do I get to the Broomfield building department?
From Denver:

Go north on I-25 to 120th Avenue exit. Go west on 120th Avenue to Lamar Street. Lamar Street will be the 2nd traffic light past Sheridan Blvd. Turn right on Lamar (before Applebee's). Drive north to the third stop sign, a T-intersection with DesCombes Drive. Directly ahead is the entry to the parking lot, with the George Di Ciero City and County Building in front of you and the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.

From Boulder:
Go southeast on U.S. Hwy 36, Boulder Turnpike, take the Hwy 287 exit, #. Turn north onto US Highway 287/Wadsworth Parkway. Drive north to Midway Blvd. (the stoplight at the bottom of the hill) and turn right, going east. Continue on Midway Blvd. for about 1 1/2 miles, passing a signalized intersection at Main Street. Take the next right turn at Lamar Street. Two blocks south, Lamar Street curves around the George Di Ciero City and County Building to become DesCombes Drive. Turn right at the first parking lot entrance, and the George Di Ciero City and County Building will be directly in front of you with the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.
From North of Denver:

Go south on I-25 to 120th Avenue exit. Go west on 120th Avenue to Lamar Street. Lamar Street will be the 2nd traffic light past Sheridan Blvd. Turn right on Lamar (before Applebee's). Drive north to the third stop sign, a T-intersection with DesCombes Drive.

Directly ahead is the entry to the parking lot, with the George Di Ciero City and County Building in front of you and the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.
From Longmont or Lafayette:
Go south on US Highway 287 to Midway Blvd. Turn left, going east. Continue on Midway Blvd. for about 1 1/2 miles, passing a signalized intersection at Main Street. Take the next right turn at Lamar Street. Two blocks south, Lamar Street curves around City Hall to become DesCombes Drive. Turn right at the first parking lot entrance, and the George Di Ciero City and County Building will be directly in front of you with the Combined Courts and Police building on your right. Enter the George Di Ciero City and County Building at the door marked Community Development and Public Works.

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1. I am just thinking about a home improvement project and have some preliminary questions. Who can I ask?
2. What are your office hours and who is on staff?
3. How do I get to the Broomfield building department?
4. Do I need a building permit for my project?
5. How much will my permit cost?
6. What plans do I need for a permit?
7. How do I avoid paying taxes twice on my project materials?
8. Do I need a contractor's license to get a permit?
9. What happens if I don't get a permit?
10. Can I do all the electrical and plumbing work on my own home?
11. How close can I build to my property line?
12. What inspections do I need for my project?
13. How do I call for an inspection on my project?
14. What time will the inspector arrive?
15. I have questions about my inspection. Who do I talk to?
16. Will a City and County Building inspector come look at my house if I have problems?
17. Does Broomfield have special requirements for re-roofing?
18. How does the new Carbon Monoxide Alarm law affect me?
19. Do the EPA lead abatement regulations apply to my project?
20. For boilers, do I need State of Colorado as well as City and County of Broomfield permit and inspections?