While Broomfield was spared the worst of the recent flooding, our neighboring communities (15 counties) up and down the Front Range sustained significant damage. Thousands are without homes, and it will take months to rebuild and repair from the devastation. The City & County has provided shelter items and stands ready to continue support activities for our neighbors. View Broomfield's resources that have been assigned in support of state-wide operations.
In Broomfield, our crews continue to assess impacts to infrastructure, and we will keep you updated as information is obtained.
Homeowners and renters in the City and County of Broomfield are not eligible for individual disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) .
If you experienced damage to your home or property due to the recent area flooding you may be eligible for assistance from:
Please contact your trash hauler for instructions on how to handle flood debris, including wet carpet and furniture. All trash haulers in Broomfield are maintaining regularly-scheduled pickups and will take flood debris curbside. Most haulers require a pre-notification call for a special pickup, and some charge a nominal fee. For convenience, a list of licensed haulers and contact information has been compiled.
Volunteer & Donation:
Coloradans are resilient people. We pull together in difficult times, we support our neighbors and we always lend a helping hand. Such incredible generosity in the face of unspeakable hardship is what makes Colorado special.
Listed below is a list of agencies that have information about donating and volunteering throughout the state. The state Emergency Management Office has requested that individuals and local communities work through and with organized agencies to ensure adequate capacity to store and distribute items to the communities in need.