Colorado Recruiting Zone - Broomfield

 

Broomfield Highlights

  • Incorporated in 1961
  • Strategically located in the center of one Denver's major high tech growth corridors
  • 33% of residents have at least a Bachelor’s degree

Demographics

  • Population: 58,629
  • Median Age: 33
  • Land Area: 27.5 square miles
  • County: Broomfield

Environmental Attractions

  • 2394 acres of open space
  • 63 parks
  • 27-hole David Graham Championship Golf Course at the Omni Interlocken Resort
  • 80 miles of multi-use paths 

Fun Facts 

  • Broomfield is named for Broomcorn, a type of millet growing in the area.

Arts & Culture

  • Flatirons Crossing Mall and Village is a prime shopping center, with four-star hotels, major employers, and a world-class golf course all within walking distance.
  • 1STBANK Center is the premiere mid-sized event venue in the Denver area. The venue can hold up to 6,500 people and can accommodate live music, family shows, sporting events, community functions and more.

Major Employers 

  • Level 3 Communications 
  • Oracle 
  • Hunter Douglas 
  • Staples 
  • Ball Corporation 
  • Sandoz, Inc. 

Economic Development

  • Broomfield offers a 24 hour general aviation airport – the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport – right next door, which offers corporate jet service.
  • Broomfield possesses a substantial undeveloped area in the North of the city that is open to development of everything from big box stores to corporate headquarters, all with abundant housing nearby.
  • Broomfield’s location and access to several major freeways and highways also allows Broomfield companies to draw employees from the entire Denver Metropolitan area.