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About Broomfield

The city of Broomfield is coextensive with Broomfield County, Colorado. The city was initially part of four different counties, but in 2001, Broomfield formed its own county. Broomfield has a land area of 33 square miles. 

Broomfield has a population of 68,000 people. From 2010 to 2017, the population increased by 22%. Ninety-six percent of people in the city are American citizens. Nearly 4,000 military veterans live in the area.

The racial composition of Broomfield is 78% white, 12% Hispanic, 6% Asian, and 1% black. Around 9% of residents were born in a foreign country, and 12% speak a language other than English at home. Broomfield has 3,400 Spanish speakers and 500 Chinese speakers.

People in Broomfield earn an average annual salary of $41,700. The median household income is $83,300. The homeownership rate is 68%. Six percent of residents live in poverty. 

Mental Health in Broomfield

Prescription opioid addiction is an important issue in Broomfield. The prescription opioid death rate in the city is 3.8 per 100,000 people.  While this figure is one of the lowest rates in the state, city and health officials are concerned it may become higher as seen in other parts of the country. 

To help prevent opioid-related deaths, officers from the Broomfield Police Department are equipped with the overdose medication Narcan. City and health officials plan to provide community training on how to use Narcan. The police department also offers a prescription drug drop-off program where residents may safely dispose of expired or unwanted medication. 


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