About Broomfield - Location, History and DemographicsGovernment - City and County ServicesCommunity - Resident ResourcesHow Do I? - Find it FastA to Z - Service Listing
Click to Home

Go To Search
FacebookTwitterYouTube
GranicusRSSEmailPrint
Can Toy Vehicles be ridden on sidewalks or bike trails?
NO. Broomfield Municipal Code 10-16-020, Motorized Vehicles Restricted, lists areas in which motor vehicles or recreational vehicles are prohibited. It states in part:

(E) On any other publicly or privately owned parks, ball fields, recreational areas, bike trails, horse trails, lake areas, easements, sidewalk, or other areas dedicated to or commonly used for pedestrian or bicycle traffic.

Colorado Revised Statute 42-4-710(3) also applies to the restriction.

Police - Toy Vehicles

Show All Answers

1. Can toy vehicles be ridden on public roadways?
2. Can Toy Vehicles be ridden on sidewalks or bike trails?
3. Can a parent give permission to a child to ride a motor vehicle or recreational vehicle on the sidewalk or other areas where bicycles can be ridden?