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Open Space Master Plans
Broomfield Open Space, Parks, Recreation, and Trails Master Plan

The plan was formally adopted in February 2005. View the document and supporting information.
 

Metzger Farm Open Space

Pond at Metzger FarmThe Metzger Farm Open Space Master Plan was approved by the City Council on March 9, 2010. In a joint purchase, the City of Westminster and the City and County of Broomfield acquired the Metzger Farm, a 152-acre open space property on May 1, 2006.

The property is in the city of Westminster though it is bordered by Broomfield on its north and west sides. Metzger Farm is located in the northeast quadrant of the intersection of Lowell Boulevard and West 120th Avenue. The Broomfield-Westminster Open Space Foundation was established by the two governmental entities to oversee the management of Metzger Farm.

The Master Plan provides an overview of: 
  • natural features and resources
  • farmstead history and building survey
  • proposed improvements such as trails, wildlife viewing, fishing, and building stabilization, as well as estimated costs/phasing
  • management practices

An open space grant from Adams County of $346,900 will be used along with funding from Broomfield and Westminster to complete the project.

With the first phase of improvements complete, the Metzger Farm opened to the public on November 10, 2012.

View the entire Master Plan document.


Broomfield County Commons Open Space Management and Master Plan

Sunset at Tom Frost Reservoir


The Plan was adopted by the City Council in December 2004. You may view the Plan document.







The Field Master Plan


The Field is an open space bordered by 10th Avenue on the north, approximately 3rd Avenue on the south, Main Street to the west, and Ash Street to the east. A Master Plan for the space was approved by City Council on March 28, 2000. Available for viewing is a drawing of the site and the Recommendations for The Field submitted by the Open Space and Trails Committee.