Emergency Preparedness

The Broomfield Police Department Emergency System
Comprehensive information on Emergency Preparedness is available on Broomfield's Emergency Management website.   
Lookout Alert:
LookoutAlert replaces the previous emergency notification system known as CodeRED. Individuals who were signed up for CodeRED have been automatically enrolled into LookoutAlert. These residents do not need to sign up again but are encouraged to set up an account in the new platform to choose what types of alerts they want to receive and to review and update their information when necessary.
Receive emergency alerts via text, email, and/or voice message. Sign up for emergency alerts at www.lookoutalert.co. Click here for a step by step guide to assist you. There's no better time than now to be prepared for an emergency!
Through LookoutAlert, emergency responders are able to provide emergency and public safety messages to residents.
For those who might need additional assistance during an evacuation or other emergency situation, Smart911 provides first responders and emergency managers with your special assistance needs. 
CCOB Responses to Marshall Fire of December 30th, 2021
On March 10th 2022,  City and County of Broomfield (CCOB) and North Metro Fire District provided a presentation in response to concerns related to the Marshall Fire of December 30th, 2021.  Agenda topics included: Introductions, Emergency Evacuation plan, North Metro Fire and Rescue District updates (new substation and CAD to CAD integration), Proposed Village at West View Development, Open Space and parks maintenance, and Skyestone resident questions. Below are some links to documents shared with our community:
Additional information, including Broomfield's Citizen's Preparedness Guide, is also available in the Lodge lobby.