July 2020 Our Broomfield™ Magazine

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VOLUME 1 • ISSUE 1 • JULY 2020

Renovated Community Center Set to Open This Fall Broomfield FISH Helps Feed and Assist Residents Impacted by COVID-19

Let Nature Nurture Stearns Lake a Welcome Respite Photo by Pat Eichner


Inspiration for Busy Families Staying Focused on the Good Profile on Jason Vahling, City and County of Broomfield Public Health Director Building Community and Thriving in Challenging Times with the Broomfield Chamber Graduation Takes New Forms Against COVID-19 Impacts

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Renovated Broomfield Community Center Set to Open This Fall

Major renovations to improve the facilities are being finished for a planned reopening in September of this year. The updated building will house many new features and spaces that Broomfield residents can look forward to utilizing at the new community center.



Inspiration for Busy Families – Stay Focused on the Good


Public Health Director Brings Community Pride to Challenging Role Serving Others





Broomfield FISH Ramps Up Efforts to Feed and Assist Residents Impacted by COVID-19 From the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce – Building Community and Thriving in Challenging Times Graduation Joy Perseveres, Takes New Forms Against COVID-19 Impacts Let Nature Nurture You – Nearby Stearns Lake a Welcome Respite

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EDITOR It’s Our Broomfield Welcome and Thank You! I write this first column for the first issue of Our Broomfield™ Magazine extremely overwhelmed by and thankful for the warm reception we have received so far. I had been thinking about kicking off this new business venture through the winter, and right about the time that the COVID-19 virus arrived, the opportunity to get started presented itself. As businesses everywhere in sight struggled, I decided to take the leap. I have had a lot of support. My husband, my daughters, and my parents are a big part of this and have not just backed me for the past several months, but indeed for my entire life. I am fortunate to be doing this with publishing professionals and writers who I have worked with before, and I can’t thank them enough for believing in the product and being willing to put in the extra effort that start-up mode requires. I have tried to crawl out of bed each day in a COVID world with a thankful heart. Through the end of winter, working elbow to elbow with my family in our modestly cozy home, I was thankful that my job in communications and my husband’s job as a teacher were both secure and able to be performed remotely. I was thankful that our college-aged daughters could be with us and finish their semesters at home. I was thankful that we were all healthy. During this time I found quiet. At home, I found connection with my husband and kids. We talked, we laughed, we played games, and I cooked more. And as a result I found a few extra pounds (as many did). But while I was thankful, I also worried. My family did not have unmet needs. But I knew that many, many people did. We all have our ways of helping. We might give money or volunteer time or donate food when we can. Through this magazine I hope to help by creating connections and awareness and visibility; each month expanding the web of community in this place by bringing local stories to your mailbox and helping you stay connected to the people and groups that matter most to you. Here you will read about FISH and the Broomfield Community Foundation and the Chamber of Commerce (and dozens of other organizations) and how they are helping neighbors in need. You will find articles about Broomfield’s Schools and our Seniors and how to engage with different demographic groups. You will find articles about a new trail to discover or a local event to attend and tips for managing family life. And you will find out about your neighbors and local businesses, both those who helped build Broomfield and newer friends too. You won’t find politics or opinion here. I am happy to let the social media world have those things. This is a community magazine about our place, the one we all share together, and I believe there is plenty to talk about that we can all feel good about. I MUST thank each and every advertiser who took the leap and committed to support this new publication. We are here because of them! Please consider shopping local and thank you for checking out the businesses in these pages. I am so excited to begin this journey with all of you! Thanks for reading,

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EVENTS Here are a few specific instructions: Items for Donation Suitable items for donation may be left on the porch or near the house and properly labeled for donation. The Broomfield Rotary and ARC Thrift Stores will remove these donation items the same day as your cleanup in order to help reduce the volume of items going to the landfill and also to help neighbors looking for affordable used products.

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One of the great services that The City of Broomfield offers its residents each year is the Spring Cleanup program. This year’s clean up was delayed a bit due to COVID19 with most pick-ups now happening in the month of July. The dates are July 11, 18, and 25. The first zone already occurred on June 27. The annual collection of waste and donation items is a great incentive to take stock of the “stuff” in your garage, backyard, and basement and easily eliminate those no-longer-needed items. It is also a wonderful way to remove some leftover project materials, waste, and some large non-functioning items from your property.

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BUSY FAMILIES Stay Focused on the Good By Lisa Payne

What if what is happening in this world is exactly what should be happening? I don’t mean the deaths, job loss, and fear. I mean the cleaner air, slower pace, connection with nature (have you ever seen so many people outside walking?), home cooked meals, naps, and the shift of FOMO (fear of missing out) to JOMO (joy of missing out). There are so many wonderful things that are happening if we stop and pay attention. With summer in full swing and the world opening up, I hope you are able to pay attention to what you loved about your before-pandemiclife and what you want to take with you going forward from your quiet (or not so quiet) days at home during social distancing. I learned so much about myself these past few months. The biggest takeaway being how much I love having no plans. There are things I won’t let go of such as more family meals together and nonstop card games with the kids, and there are things I will be glad to let go of like overpacked schedules and a messy house. Before life goes right back to where it was and we all miss the lesson in the slower pace of life, take some time to thoughtfully list what you want to carry forward and keep it posted where you will see it every single day. As we balance being at home with a little more freedom, I wanted to share some ideas to keep your family connected and playful during these lazy days of summer. Having no travel plans doesn’t mean meaningful memories can’t be made. For those who think about food all day long such as myself, involve the kids in a culinary adventure. One way is to make popsicles (google homemade popsicles) or purchase some and have the kids recreate the ice cream truck. Put a cooler with the popsicles in a wagon and pull it around the neighborhood giving or selling treats to families. Come up with a creative name for your business or nonprofit. You could make it a weekly encounter that your neighbors look forward to. If you are into outdoor fun, how about a backyard nighttime dance party? Have the kids come up with a playlist of their favorite songs (we use Spotify), string some lights, invite a few friends, and dance the night away with your loved ones. Have prizes for the best dance moves. And don’t forget the party food and beverages which can be as easy as popcorn with pick-your-own mix-ins (candy) or root beer floats. And finally, for those lazy nights when you can’t move another bone in your body, lay a big blanket in the yard, cuddle up with your kids under the twinkling


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Broomfield Community Center Set to Open This Fall By Megan Mayes

If you have driven down Spader Way any time since September of 2018, then you have probably noticed a lot of activity happening at the Broomfield Community Center and Senior Center. Major renovations to improve the facilities are being finished for a planned reopening in September of this year. The updated building will house many new features and spaces that Broomfield residents can look forward to utilizing at the new community center. Phase 3 of the construction plan has recently started, which has brought more cosmetic and finishing touches to the Community Center side of the building as well as the demolition and reconstruction of the Senior Center. The southern portion of the facilities, including some administrative offices, meeting rooms, and Senior Services, should be open to the public beginning in mid July. When the new Broomfield Community Center is completed, there will be a celebration for the opening of all facilities. The appropriate time and events for this celebration are still being determined by the City Manager’s office and the City Council in order to account for the health and safety of residents due to COVID-19. Broomfield residents can look forward to many new and updated features in the Community Center and Senior Center. The reconstruction resulted in many useful spaces on the first floor of the building including spaces like the Lakeshore rooms which were


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originally part of the old Senior Center, as well as new spaces for childcare and preschool. Other new features on the first floor are a woodshop and creative space, a lounge and kitchen, two new classrooms, and Senior Service offices. The renovation also includes several new pool and spa options, such as both cold and warm lap pools, a therapy specific pool, and a hot tub. These swimming facilities have large locker rooms and private bathrooms and changing rooms. Across the corridor from the pools will be the gymnasium, housing two large courts for multiple sports including basketball and volleyball. Just off of the gymnasium will be a conference room and a drop-in weight room with an attached fitness room. The gymnasium will be open to the second level of the facility, where there will be a track, a drop-in fitness center, and two fitness studios for classes and lessons. The second level will also have a balcony over the cold lap pool, three classrooms, an additional conference room, and several Recreation Administrative offices. Images of the plans and more details are available at https:// www.broomfieldvoice.com/BCCReconstruction/. Clay Shuck is the Director of Parks, Recreation, and Senior Services for Broomfield and he has been involved in the entire process of the Community Center Reconstruction. He was able to provide some insight into the new functions and features of the building. He is most excited for people to see the new Lakeshore rooms, which will have fantastic views of the Brunner Reservoir and be available for events like weddings and parties. Of his experience, Clay said “Working with the all the city staff, the design team, and the construction team to complete a project for the community has been the best part of the experience. Everyone keeps the end result of the community use of the building as the primary goal.” Broomfield residents can look forward to many exciting events and opportunities at the newly reconstructed Community Center.

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Public Health Director Brings

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Jason Vahling holds a significant position in our Broomfield community which many of us have only come to recognize during the city response to the COVID-19 health crisis, but he has been doing important work for residents long before these recent events. Jason is the Director of Public Health for the City and County of Broomfield, and his work extends far beyond pandemic response in our hometown. Jason also has been chosen as the President-Elect for the Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officials. Jason has been working in the public health profession for more than 20 years, starting with the Colorado state health department. He was there for about 12 years, when the opportunity to return to our community arose. When the position for Public Health Director opened in Broomfield in 2014, Jason saw the opportunity to get back to the city where he had spent a lot of time with family as a kid. He felt very lucky to get the job, which aligned with his initial motivation of work in public health: to make a difference for his community, particularly those who are underserved. He has always appreciated how residents are willing to step up and help a neighbor in need, even as the community has grown from the small town it used to be. Jason believes these strong community ties allow us to better address challenging issues. For Jason and his team, there is never a normal day at work, which makes for exciting and challenging interactions that draw them back day after day. As Public Health leaders, they do their best to focus on an attitude of “we not me,” and to clearly define a vision for promoting and protecting community health in every regard. On a daily basis, Jason’s team works to engage the community and needs through the health improvement


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plan, as well as work through any new or on-going health issues. They do this work by assessing and addressing the efforts that will have the greatest impact on health in Broomfield. Jason is proud to have worked on a campaign which recently focused on the rise in teen vaping in Broomfield and across Colorado. The success and strength of these changes were created in the unified voice of the community saying “we care about our teens.” From this, Jason’s team was able to help the Broomfield City Council pass ordinances to raise the minimum age for tobacco products and expand smoke-free policies to outdoor areas. This work has had many lasting impacts, but one of the most creative and innovative was the formation of an advisory board named Youth for Youth. This board is made up of teenage Broomfield residents who work with the Community That Cares Coalition to bring the youth perspective to health issues, and provide resources to other teenagers on topics like substance abuse and mental health. Events like the COVID-19 pandemic make the work of Public Health more apparent, despite their normal contributions being ever-present in many facets of our dayto-day lives. Jason’s primary message for our Broomfield community is: “Public health is all of our responsibility. I am thankful for how Broomfield handles public health challenges, especially how the community has stepped up (as usual) to deal with an unprecedented event. We are all in this together and it is everyone’s responsibility to protect public health.” For the latest local COVID-19 updates visit: www.broomfield.org/671/News-Center

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Broomfield FISH Ramps Up Efforts to Feed and Assist Residents Impacted by COVID-19 By Kristen Beckman


roomfield FISH, a food bank and family resource center, serves the community’s most vulnerable residents, more than half of whom are children, seniors on a fixed income, and those with disabilities. That’s why when COVID-19 hit, the organization jumped into action to make sure members of the community had access to food, critical services, and shelter during the crisis. FISH typically serves Broomfield County residents living at or below 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines, with food, rent, and utility assistance, transportation assistance, and more. During COVID-19, services have been extended to additional residents in need. “We know that low-income families — particularly hourly wage workers across industries — have been severely impacted by the health and economic effects of this virus,” said Emily CrouseJoo, the organization’s community engagement and fundraising specialist. “FISH is partnering with many other organizations to help ensure that no residents go hungry or become homeless.” FISH shifted to a drive-up distribution model rather than “Broomfield FISH is a shelf-shop marketplace for food delivery and provided other immensely grateful for the services via call-in appointments during the crisis. Broomfield support and generosity of County residents have been able to pick up milk, frozen meat, our community, who have personal care kits, baby items, and cleaning products once per continued to lift us up during week and supplies have been provided directly to seniors and these difficult times” those with disabilities in coordination with Meals on Wheels and Easy Ride. In one unique example of collaboration, FISH worked with Health and Human Services, the Refuge, and the Broomfield Community Foundation to provide one month of lodging to 36 residents experiencing homelessness so they would have a safe place to go during the state’s “Stay at Home” order. FISH said it is seeing nearly double the number of families seeking assistance since the pandemic began and is distributing 48 percent more food compared with the same time last year. In April, FISH helped 3,400 residents and distributed 145,000 pounds of food, driving its operating expenses up $65,000 per month higher than normal. FISH also has seen a spike in the number of families seeking emergency rent and utility assistance as unemployment and economic uncertainty increase. FISH normally hosts two big events each year to fund its operations — Broomfield Idol in June and the Harvest of Hope luncheon in October. It also works with neighborhoods,


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businesses, and community groups who sponsor food drives throughout the year, and it participates in online campaigns such as Giving Tuesday and Colorado Gives Day to encourage collective giving and matching funds. In order to continue serving the community during COVID-19, FISH has launched the Neighbors Helping Neighbors Challenge with a goal to raise $100,000 through community leaders. Broomfield residents can help FISH with monetary contributions, which help fund targeted needs including purchasing between $20,000 and $30,000 of food each month and $35,000 in emergency financial assistance. Citizens also can provide food donations at bins located at local King Soopers locations. FISH encourages supporters to sign up for King Soopers Rewards cards, Amazon Smile, and company matching programs to direct funds to FISH. “Broomfield FISH is immensely grateful for the support and generosity of our community, who have continued to lift us up during these difficult times,” said Crouse-Joo.

THANK YOU from Broomfield FISH! We are so grateful to the entire Broomfield community -businesses, individuals, churches, foundations & our Neighbors Helping Neighbors fundraising champions -- for your generous support during the pandemic. Because of your contributions, FISH was able to prevent hunger and homelessness for more than 7,500 residents in crisis!

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Building Community and Thriving in Challenging Times By Sam Taylor, President

It is with great excitement that the Broomfield Chamber welcomes the inaugural issue of Our Broomfield™ Magazine. We look forward to working with Tina Eichner and her team as they bring meaningful articles to its pages, providing a great way for local businesses to reach their current and future customers. While the Broomfield Chamber has been impacted by global events just like most organizations in the world, that has not slowed us down at all. Though our in-person events have been canceled, postponed, or moved to a virtual platform, we are working diligently to continue giving our businesses access to the information and resources they need to survive in this unprecedented climate. Our staff has been involved in helping companies apply for PPP loans, get the latest information on the virus, and understand what federal, state, and local governments have been doing to try to offset the worst effects of the shutdown. Many months after the first COVID-19 case came to Colorado, we are still trying to rebuild and come to some type of normalcy. “The new normal” is a phrase that is tossed out to describe what we are going through. But there is no normal, only what we must deal with this week, which is different from last week, and will be different from next week. It is critical that we try to stay positive and do what we can to continue to move forward, whatever that looks like. To help, the Broomfield Chamber and the Broomfield Community Foundation have teamed up to help our small businesses by offering grants to help them with their reopening expenses. This is funded by other businesses and by people like you. As you think about all the small businesses that may not be able to survive current challenges, please consider donating at https://broomfield.fcsuite.com/erp/donate/ create?funit_id=1174, or contact the Chamber or Community Foundation. Any amount will help, but the more you can donate to the fund the more small businesses that we can help. Whether it’s your favorite restaurant, local retailer, or maybe a service company, think about your neighbors and friends who are still struggling. Many of these small companies were not considered “essential” so were not able to be open, and most of them are not set up to telecommute. This is just one of the ways the Broomfield Chamber is working to make sure


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our economy continues to thrive. From introducing business owners to other business owners, to our Leadership Broomfield Program, to our Leads Groups and Speed Networking events, we are there to add a human face to our business community and help all of us thrive no matter what happens. Through it all the Chamber has been there with resources for all. It may be an old saying that has gotten a little stale, but it is true that a rising tide raises all boats. As long as we can work together so that people can work, play, and shop locally, we have no doubt that Broomfield will continue to be the world class community that we have been proud to be a part of for the last sixty years!

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Graduation Joy

Perseveres, Takes New Forms Against COVID-19 Impacts By Allison Eichner

In the wake of COVID-19, countless momentous events slipped away as we stayed home throughout the spring and early summer. For Broomfield students, these moments included spring sports seasons, dances, and, most notably, graduation ceremonies for high school seniors. Between postponed graduation ceremonies and the alternative virtual celebrations that were held, schools tried their best to make sure the senior class of 2020 was not forgotten amidst the pandemic. Legacy, Broomfield, and Holy Family High Schools all got creative in adapting end of year traditions and adding new ones to accommodate social distancing.

Broomfield High School While Broomfield High could not make up for every missed end of year event, administrators made an effort to show seniors how proud they were. Along Tenth Avenue bordering the school’s campus, the administration placed a yard sign for each graduate in the grass creating a sea of support. Students were welcome to go grab their sign for their own yards. On what would have been Broomfield High’s regularly scheduled graduation day, students and parents drove down Tenth Avenue into the senior parking lot to celebrate with teachers and administrators lining the sidewalks. The parade was an opportunity for the BHS community to send-off seniors together as a school. In addition to their adapted celebrations, Broomfield High School has also made the decision to host a postponed graduation ceremony the morning of July 21, 2020. Finals details for the event will be set in July. Check www.brh.bvsd.org for the latest information.


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Holy Family High School Holy Family High School also decided to postpone its graduation ceremony. The ceremony is scheduled for July 23, 2020, with details still being finalized. Seniors had a chance to say goodbye to friends and teachers while picking up personal yard signs from the school’s campus during their last scheduled week of school. Friends signed the back of each other’s yard signs to tribute their time together at Holy Family. Recognition of students continued into the summer on the Holy Family High School social media accounts. Every day a new student’s senior portrait was posted along with the university they are attending in the fall. For details about the postponed graduation for Holy Family visit www.holyfamilyhs.com.

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Legacy High School Legacy High School moved their senior dessert celebration online this spring. The virtual event featured staff and student speakers as well as scholarship awards and senior superlatives. In addition, the school hosted a graduation parade for 2020 seniors. Students, parents, and staff drove down 136th Avenue into the Legacy High School parking lot to celebrate graduates together as a school. Legacy principal Sarah Marx said, “The parade was something new specific to this class. Both students and staff felt like the parade was a nice way to bring some closure to the school year. When we left school on March 13, we all assumed that we would return at some point in the semester.” She added, “Students and staff both mentioned wanting an opportunity to say good-bye and have a nice send off for our seniors. We had some parents that helped get this started with the City of Broomfield and then we were able to work together on a plan that would allow for some celebration, while maintaining health/safety guidelines.” While Legacy High also has already hosted four mini ceremonies for graduates where “students were able to have their diplomas awarded to them at Legacy,” Marx says a full ceremony is being planned for July 21 at 10:00 a.m. at Five Star Stadium. Details of the event are still being finalized to ensure the health and safety of everyone in attendance. Check the school website at www.legacy.adams12.org for information.

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Broomfield resident Jeff Swoboda, along with a canine companion, visits nearby Stearns Lake at the Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm. Photo by Bette Erickson.

Let Nature Nurture You Nearby Stearns Lake a Welcome Respite By Bette Erickson

There was a lovely mantle of clouds hanging in a suede gray sky the afternoon I visited Stearns Lake. If, like me, you enjoy hiking near water, you may appreciate a visit to the nearby lake. “I like Stearns Lake because of its proximity to Broomfield, and amazing views of the Front Range,” explained longtime Broomfield resident Jeff Swoboda. “Stearns Lake elicits a feeling of calm and being away from noise and traffic, even if it is less than a mile from Dillon Road.” It’s a great place to bird watch, take a short hike, and forget about your cares, he added. The lake is the lovely centerpiece of the 1,136-acre Carolyn Holmberg Preserve at Rock Creek Farm. Originally, the landscape, dominated by grasses, was a ranch during the 1859 gold rush and was later purchased by Mary and Lafayette Miller. The Overland Mail Stage operated a Pony Express stop here in 1870. A visit to Stearns Lake includes sweeping mountain views and a tranquil and earthy landscape essentially kept in its natural state. With an emphasis on preserving the habitat for wildlife, the area is a favorite among Broomfield open


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space enthusiasts. The Preserve offers trailhead parking, rest rooms, a picnic pavilion, informational kiosks and nearly a half-dozen important trail connections. From the areas, cyclists, runners, and hikers can access the Cradleboard Trail, the Lac Amora Link Trail, the Mary Miller Trail, the Ruth Roberts Connector Trail, and the Rock Creek Regional Trail system. The pond attracts grebes, cormorants, and herons during the summer, and waterfowl during spring and fall migrations. It is also a popular habitat for great horned owls, magpies, kingfishers, raccoons, and numerous songbirds. One leisurely hiking option from the

parking area is to walk onto the wide, flat, crushed-gravel trail that borders the southeast side of Stearns Lake. Following that route offers a constant view across open water bordering the gently sloping lakeshore marsh. Boulder County is currently working on an updated management plan for the property. Following the trail north and east, you’ll parallel a double fence line and cross open grassland that is pitted with prairie dog burrows, eventually ending at a smaller parking lot on the south side of Dillon Road. Turn around and return the way you came. The preserve is named in memory of Carolyn Holmberg, director of Boulder County Parks and Open Space from 1983 to 1998. Not only is the area close to Broomfield, it offers visitors an opportunity to get some exercise either walking, biking or running its easy routes. Fishing is available along the shoreline, however boats and other watercraft are not permitted on Stearns Lake.



The annual Broomfield Trail Adventure gives residents the chance to explore the beauty and diversity of nature through our City’s vast parks and trails network. Participate in the virtual Broomfield 100, using the Broomfield 100 App and plan trail visits, find areas of interest, and add your name to the community guestbook to share your trail adventures while practicing social distancing. The Broomfield 100 promotes outdoor exercise, healthy living, and learning about Broomfield and its trail system. It is not necessary to cover the entire mileage of every trail, but rather to visit the site, learn the trail connections, and enjoy the area.

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Trail Information: To the trailhead: Drive about one mile west on Dillon Road off of U.S. 287, turn right to go south on 104th Street and travel 0.7 mile to the parking area on the left. Rock Creek Farm is located on the southwest quadrant of U.S. 287 and Dillon Road in Boulder County. Distance: Varies, depending on routes taken. While the trail does not completely circle the lake, it does connect to other footpaths. Difficulty: Easy Elevation Gain: Negligible Dogs: Yes, on leash


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Fire Up the Grill, Not Your House By Sara Farris, Public Information Officer – North Metro Fire District


he days are longer, and the weather is perfect for outdoor grilling or enjoying a fire pit with your family. By keeping safety in mind, we can all enjoy our outdoor spaces without incident. Every year, North Metro Fire crews respond to home fires resulting from improper use of a backyard BBQ grill or fire pit. In fact, July is the peak month for grilling-related fires (National Fire Protection Association). To protect your patio and home from catching on fire, remember these tips when grilling out or enjoying a recreational fire. Make space between your grill and your house. Do not grill under an eave or

in a garage, and keep the grill away from flammable items such as low-lying tree branches, fencing, deck railings, and furnishings. Check your propane. Hoses can erode over

time, so be sure to check your propane tank for any leaks. Sometimes you can smell a propane leak, but you should also try applying a soap and water solution to the hose and looking for bubbles released. If there’s a leak, turn off the gas and have your grill serviced by a professional. Let your charcoal chill. We love the taste of

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