The Farm at Westlake

Farm at Westlake

Location: East of Lowell Boulevard, North of Westlake Village

Project Type: Residential

Project Description: The concept proposal is to subdivide an approximately 10 acre parcel of land into 43 residential lots. The proposal will feature a central drive area which will connect with the existing Julian street within Westlake Village and Briarwood Dr within the Trails at Westlake community. The homes are expected to range in price from the upper 400’s to mid-500’s.

The proposal includes an open area with pedestrian trails to the south of the Trails at Westlake Pond.

To view the full submittal please download the concept review packet within the document library.


Applicant: The Farm at Westlake, LLC

Zoning and Area Compatibility: The subject site is zoned A-3 (A) (Adams County legacy zoning) and is currently being used for residential and agricultural purposes.

The proposed use and development is consistent with the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Residential land use designation. The surrounding neighborhoods are single-family residential with lots generally being approximately 9,000 square feet in size.

City Council Meeting: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 6:00 pm. Meeting is open to the public and may be attended virtually. Please access the meeting via the City and County of Broomfield's webpage: https://www.broomfield.org/128/City-Council

Neighborhood Meeting: A neighborhood meeting will be hosted by the applicant - date and time to be determined. Prior to the neighborhood meeting, the applicant will mail notice, inviting property owners within 1,000 feet of the subject site.

Long Range Financial Plan: The proposal is consistent with the land use assumptions.

Key issues:

  • Trail connections are pivotal in this area and should be thoughtfully designed with various users in mind.
  • Lot size, placement, and configuration in relation to the existing neighborhoods and park.
  • Overall site design in context with the tract to the south that contains a trail.
  • Old farmhouse and outbuildings may need to be intensively surveyed to determine historic significance to Colorado, and/or the City and County of Broomfield.
  • Existing large trees should be protected and/or preserved as much as is practicable.

Location: East of Lowell Boulevard, North of Westlake Village

Project Type: Residential

Project Description: The concept proposal is to subdivide an approximately 10 acre parcel of land into 43 residential lots. The proposal will feature a central drive area which will connect with the existing Julian street within Westlake Village and Briarwood Dr within the Trails at Westlake community. The homes are expected to range in price from the upper 400’s to mid-500’s.

The proposal includes an open area with pedestrian trails to the south of the Trails at Westlake Pond.

To view the full submittal please download the concept review packet within the document library.


Applicant: The Farm at Westlake, LLC

Zoning and Area Compatibility: The subject site is zoned A-3 (A) (Adams County legacy zoning) and is currently being used for residential and agricultural purposes.

The proposed use and development is consistent with the 2016 Comprehensive Plan Residential land use designation. The surrounding neighborhoods are single-family residential with lots generally being approximately 9,000 square feet in size.

City Council Meeting: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at 6:00 pm. Meeting is open to the public and may be attended virtually. Please access the meeting via the City and County of Broomfield's webpage: https://www.broomfield.org/128/City-Council

Neighborhood Meeting: A neighborhood meeting will be hosted by the applicant - date and time to be determined. Prior to the neighborhood meeting, the applicant will mail notice, inviting property owners within 1,000 feet of the subject site.

Long Range Financial Plan: The proposal is consistent with the land use assumptions.

Key issues:

  • Trail connections are pivotal in this area and should be thoughtfully designed with various users in mind.
  • Lot size, placement, and configuration in relation to the existing neighborhoods and park.
  • Overall site design in context with the tract to the south that contains a trail.
  • Old farmhouse and outbuildings may need to be intensively surveyed to determine historic significance to Colorado, and/or the City and County of Broomfield.
  • Existing large trees should be protected and/or preserved as much as is practicable.
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