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In the area that is now known as "Broomfield", Adolpf Zang ultimately purchased 4,000 acres of land which included a train stop that later came to be known as "Zang's Spur" in 1885 and the years following. At the turn of the century, Broomfield itself was a little town in the area around 120th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard.
A grocery, hotel, Grain elevators and other thriving businesses are what drew the farmers in the area together: forming the Crescent Grange organization in 1989. Soon after, a petition for postal service was tendered. The era of the horseless carriage brought about the demise of the Denver & Interurban Rail Road in 1926, finally ending service completely in 1967.
Broomfield has an extensive trail system that connects the various lakes and parks. We have been moving people to and from, in and around Broomfield, Colorado since 2004. Just fill out our moving quote form and we will gladly send out our Broomfield Moving Company movers to get your job done right the first time!