New Resident Resources
New to Baseline? Welcome home! To help make it easier for you to acclimate to life in our community, we’ve compiled this list of resources. Please note, most of the links on this page require you to log into our site (see “website registration” below).
The first thing you’ll want to do (if you haven’t already) is register for this website. Once approved, you’ll be able to log in to view resident-only content on this site and you’ll start receiving resident-only emails from Baseline Community Life.
When you register for the resident website, you must agree to the Baseline Resident Agreement, which lays out the rules for use of this website. Read through it to ensure you know what’s allowed and what’s prohibited.
Assessments are the fees you pay each month to the Baseline Community Association. Learn your options for paying them, when they’re due, and where to send them on our assessments webpage.
Services & Utilities
Not sure who to call to set up services for your new home? Check out our services and utilities webpage. It’s your guide to navigate the utility and other services in Baseline. Fill out this form to set up your trash service.
There are multiple nonprofit entities in place to help ensure the vision and integrity of the community stay intact. The organizations are distinct yet complementary, each with the goal to keep the lifestyle experience at its best.
Baseline has specific community standards on the books to keep our community (and your property value) desirable now and into the future. Read this blog to get an overview, then dive in for more information on our community standards webpage.
The individuality of your home is key to neighborhood character, but we all have different tastes and styles. The design review process provides consistency in the quality of exterior home modifications that Baseline residents wish to make.
Community Concern Form
We need everyone’s help to maintain our neighborhood’s unique character and high-quality standards. As a resident, you can help report community concerns and damages that require our attention. Just fill out this fully online Community Concern form.
Not sure what’s appropriate to submit through the form? Read this blog to get a better understanding.
Resident clubs help build neighbor-to-neighbor connections over shared interests and passions. Love to road or mountain bike? Does playing card games float your boat? Maybe brewing beer is your thing? We encourage you to start a club.
Let’s be real. Wildfires are a reality of living in Colorado’s arid climate. When they happen nearby, we want fast notification. Stay in the know with real-time alerts from Broomfield’s emergency responders by signing up for CodeRED — Broomfield’s emergency alert system.
There are several eco-friendly ways to get where you need to go. For walking and biking, check out Broomfield and Boulder County bike maps. For local bus routes to DIA, Boulder, Denver and Fort Collins, visit RTD.
Contact Baseline Staff
Your Baseline Community Life Team is here to answer any questions you might have. Use our contact webpage to get in touch with us.
Take our Survey
We want to hear from you—our early adopters, aka Baseline Makers—about your interests and passions. Please take this brief survey so we know what interests you and your family have, and what organizations and causes are meaningful to you. We’ll use this information to create programming that speaks to you, including clubs and groups, volunteerism, events, and fitness and outdoor activities.