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The State of Colorado has issued a Public Health Order asking residents to stay at home through April 11th. Effective March 16th at 5 pm, all City facilities are closed until further notice. For more information, click here. The Recreation/Senior Center, Library, Museum and Arts Center continue to be closed.

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City facility update in response to COVID-19

Post Date:03/13/2020 9:51 AM

Effective March 14, 2020, the following City facilities will be closed until further notice: Recreation & Senior Center, the Library, the Museum and Arts Center. We’ve made the decision to close these facilities in an effort to reduce community transmission of the virus consistent with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Boulder County Public Health recommendations. 

Please note: the Police Department, City Hall and Coal Creek Golf Course remain open at this time. The Senior Meal Site will offer curbside service during this closure starting on March 16th. If you have questions, please call before visiting City facilities.

To view the list of cancelled or postponed events, visit the City's website and view the calendar at https://www.louisvilleco.gov/calendar. For cancelled or postponed events and programs at the Recreation & Senior Center, visit https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/recreation-senior-services. For an upcoming court date, visit https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/city-clerk-s-office/municipal-court.

The City of Louisville has been monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and will continue to do so. The health and well-being of the community is our top priority, and the City is committed to helping prevent the spread of the virus in our public spaces.

In regards to this decision, Mayor Ashley Stolzmann says, “We are implementing policies that will protect public health and prevent the spread of the virus. We will continue to be proactive and work with our partner organizations in order to limit exposure and community-wide spread, especially to the most vulnerable populations.”

You can find additional information on the City’s website at https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/coronavirus-update. If you have questions, please contact Boulder County Public Health or the Boulder Office of Emergency Management. You can also call the Colorado Health Emergency Line at 1-877-462-2911 or email at cohelp@rmpdc.org for answers in English and Spanish.

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