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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, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

Governor Polis Issues Additional Public Health Orders – What It Means for You

On March 18th, Governor Polis issued two additional public health orders. Executive Order 20-07 temporarily suspends in-person instruction at all public and private elementary and secondary schools in Colorado from March 23rd to April 17th. Public Health Order 20-23 limits mass gatherings to no more than 10 people for the next 30 days. This includes all indoor (i.e. homes, businesses) and outdoor (i.e. parks, trails) locations. Public Health Order 20-22 also remains in effect. This order closes bars, restaurants, theaters, gymnasiums and non-essential personal services through April 30th.  

Please continue to practice social distancing (staying at least 6 feet away from others) and everyday hygienic actions. For more information, visit the City’s website at https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/coronavirus-update. If you have questions, please contact Boulder County Public Health. 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.

Other Updates:

  • Snow removalThe City will continue to clear snow during the City facilities closure.
  • Water operations – Our teams at Louisville’s Water and Wastewater Treatment facilities are working diligently, as they always do, to provide safe, clean drinking water to the residents of our city, and to ensure an efficient wastewater system. Learn more at https://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/coronavirus-update/your-water.
  • New website to support local Louisville businesses – The City has launched a new website where you can find out how to support local businesses during COVID-19. LouisvilleCO.gov/SupportLocal includes details of our local businesses, their social media accounts and websites, and special offers like takeout food, curbside pickup, gift cards, or online shopping. Even if you can’t buy something, this is great time to support a social media account or leave a Yelp or Google review for a business you’ve visited in the last year. Every little bit helps.
  • New Community Resources website – The City has also launched a new website where you can find local volunteer and charitable giving opportunities.
  • Free at home workout classes – If you’ve ever visited the Recreation & Senior Center there’s a good chance you’ve taken a Les Mills class. Right now they’re offering over 100 different online classes for free! These classes are a great way to look after your physical health and mental well-being while practicing social distancing.
  • Historical Museum’s Virtual Tours – Check out the Historical Museum’s virtual exhibits, Lost Louisville and Louisville's Italian Heritage! Visit their website and scroll until you see "Exhibits".
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