Boulder County transitions to Safer at Home starting May 9th. All City facilities are closed until further notice with the exception of Coal Creek Golf Course, which has reopened to the public. For more information, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

Front Range at dusk from 88th


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Message from the Mayor - Resources for Questions & Assistance

Post Date:04/01/2020 9:04 AM

Dear Louisville Residents,

I hope you’re doing well and have been able to get outside and enjoy the spring weather (safely at a minimum distance of 6 feet from others)! We are still under the order from Governor Polis to stay at home. Here are a few reminders on available resources and other important information:

Contact Information for Help & Information

  • If you have questions about the order or other topics related to COVID-19, please visit the State’s website at Many questions can be answered through the resources at this site. If something is still unclear, you should call CO-Help at 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911 or email For human and social services-related issues, please call 2-1-1.
  • Still have questions? You can call the Boulder County Call Center at 720-776-0822. Please note that specific legal guidance cannot be provided. The Center is open 8 am–8 pm, 7 days a week.
  • You can submit reports of violations of the stay at home order to Boulder County at You can also submit violation reports to the Colorado Attorney General is taking reports of violations at

Emergency Childcare Resources in Boulder County

  • Are you a city or county employee who is performing essential services during the COVID-19 response? If so, emergency childcare resources are available. You can find information at Please complete the Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative Survey on this page to register your need for support.

Outdoor Etiquette

  • We continue to receive reports of gatherings at parks, playgrounds and other City facilities like Coal Creek Golf Course. With more people than ever enjoying the outdoors, it is essential that everyone practice proper etiquette and continued social distancing.
  • Please stay on designated sidewalks and trails and dispose of waste properly. Keep pets leashed and pick up and dispose of pet waste. Avoid crowded trails and try to enjoy the outdoors during off-peak hours.  Move to the side of the trail when people are approaching so that all can safely pass. Stay home if you are feeling sick and be considerate and kind to others.
  • Reminder: all Louisville playgrounds, picnic shelters, public restrooms, tennis courts, basketball courts and ball fields are closed until further notice to help maintain social distancing guidelines. Parks and trail remain open. Please use them safely and responsibly.
  • You can learn more at

The City is updating information daily on its website ( We also have information about community resources at and additional information for local businesses at

Please remember to comply with all public health orders and stay at home to do our part to help slow the spread. Thanks to the Louisville community for your support during this time!



Mayor Ashley Stolzmann

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