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Governor Extends Stay At Home Order and Other Updates

Post Date:04/08/2020 8:34 AM

Dear Louisville residents

Governor extends Stay At Home Order

On Monday, Governor Polis extended the Stay At Home Order to April 26. The details of the original Order remain the same and the message is still to stay at home the maximum amount that you can.

I ask that you join me in continuing to observe the Governor’s Order. I know it’s not always easy, but this only works if we work together. Staying at home and following the steps below, including wearing a cloth, non-medical facemask when you go out, will help protect all Coloradans.

Follow the rules of our parks and open space

These are stressful times and I know that getting outdoors helps many of us look after our physical and mental health.

So that we can all continue to enjoy the outdoors, please take the following steps when visiting our trails, parks, and open space:

  • Practice social distancing requirements and avoid close contact (within 6 ft) with people outside of your household.
  • Wear cloth, non-medical facemasks.
  • Avoid crowds (we’re currently seeing peak times on trails from 4 pm to 6 pm).
  • Stay close to home as much as possible.
  • Follow all of the rules and etiquette of our trails, parks, and open space – including keeping dogs on leash.
  • Enjoy the concrete trails on Coal Creek Golf Course, but help us protect the tees, fairways, bunkers, and greens by staying off of them so we can re-open for play as soon as possible (these features are very costly to repair).

Be kind

While we look after ourselves and our loved ones, it’s important to remember that this is also a time to show kindness and compassion to everyone in our community with our words and actions.

Thank you for your continued cooperation. I’ve included a list of helpful resources and links below where you can find more information.

Sincerely,

Mayor Stolzmann

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How to follow the Governor’s Stay At Home Order

  • Stay at home the maximum amount that you can.
  • Wear cloth, non-medical facemasks when outside of the home – you can find info about making a homemade mask on the Colorado Mask Project website.
  • If you are sick, stay home. Contact a healthcare provider if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Wash your hands frequently – remember to wash your hands after coughing or sneezing. Wash with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Practice social distancing and avoid close contact (within 6 ft) with people outside of your household.

Links and resources:

  • The City’s COVID-19 website – The latest updates including contact information, community resources, how to support local businesses, details of City facilities closures, trail etiquette and rules, and free at-home resources for looking after your physical and mental health.
  • Questions about the Governor’s Stay At Home Order – Visit the State’s COVID-19 website. If you still have questions, call 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911 or email cohelp@rmpdc.org. For human and social services-related issues, call 2-1-1. You can also call the Boulder County Call Center at 720-776-0822. Please note that specific legal guidance cannot be provided. The County’s Call Center is open 8 am–8 pm, 7 days a week
  • Report a violation of the Stay At Home Order – Reports can be submitted via the Boulder County website or by emailing the Colorado Attorney General at covid19@coag.gov. Louisville specific calls are forwarded to the Louisville Police Department.
  • The Colorado Mask Project – Research shows that DIY masks can help block the spread of COVID-19, especially by preventing people who are asymptomatically infected from spreading the disease unknowingly. Learn how to make a homemade mask and why it’s so important to wear one outside of the home on the Colorado Mask Project website.
  • Support for businesses – Visit the City’s Business Resources page for details of support available to local businesses.
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