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What is a gathering? – A message from the Mayor

Post Date:05/13/2020 11:43 AM

Dear Louisville Residents,

Saturday was the first day of Boulder County’s Safer at Home phase in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. There’s a lot of information out there (the state and county links are below), but the message is still to keep practicing social distancing by staying home when you can and keeping at least 6 feet apart when you can’t, practicing good hand hygiene, and wearing a mask when you can’t socially distance, such as inside of shops or on crowded trails.

One important topic is group gatherings. Gatherings of 10 people or fewer are now allowed – but remember that when attending a gathering, you must still remain 6 feet apart from people who aren’t members of your household. And let’s continue to wear facial coverings to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

Reopening of some outdoor recreational facilities

On Monday, our tennis courts, basketball courts, and dog off leash areas reopened with restrictions. These restrictions include recreating only with members of your household for tennis and basketball courts and staying home if you’re sick. While you spend time outdoors to take care of your mental and physical health, please remember that restrictions are in place to protect you and our community. We’re awaiting further guidance from Public Health about how and when the City can safely reopen other outdoor recreational facilities.

Library curbside service starts next week

The Louisville Public Library is busy preparing for the new curbside service for Louisville and Superior residents, which starts next Wednesday (May 20). If you don’t have a library card, you can apply for a card on the library’s website where you can also access lots of free online resources like daily Story Time videos.

We’re doing a great job, Louisville. Let’s keep it up.

Sincerely,

Mayor Stolzmann

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Links and resources:

  • Free Xcel home energy kits – Keep an eye on your inbox. Xcel Energy is giving each Louisville household a free home energy kit to help save energy and money. All you need to do is watch for their email dropping this week, select one of the three options, and the kit will be delivered to your home. Options include power strip kit, lighting & showerheads kit, or a lighting kit. If you don’t receive the email, you can request a kit on Xcel’s website. Offer closes May 26.
  • The City’s COVID-19 website – The latest updates including state and county links, reopening plans, contact information, community resources, trail etiquette and rules, and free at-home resources for looking after your physical and mental health.
  • Safer at Home – Residents are encouraged to read Boulder County’s Safer At Home Summary and visit Colorado’s Safer at Home website to familiarize themselves with the statewide order. 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. Specific checklists are available on Boulder County’s website for business sectors.
  • Questions for Boulder County - You can call the Boulder County Call Center at 720-776-0822. The call center is currently open Monday - Friday, 8 am - 6 pm. Please note that specific legal guidance cannot be provided.
  • Facial coverings in Louisville – Facial coverings (i.e. a covering made of cloth that covers the nose and mouth) must be worn in public anywhere in Louisville where social distancing of 6 feet cannot be maintained. This applies to both indoor and outdoor spaces, including offices and crowded trails. Additionally, facial coverings must be worn anytime you go into a business. Please visit the City’s COVID-19 website for details. If you’re having trouble getting a hold of a cloth, non-medical facemask, please consider the ideas on ColoradoMaskProject.com or get in touch with Mayor Stolzmann. Share pictures of your creative mask projects on the City's Facebook page.
  • Report a violation of the City Ordinance on facial coverings – For non-urgent violations/concerns relating to the City’s facial coverings ordinance, please email CityofLouisvilleOrders@LouisvilleCO.gov.
  • Report a violation of a public health order – Reports can be submitted via the Boulder County website. Louisville specific calls are forwarded to the Louisville Police Department.
  • Support Local – Visit the City’s Support Local website to find out how you can support our business community.
  • Support for businesses – Visit the City’s Business Resources page for details of support available to local businesses.
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