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The City’s phased plan to reopen facilities and services is based on our commitment to protect City staff and residents, and in adherence with the most up-to-date State of Colorado and Boulder County public health orders. To learn more about which City facilities have reopened or plan to reopen, visit the COVID-19 webpage.

Guided by the current Sustainability Action Plan adopted by City Council in November 2016, the City of Louisville continuously works towards a more sustainable future for both the natural environment and the community.

In August 2019, Louisville's City Council advanced its commitment to a healthy and sustainable community by unanimously voting to adopt Resolution 25-2019 Setting Clean Energy and Carbon Emission Reduction Goals.

2020 Sustainability Survey Results

For the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the City of Louisville ran an Informal survey via the EngageLouisville platform focused on sustainability programs, events and initiatives in the community to gather feedback. During this time, 175 participants responded. The results are not statistically significant and should not be used conclusively, however they provide an important feedback loop for City programs and communications. 

Result highlights from the survey can be found here, while full results can be found at engagelouisvilleco.org/sustainability. 

Solar energy resources for homeowners

If our recent article about solar panel permits got you interested in adding solar panels to your house, check out these resources to get you started:

EnergySmart, a Boulder County program, provides free energy advising to help you go solar. Energy advisors help find and file your application for all eligible rebates and connect you with a pre-qualified list of solar contractors all for free. Through Solar*Rewards and Net Metering, Xcel Energy offers programs to bank excess solar which is then applied back to customer’s utility billing.