Dear Louisville Residents,
Governor Polis commented this week that despite rising cases in Colorado, we still have time to turn things around. State health officials are working hard to determine how we can get the rate of the virus’ spread back down to a manageable level so we can avoid another economic shutdown. In order to do our part to limit the spread of the virus, all Coloradans should stay home whenever possible, older Coloradans and those at higher risk of suffering from complications of COVID-19 should stay at home, and we should all continue to wear facial coverings.
BVSD reopening plans
As many of you are aware, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) have released their reopening plans for the upcoming school year. To keep our schools open, we must continue to limit the spread of COVID-19 so please continue to follow all of the advice I mentioned above.
As part of the City’s phased reopening plans, the Louisville Public Library reopened to patrons for limited hours. Everyone is required to wear a facial covering, practice social distancing, wash their hands, and limit time in the library to 30 minutes or less, if possible. The popular Curbside Service will also continue.
The Recreation Center reopened on July 1 and I’ve heard that guests are doing a great job of following safety guidelines and the requirement to wear a facial covering. Thank you to everyone for continuing to do their part to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Read this message on the City's website for links to more info and to sign up for email alerts. https://www.louisvilleco.gov/H…/Components/News/News/4743/17
The Library is open with limited hours for browsing, holds pick-up and computer …
The Library is open with limited hours for browsing, holds pick-up and computer use.
The Library will continue to operate Curbside Holds Pick-Up. Please visit our website for more information. >> http://ow.ly/aqM050AHGJG
Learn more about our Current Services, including information about donations, returning materials, our safety guidelines and what to expect on your next visit to the library, visit our website. >> http://ow.ly/EdPB50AHGJH
In May, residents were able to have home energy kits delivered through our partn…
In May, residents were able to have home energy kits delivered through our partnership with Xcel Energy. Over that time, 331 kits were delivered!
With all installed, 81,412 kilowatt hours of energy will be saved. That’s the greenhouse gas equivalent of 12.4 passenger vehicles driven for one year.
Reintroduction Update: BVSD now planning to begin school remotely on August 26
As we just shared with our Board of Education this afternoon, after reviewing the data we have collected over the past couple weeks, we have decided to start the school year on Wednesday, August 26 in Phase 1 – Home Learning. Read the message from Superintendent Anderson for more information.
After reviewing the data we have collected over the past couple weeks, we have decided to start the school year on Wednesday, August 26 in Phase 1 – Home Learning.
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