17 Boulder residents have been newly diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past three days. Many of the residents reported attending parties in the Hill neighborhood between May 25 and June 4 and a protest march in Boulder on June 5. Some of those recently diagnosed with the virus reported ill household members and recent travel. Boulder County Public Health is seeking residents who were potentially exposed at these events. Learn more >> http://ow.ly/Swor50A6HPj
City Council will hold a Special Meeting tonight (Tuesday) at 6 PM to consider e…
City Council will hold a Special Meeting tonight (Tuesday) at 6 PM to consider extending the closure of Main Street for outdoor dining through at least Q1 2021. This is an alternative to existing plans to continue outdoor seating areas in on-street parking spaces and offer curbside grab-n-go spots.
Potential impacts of the closure extension could include ongoing detour of RTD buses and reduced parking supply. Outdoor dining is subject to public health orders and availability may change based on current restrictions.
The session is open to the public and comments are welcome. Visit the City Calendar for meeting links and packet materials. https://www.louisvilleco.gov/…/Comp…/Calendar/Event/28170/18
Local Businesses during COVID-19 | City of Louisville, CO
Small Business Saturday (November 28) is a great day to support Louisville’s businesses, but our businesses need your support ALL holiday season. So show some ‘Local Love’ to Louisville's business community by shopping, ordering food, or using services locally. With the changing nature of the public health restrictions in place to limit the spread of COVID-19, online shopping and ordering food to pick up are great ways to support local businesses. Gift cards and FaceTime personal shopping are just a couple of the creative options being offered when stores are operating with capacity restrictions. Visit LouisvilleCO.gov/SupportLocal for more ways to Support Local in Louisville.
Boulder County is currently in 'Level Red, Severe Risk' on the Colorado COVID-19 Dial. Learn more at the COVID-19 webpage.
Children and Teens are invited to join us for a cozy winter reading program, fro…
Children and Teens are invited to join us for a cozy winter reading program, from November 23 thru January 8, to warm up with a good book (or two!) We are serving up some fun reading activities and will treat you to a FREE book when you register. Earn other fun prizes as you eat–oops, we mean read!! Easy as pie!
For more information, to register your child and download a printable reading log online, visit our website >>www.LouisvilleCO.gov/WinterReading
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