The Louisville Public Library will be closed for the holidays from Thursday, December 24 through Saturday, January 2.
During the closure, all library services, including curbside holds pick-up, We Browse forYou requests, and the ability to place holds on materials will be suspended. The Book Drop will also be closed. No current holds will expire and no fines will accrue.
The Library will reopen services with Curbside Holds Pick-Up on Sunday, January 3 at 1:00 PM.
City Hall and Museum
City Hall and the Museum will be closed for the holidays from Thursday, December 24 through Sunday, January 3.
While facilities are closed to the public, remote services are stillavailable. Customers may experience a delay in response during this period. Please contact each department for more details.
The City will continue to provide essential services to the community during this time, including emergency response, public safety, water utilities, snow removal and maintenance and operations of critical functions.
The Library will be closed from Thursday, December 24 through Saturday,… More
Free, mobile COVID-19 testing sites next week for students and staff: January …
Free, mobile COVID-19 testing sites next week for students and staff:
January 19: Whittier Elementary
January 20: Emerald Elementary and Bear Creek Elementary
January 21: University Hill Elementary and Coal
January 22: Monarch High School and Crest View Elementary
Note: Testing is not required.
You must register before going to a mobile site by visiting: http://bvsd.org/covidtesting
Once registered, student and staff can go to any of the mobile testing sites at any time. You do not need a specific appointment time. No appointment time is ever needed once you register.
For more information, answers to frequently asked questions, and to register, visit: http://bvsd.org/covidtesting
A Message from the Mayor Dear Louisville Residents, Vaccine Distribution Col…
A Message from the Mayor
Dear Louisville Residents,
Colorado is currently in Phase 1 of vaccine distribution, which includes people age 70 and older. Unfortunately our State and Countyhave very limited doses at this point, which means that not everyone who wants the vaccine can access it yet. We expect more doses soon and more information about accessing the vaccine will be available in the coming weeks.
The Federal Government’s vaccine distribution process puts the vaccine directly into the hands of various providers (hospitals, pharmacies, public health, and so on), which means there is not just one place to sign up to access your dose.
The State has today… More
Here are the highlights from Tuesday night’s Board of Education Meeting. You can…
Here are the highlights from Tuesday night’s Board of Education Meeting. You can view the entire meeting at https://youtu.be/xN7KADso87Y.
・Announcements: (timecode 2:30)
・Graduation rates went up
・Dropout rates went down from 2019 to 2020.
・Career and Technical Education certifications doubled in 2020.
・ COVID update from Boulder County Public Health and Broomfield Public Health and Environment. (timecode 5:00 – 35:45)
・Who gets vaccinations and when is determined by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. (timecode: 14:25)
・Teachers will begin vaccinations in late February or early March. (timecode… More
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