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Arts and Humanities

Louisville’s Arts and Humanities Council and the Louisville Art Association are cooperatively promoting the arts in Louisville. Instructional programs, exhibits, displays, demonstrations, entertainment and special events are just a few of the activities planned for the Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Avenue. For additional information on the arts in Louisville, call 303-335-4903.

Auto Registration and DMV

Boulder County Clerk & Recorder
1750 33rd St., Suite 201
Boulder, CO 80301

Boulder County Annex
1376 Miners Dr.
Lafayette, Colorado
Phone: 303-413-7770
Office hours are M-F from 8:00am to 4:30pm

The office offers the following services:

  • License Plates (new & renewal) – 303-413-7710
  • Title Transfers
  • Temporary Permits
  • Assessor’s Records
  • Microfilm
  • Marriage Licenses

Driver’s License
2850 Iris
Boulder, Colorado
Phone: 303-442-3006

917 S. Main
Unit 600
Longmont, Colorado
Phone: 303-776-4073

Emissions Inspection
5655 Airport Blvd
Boulder, Colorado
Phone: 303-456-7090

1115 Bowen Circle
Longmont, Colorado
Phone: 303-776-6469

11609 Teller Street
Broomfield, Colorado
Phone: 303-456-7090


Ascent Community Church
550 McCaslin Blvd.
Phone: 303-518-8084

Calvary Boulder Valley
263 Campus Drive
(Monarch K-8)
Phone: 720-443-2501

Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints
Boulder, Colorado Stake
701 South Boulder Road
Phone: 303.665.7936

Christ the Servant Lutheran Church
506 W. Via Appia
Phone: 303.666.4655

Louisville United Methodist Church
741 Jefferson
Phone: 303.666.8812

Rock Creek Church
225 Majestic View Drive
Phone: 303-494-2927

St. Louis Catholic Church
901 Grant Avenue
Phone: 303.666.6401

Twin Peaks Seventh-Day Adventist Fellowship
9696 Pascal Drive

Golf Courses

Coal Creek Golf Course (Public) is considered one of the finest golf courses in the nation by Golf Digest Magazine, and has received the enthusiastic support of golfers throughout the area. Majestic views of the Rocky Mountains through the 6,957 yard, par 72 course, add to the enjoyment of the course. Designed to feature the natural terrain of the land and Coal Creek, the course provides an exciting challenge for the novice to accomplished golfers.

golfTelephone: 303-666-PUTT


Please see the Member Directory link for additional medical services available in the area.

Avista Adventist Hospital – Centura Health
100 Health Park Drive
Telephone: 303-673-1000

Boulder Community Hospital
1100 Balsam
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Telephone: 303-673-2273

Boulder Community Foothills Hospital
4747 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303
Telephone: 720-854-7654

Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center
200 Exempla Circle
Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Telephone: 303-689-4000
Telephone: 303-689-6999


Louisville residents display pride in their community. Well kept neighborhoods, tree-lined streets, and carefully planned open space form a transition between the old and new communities of Louisville. Bike trails and walkways link the various neighborhoods. From many locations, residents enjoy spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains to the west and vast plains to the east. The city has approximately 5,000 housing units, single family, condominiums, townhouses and apartments. Prices for new and previously owned single family homes range from mid $100,000 to above $800,000, with about 80-85% of all homes owner-occupied.

The Louisville Housing Authority (LHA) provides housing assistance to families and senior citizens.  The LHA has twenty-seven Section 8 Exisiting Housing Certificates from HUD.  The Section 8 programprovides rental assistance to very low-income families and senior citizens who live in privately owned rental units.  Currently LHA oversees all the following housing developments:
Regal Square, 255 Regal Street
Hillside Square, 502-516 West South Boulder Road
Acme Place, 504 LaFarge Street
Lilac Place, 1301 Lincoln Avenue
Lydia Morgan, 1450 Lincoln Avenue
Sunnyside, 401 East Street
For leasing information for any of these developments, please call

Longmont- 529 Coffman St., Suite 100, Longmont, 80502
Boulder- 3400 Broadway, Boulder, 80304


louisvilleHistoricalMuseumLouisville’s Historical Museum is located at 1001 Main Street, 303-666-9048 The museum is open from 10am to 3pm Tuesday through Saturday. Special tours are available upon request.


There are several Newspaper publishers to select from in this area. Below, please find a list of publishers and their delivery schedule.

Colorado Hometown Newspaper – Once per Week
The Camera – Delivered Daily
Daily Times-Call – Delivered Daily
Denver Post – Delivered Daily
The Boulder County Business Report – Published Monthly


American Legion Post 111

Boulder County Open Space
Karen Imbierowicz

CenterStage Theater Company

Chamber Leads Groups

Coal Creek Theater of Louisville
P.O. Box791

Coal Creek Rotary Club
Glenn Herrmann,President

Community Food Share

Community Newcomers Club
Serving Erie, Lafayette, Louisville and Superior
Gayle Daly

Community Scholarships
Mariana Velasquez-Schmahl, Chairman

Downtown Business Association
P. O. Box311

Foothills United Way
Barbara Pingrey, President

1400 Dixon Avenue
John Taylor, Development Director

Impact on Education
Fran Ryan, CEO

Library Foundation
951 Spruce Street

LouisvilleArt Association
Jane Evans, President
801 Grant Ave.

Louisville Art District
916 Main St.

Louisville Community Food Bank
303-666-8812, ext 2
Clair VanMeter

Louisville Cultural Council
900 W. Via Appia

LouisvilleHistorical Museum
1001 Main Street
Bridget Bacon, Museum Coordinator

LouisvilleSenior Services
900 W. Via Appia

Realities for Children Boulder County
Sydney Bergen, Executive Director

Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence
Anne Tapp, Executive Director

Seniors of Louisville
P.O. Box 270461
Senior Services-Serving Louisville Senior Citizens

Sister Carmen Community Center
Suzanne Crawford

Tri-City Elks Lodge
525 Main Street

Recreation and Facilities

Open Space
City 2,000 acres (City and Jointly Owned)
County 33,000 acres
38 Parks at 355 acres
32 Miles of Trails

Ski Areas
10 Ski Areas Within 110 Miles

39 Casinos Within 43 Miles

Louisville Public Library
950 Spruce Street
Telephone: 303-666-6037

Recreation Center Campus
Tennis Courts Outdoor Inline Hockey Rink and Skate Park

Louisville Recreation Center
900 W. Via Appia – 303-666-7400
109,000 square feet, racquetball courts, aerobic studio, circuit weight room, gymnasium, 10 lap per mile indoor track, renovated senior center, cardiovascular training area, solarium and sun deck, locker rooms and family changing rooms, free weight room, hot tub, 6 lane 25 meter pool/program pool, diving well, water slide, lifestyle pool with lazy river, steam room, sauna.

P: 303-666-7400

Senior Center
Per Mile Indoor Track, Senior Area, Cardiovascular Training Area, Solarium

Sports Complex
4 Lighted Baseball Fields & 11 multi-use Soccer/Football fields


The City of Louisville has implemented a single-stream curb side recycling program.

You may continue to recycle at the following areas:

  • Boulder County Recycling Center – 1901 63rd St., Boulder 720-564-2220
  • Center for Hard to Recycling Materials – 5030 (old) Pearl St., Boulder 303-444-6634
  • Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off – 5880 Butte Mill Rd., Boulder 303-441-4800

For further information, please contact the Public Works Department, 303-335-4608.
For more information about recycling in Boulder County, visit Eco Cycle.

Post Office

Louisville Post Office
566 McCaslin Boulevard


Boulder Valley School District
P: 720-561-5824
6500 Arapahoe Road
Boulder, CO

Coal Creek Elementary (k-5)
P: 720-561-4500
801 Tamarisk

Fireside Elementary (k-5)
P: 720-561-7900
845 W. Dahlia

Front Range Community Campus
P: 303-466-8811
P: 303-404-5550
3645 W. 112th Avenue

Louisville Elementary (k-5)
P: 720-561-7200
400 Hutchinson

Louisville Middle School (6-8)
P: 720-561-7400
1341 Main St.

Monarch (k-8)
P: 720-561-4000
263 Campus Drive

Monarch High School (9-12)
P: 720-561-4200
329 Campus Drive

St. Louis – Parochial (k-8)
P: 303-666-6220
25 Grant Ave.

University of Colorado
P: 303-492-1411
Campus Box B-7
Boulder, CO 80309

Shopping Service Areas

  • Centennial Center
  • Centennial Valley
  • Cherry Street
  • Christopher Village
  • Christopher Plaza
  • Colony Square
  • Highway 42
  • Historic Downtown
  • Louisville Plaza
  • Marketplace Center
  • McCaslin Boulevard
  • Pine Street Plaza
  • South Boulder Road
  • Village Shopping Center

Social Services

Boulder County Department of Housing & Human Services

3400 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

529 Coffman St., Suite 100
Longmont, CO 80501


Office hours are from 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday – Friday.


Property Tax 2003 & Typical City Levy Distribution

Mill Levies
Boulder County – 21.867
Louisville City (2006) – 6.710
Boulder Valley Schools (57%) – 37.685
(The Mill levy is the dollar of tax per $1000 of assessed value.)

Sales Tax & Licensing Division
Sales Tax Rate Breakdown
Effective January 1, 2020
State of Colorado 2.9%
County of Boulder 0.984%
City of Louisville 8.64%
Total 12.52%

2002 Taxes for a Residential House:
Taxes are approximately 1% of the total value of property.
(Source: Boulder County Assessor)

Other Taxes
Worker’s compensation rates – vary by industry, call Colorado Compensation Authority 303-837-4100.

State Unemployment Insurance Taxes
Taxes are based on taxable wage base call Colorado Department of Labor & Employment, 303-837-4000.


The Regional Transportation District (RTD)
1707 Exposition Drive
Boulder, Colorado
Telephone: 303-299-6000
The RTD has scheduled stops in Louisville. Call for information on route and schedule information.

Denver International Airport (DIA)
DIA is located 40 miles from Louisville. It is the nations largest airport in land area with service from 18 major airlines.

Boulder Municipal Airport
Located 11 miles from Louisville. It has 4,100 foot hard surface runway with general aviation services available.

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
Located 3 miles from Louisville with a 9,000 foot main and a 7,000 foot secondary runway.

Trash Removal

For single family homes
Provided by Republic Services
Billing by City of Louisville


Gas and Electricity
Telephone: 1-800-895-1999
New Services Residential/Commercial

Water and Sewer
City of Louisville
749 Main Street
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Telephone: 303-335-4501

Trash Removal
City of Louisville
749 Main Street
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Phone: 303-335-4501

Cable TV
Comcast Cable Television
Servicing the City of Louisville
Phone: 303-776-6600

Wastewater City of Louisville
749 Main Street
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Telephone: 303-335-4780

Residential: 1-800-244-1111
Business: 1-800-603-6000

Voter Registration

Boulder County Clerk & Recorder
1376 Miners Drive
Lafayette, Colorado
Telephone: 303-413-7710

To vote in Colorado you must be 18 years of age, a resident of Colorado, living in and registered in your precinct 25 days prior to an election and a U.S. citizen by birth or naturalization.