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Louisville, Colorado

The City of Louisville is often recognized for its livability. Many things contribute to this exemplary quality of life and positive economic condition, including 1,700 acres of open space, dozens of great eateries, a thriving arts scene, great schools, wonderful neighborhoods and a diverse mix of employment opportunities. The city population was 18,376 at the 2010 census.

About 10 miles from Boulder and just over 20 miles from Denver, Louisville is a small Colorado community with a rich history and a vibrant culture.

Louisville offers a multitude of transportation options within the City, and its convenient location along US 36 makes it easy to reach downtown Denver and neighboring Boulder. Infrastructure investments like the McCaslin Diverging Diamond Interchange, City-wide road reconstruction and pavement improvement project and a system of hiking and biking trails make it easy to get from one part of town to another.

From a regional perspective, the Northwest Parkway offers direct access to Denver International Airport, and the Regional Transportation District’s Flatiron Flyer rapid bus transit service that runs between Denver and Boulder includes a stop in Louisville. The US 36 bikeway that connects Boulder with Westminster also passes right through Louisville.

As a home rule municipality with more than 400 employees to serve its citizenry, the City delivers a wide range of core services and operates several public facilities like the Louisville Public Library, Recreation/Senior Center, Historical Museum and Center for the Arts.

Louisville has a quality of life valued by the residents. In a citizen survey, 78 percent of the respondents rated Louisville as an “excellent” place to live. The City is committed to preserving the natural beauty of Colorado. About 26 percent of the City’s land area is dedicated to open space, parks and public spaces that are maintained by the City. This includes 32 miles of trails spread throughout the community and the Coal Creek Golf Course with its abundant water features and sweeping views of the Flatirons.

There are a wide range of industries that call Louisville home – from high tech and biomedical to aerospace engineering and manufacturing. This creates a wealth of local employment opportunities. More than 14,000 people work in Louisville.

The Colorado Technology Center, Boulder's version of the Denver Tech Center, is also in Louisville. The complex is home to numerous manufacturing and high tech companies. The town ishome to Dublin, Ireland-based medical equipment manufacturer Medtronic Corp. The Louisville site employs about 400 workers and serves as the headquarters of the company's spinal and neurosurgery navigation technology group.

Sierra Nevada Corp. Space Systems, the company that developed NASA's Dream Chaser space plane that is used to deliver cargo to the International Space Station is based in Louisville.

Louisville offers accessibility to world-class healthcare facilities like Avista Adventist Hospital and a quality public school system. Avista offers more than 500 physicians on staff and a full range of medical specialties.

The Louisville is regularly recognized as one of the best places to live due its low crime rate, open space, art scene and thriving economy.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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