AMERICA'S #1 SMALL TOWN FOR FAMILIES
Nestled just 9 miles east from the City of Boulder, the home of the Colorado University (CU) campus, Louisville surrounded by the towns of Lafayette, Broomfield and Superior. The town has a perfect combination of modern flavor and historic feel, which emboldens the fact that Colorado is a blend of both the old and new. With wonderful schools, cycling paths, and an involved community, the population of 19,000 loves to call Louisville home.
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LOUISVILLE MARKET STATISTICS
Although it started as a rough mining community, the City of Louisville has grown through to become one of the best places in which to live. Our wonderful city ranked #4 for by “Money Magazine” in its 2015 feature “Best Places to Live in America”. In past years Louisville has has ranked #1 and #2 in large part due to its friendly Main Street, great schools, tons of local events and safe community.
This remarkable city has all the features home seekers look for when considering moving to a new home or town. Some of these features include favorable weather, excellent public and private K-12 schools, a low crime rate, relatively low taxes, a good transportation network and an effective health care system. Other special features include all Louisville’s lovely neighborhoods, variety of fine eateries, employment opportunities, and recreational facilities. With regards to education, Louisville has two libraries, six private schools and six public schools. The Louisville public library has one of the largest rates of circulation in Colorado and is one of the centerpieces of downtown.
Louisville is home to Coal Creek Golf Course, an award-winning 18-hole golf course in the middle of town, as well as 1,700 acres of open space, approximately 32 miles of walking and cycling trails throughout town, canyon rides, hot air balloon flights, and cycling options, among others. Some top community events includes the 4th of July Fireworks, the Labor Day Parade, Street Faires every Friday in the summer and Farmer's Markets on Saturdays. The Taste of Louisville is a very popular event on Main Street in June, closing the streets to car traffic allowing hundreds of residents and visitors to meander through the dozens and dozens of vendors. Essentially, Louisville is an excellent community in which to live.