Welcome to Louisville
Historic and charming suburban Colorado town
Louisville is a small, warm town in Boulder County with a neat downtown area, great parks, lakes, and hiking trails. Known for its proximity to the beautiful Rocky Mountains and about 20-minutes away from Boulder, Louisville is a dense suburban town where everyone has a great sense of community. The area provides a unique home-town feeling that you’ll quickly fall in love with and will be happy to raise your family in.
Louisville offers residents more than just the Rock Mountains and trails; there are also multiple lakes, parks, its dainty downtown area, and a plethora of other recreational and athletic activities. Due to its location near the mountain range, residents enjoy moderate to warm weather in the summer months, while the other months range from cool to cold.
The small, quiet 8.06 square-mile city, perfect for those seeking an area that is welcoming and charming, has homes and properties that’ll accommodate your unique and personal preferences. Houses range in styles, from old and vintage to modern with newly renovated interiors, and are listed from starting prices around $499k and vary to as high as $900k.
What to Love
- Suburban area
- hiking trails and parks
- Friendly and welcoming
People & Lifestyle
Louisville is a primarily quiet town that's perfect for those seeking an escape from the urban metropolitan areas like Boulder and Denver. The area offers various outdoor amenities and landscapes for residents to relax near. The town welcomes all of those who wish to live here: residents tend to be families with children, retirees, the elderly, and those who prefer a quieter, peaceful area.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
There’s plenty of fun and entertaining things to do here in Louisville! Whether you’re out with some friends or the family, you’ll find a variety of shops, eateries, and areas to socialize that meet you and your group’s needs.
Things to Do
Louisville residents enjoy their days at local recreational parks, outdoor markets, near or on one of the many lakes, and various other outdoor activities under the Colorado sun.
In June and July, Louisville puts together live music concerts and food trucks during Summer Concerts In The Park
. Bring chairs, picnic gear, and your pet to enjoy the late afternoon festivities. The Louisville Friday Night Summer Street Faire
, a public event that’s been happening for the past 18 years, is home to great food and performances from Colorado-based bands.
Louisville has schooling systems in place to educate children and teenagers in all grades. Some of the popular schools are:
- Louisville Elementary School, K-5
- Monarch School, K-8
- Louisville Middle School, 6-8
- Monarch High School, 9-12