The City of Louisville Ohio

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03/08/2021
Stark County Health Department

March 8, 2021

Stark County Community Moving Forward, Aultman Health Foundation and Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital COVID-19 vaccine informational video.

Stark County Community Moving Forward, Aultman Health Foundation and Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital recently teamed up to give us “A Dose of Reality.” Check out this video, which was created to give accurate vaccine information from people of color to people of color. Join us as health leaders from our local community give us the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine.

February 26, 2021City of Louisville and Louisville Public Library Continue to Collaborate on Downtown Green Space Initia...
02/26/2021
Louisville, OH

February 26, 2021

City of Louisville and Louisville Public Library Continue to Collaborate on Downtown Green Space Initiative

The City of Louisville Administration, Members of City Council and the Louisville Public Library Board and Administration continue to engage in discussions regarding a joint development project for the open “green space” located in the northern section of downtown Louisville. As a means of project transparency and benchmarking, the planning team recently released a timeline for future process, scope, and decision making.

Prompted by the Downtown Louisville Action Plan, adopted by City Council in September 2020, the green space project could serve as a foundation for a revamped downtown area that aims to create and sustain a quality commercial base, expand social connections by building a sense of community through shared spaces, and define and create an image that reflects the values and vision of the Louisville community.

The Louisville Public Library currently owns a majority of the parcels that are commonly referred to by residents as the “green space.” Of the many project proposals of the past, this joint collaboration between City and Library has seen the furthest development thanks to the stated goal of ensuring community input on future plans.

“Utilization of the green space is an important conversation in our community, one that has been studied deeply through data gleaned from multiple community engagement initiatives,” said Brock Hutchison, Director of the Louisville Public Library. “We feel continued discussions with our community regarding the future use of the property are in the Library’s best interests at this time.”

According to a recently drafted joint vision statement, the collective vision of the exploratory planning team aims to, “consider the advancement of the green space to further promote mixed-use (residential, incubator, business) development of the downtown area while considering the inclusion of shared space and infrastructure for municipal (city) and library. Additionally, to create a park area to be used for community events with an outdoor amphitheater on the green.”

Officials feel it is vital for community members to have a sense of the project’s scope, even as discussions and planning continue. Additionally, the gathering of community feedback remains an essential component to the project’s eventual success and will become even more vital in the coming weeks as a visual rendering of a sample structure will be released to the public.

“We appreciate the Library Board and Administration for their willingness to continue these important discussions regarding the future of the green space,” said City Manager Larry Collins. “This collaboration is an important step in considering the continued revitalization of our downtown area. The green space is a central component of the conversation as we envision a vibrant downtown that will benefit the residents of Louisville for generations to come.”

For more information on the City of Louisville, please visit: www.louisvilleohio.com.

Official Website of the City of Louisville, Ohio

02/16/2021

February 16, 2021

The City has made property maintenance a priority in order to stabilize property values and encourage investment in the community. Included in property maintenance is sidewalk integrity. A few years ago, the City instituted a sidewalk program to assist property owners with repair and replacement. The City has divided the City into sections and will be rating the sidewalks over the next several years. The rating will determine if the sidewalk needs repaired or replaced. If it is determined that the sidewalk needs repaired or replaced, the property owner will be notified and given options for bringing the sidewalk into compliance.

I would also like to remind you that it is the property owners’ responsibility to keep sidewalks clear of snow, ice, and other hazards. A copy of the regulations is below. The purpose of these regulations is to ensure that sidewalks are safe and hazard free while maintaining quality neighborhoods for you, your neighbors, and customers of businesses.

The City appreciates your cooperation and again if you should ever need assistance or have questions do not hesitate to contact us. Stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,

Larry Collins, City Manager
City of Louisville

521.06 DUTY TO KEEP SIDEWALKS IN REPAIR AND CLEAN.
(a) No owner or occupant of abutting lands shall fail to keep the sidewalks, curbs or gutters in repair and free from snow, ice or any nuisance.
(ORC 723.011)
(b) Whoever violates this section is guilty of a minor misdemeanor.

1333.30 EXTERIOR PROPERTY MAINTENANCE.
No owner or operator of any premises shall maintain or permit to be maintained at or on the exterior property areas of such premises any condition which deteriorates or debases the appearance of the neighborhood, or adversely alters the appearance and general character of the neighborhood, or creates a fire, safety or health hazard, or which is a public nuisance, including but not limited to the following:
(a) Broken or dilapidated fences, walls or other structures.
(b) Rugs, rags or other materials hung on lines or in other places on the premises in which such materials are not being used for general household or housekeeping purposes.
(c) Broken, dilapidated or unusable furniture, mattresses or other household furniture, household appliances, broken glass, plastic materials, paints, miscellaneous coverings, automobile parts and for any other materials, including those described in this section, placed at or on the premises in such a manner as to be patently unsightly, grotesque or offensive to the senses.
(d) No owner or occupant of any premises shall permit a dead tree to stand near a public sidewalk or roadway as to endanger users thereof, should all or part of it fall. No such owner or occupant shall permit a dead branch to overhang a public sidewalk or roadway.
(e) All premises shall be graded and maintained to prevent the accumulation of stagnant water thereon, or within any structure located thereon.
(f) All sidewalks, walkways, driveways, parking spaces and similar areas shall be kept in a proper state of repair and maintained free of hazardous conditions. Parking lots shall be paved with asphalt or concrete and maintained free of hazardous conditions.

Employment Opportunities!The City of Louisville is currently accepting applications for a Property Maintenance Inspector...
02/04/2021
Louisville, OH

Employment Opportunities!

The City of Louisville is currently accepting applications for a Property Maintenance Inspector and two Casual Labor positions with the Service Department.

The City of Louisville is an equal opportunity employer.

For a full job description, minimum requirements and an Employment Application visit www.louisvilleohio.com. To apply submit an Employment Application to Human Resources, 215 South Mill Street, Louisville, OH 44641 or email to [email protected]

01/12/2021

January 12, 2021

The Louisville yard waste drop-off site located at 4915 N Nickelplate St will be closing for the season on Saturday January 16, 2021.

The City of Louisville Administration, Members of City Council and the Louisville Public Library Board and Administratio...
11/12/2020
Louisville, OH

The City of Louisville Administration, Members of City Council and the Louisville Public Library Board and Administration recently engaged in preliminary discussions regarding a joint development project for the open “green space” located in the northern section of downtown Louisville.

The Louisville Public Library currently owns a majority of the parcels that are commonly referred to by residents as the “green space.” There have been multiple considerations for use of the property in the past, none of which have come to fruition.

The two entities are scheduled to meet again to continue discussions in the coming weeks and further public community conversations are planned as part of the discovery process.

“As these conversations continue, we want to keep our community informed and updated with our ideas and our progress,” said City Manager Larry Collins. “We truly believe that a potential collaboration could greatly benefit the City and its future, while maximizing efficiency and decreasing taxpayer burden.”

The full Louisville Downtown Action Plan can be found on the city’s website homepage. https://www.louisvilleohio.com

Official Website of the City of Louisville, Ohio

Louisville City offices will be closed on Wednesday November 11, 2020 in observance of Veterans Day. THANK YOU VETERANS!
11/10/2020

Louisville City offices will be closed on Wednesday November 11, 2020 in observance of Veterans Day. THANK YOU VETERANS!

Thank you to our voters who helped pass Issues 5 & 6! These amendments will allow for the modernization needed to respon...
11/04/2020

Thank you to our voters who helped pass Issues 5 & 6! These amendments will allow for the modernization needed to respond faster to local needs; improve our City government’s efficiency and effectiveness; and enable flexibility in the expenditures of our current income tax towards other identified priorities. We are confident that this will benefit our City for years to come!

Today is Election Day!
11/03/2020

Today is Election Day!

REMINDER - Today is the final day of early voting!
11/02/2020

REMINDER - Today is the final day of early voting!

Election Day is approaching!
10/28/2020

Election Day is approaching!

There's still time for early voting! For more information on the Issues that the City of Louisville has on the Nov. 3 ba...
10/26/2020

There's still time for early voting! For more information on the Issues that the City of Louisville has on the Nov. 3 ballot, visit: www.louisvilleohio.com

Election Day is quickly approaching. Don't forget, The City of Louisville has two important issues on the ballot. Learn ...
10/23/2020

Election Day is quickly approaching. Don't forget, The City of Louisville has two important issues on the ballot. Learn more: www.louisvilleohio.com

10/16/2020

As part of its water distribution maintenance program, the City of Louisville will be flushing hydrants throughout the City beginning the week of October 19, 2020.

Consumers are encouraged to check their water before use during this period. Certain residents may still encounter brown water. This water is not harmful but may discolor clothing washed in it. The City wishes to thank all its residents for their continued support of this program.

If you experience any problems or have any questions, please contact the Service Department at (330) 875-2266 or the Water Department at (330) 875-9936.

Issue 5 on the Nov. 3 ballot includes important amendments proposed to the City Charter. What is a City Charter? Learn m...
10/16/2020

Issue 5 on the Nov. 3 ballot includes important amendments proposed to the City Charter. What is a City Charter? Learn more below or visit our website: https://www.louisvilleohio.com

Don't forget - the City of Louisville will have two important issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. They are issues 5 and 6.
10/08/2020

Don't forget - the City of Louisville will have two important issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. They are issues 5 and 6.

The City of Louisville has two important issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. The issues include amendments to the City Charter ...
09/30/2020

The City of Louisville has two important issues on the Nov. 3 ballot. The issues include amendments to the City Charter (Issue 5) and a proposed Amendment to the Income Tax Ordinance (Issue 6). We've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help our residents understand these important issues. Please take a moment to review the FAQs.

Don't forget, the City of Louisville's Fall Clean Up is scheduled for City residents on Saturday October 3, 2020 from 8:...
09/24/2020

Don't forget, the City of Louisville's Fall Clean Up is scheduled for City residents on Saturday October 3, 2020 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Bring any unwanted items to the Louisville Constitution Center (rear) 1022 W Main St. 🍁🚛

Get your costumes ready, it's almost time for Halloween! The City of Louisville will be holding Trick or Treat on Saturd...
09/23/2020

Get your costumes ready, it's almost time for Halloween! The City of Louisville will be holding Trick or Treat on Saturday, Oct. 31 from 3 - 5 p.m. If you wish to participate, please leave your light on!

The ultimate goal of the Louisville Downtown Action Plan is to make the city more amenable to residents and visitors by ...
09/08/2020

The ultimate goal of the Louisville Downtown Action Plan is to make the city more amenable to residents and visitors by offering more retail/restaurants, updating amenities, providing more public greenspace, improving walkability, improving signage, better utilizing alleyways, improving aesthetics and so much more. All while also focusing on fiscal responsibility.

As a reminder, the draft plan will be presented before City Council at tonight’s meeting. Learn more: www.louisvilleohio.com

Get out this weekend and enjoy the NEW Louisville Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA)! The DORA allows patrons to...
09/04/2020

Get out this weekend and enjoy the NEW Louisville Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA)! The DORA allows patrons to enjoy refreshments outdoors in designated areas.

DORA Details:

Bar/Restaurants include: FOE, Grinders Above & Beyond, Unhitched Brewing Co., Town Tavern and Scratch Steakhouse.

Beverages must be in an official DORA cup, which is provided be the establishments listed above.

Hours:
Friday and Saturday: 12 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Monday - Thursday: 4 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Support our local businesses and most importantly…responsibly ENJOY!

09/04/2020
www.louisvilleohio.com

The September 2020 edition of the City of Louisville Newsletter is now available on our website. Visit the link below to see the latest City news!

Thanks to residents, like you, our City has a plan! After conducting our strategic plan in 2019, we received feedback on...
09/04/2020

Thanks to residents, like you, our City has a plan! After conducting our strategic plan in 2019, we received feedback on the importance of having a plan for Downtown Louisville. Thanks to the support of Council, we are one step closer!

By working side by side with a local steering committee, an award winning consultant firm, developers and stakeholders, the Louisville Downtown Action Plan has been completed . This plan will be presented before City Council on September 8th. We are excited to see these ideas in action! Click the link below to view the plan for yourself!

www.louisvilleohio.com

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The City of Louisville Fall Clean Up day is October 3, 2020!
09/03/2020

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The City of Louisville Fall Clean Up day is October 3, 2020!

WEDNESDAY 7/15/2020CITY OF LOUISVILLENORTH BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITSSOUTH BOUNDARY: ROUTE 153EAST BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITSWEST ...
07/09/2020

WEDNESDAY 7/15/2020
CITY OF LOUISVILLE
NORTH BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
SOUTH BOUNDARY: ROUTE 153
EAST BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
WEST BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
THURSDAY 7/16/2020
CITY OF LOUISVILLE
NORTH BOUNDARY: ROUTE 153
SOUTH BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
EAST BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
WEST BOUNDARY: CITY LIMITS
***NOTICE***
 SPRAYING WILL TAKE PLACE AFTER 8:00 PM ON THE SCHEDULED DATES.
 IN CASE OF RAIN, HIGH WINDS, OR COLD TEMPERATURES, SPRAYING WILL BE POSTPONED.
 PERSONS WHO SUFFER WITH RESPIRATORY AILMENTS MAY VACATE THE AREA.
 BEEKEEPERS SHOULD TAKE THE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT THEIR HIVES.

City Hall with be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Have a safe and happy holiday!
07/02/2020

City Hall with be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Have a safe and happy holiday!

June 18, 2020The City of Louisville is happy to announce that the Splash Pad located at Aljancic Park (711 E Broad St) w...
06/18/2020

June 18, 2020
The City of Louisville is happy to announce that the Splash Pad located at Aljancic Park (711 E Broad St) will be OPEN beginning FRIDAY JUNE 19, 2020. Daily hours are 10:30 am- 7:00 pm. ☀️💦⛱🐳😎

06/11/2020

June 11, 2020

The earliest date that Splash Pads are allowed to open is June 19, 2020. The City of Louisville is diligently working with the installer to open the Splash Pad as safely and as soon as possible. There is not a confirmed Opening Date at this time. Updates will be posted here as well as the City's website at louisvilleohio.com.

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215 S Mill St
Louisville, OH
44641

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Official site of the City of Louisville, Ohio located in Stark County. The intent of this page is to provide fact based information to the citizens of Louisville about critical topics and issues. Comments or questions may be directed to City Hall at (330) 875-3321 between 8:30 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday. Citizens may also visit the City's website at louisvilleohio.com. If you have an emergency or need immediate assistance, please call 9-1-1. Do not report a crime or seek emergency assistance on the City of Louisville, Ohio social media forums. If you have information for law enforcement, please contact the Louisville Police Department at (330) 875-1607. The City of Louisville, Ohio social media sites do not constitute an official form of communication for legal notice, specific requests for service, public records request, or registering a complaint. To make a formal request, please call (330) 875-3321 or visit the City's website at louisvilleohio.com. Public records: Any content maintained in a social media format which is related to City business that meets the definition of a record, may be a public record subject to public disclosure. Posts may also be subject to legal proceedings. The City of Louisville reserves the right to modify this policy at any time and all modifications will be posted. Continued use of a City of Louisville social media site following the posting of any modification signifies acceptance of such modification.

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Tuesday 08:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:30 - 17:00
Thursday 08:30 - 17:00
Friday 08:30 - 17:00

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