Pronounced "Lewis-ville" not "Louie-ville", Louisville is a mountainous town in Boulder County, Colorado. As of the 2000 U.S. Census, the population is 18,937 and the median family income is $104,222. This lively town was a rough mining community when it began in 1877, but since became a suburban residential community in the 1950's. Incorporated in 1882, the town was named after Louis Nawatny, a local landowner. Now-a-days, the town provides a steady stream of good jobs in such fields as technology, aerospace, telecom, clean energy and health care.
A bit on the downside, however, the median home pricing is $342,000 and the temperatures can reach below zero at times. However, the schools in Louisville are consistently ranked in the top three academically for schools in the Denver area. Money Magazine ranked Louisville as its winner and number 1 place to live among small towns and cities in the United States. With that kind of honor, it's a place to definitely look at. If you want to find more around Louisville, be sure to check out the Louisville, CO Yellow Pages as well as the Louisville, CO Business Directory to make it even easier to navigate through this gorgeous, safe town.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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