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The City of Louisville provides city services to residents including water, sewer, trash, fire/rescue, street maintenance to name a few. The City office is located on Main Street. City office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for holidays. The City office offers residents a DROP BOX located at the rear (east side) of the building for after hour payments. A drive through window is also available during office hours.
The City Governing Body
The City Governing Body consists of Mayor Rod Petersen and four City Council Members: Jerry McClun, Jamion Biesterfeld, Martyn Myers and Larry Gulizia. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Louisville Sr. Center, 423 Elm St.
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City Clerk & Deputy Clerk
The City Clerk and Deputy Clerk handle water, sewer and trash accounts, as well as a number of other City business activities such as the City Ordinances, building permits, dog and cat licensing, parking fines, liquor and tobacco licenses, City budget, etc. The City Clerk is Dee Arias and the Deputy Clerk is Sheryl Gaston.
The maintenance department handles road repairs, snow removal, water/sewer line repairs, etc. Maintenance personnel are Preston Derby, Matt Clark, Joel Jones and Tyler Groves. For emergencies please call 402-957-7866.
Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department
The Fire Chief is Jason McClun and the Rescue Captain is Mike Hoover. If anyone is interested in being a volunteer, contact the City Office to have your information forwarded to the chief and/or captain.
The Louisville Planning Commission
The Louisville Planning Commission is comprised of the following members: Chairperson Ronda Anderson, Jeff Ryan, Justin Barnes, Jim Ryan, Ryan Beck, Chuck Meyer, Keith Witte and Roy Hudson. The Planning Commission meets once a quarter on Monday of the week prior to the City Council meeting at 7:00 p.m. or as needed at City Hall.
The Louisville Library
http://louisvillenelibrary.com The Louisville Library is located at 217 Main Street. The librarian is Darla McDonald and the Library Board consists of Laura McKeen, Heidi Wilhelm, Patty Hibler, Stacee Schmidt-Cottrell and Tami Michalski. Library Board meetings as held the Monday before the city council meetings at 6:00 p.m. at the library.
The Louisville Community Center is located at 423 Elm Street. The center may be rented for receptions, anniversary and birthday parties, family reunions, or other special events for the following fees: Main Hall – (includes kitchen) $100/day, Office Meeting Room $25/day, Main Hall half day – $50. For reservations call city hall 402-234- 7605.
Louisville Care Community
http://louisvillecarecenter.com The city owns the Louisville Care Community facility that includes long term care, assisted living apartments, physical therapy and other services. Call them at 402-234- 2125 for more information.
The City Council meetings are open to the public and anyone is welcome to attend. If a particular subject needs to be brought to the Council’s attention, arrangements should be made with the City Clerk twenty-four hours prior to the regular Council meeting to have the item placed on the agenda. The City Council meets once a month, the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. Agendas are kept current with the city clerk. Notices of meetings are posted in advance at the City Office, Pinnacle Bank and the Louisville Post Office.
Note: These are posted on the website for your convenience and every attempt is made to assure that they are current and complete but no guarantee is made as to their accuracy. Please see the City Clerk for verification before relying on these copies.
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The City also offers a free recycle program through Papillion Sanitation. Each household is provided with a recycle container that is to be placed at the curb every other Thursday morning by 6:00a.m. Acceptable items are newspapers, tin cans, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, magazines, catalogs, paperback books, junk mail and cards.
Papillion Sanitation offers a Spring, Summer and Fall Clean Up Day in May, August and
November to the City at no cost. Notices can be found on flyers around town.