Frequently Asked Questions


 What are City Hall office hours?

Louisville City Hall office hours are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday-Friday.

 At what point is a snow parking ban declared?

When snowfall reaches 2 inches, a snow parking ban is issued for all City streets.

 Do I need a permit for a recreational fire?

Permits are no longer required for recreational fires in the City. If you have any questions regarding recreational fires, please contact the Louisville Fire Department at (330) 875-2663.

 Can I make a payment to the City of Louisville over the phone?

No, the City of Louisville does not accept any payments over the phone.

 What can I do about feral cats in my neighborhood?

Trap-Neuter-Return Services:  Feral, stray and free-roaming cats are humanely trapped, spayed or neutered, vaccinated and returned. If there are cats in your neighborhood that are in need of this FREE service please contact Toby Franks at (330) 316-7580 or by email

  Where do I vote?

The Stark County Board of Elections can be contacted at (330) 451-VOTE (8683). To search for your polling location, click the link above.

  How do I contact the Mayor?

The City's Mayor, Pat Fallot, is available during her office hours on Mondays between 10am-1pm at the Constitution Center located at 1022 W Main St. She may also be contacted at (330) 875-2266 Ext. 310 or by email at

 Where can I take my yard waste?

City Recycling (Yard Waste)
New for 2024! The yard waste site, located at 4915 N Nickelplate St, now requires City of Louisville and Nimishillen Township residents to purchase a $25.00 key card to access the site on an annual basis. Here are the Rules & Regulations and Terms & Conditions.
Yard waste such as grass clippings, leaves and branches will be accepted. PLASTIC BAGS, TREATED WOOD AND BUSINESS YARD WASTE ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.
Residents interested in recycling paper or cardboard products, metal, glass and/or plastics can utilize the drop off center located on North Chapel St in Louisville near the railroad tracks.
For more information about recycling, contact the Joint Solid Waste Management District at (800-678-9839) or