On October 8, 1834, Louisville was formally settled by Henry Lautzenheiser, from Germany, and Henry Fainot, a French Huguenot. Louisville is a city in Stark County in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 9,186 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Canton-Massillon, OH Metropolitan Statistical Area. Louisville is also known as the "Constitution Town". This is due to the fact that a resident of Louisville, Olga T. Weber petitioned for the establishment of Constitution Day for the United States in 1952.
Totaling over 120 acres, Louisville’s public parks provide a wide range of activities for the whole community. Various features include a fishing pond, walking trails, children play areas, picnic areas, sports fields, and basketball courts.
Joan Aljancic, also known by Mrs. "A", is a very busy person in Louisville. She is involved in the schools, parks, downtown, church, and has a seat on City Council. Her interests are spending time with her family and the Louisville community.
We are proud of our well-rounded and rigorous curriculum, our safe and clean schools, our highly competitive extra-curricular programs, and our professional staff. The school district enjoys the support of our community and we continue to encourage parents and community members to be a vital part of our schools.
The Louisville Public Library serves as a centralized hub for innovation and lifelong learning within the Louisville community. By providing the only full makerspace in Stark County, called the Library Lab, the Louisville Public Library makes it possible for patrons to take a hands-on approach to learning new and unusual prices of technology. The library is also on the cutting edge of sensory programming through its Discovery Center programming space. The Louisville Public Library encourages all.
The first settlers arrived in the area between 1805 and 1807, founding Nimishillentown, and organizing Nimishillen Township in 1809. Nimishillen Township is one of the seventeen townships of Stark County, Ohio. The 2000 census found 9,098 people in the township. Two cities are located in Nimishillen Township: Louisville in the south, and a small part of Canton, the county seat of Stark County, in the southwest. According to tradition, Nimishillen Township was named for the Nimishillen Creek (originally named by local Native Americans) that takes its rise mainly in the township.
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Patricia Fallot best known for being the Mayor of Louisville since 2010 graduated from Malvern High School. She retired from Stark County Auditor’s Office and a graduate of Leadership Stark County Government. She is very active in her church, Paradise United Church of Christ in Louisville, and is the Music Director. Being an involved community leader, she is a Member of Stark County Regional Planning Commission, Constitution Committee, and Washington Ruritan Club. As a friendly face for your children she is also a substitute bus driver for Louisville City & Osnaburg Local Schools.
St. Thomas Aquinas High School is a private, Catholic co-educational high school located in Louisville, Ohio, United States, run by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown. It was founded in 1964 to serve the Catholic families of eastern Stark County and parts of Portage County.
The mission of the Stark County Park District is to acquire, preserve, and develop natural areas for passive recreation, conservation, education, and nature appreciation. More than 7,000 acres have been set aside for bicycling, hiking, boating, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, bird watching, wildlife habitat, and other outdoor pursuits. More of us are walking and bicycling than ever before, and more students are experiencing live wildlife in their classrooms.