167 datasets found

Licenses: Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and License (PDDL) Creative Commons Attribution Groups: Health / Human Services Tags: boundary services performance testing parking

Filter Results
  • Disinfectant Byproduct Data

    Two disinfectant byproducts (DBPs), Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) and Haloacedic Acids (HAA5s) are regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act through the Stage 2 Disinfectant...
  • Total Organic Carbon Data

    Total organic carbon (TOC) is the total amount of organic matter in the water, and is used to evaluate water quality. TOC concentrations are regulated by the Safe Drinking...
  • Cryptosporidium & Giardia

    Cryptosporidium is a pathogen that may cause a short-term respiratory and/or gastrointestinal illness. Although highly resistant to chlorine treatment, direct filtration...
  • Taste & Odor Data

    Taste and odor issues with drinking water stem from the presence of the organic compounds known as MIB or geosmin. These two compounds are not harmful to human health. Rather,...
  • Bloomington Parks and Recreation Areas GIS Data

    Bloomington parks and recreation facility areas exported from the CIty's GIS. See summary description (txt) file for information about intended use, projection, currency,...
  • 2017 Proposed Annexation Maps

    Map Gallery for Bloomington 2017 Annexation Proposal related maps
  • Brighten B-Town Status

    This data set contains data and maps related to the status of the Brighten B-town initiative. The “Brighten B-town” initiative is a partnership among three City departments...
  • Sanitation Maps

    Map Gallery for Trash and Recycling services maps. Related Maps, Data, and Content Services Related Maps Sanitation Related GIS Data Sanitation Home Page List All Maps
  • Bloomington Leaf Pickup Status Maps

    Map Gallery for maps on Bloomington leaf collection program
  • Leaf Collection Maps

    Map Gallery for the City of Bloomington leaf pickup program. Leaf collection runs from late fall to early spring. See the Leaf Collection web page for more information.
  • Food And Play Maps

    Map Gallery for the Parks and Recreation Department's project on obesity awareness and prevention. This was a joint project between the City of Bloomington and IU Health...
  • Abandoned Vehicle Reports

    This is a subset of the complete Open311 data available at: https://data.bloomington.in.gov/dataset/open311
  • Inaccessible Parking

    Reported issues with public parking for people with disabilities This is a subset of the complete Open311 data available at: https://data.bloomington.in.gov/dataset/open311
  • Parking Enforcement

    Annual statistics about operations of the Parking Enforcement division of Public Works. In 2014, the Parking Enforcement division of Public Works became part of the Bloomington...
  • Lead and Copper Data

    Lead and Copper are regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act, under the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR). Lead and Copper samples are obtained from residential customers with lead...
  • Community Survey

    The City of Bloomington contracted with National Research Center, Inc. to conduct the 2017 Bloomington Community Survey. This was the first time a scientific citywide survey had...
  • Community Survey (Opt-in Non-representative)

    The City of Bloomington contracted with National Research Center, Inc. to conduct the 2017 Bloomington Community Survey. This was the first time a scientific citywide survey had...
  • Performance Dashboard

    Bloomington's performance dashboard provides insight into city operations and progress towards departmental and City goals. The dashboard is updated nightly from dataset...
  • Directory of Resources and Services for People with Disabilities (Local, Stat...

    The agencies listed in this guide can be of use to persons with disabilities and their family members. Many of these organizations work to address the unique needs associated...
  • Accessibility Decal Recipients

    The AccessAbility Decal program is a project of the Council for Community Accessibility (CCA) to recognize local businesses that are accessible to persons with disabilities.