134 datasets found

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  • 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...
  • Bloomington Parks and Recreation Facilities Maps

    Map Gallery for General Bloomington Parks and Recreation Facilities Maps. Related Maps, Data, and Content Parks & Rec Related Maps Bloomington Parks and Recreation GIS...
  • Parks and Recreation Trail Maps

    Map Gallery for maps of trails maintained by Bloomington Parks and Recreation. Find more maps at these links The Biking in Bloomington page contains the Bloomington/Monroe...
  • Parks and Recreation Facilities Detailed Maps

    Map Gallery for individual detailed maps of Bloomington Parks and Recreation Facilities.
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • City Solar Facilities Map

    Map Gallery for City of Bloomington facilities with solar installations. An online electricity dashboard showing the renewable energy being generated at the City's facilities is...
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Dillman Road Wastewater Treatment Plant Electricity Consumption and Influent ...

    Daily electricity consumption and influent volume at the Dillman Road Wastewater Treatment plant. Electricity consumption is show in kilowatt-hours (kWh) along with the daily...
  • CBU Service Building Energy and Water Consumption

    Electricity, natural gas, and water consumption data for the City of Bloomington Service Building.
  • Intake Tower Energy Consumption

    Energy use at the CBU Intake Tower. This facility pumps water from Lake Monroe to the Monroe Water Treatment Plant.
  • Blucher Poole Wastewater Treatment Plant Energy Consumption

    Energy consumption data for the Blucher Poole Wastewater Treatment Plant.
  • Monroe Water Treatment Plant Energy Consumption

    Electricity and natural gas consumption at the Monroe Water Treatment Plant. These datasets also contain daily volumes of water treated and peak demand values.
  • 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...
  • Sanitary Sewer Overflows

    Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) are releases of untreated sewage into the environment. City of Bloomington Utilities Department records and maintains data for all SSO events that...
  • Water Main Breaks

    City of Bloomington Utilities water main breaks from 2013 to current.
  • 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,...