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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Energy Dashboard

    The City's energy dashboard tracks and analyses electric usage at city facilities. It enables us to see our energy usage every hour, and to compare that usage to the previous...
  • 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...
  • Storm Water Problem Reports

    Reports of problems with storm water drains. This is a subset of the Open311 data that is available here: https://data.bloomington.in.gov/dataset/open311
  • RAIDS Online

    BAIR's public crime map, RAIDS Online, connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 2018 Sidewalks, Curbs and Accessible Curb Ramps Condition Assessment

    The City of Bloomington contracted with a firm to conduct a citywide survey of street pavement conditions. As part of this effort, real-time conditions regarding sidewalks,...
  • 2018 Street Signs Condition Assessment

    The City of Bloomington contracted with a firm to conduct a citywide survey of street pavement conditions. As part of this effort, real-time conditions regarding the City of...
  • 2018 Pavement Condition Report

    The City of Bloomington contracted with a firm to conduct a citywide survey of street pavement conditions. The data and associated infrastructure metrics was collected between...
  • City Budget

    An archive of budgets, both proposed and approved, for the City of Bloomington, Indiana. For more details, see the city's website at https://bloomington.in.gov/city/budget.
  • Parking Maps

    Map Gallery for Parking in Bloomington Related Maps, Data, and Content Parking Related Maps Parking Related GIS Data Parking Home Page List All Maps
  • 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
  • Annexation Maps

    Map Gallery for past, proposed and current Annexation related maps
  • Live Bus Locations

    Real-time data for where buses are. Data is provided by Doublemap. They also expose an API to the service. Details about that API can be found in this document, which is also...
  • 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...
  • 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...