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City Council and department adopted policies

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Bloomington Collector Streets Program
Bloomington light rail On December 7, 1998, the Bloomington City Council, after receiving input from public meetings and recommendations from City staff, the...
Complete streets The City of Bloomington will enhance safety, mobility, accessibility and convenience for transportation network users of all ages and...
Council statement on gaming in the community The following provides the Bloomington City Council position on initiatives proposed by the Legislature and Governor to locate a casino in...
Employee use of social media policy The City of Bloomington strives to provide the public accurate and timely information, communicated in a professional manner, and in...
Financial management
Investment This policy has been developed to serve as a reference point for the management of city assets. It is the policy of the City to invest...
Online privacy and security policy Section A. Introduction This policy addresses collection, use and security of and access to information that may be obtained through use...
Pavement marking reconfiguration on Bloomington collector streets In accordance with the City of Bloomington “Policy for Pavement Marking Reconfiguration on Bloomington Collector Streets,” the City will be...
Privacy practices policy: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) The privacy of your health information is important to us. We are required by federal and state laws to protect the privacy of your health...
Social media use policy To address the fast-changing landscape of the Internet and the way residents communicate and obtain information online, City of Bloomington...
Transportation policies Regional highways and local streets Bloomington residents and businesses rely on the regional highway system and the local streets. Most...