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Advisory boards and commissions

Advisory boards and commissions provide residents the opportunity to participate in issues concerning the City and its residents.
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City Attorney's Office

This office provides legal counsel, prosecutes crimes and civil administrative offenses and assists in the defense of claims brought or threatened against the City.
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City Charter and Code of Ordinances

The City of Bloomington's Code of Ordinances contains local laws which shape our city and its services to keep residents safe, maintain property values, and govern private activities
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City Council

The City Council, which includes the mayor and six other elected councilmembers, exercises the legislative power of the City of Bloomington and determines all City policies.

Contact the City

You can contact the City by phone, email, postal mail and online form.
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Creative Placemaking

Creative Placemaking is an evolving field and process that works to build vibrant, distinctive, and sustainable communities through the arts.
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Finance Department

Property tax and budget information, Finance Department services, bond ratings, financial policies, financial reports, fee schedules, other financial documents and information.
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Human Resources

Human Resources coordinates recruitment and hiring, conducts contract negotiations, and administers employee benefits, compensation and job classification for the City of Bloomington.
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Voting Information

Absentee ballot and in-person voting information for Bloomington residents