Let’s Talk Bloomington
The City of Bloomington is currently seeking feedback on several projects with its online engagement tool, Let’s Talk Bloomington, at blm.mn/letstalk. Register to join in the conversation. Staff are looking for community members’ feedback and questions on the following projects:
Park System Master Plan
The Park System Master Plan will establish a clear 20-year vision for Bloomington parks, trails, recreation and open space systems. Maps and short surveys are available at blm.mn/letstalk.
Pride Month in Bloomington
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Twin Cities Pride, the Community Outreach and Engagement Division is in the early stages of planning for the 2022 Pride events in partnership with Artistry, Twin Cities Pride, Hennepin County Library and the Human Rights Commission. Take the survey to help select a theme for the 2022 events at blm.mn/letstalk.
American Boulevard West Traffic Study
Engineering staff are developing a plan to address safety concerns along American Boulevard during the upcoming 2021 Pavement Management Program overlay project in the Normandale Lake District. Share your comments on the survey or find out more at blm.mn/letstalk.
Sustainable Bulky Item Disposal Plan
In 2019, City Council directed the Sustainability Commission to develop alternative methods to dispose of bulky items such as mattresses, chairs and tables in a more sustainable way. Take a survey, register for community listening sessions on March 10 and 23, or ask a question about the project at blm.mn/letstalk.
Time of sale energy disclosure
The community has provided input on this project and City staff will report to the Sustainability Commission in April. Learn more about the project, read the background information and watch for the report to the Sustainability Commission at blm.mn/letstalk. The policy will go to the City Council in May.