Let’s Talk Bloomington: Online engagement
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 is looking for community members’ feedback and questions on the following projects:
Curbside organics recycling
The City is planning to make curbside organics recycling available to residents in 2022. Learn more about organics recycling, stay up to date on project milestones, ask questions and take a survey on the project page at blm.mn/letstalk.
Pride Month in Bloomington
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Twin Cities Pride, the Community Outreach and Engagement Division, in partnership with the Human Rights Commission, Artistry, Twin Cities Pride, Hennepin County Library and community members, is in the early stages of planning for the 2022 Pride events. Take the survey to help select a theme at blm.mn/letstalk.
Racial equity strategic planning committee
The racial equity strategic planning committee will develop a shared vision and identify collaborative policy and operational strategies to achieve the City’s racial equity goals. Share about your experience, help generate ideas, define problems and identify solutions by contributing to idea boards at blm.mn/letstalk.
Visit Let’s Talk Bloomington to read more about several other projects that have closed surveys and comment sections. Recent projects include the sustainable bulky item disposal plan, time-of-sale energy disclosure, large building energy benchmarking, American Boulevard West traffic study and Lyndale Avenue retrofit.