- The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office has charged two people with 2nd Degree Murder of April Pease.
- The Portland Avenue and I-494 area is a challenge for city planners in both Bloomington and Richfield. Both cities are working together on a solution that will benefit the community.
- At 3:41 a.m., Bloomington Police responded to the Days Inn (7851 Normandale Blvd) for a report of a child not breathing.
- Construction on Bloomington’s Homes for Heroes project is now complete. To celebrate the new home there will be a ribbon cutting Friday, March 6, at 1 p.m., at 9416 Penn Avenue South. This residence will provide transitional housing and supportive services to veterans on a lot formally owned by the Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA).
- The City is reviewing the opinion and evaluating next steps. There will be no change in collection services at this time.
- The City of Bloomington was awarded an allocation of $27 million in Housing Revenue Bonds today to support the development of 165 additional affordable housing units at 1950 East 86th Street in the South Loop district. The funds will assist affordable housing developer Aeon in constructing the new infill development on the site of the recently acquired Village Club Apartments.
- At the December 16 Council meeting, the City launched a $15 million Affordable Housing Trust Fund and approved $7 million for nonprofit affordable housing developer Aeon to purchase Village Club Apartments. This move will preserve 306 units of naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH) in Bloomington, which are residential rental properties that are affordable without government subsidized rents.
- December 3, 2019 - Bloomington Police Investigate a Fatal Crash Involving a Pedestrian