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Attend a community budget session


Learn about the City’s services and enter to win prizes

As part of the 2022 budget process, the City of Bloomington is inviting residents to participate in one of two community budget information sessions on October 20 or 27. You'll learn about what City services are funded by property taxes and share your feedback for the City Council as they set the final 2022 budget and tax levy.

Please register to attend one of the following sessions. 

And enter to win one of the following prizes.

  • Ride along with fire chief.
  • Personal tour of the Bloomington Police Department by the police chief.           
  • Two open skate sessions and two ice skating rentals from the Bloomington Ice Garden.
  • Two tickets to an Artistry show (donated by Artistry).
  • Behind-the-scenes taping of Council Minute with Mayor Busse. Meet the mayor and staff, tour the studio, control room, editing suites and learn about the equipment and what goes into creating a weekly cable television show.
  • Personalized street sign.
  • Organics recycling gift pack.
  • Security 101 with City IT staff.
  • Job consultation with City HR staff (review of resume, cover letter and mock interview).

To enter the prize drawing, fill out the form below.

We hope you'll consider joining us at the October 20 or October 27 information sessions. However, no purchase or participation is necessary to enter or win a prize. Purchase or participation will not improve an individual’s chances of winning.

Entries will be accepted between October 4, 2021, at 12:01 a.m. and October 28, 2021, at 5 p.m. Prize winners will be notified by a Bloomington staff member no sooner than October 29.

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Community Budget Information Session Prize Entry Form
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I understand that the information I provide on this form will be used to process my entry. Some of the requested information may be private data under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act and may be available to me and City of Bloomington employees and volunteers who need to have this information to perform their duties. Private data is not available to the public. Data may also be shared as required by law.  I understand that I am not legally required to provide this information, but if I do not provide it, the City of Bloomington may not be able to process my entry.

The City of Bloomington does not discriminate against or deny the benefits of its services, programs, or activities to a qualified person because of a disability. To make a request for a reasonable accommodation, ask for more information, or to file a complaint, contact the Community Outreach and Engagement Division, City of Bloomington, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN 55431- 3027; 952-563-8733, MN Relay 711.

Bloomington Community Budget Session Prize Rules