Planning and Transportation Department

The Planning and Transportation Department is responsible for administering the policies, programs and regulations that manage the development of the Bloomington community. The department ensures the sound management of Bloomington's growth, planning and managing its transportation infrastructure, the protection of its quality of life, and economic vitality through a variety of comprehensive planning and engineering measures.

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The following divisions are within the Planning & Transportation Department:

Planners at Work Development Services

Get permit and application forms, see current fees, view environmental planning items, boards and commissions, access zoning information (the UDO).


MPO logo small Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)

The MPO is a transportation policy organization composed of local government and transportation officials that oversees the transportation planning process for federal funding.


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See the City's comprehensive plan (2002 Growth Policies Plan), long range plans, sub-area plans and neighborhood plans, as well as view census demographic information.


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Learn about current and upcoming infrastructure plans, designs and updates for projects such as street improvements, intersections and bicycle & pedestrian facilities. You can also view previously adopted transportation planning documents.

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Planning and Transportation Department Contact Information:

P.O. Box 100, 401 N. Morton Street (Suite 130, City Hall)
Bloomington, Indiana 47402
Phone: 812-349-3423, FAX: 812-349-3520
Email: planning@bloomington.in.gov

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