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City of Bloomington, Indiana – John Hamilton, Mayor

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open #180399

Accessibility Problem

Strong Dr, Bloomington, IN 47403, USA

Case Date:
6/23/2022

The parking along Strong Drive is out of control. Coming out of Catalent’s parking lot you can not see what is coming due to the cars parked along the right side of the road. The stop sign at the end of the road there is always a car right in front of that making it impossible for cars to be in the correct lane to turn right. If there is cars parked on one side and semis on the other the road becomes a one lane and if there is three semis on one side and cars on the other the oncoming cars are not visible.

open #180345

Accessibility Problem

717 W 4th ST

Case Date:
6/16/2022

Bush blocking entire walkway. Also blocks ability for drivers pulling out of the alley to see people approaching the alley. Nearly got hit by homeowner from across alley from 717.

open #180265

Accessibility Problem

316 W 6th ST

Case Date:
6/9/2022

Vegetation overgrowth on the west side of 6th St. between Morton and Madison Sts. The trees are less than 5'6" in some spots along the sidewalk. But the bushes are well into the middle of the sidewalk.

closed #180262

Accessibility Problem

Case Date:
6/9/2022

Audible signals downtown not working.

closed #180043

Accessibility Problem

Case Date:
5/24/2022

Starting the 7th Street Bikeway project is great. I hope we have lots of low-traffic thoroughfares in twon some day. But finish what you started on Allen Street. There is no signs, no flashing beacons, no paint. Nothing that designates the street a low and slow traffic area. Cars drive way faster now with the "improvements" then they did with the hodgepodge pilot. Put some signs up. Paint the street. Put some flashers at the Washington St intersection and the Henderson St intersection. Allen is not finished.

open #179857

Accessibility Problem

Case Date:
5/13/2022

Bushes encroaching sidewalk directly behind Circle K on E. 3rd. 4405 E. 3rd. Intersection with Park Ridge Road. Bushes are on Park Ridge Road and makes cuthrough with wheelchair difficult with spring growth. Please have owner cut, or City.

closed #179674

Accessibility Problem

Case Date:
4/28/2022

Most audible signals around the square in downtown Bloomington are set too low to hear. As an orientation & mobility instructor it is difficult to train a future IU student how to train for cane and dog use.

closed #179555

Accessibility Problem

N Walnut St, Bloomington, IN, USA by CVS

Case Date:
4/16/2022

Pieces of adjacent retaining wall have fallen to the sidewalk, making it impossible for people who use wheelchairs to pass. It’s been this way for weeks. Thanks.

open #179311

Accessibility Problem

606 S Fess AVE

Case Date:
3/22/2022

The boulder that was installed at the corner of South Fess Avenue and the alley behind Bloomingfoods/The Elm has been moved into the sidewalk.

closed #179086

Accessibility Problem

Smith Rd & 10th St, Bloomington, IN 47408, USA

Case Date:
2/25/2022

Responded... Hi Nick. First of all, thanks for submitting this uReport. The more folks that say something about it, the better. Second, I know this person and his mother is actually the chair of the Council for Community Accessibility. While neither have directly complained about this issue it has been on our radar as other people have seen him try to navigate that stretch of Smith Road. So I went out and did a full survey from 3rd to 10th Streets and reported every issue along that route. Then I participated in a discussion about it with the Engineering and Planning. It's not so easy to address this one because it's very narrow and can't be widened. It would also be fairly costly to do the whole route. But we have placed it on the sidewalk priority list that was submitted to Planning departments for their next round of sidewalk construction. We won't know how that very limited budget gets spent for a while, but sure hope it includes addressing this one. So that's where we stand on it. Fingers are crossed! It's folks like you who call this out that might make it happen sooner versus later. So thank you! Michael (staff liaison to the Council for Community Accessibility)