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closed #118801

Water Utility Problems

W 2ND ST

Case Date:
8/27/1997

"Appears to be a water main leak on NE side of W 2nd/Cory Ln intersection, in front of Phillips 66 station. Water is on 2nd St and in the intersection, especially at night.

closed #184082

Potholes, Other Street Repair

W 17th St, Bloomington, IN 47404, USA

Case Date:
6/2/2023

Pothole near covered water access/manhole type area on 17th Street going east. Nearest intersection is 17th and Woodlawn, but the pothole is before you get to 17th and Woodlawn if you are going east on 17th Street. It is in the concrete area surrounding the manhole.

closed #73057

Water Utility Problems

W 17TH ST

Case Date:
1/1/1970

water bubbling up.

closed #73006

Water Utility Problems

W 16TH ST

Case Date:
1/1/1970

Check water gushing down 16th & Hancock.

closed #47847

Sewer Problems (Sanitary Sewers)

W 16TH ST

Case Date:
9/24/2001

Manhole lid leaking water at 16th & Jackson.

closed #73052

Water Utility Problems

W 14TH ST

Case Date:
1/1/1970

Water mainbreak at 14th & College.

closed #51723

Water Utility Problems

W 13TH CT

Case Date:
12/21/2000

Possible water leak.

closed #58720

Water Utility Problems

W 11TH ST

Case Date:
3/24/1999

DIRTY WATER

closed #174207

Parks & Playgrounds

Switchyard Park, 1601 S Rogers St, Bloomington, IN 47403, USA

Case Date:
11/23/2020

The standing water around the Sycamore tree. This water is a swamp area. It is dirty and disgusting. It is very hard to keep dogs out of it because it is a big area. It needs to be cleaned up. Maybe put a more stronger fence around the area for now. Please do something about this standing water ASAP. IT IS NOT SAFE FOR OUR DOGS!! Such a beautiful park, with an unsafe standing water!!

closed #173855

Water Utility Billing Problems

South Oaklawn Circle

Case Date:
10/2/2020

I live in a condo area. Each unit has its own water meter and there is a master meter for the whole community. We are not billed according to the actual consumption but to the footage of each unit. Since it is caculated in this way, I have to pay 70 to 80 dollars a month and there are just two people in my household. I used to live in a unit where the monthly bill was $30 to $40 and it was paid to Bloomington Utilities. Now the water bill is quite unaffordable for a low-income family like mine. I just don't understand why we can't be billed individually based on our usage since we have separate meters. That would be a fair practice for every unit here.