Skip to main content

The following ordinances that affect sections of the Bloomington Municipal Code have been passed by the Common Council since February 20th, 2019. These changes are not reflected in the online copy of the code below. The ordinances will be fully codified soon and web updates will be available at that time.

Ordinance 19-05 - To Amend Title 10 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Wastewater” (A Substantial Rewriting of Title 10 Following a Review Conducted in Concert with the Environmental Protection Agency)

Ordinance 19-07 - Amending Title 15 of the Bloomington Municipal Code – Re: Updating Permissible Towing and Storage Fees for Authorized Towing Services

Ordinance 19-09 - To Amend Title 15 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Vehicles and Traffic” – Re Amending Chapter 15.04 (Definitions), 15.56 (Bicycles, Skateboards, and Other Foot-Propelled Vehicles), 15.60 (Miscellaneous Traffic Rules), 15.64 (Traffic Violations Schedule) and Adding a New Chapter 15.58 (Motorized Scooters and Shared Use Motorized Scooters) to Provide for Regulations Governing Motorized Scooters, Shared-Use Motorized Scooters, and Shared-Use Motorized Scooter Operators

Ordinance 19-11 - To Amend Title 2 of the Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Administration and Personnel” – Re: Amending Chapter 2.21 Entitled “Department of Law” to Prohibit Discrimination and Harassment of Any Person Doing Sanctioned Work for the City

Ordinance 19-13 - To Amend Title 15 of The Bloomington Municipal Code Entitled “Vehicles & Traffic” – Re: Amending Sections 15.32.080 (No Parking Zones) and 15.37.020 (Applicability [of Residential Neighborhood Permit Parking Zones])

Ordinance 19-14 - To Amend Title 2 (Administration and Personnel) of the Bloomington Municipal Code – Re: Amending Chapter 2.12.110 (Parking Commission) to Loosen Requirements for Appointments to the Parking Commission

If you have any questions regarding these ordinances or the code in general please email Nicole Bolden, City Clerk, at clerk@bloomington.in.gov or call (812) 349-3408.