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2020 News Releases

City of Bloomington Names David Hummons Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Award Recipient

City of Bloomington Utilities Announces 2020 Residential Stormwater Grants Program

The City of Bloomington Utilities Department (CBU) invites homeowners to apply for funding through the second annual Residential Stormwater Grants Program.

Bloomington Farmers' Market Seeks Proposals from Prepared Food Vendors to Sell at Saturday Market in 2020

The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is seeking proposals from local businesses, organizations and individuals to manage all aspects of food and beverage artisan stands, or food truck/push cart vending stands, at the Bloomington Community Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings during the 2020 Market season.

Bloomington Parks Accepting Applications for Vendor Spaces at Summer Art Fairs

The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department invites local and regional artists to apply to participate in the 2020 A Fair of the Arts, an art and fine craft fair held the second Saturdays of the summer season, May through October.

City’s Updated myBloomington Digital Service Expands Data and Access to Services for Residents

The City of Bloomington has updated its digital service known as “myBloomington,” available at bloomington.in.gov/mybloomington, which offers City residents the opportunity to obtain information based on their street address.

Deadline for Nominations for 2020 Woman of the Year Award Extended to January 24

The City of Bloomington Commission on the Status of Women is seeking nominees for the 2020 Woman of the Year, Toby Strout Lifetime Contribution, Emerging Leader and Young Woman of the Year awards.

City To Mark New Chapter for Showers Kiln Building in New Trades District

The City of Bloomington Redevelopment Commission invites the press and public to an event marking the sale of the historic Kiln property in the City’s new Trades District and sharing plans for its development. 

Students to Reflect on “Black and Blooming” Theme for Black History Month Essay Contest

The City of Bloomington Black History Month Committee is seeking submissions from area students for the 2020 Black History Month Essay Contest.

Mayor Hamilton Shares Recommendation for Farmers’ Market with Board of Park Commissioners

The Board of Park Commissioners today received a statement from Mayor John Hamilton recommending that the City of Bloomington continue to operate the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market in 2020, with adjustments.

City Accepting Nominations for Be More Awards Honoring Volunteers

ity of Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton encourages community members and groups to nominate outstanding volunteers for the Be More Awards,  the community volunteer awards presented by the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network.