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June 2021 News Releases

Fire Department Working to Relocate Downtown

Due to extensive damage caused by last weekend’s flood event, the Bloomington Fire Department (BFD) command staff formerly housed at Station 1 (located at 300 East Fourth Street) will be temporarily relocating to the former law offices of Bunger and Robertson, 226 South College Avenue.

Bloomington Transit Reports Positive COVID-19 Test Result

A Bloomington Transit (BT) administrative employee reported a positive result of a COVID-19 viral test as of Sunday, June 20. The employee began experiencing symptoms on Wednesday, June 16 and has not worked since that day. No close contacts were identified among the employee's coworkers or the general public. Close contact is defined by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as someone who was within six feet of an infected person for at least 15 minutes starting from two days before illness onset -- or, for asymptomatic clients, two days prior to positive specimen collection -- until the time the patient is isolated. This is the tenth BT staff member to report a positive COVID-19 viral test result over the last fifteen months. 

City Sanitation Announces Plan for Pickup of Materials Related to Residential Flooding

Residents receiving sanitation services from the Sanitation Division of the City of Bloomington Public Works Department can now schedule pickup of items related to flooding from last weekend's weather event.

Bloomington Transit Reports Positive COVID-19 Test Result

A Bloomington Transit (BT) administrative employee reported a positive result of a COVID-19 viral test as of Sunday, June 20.