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Community and Family Resources, 6:15 to 6:40 p.m.

The Community and Family Resources Department (CFRD) is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Bloomington through programs and services designed to engage residents in service and encourage active participation in government; connecting community members to resources; encouraging collaborations among area non-profits, businesses, organizations and agencies; and celebrating Bloomington's unique and diverse history, character and people.

From promoting volunteerism to enhancing community wellness to helping eliminate barriers to full participation in community resources, the Community and Family Resources staff works everyday to make Bloomington a better place for everyone to live, work and play.

Our first presenters this evening will be Beverly Calender-Anderson (, Director, and Shatoyia Moss (, Safe and Civil City Director.


Beverly Calendar-Anderson photo
Beverly Calender-Anderson, Director, Community and Family Resources Department
Shatoyia Moss photo
Shatoyia Moss, Safe and Civil City Director, Community and Family Resources Department



2021 Residents Academy Slide Presentation

Community and Family Resources Department

Bloomington: A Safe, Civil & Just City

City of Bloomington Volunteer Network

CFRD Facebook



Information & Technology Services--CANCELED

The Information & Technology Services Department (ITS) manages the City of Bloomington’s IT systems, including computer hardware, software and networks. They monitor and support more than 680 workstations for 700-1000 City staff at 40+ sites including 24-7 mission critical systems at Police, Fire and Utilities departments. ITS maintains the servers and infrastructure that keep our sister City departments running. They provide IT training to City staff and coordinate IT purchasing for the City. They maintain the City's GIS (Geographic Information System) and print maps for the public. The department manages the City's fiber optic ring, a.k.a. the Bloomington Digital Underground (BDU) and WiFi deployments in City buildings. They also develop and maintain the City website, the uReport service and other open source applications for staff and public use.

Rick Dietz (, Director of Information & Technology Services will lead our second presentation of the evening.


Rick Dietz photo
Rick Dietz, Director, Information & Technology Services


















What it ITS?

ITS Organizational Chart

Information & Technology Services Website

B-Clear Open Data Portal

uReport: Request a City Service





Bloomington Transit, 6:45 to 8:00 p.m.

BT is a full-featured municipal transit corporation that provides bus services in Bloomington. 


John Connell (, the new General Manager of Bloomington Transit, will lead the presentation. We will hop on a BT electric bus and travel from City Hall to the Downtown Transit Center for a tour of the facility.


John Connell
John Connell, BT General Manager
BT Doublemap app
Download the BT Doublemap app



































2021 Residents Academy Slide Presentation

Bloomington Transit

Driverless Bus

Bloom Magazine Article about BT

BT Facebook