Bloomington Residents Invited To Participate In Proposed Zoning Change Process Via Online Resources, Public Engagement Sessions

(BLOOMINGTON) – The City of Bloomington’s Planning and Transportation Department is currently hosting public engagement sessions on the proposed new Public Outreach Draft Zoning Map

The city is being evaluated for rezoning as part of the last step in the multi-year Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) update process, to bring the City’s land use and development laws into closer alignment with the goals of the City’s 2018 Comprehensive Plan, supporting a commitment to providing a strong quality of life for residents from all walks of life. 

More information, including a proposed zoning changes story map, proposed housing diversity story map, an interactive map, and answers to Frequently Asked Questions, is available here.   

Residents are invited to join the following video conference sessions to learn more about the proposed changes and share input:

Thursday, November 12 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Topic:  Proposed R4 and Plex Amendment (1 of 2)

Join from computer or mobile:

Monday, November 16 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Topic:  Proposed R4 and Plex Amendment (2 of 2) 

Join from computer or mobile:

Tuesday, November 17 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Topic:  Additional Text Amendments

Join from computer or mobile:

Additional questions about the public outreach draft zoning map may be submitted to Development Services Manager Jacqueline Scanlan at or Senior Zoning Planner, Eric Greulich at

The input collected during this period will help staff prepare for public hearings in early 2021 to consider and adopt the new zoning map for the city, along with text amendments.