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Bloomington Neighborhood Housing Survey
A survey of residents for input on what they treasure about their neighborhoods, and how housing might be added. Originally created by a working committee of the Elm Heights Neighborhood Association to gather input from neighborhood residents, this survey was then amended to apply more generally across Bloomington and broaden participation. We will compile the data in order to offer our city council representatives and the City of Bloomington guidance on what solutions have the most support from citizens. To be kept informed of the process, which we hope to be collaborative, please let us know below and we will keep you on our email list. This survey will close on March 5, 2021. Your name and address will be redacted from all results, they are used only to certify city residence and maintain contact with those who wish to participate.
Phone number (optional)
What neighborhood do you live in?
Near West Side
Park Ridge East
I am not sure, please match my address to my neighborhood
Do you rent or own?
How long have you lived in Bloomington?
Less than 1 year
More than 10 years
List 3 things you love about living in your neighborhood (for example: historic architecture, tree lined streets, mix of homeownership and rentals, proximity to downtown and campus, proximity to a park, restaurant, etc.)
How best might housing be added to your neighborhood? (please check all that you support)
further encourage accessory dwelling units (ADUs) when an additional unit can be added to an owner occupied home
conversion of existing home into a duplex
conversion of existing home into a triplex or quadplex
construction of a new duplex on an existing vacant lot
construction of new triplex or quadplex on an existing vacant lot
more density at neighborhood "edges" (e.g., along transportation corridors like Third and Atwater Streets , Rogers Street, etc.)
consolidation of properties to support multi-family buildings
no new multiplexes allowed until further study is done
Would you be willing to engage in a process with City of Bloomington officials and fellow neighbors about the possibility of increased housing density in your neighborhood? (If you choose yes or maybe we will add you to the group of people to keep informed of upcoming discussions.)
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