Bloomfield Sanitary Sewer System Citizen Questionnaire
The City of Bloomfield is developing a plan to improve the sanitary sewer system in hopes to lower the amount of clean water being treated at the wastewater treatment plant and keep operating costs as low as possible. During a single rainfall event, over 2.5 million gallons of clean water (rainfall, snowmelt, runoff) enters the City’s sewer system. This additional volume of water is then treated at the wastewater treatment plant, causing operating costs to increase significantly. Sewer operating costs are ultimately paid by residents via sewer user fees – so the less water to treat, the lower the sewer user fees.

As part of this effort, we are requesting that all residents and business owners complete the following questionnaire to help shape our approach as we plan future infrastructure improvements. This form should take 2-3 minutes to complete. If you would prefer to complete your survey by hand, please visit https://www.cityofbloomfield.org/uncategorized/city-seeking-survey-responses-re-sanitary-sewer-evaluation/20211015. If you have questions or would like to schedule an inspection of your property, please contact Jeremy Walker, Wastewater Superintendent, at 641-664-9658 or jeremy.walker@cityofbloomfield.org.
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Please provide your property address below to help us identify specific areas of concern: *
Which category below best describes the day-to-day use of this property? *
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Have you ever noticed ponding near this property (on the road, in your yard, etc.) during rainfall events? *
If you answered “Yes” to the previous question, please briefly describe where ponding occurs:
Have you ever experienced any sewer backups at this property? *
If you answered “Yes” to the previous question, how frequent are these backups?
Which of the following items on the property are connected to the sewer system? (choose all that apply) *
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How would you rate the importance of improving the City’s sewer infrastructure to reduce pollution in the nearby streams and rivers? (select one) *
Which of the following best describes your feelings about the sanitary sewer user fees? (select one) *
Are you aware that the City of Bloomfield is under a Consent Order with the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce the occurrence of sanitary sewer overflows into nearby water bodies? *
Would you like to receive updates on the infrastructure improvement plans and be invited to public meetings to learn about the process and provide input? *
If you answered “Yes” to the previous question, please provide your contact information below (Name, Phone and Email):
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