This map data layer represents intersection points within the roadway network for the City of Bloomington, Indiana. It includes source data from the City of Bloomington and Monroe County to create a countywide network. The data set includes non-street intersection points wherever the road network is divided such as changes of jurisdiction, maintenance responsibility, or changes of road type.
Intersections outside the City's mapped area may not be positioned accurately. Attributes for intersections outside the City of Bloomington are updated from information supplied by Monroe County Planning, Monroe County Public Works, and Ellettsville Planning.
This map data layer represents the boundary of the Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District (BEAD). The BEAD is a state-designated cultural district. It is a geographically defined, mixed-use cultural district capitalizing on local and regional assets that are specific to the cultural, economic and social issues of Bloomington. BEAD emphasizes the high concentration of creative assets and related activities to strengthen and enhance the overall economic development of the community. The overall district is made up of distinct character areas
This map data layer represents the boundary for the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Zone. The data is divided into sections which separate expansion areas from the original enterprise zone area. These sections have no meaning relevance to the eligibility of properties within the zone.
This map data layer represents the edge of pavement of roadways for the City of Bloomington, Indiana. It was created and updated from aerial photography. Continual updates are made as needed. It includes paved roads, gravel roads, and bridges. It includes some improved alleys, access drives, travel lanes, and other miscellaneous road features. Features may be identified as coincident to building and parking structures.
This map data layer represents the zoning district boundaries for the City of Bloomington, Indiana as defined through the City's zoning ordinance. The most recent comprehensive zoning ordinance is the May 17, 2020 Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). Map amendmentswere made effective May, 2021. Updates through amendments to the zoning ordinance are applied as approved by the City Council.
This map data layer represents the boundaries of the Bloomington Community Revitalization Enhancement Districts (CRED). Bloomington has two CRED’s; the Downtown CRE District and the Thompson CRE District. The districts allow the City of Bloomington to capture increased sales and income tax dollars generated by new business investment within the area and to use the funds for economic development purposes within the District.
The Indiana University Campus Area layer represents the primary boundary of Indiana University Bloomington campus. It contains the main campus area and athletic facilities. It does not include all campus facilities.
This map layer contains Historic Districts within City of Bloomington, Indiana that are designated through the National Historic Register or State of Indiana List of Historic Places. Historic Districts can be objects, single properties, or multi-resource districts containing several properties. These other Historic Districts can also contain or overlap areas designated as local historic districts by the City of Bloomington