L for Law call or incident
B stands for Bloomington
5 is the district or beat where incident occurred
All numbers following represents a grid sector.
Disclaimer: The Bloomington Police Department takes great effort in making open data as accurate as possible, but there is no avoiding the introduction of errors in this process, which relies on data provided by many people and that cannot always be verified. Information contained in this dataset may change over a period of time. The Bloomington Police Department is not responsible for any error or omission from this data, or for the use or interpretation of the results of any research conducted.
Daily COVID-19 reports from Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering. This dataset is generated by calculating differences of each cumulative daily report from the previous day to identify daily changes in the number of confirmed, active, recovered, and fatal cases.
This dataset reports from after CSSE changed its daily report schema on March 22.
Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) are regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act through the Stage 2 Disinfectant Byproduct Rule. The City of Bloomington Utilities collects monthly samples at 8 testing locations throughout the distribution system and follows a quarterly compliance schedule. Compliance is calculated on a Locational Running Annual Average (LRAA). The Maximum Contaminant Level for TTHMs is 80 µg/l. Micrograms per liter (µg/l) is equal to parts per billion (ppb). One part per billion is roughly equal to a teaspoon of water in an Olympic-size swimming pool.
Road, sidewalk, parking and other location-relevant municipal events (noise permits, and more). This information is published by Bloomington's inRoads application on the web, to email lists (public, businesses and press), and through multiple open data formats. Data may also include roads events originating from non-Bloomington sources such as Indiana University, Monroe County Government and INDOT.