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Neighborhood Yard Sale
Saturday, September 25 • 9am-12pm
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Monthly meetings are subject to change due to COVID-19. We'll be meeting monthly outdoors or via Zoom depending on weather. See the Neighborhood Association page for monthly meeting info.
We now have block captains throughout the neighborhood to welcome new neighbors, host meeting yard signs, and distribute newsletters. If you're new the the neighborhood please reach out so we can connect you with your block captain!
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Neighborhood Yard Sale
Thanks to everyone who participated in the sale! See photos here.
Rose Hill Cemetery Archway - Update for the Bicentennial
Thanks to the hard work of the Rose Hill Cemetery Committee and the City of Bloomington's Housing and Neighborhood Improvement Grant Program, we will be welcoming a beautiful new entry sign to the Rose Hill Cemetery. If you would like to volunteer to help with headstone restoration, contributing to our volunteer hours that help us get the grant, please email us at email@example.com
Prospect Hill Public Art Installation Completed - "Common Pollen"
Prospect Hill has new public art on display! Many thanks to Eoban Binder for organizing the Neighborhood Improvement Grant application from the City. Prospect Hill artist Becky Holtzman was selected for her art design "Common Pollen," based on a magnified image of a sunflower pollen. Several volunteers showed up on Saturday, Aug. 4 at Fairview and Howe Streets at Building & Trades Park to help clean the street, draw, stencil, and paint the new artwork - a great day of neighborhood collaboration! See photos of the work in progress on Facebook orFlickr, and view a time-lapse video here. Becky's work joins the existing art in B&T Park - Sam Bartlett's worker murals and Dale Enochs' carved limestone benches. Thanks to all of YOU, our park is the proud home of works by several local artists and artisans!
IU Health Bloomington Hospital Site Reutilization Update
In January 2018, the City of Bloomington agreed to purchase the current IU Health Bloomington Hospital site for $6.5 million. IU Health will pay for demolition costs for the site. The city expects to take ownership after the hospital moves in 2020-2021 to the new IU Health Regional Academic Health Center at the S.R. 45/46 bypass (near 10th Street).
The city engaged the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to develop recommendations for the site. ULI visited Bloomington and held interviews with 100 community representatives (including Prospect Hill) in April 2018. ULI's issued a draft report of their findings and recommendations in summer 2018.
We encourage our neighbors to follow information and updates available at www.bloomington.in.gov, in the local media, and at our monthly neighborhood association meetings We will provide more information here as it becomes available.