THE NEAR WEST SIDE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
We are a group of neighbors in Bloomington, Indiana who get together and work to make our neighborhood better in any way you can imagine!
If you have a vision that you want to share for the Near West Side, come join with other neighbors to make it come true!
Links for Residents
- Facebook: Near West Side Neighbors (Not maintained by the NWSNA)
Author Archives: peterdorfman
Peter Dorfman called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM virtually over Zoom. Alan Balkema, Bill Baus, Sandi Clothier, Sita Cohen, Olivia Dorfman, Peter Dorfman, Karen Duffy, Natalia Galvan, Jean Graham, Tom Payne, Jennifer Ryan, Jenny Stephens, Cheryl Sweeny, Angela van … Continue reading
The Bloomington office of Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND) is looking for help marking National Good Neighbor Day through its Blooming Neighborhoods celebration — an annual Bloomington tradition for over 20 years. This year HAND is planning a special virtual … Continue reading
Peter Dorfman called the meeting to order at 7:04 PM, virtually over Zoom, facilitated by Olivia Dorfman. Olivia Dorfman, Peter Dorfman, Karen Duffy, Jenny Stephens, Bill Baus, Alan Balkema, Tom Payne, Jennifer Ryan, Cheryl Sweeney, Vernon Sweeney, Natalia Galvan, Michael … Continue reading
Date: Friday, June 19 Time: 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM Location: Rev. Butler Park (812 W. 9th St.) Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/747194146020521/ Join Black Lives Matter for the Juneteenth Celebration! There will be speeches by BLM Core Council & other local black leaders, and music and … Continue reading
Below is an announcement regarding the first of four public engagement opportunities on the Hospital Site Redevelopment The City of Bloomington invites community members to participate in and learn more about the process of redeveloping the current site of IU … Continue reading
The Near West Side Neighborhood Association normally meets every third Tuesday evening at 7:00 in the first floor kitchen at the Banneker Community Center, 930 W 7th St. Like most public facilities, the Banneker Center closed because of the COVID-19 … Continue reading