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)
Category Archives: News
Near West Side Neighborhood Association February 19, 2019 (3rd Tuesday) Meeting 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Banneker Center Kitchen Agenda Introductions Treasurer’s report Discussion on costs associated with proposed mailing to owners and residents regarding Historic District designation and other … Continue reading
Near West Side Historic Designation Committee Update With a New Year comes some reorganizing and restructuring for the NWS Historic Designation Committee, as well as a shift in focus to make certain that all residents and homeowners are well informed … Continue reading
Dear fellow Near West Siders, residents and owners, Thank you for coming out to the beginning of the Public Meetings concerning the proposal for a local Historic Designation for this area. From all the confusion our original flyer generated, we … Continue reading
The Near West Side Historic Preservation Designation Committee* invites Near West Side neighbors to drop in to any or all of three public meetings where we will discuss the benefits of securing Historic District status from the City of Bloomington. … Continue reading
JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS THIS SUNDAY, June 11th, 2017 NOON-5PM HELP PAINT THE 7TH ST. TRAFFIC CALMERS!! Murals are to be painted on the three concrete circles surrounding planters on 7th St. and Waldron, Oak, and Pine Streets. This artwork is part … Continue reading
The Redevelopment Commission and the City of Bloomington cordially invite residents to an Open House on January 30th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the atrium at City Hall, 401 North Morton Street. The event will be an informal … Continue reading
Join us, October 18th, at our quarterly neighborhood-wide meeting, 7PM at the Banneker Center. Hear from candidate for County Commissioner, Amanda Barge, as well as a representative for school board candidate, Cathy Fuentes-Rowher, who will explain the Monroe County Schools … Continue reading
FINAL PRESENTATION OF DUKE SUBSTATION PROPOSAL 8/31 City Council Meeting City Hall Council Chambers (401 N. Morton St., #115) Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: Duke Agenda Item will likely be presented closer to 8pm or 8:30pm (2 agenda … Continue reading
11th & Rogers SUBSTATION UPDATE Next Hearing: City Council Meeting Wednesday, August 31 7:30pm City Hall Council Chambers (401 N Morton St) View project history and updates on SubstationSolutions.info Duke is planning on presenting a new proposal at the 8/31 meeting … Continue reading