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Updates

Bloomington in Phase 4 - Things to Know

Post Date:06/25/2020 3:20 PM

**CORRECTION TO OFF-PREMISE (OUTDOOR) DINING & TAVERN HOURS: Businesses may serve off-premise until 10:30 Sunday-Thursday and until midnight Friday-Saturday. Indoor hours remain their normal operating hours.** 

 

As we prepare to enter Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan tomorrow, here are some Bloomington-specific updates and answers to questions we have received frequently:

  • City Hall, City offices at the Government Center, etc. will remain open by appointment only as they have been for the past few weeks.
  • The walk up windows at Grossinger Motors Arena are still open for business. These windows can be used for making cash water bill payments and performing other transactions.
  • People may begin renting/reserving most City facilities for gatherings of up to 50 people.
  • The Zoo will reopen with reduced capacity. Please visit www.millerparkzoo.org for more information.
  • Limited restrooms in parks will be opened. Drinking fountains will not be available in parks.
  • Playgrounds/spraygrounds will remain closed at this time.
  • Outdoor dining has been extended in the City through the end of August (so continue to drive carefully!), and indoor dining options will start to become available tomorrow.
  • Indoor tavern hours will return to normal. Off-premise (outside of the building) hours must continue to end by 10:30 p.m.

If you have a question during business hours, please contact us at 309-434-2509 or info@cityblm.org. Some of our facilities may be closed, but we are open for business and here to help!

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