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486 S Graham St Community Meeting

On June 30th, 2021 Bloomfield Development Corporation hosted a public virtual community meeting to give the community an opportunity to review preliminary development plans from Trek Development for 486 S Graham St the site of the Albright Church Building. Below you can view the notes, presentation, and video from the community meeting.

Watch the video.

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Bloomfield 6/16 PDD and MovePGH Community Meeting

On June 16th Bloomfield Development Corporation and neighbors heard from the Department of Mobility & Infrastructure regarding two pilot programs possibly coming to Bloomfield.

PDDs, often referred to as sidewalk robots, are delivery robots designed to make local or “last-mile” deliveries. During the meeting, DOMI will provide an update on the proposed PDD pilot and answer questions neighbors asked during the April community meeting.

Mobility Hubs are places to connect between various transportation options. In this case, they will be acting as hubs for e-scooters and providing transit information as part of the MovePGH program (www.move412.com).

Give feedback on the MovePGH Program and possible Mobility Hub locations in Bloomfield on the EngagePGH website:

MovePGH feedback here.

Bloomfield Mobility Hub feedback here.

Review the meeting recordings, slideshow, and notes below:

Watch the meeting recording on YouTube here

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4808 Baum Boulevard Development Activities Meeting

On Monday, May 17th, Bloomfield Development Corporation held a Development Activities Meeting to give neighbors a chance to review the proposed development of a drive-thru carwash at 4808 Baum Boulevard. The meeting notes and presentation are below:

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Bloomfield PDD Pilot Community Meeting

On April 22nd, 2021 the city’s Department of Mobility & Infrastructure (DOMI) presented their proposal for a pilot of Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) in Bloomfield. PDDs are ground delivery devices (remotely operated, self-driving, or both) that can be used to make deliveries throughout the neighborhood.

Watch the meeting recording on YouTube

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Bloomfield Mobility Principles

A photo of the pop-up workshop setup outside of Linea Verde Green Market on Liberty Ave in Bloomfield

Bloomfield Development Corporation launched our Mobility Principles project in early 2020 right as COVID-19 changed the ability to do community engagement in the traditional formats that we’re used to. Along with our partner Studio for Spatial Practice, we were able to hold multiple outdoor and socially distanced workshops along with online surveys to get public input. The final principles will help to guide BDC’s work and advocacy in creating a neighborhood transportation network that serves the needs of Bloomfield.