Living & Working in Bloomington

Nestled in the middle of a large area of rural farmland, surrounded by lakes, forests, and portions of the Hoosier National Forest, Bloomington is home to approximately 85,000 people and a home away from home to the students of Indiana University.  Bloomington is a progressive community with the attractions of a larger city, beautiful outdoor destinations, and a small-town feel. Popular destinations in Bloomington include the campus of Indiana University, Lake Monroe, Lake Griffy, Oliver Winery, WonderLab Museum, several farmer’s markets, and is home to a thriving culinary scene and vibrant visual and performance arts sector. Bloomington is considered to be the cultural and economic center of south-central Indiana.

Bloomington is ranked number 21 in Livability’s list of the Top 100 Places to Live in America and number 5 on the list of the 10 Best Places to Raise a Family. Bloomington’s cost of living is about 4% lower than the national average and offers housing options from single family homes to apartments, condos, and townhomes. To learn more about Living in Bloomington visit Welcome to Bloomington!