|State of Utah|
|Founded by||William Carpenter|
|Elevation||2,523 ft (769 m)|
|Time zone||Mountain (UTC-7)|
|• Summer (DST)||Mountain (UTC-6)|
|GNIS feature ID||1437504|
Access to Bloomington is achieved by Interstate 15 in Utah Brigham Road Exit 4, Southern Parkway (SR-7)) Exit 2, or by Tonaquint Drive on the north side of the "Bloomington Circle", a loop that encircles the "Bloomington Country Club" neighborhood.
In 2005 there was massive flooding in the Washington County area. The Man-O-War bridge usually remained opened; however, it was closed for a few hours at a time during the worst of the flooding. The community gathered together to sandbag and protect homes along the Virgin River. Although many were flooded, no houses were swept away as they were in the Green Valley area.
Man O War Bridge
The Man O War Bridge crosses the Virgin River and connects the "Bloomington Circle" to I-15 via Pioneer Road.
Bloomington Country Club
- "US Board on Geographic Names". United States Geological Survey. 25 Oct 2007. Retrieved 2008-01-31.
- Kuzmanic, Joyce (21 Dec 2010). "An excavator worked tirelessly on the Man O War bridge today". St. George News. Retrieved 25 Apr 2016.
- "Official site.". bloomingtoncountryclub.com. Bloomington Country Club. Retrieved 2 Jan 2011.
- Climate Summary for Bloomington, Utah