Since February city officials have been holding weekly video conferences with IPS, the meter manufacturers, to address the ongoing issues.
At a press conference Friday, Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton discussed continuing problems with the city's 1500 parking meters.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce says it has received concerns about parking meter hours and unclear parking rules.
Some homeowners say more people are parking in residential neighborhoods, but city officials say the congestion is because of the start of the academic year.
More than 1,500 digital parking meters, costing the city almost a $1 million, will be installed this summer.
A proposal going before the Bloomington city council would virtually eliminate free parking from the downtown retail district.
The city will also do a once-a-decade reconsideration of how it expands and where it should house its residents.
The city of Bloomington is looking to expand paid parking in much of downtown.