The committee will seek ways to improve parking in the city's downtown area, including the possible installation of parking meters.
Since February city officials have been holding weekly video conferences with IPS, the meter manufacturers, to address the ongoing issues.
The hours the parking meters are enforced are changing starting Monday.
The council changes meter enforcement times from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce is conducting a downtown parking survey through the end of next week.
Starting in mid-November a parking app called Parkmobile will allow users to pay Bloomington parking meters using their smart phones.
Revenue generated from the City of Bloomington’s newly established parking meters will now go into a separate fund to comply with state law.
The new downtown parking meters have been online for two weeks, but the city has only been writing warning tickets to date.
Money from newly-installed parking meters in downtown Bloomington will help pay for five part-time and one full-time positions.
Since 1,400 parking meters in downtown Bloomington went online this week, they have been generating about $5,000 a day for the city.