For many homeless people, shelter rules and guidelines make staying in shelters a problem.
The multi-million dollar trail will provide a new recreation space for Brown County residents and visitors.
Families look for alternative activities outside to stay cool during the heat wave.
Other concepts for the park include a dog park, a splash pad, basketball courts, bocce ball courts, wooded walking trails, and community gardens.
The Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District is considering applying for a state tourism grant.
Many of the of the city's homeless wonder why protesters are allowed in the park overnight, when the homeless have been run out of the park at night for years.
Bloomington Parks and Recreation director Mick Renneisen says participation in parks events is up, despite the high heat.