After careful consideration, a decision has been made to dissolve Bloomington State Farm® Employee Activities Association (SFEA).
This will better align Bloomington to the enterprise-wide approach of Link Centers, already in place in the Hub locations. Current Link Centers in Atlanta, Dallas, and Phoenix continue to be very successful and we will be using the experience from those sites to develop our Bloomington center. The Bloomington SFEA was the final remaining activities association. All others across the Enterprise were dissolved over the last two years. State Farm is committed to providing consistent opportunities for our employees and their families to participate in meaningful and engaging events.
There are no changes planned for State Farm Park. Park access will still be granted to employees, eligible dependents, and retirees. Retirees may continue to make park shelter reservations which will begin in late spring. Park information can be found under the statefarm.com/retirees site.
We are suggesting to use ChangeTower to monitor the website for changes and get an email notification. We suggested using Visualping to do this in the past. Visualping does not seem to catch the changes accurately. You can delete you Visualping account and use ChangeTower instead. Click on View Details to get the instructions on how to set up ChangeTower.
After April 1, 2019, your Lifetime Activities cards and spouse/dependent SFEA cards will no
longer allow you to enter State Farm Park or other State Farm facilities. For access to the park,
click “View details” below. Also see the item "Visiting State Farm® facilities". Next year when your card expires, the information on getting a new card can be found in the pull down menu on the top left called "Bloomington/Normal". Please only submit this form one time! We are experiencing a high volume of requests and submitting a second form will only cause a delay. Thank you for your patience! When you pick up your cards make sure the name matches your photo ID.
Beginning January 14, 2019 Retirees wanting to enter State Farm facilities will need to be signed into the building and escorted by a current State Farm employee. Retirees should enter through the Visitors’ Center or Security and present a photo ID, along with the name and alias of the employee who will be escorting them. No flier attached.