What sites are eligible for grant funds?

Sites eligible for grant-funded activities include private- or public-owned properties with known or suspected contamination and properties where sale, reuse, or redevelopment is planned. Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis. Eligible sites may include (but are not limited to):

  • Former dry cleaners
  • Former gas stations and auto repair shops
  • Former manufacturing and industrial sites (e.g. wineries, food processing facilities)
  • Former rail yards and truck depots
  • Old buildings with asbestos or lead-based paint
  • Salvage yards, dumps, and landfills
  • Underutilized warehouses and commercial facilities

Eligible sites may not be included on the Environmental Protect Agency National Priority “Superfund” List or targeted for any federal or state enforcement action. The property owner must provide site access for assessment.

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1. What is a brownfield?
2. What are the benefits of brownfield redevelopment?
3. What will grant funds be used for?
4. What sites are eligible for grant funds?
5. What are the program requirements and timeline?
6. How do I nominate/identify sites for use of grant funding?