EPA Brownfields Multipurpose, Assessment, and Cleanup Grant Opportunities are Now Open!

 

Application Due Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 by 11:59 PM Eastern Time

 FY21 Grant Solicitation Link

Below are state-specific resources and documents for Brownfields Redevelopment projects.

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Overview
Properties that sit untouched because of their real or perceived contamination can be rehabilitated using our Brownfields Program along with the Voluntary Cleanup Program.

 

Because the Voluntary Cleanup Program provides both federal and state remedial plan approval in one step, banks will accept a "No Action Determination" letter from the program as assurance that the state or the EPA won't order a costly, conventional cleanup.

 

In addition to cleanup plan reviews, the Brownfields Program offers assistance to property owners in the form of:

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The EPA Brownfields Program in Region 8 provides grands and technical assistance in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, and 27 tribal nations. Brownfields assistance can be used to assess, safely clean up and sustainably reuse contaminated properties.

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Clean-up Support

We understand that cleaning a brownfield site can be confusing and over whelming. We are here to provide clarity and support with decision making of what cleanup can mean and determining contamination on a site. With only one application we provide a Targeted Brownfields Assessment  and eligibility to enroll in the Voluntarily Cleanup and Redevelop program which provides both federal and state remedial plan approval in one step. View the application for both programs


Financial Resources

Clean is costly and funding can be hard to come. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environments a variety of financial resources to prepare your site for redevelopment through.  We will help you navigate to determine which resources match your needs. 

 

Contact us if you’re interested in learning more or pursuing any of these available opportunities.

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Brownfields Project Marketplace

What is the Marketplace? The Marketplace is FREE brownfields financing technical assistance. The Marketplace is an open forum that connects communities looking to finance brownfield redevelopment projects with development financiers and brownfield project experts. Through the Marketplace, communities can engage in open discussion with experts, get answers to their financing questions, and come away with a better understanding of the resources available for their redevelopment projects.

Communities are asked to prepare a brief presentation on their redevelopment project and present it to our technical assistance partners in exchange for financing suggestions.

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