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Brownfields and Land Revitalization

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Propose a Brownfield Site

To Propose a Brownfields Candidate Property, please Contact your Regional/State Office

EPA’s Brownfields Program provides competitive grant funding for Brownfields assessment, cleanup, revolving loans, and environmental job training. To facilitate the leveraging of public resources, EPA's Brownfields Program collaborates with other EPA programs, other federal partners, and state agencies to identify and make available resources that can be used for Brownfields activities. In addition to competitive grant funding, EPA also provides technical information on various aspects of land revitalization.

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Click on each of the boxes below to learn more about how the current Brownfields Processes are designed and ways you can actively participate.

*NOTE: Community Engagement Opportunities are not sequential

Community Engagement Opportunities*
Community Engagement Initiative (CEI)

Revitalized land can be reused in ways that offer the greatest local benefit to communities – from creating public parks and restoring local ecosystems to commercial and residential cleanup and redevelopment projects. All segments of the community should be able to participate in planning the potential reuse of these properties. Community members may also have local knowledge of past site operations and the location of contamination, which may help determine cleanup plans and potential future use of the property.


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