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Cuyahoga County Brownfield Redevelopment Resources

 
Northcoast Brownfield Coalition Assessment
The Northcoast Brownfield Coalition, a partnership between Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland, and other regional partners, has received grant funding to provide environmental assessments to advance development. The coalition can provide funding for Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and for investigations of Underground Storage Tanks. The assessments will assist with understanding your development site and positioning your property for redevelopment.
 
Applications for assessment funding are available; click here.

Cuyahoga County Commercial Property Reutilization Program
The Commercial Property Reutilization Program has three funding tracks that offer partially forgivable loans to assist with the re-use of abandoned or underutilized commercial and industrial property. The program provides funding for redevelopment-ready site development projects, for on-site business expansions, and for redevelopment and modernization of existing buildings.
 
For more information about the Cuyahoga County Commercial Property Reutilization Program click here.

Cuyahoga County Brownfield Community Assessment Initiative
Cuyahoga County provides professional services to conduct Phase I and II environmental site assessments on Brownfields contaminated with hazardous substances and/or petroleum products in Cuyahoga County. The county contracts directly with experienced environmental consulting firms to conduct the assessment work. 
 
For more information about the Cuyahoga County Brownfield Community Assessment Initiative please click here