Finding funds for brownfield redevelopment helps old sites and locations find new potential
Before we were brought in to help with grant application and implementation services, the City of Spokane hadn’t received brownfield redevelopment funding in nearly a decade. Since 2015, with our support, the City has received nearly $2 million in Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) brownfield grant funding—more than any other community in Region 10.
This funding has included an area-wide planning grant ($200,000), a community-wide assessment grant ($400,000), three cleanup grants ($200,000 each), an assessment coalition grant ($600,000), and multiple targeted brownfield assessments (TBAs) and technical assistance grants (TAGs).
This injection of brownfield-directed funding has spurred transformational developments in two key Spokane areas: the YARD, a distressed neighborhood in Northeast Spokane surrounding a former railyard, and the 100-acre Riverfront Park.
Combined, these EPA and Washington State funded assessment and clean-up efforts have resulted in over $65 million in improvements and created thousands of local jobs.
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