Brownfields Basics in Washington
Brownfields Basics in Washington (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 671KB)
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|Author(s)||Ali Furmall /Jessica Brandt|
|Description||The Department of Ecology brochure is a help for local governments and others who may be interested in redeveloping brownfields. It summarizes what a brownfield is, resources, redevelopment, funding opportunities, and integrated planning grants.|
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|Keywords||economic development, outreach, real estate, environment, redevelopment, funding, liability, property owner, grants, loans, cleanup, brownfield|
|WEB PAGE||Brownfields Program|
Redevelopment Opportunity Zones & Brownfield Redevelopment Trust Fund Accounts in Washington State: 2013–2017
Remedial Action Grants for Local Governments 2018-2021 Guidance
Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization
Brownfields Resource Guide
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