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CCLR’s Re-Imagining Route 66
Once a thriving thoroughfare, Route 66 was deserted for faster freeways leaving abandoned gas stations and economic strife in its wake. The EPA Brownfields Program and state and local initiatives are addressing the issue...
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CCLR’s Spotlight On Flagstaff: Route 66 Brownfield Initiative
This Route 66 featurette spotlights the brownfield redevelopment efforts in Flagstaff, Arizona. The city used federal funding to transform a brownfield into a bustling bus transfer station in the heart of downtown...
Click here for a list of key contacts for brownfields in Arizona...
EPA Region 9 provides Targeted Brownfield Assessments (TBAs) which are designed to inventory, characterize, and assess brownfield sites using EPA contractors. Contact: Lisa Hanusiak, 415-972-3152, [email protected]
Clearinghouse CDFI is a full-service, direct lender financing projects that create jobs & services to help people work, live, dream, grow, & thrive in healthy communities. Contact: 949-525-4976, [email protected]
The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority (WIFA) is Arizona’s State Revolving Fund administrator, funding water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the state. Contact: (602) 364-1310, https://www.azwifa.gov/contact-us...
The City of Tucson's Environmental & General Services Department manages a citywide Brownfields Program, which enables successful redevelopment of adversely impacted properties. Contact: [email protected], (520) 837-3742...
The goal of the program is to reduce obstacles and provide assistance for the redevelopment of brownfields in the city. Through EPA grants and $5 million in municipal capital improvement bond funding....
The DEUR is a restrictive covenant that documents institutional and engineering controls that may be used to allow closure of a site where contamination is still present. Contact: 602-771-4122, [email protected] ...
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