Because Ohio EPA is involved with the assessment and cleanup of many brownfield properties in the state through the Agency’s involvement in both the Voluntary Action Program and the Clean Ohio Fund, Ohio EPA maintains a voluntary, statewide inventory of brownfield properties that is available to the public.
Most of the properties contained in the Ohio Brownfield Inventory are properties that have received funding through either the Clean Ohio Assistance Fund (COAF) or Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund (CORF). There are also some properties listed that have received funding through U.S. EPA’s Brownfield Grants. In addition, cities, counties, townships, villages and private property owners are encouraged to list their brownfield properties on this Inventory.
Information contained the Ohio Brownfield Inventory includes details such as location, past use, utilities available and proximity to major roads, airports and public transportation. We hope you will find this web-based application, especially the many search functions it provides, to be helpful to you for locating brownfield properties, conducting brownfield research or obtaining general information about brownfields in Ohio.