Ohio Brownfields has compiled a list of various sources of assistance available to communities for assessing, remediating, and redeveloping brownfields and revitalizing neighborhoods. These can range from technical assistance in area-wide planning or completing grant applications, seed money from foundations to leverage other sources of funding, in-kind services for assessment and sampling, grants and loans for brownfield cleanup and development and serving disadvantaged communities, or tax credits for historic preservation.
Information on the various programs is organized by the type of organization with oversight (e.g., federal, state, regional, private). Use the "Funding Types" tabbed menu, below, to view information about each program.
For more information or questions about grant-funded assistance, contact Dan Tjoelker at (614) 644-3750.