Request for Services

ECIA-BC-LogoECIA Brownfields Coalition Request for Brownfields Assessment and Planning Services

 ECIA (the lead Coalition member) received a U.S. EPA Brownfields Assessment grant to conduct environmental site assessments and planning for local governments and non-profits within the counties of Cedar, Clinton, Delaware, Dubuque, Jackson, and Jones and all of City of Edgewood including Clayton County.

brownfield is: a property of which the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant.

Brownfields are generally abandoned, idle or underused properties, or vacant land. Oftentimes these properties are considered “blight”. Residential land can also be considered brownfields if it meets the definition above. This is generally the case with vacant properties where redevelopment is planned and there is the perception that the former occupant used or stored hazardous substances or petroleum products.

To request environmental assessment services under the grant, please complete the ECIA – Application for Brownfields Services form and return to: Dawn Danielson, Brownfields Project Manager – Development

For multiple sites: Please fill out a separate form for each site. Applications will be reviewed promptly, and you will be contacted within two-four weeks regarding approval, requests for additional information, and/or next steps.

Sites do not need to be owned by the municipality or a non-profit to qualify and no local match is required to qualify for assessment services.

Municipalities and non-profits may submit an application form on behalf of a private owner where the redevelopment or reuse of the property is in the interest of the community. Public-private partnerships are encouraged.

Unsure if a site qualifies? Contact Dawn at or 563.580.1976.


ECIA – Application for Brownfields Services


Though this project has been funded, wholly or in part, by EPA, the contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of EPA.

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