Brownfield Assesment Grant

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In the fall of 2010 the City of Knoxville applied for a $400,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to do an area wide assessment of the Downtown North I-275 Redevelopment area for brownfield sites. 

In the fall of 2011 the city was awarded the grant with $200,000 dedicated to sites potentially contaminated by hazardous products and $200,000 for sites impacted by petroleum products. 

The contract period for this grant will run for three years until the fall of 2014. 

This grant will be used to conduct Phase 1 and Phase 2 environmental analysis on selected properties to further the goal of putting contaminated sites back to productive use. 

Click here to review the application document in PDF format which includes a great deal of information on the redevelopment area including an inventory of sites that be might be eligible for the use of grant funds.

10/15/10 - Brownfield Assessment Grant Application [PDF]

June 19, 2012 Public Meeting

On June 19th, 2012, the City of Knoxville held its Public Kick-Off Meeting at the Knox County Health Department. Those in attendance were presented a power point explaining the nature of the grant and Phase I & II assessments. The power point and supporting documentation may be viewed below:

06/19/12 - Myth and Fact Sheet [PDF]
06/19/12 - Brownfields' Benefits Handout [PDF]
06/19/12 - Contact Info Flyer [PDF]
06/19/12 - Powerpoint Presentation [PDF]

Downtown North Quarterly Brownfields Newsletters

1st Edition - September 2012 [PDF]
2nd Edition - March 2013 [PDF]
3rd Edition - June 2013 [PDF]
4th Edition - August 2013 [PDF]
5th Edition - December 2013 [PDF]
6th Edition - March 2014 [PDF]
7th Edition - June 2014 [PDF]
8th Edition - Sept 2014 [PDF]