Michigan Brownfield Redevelopment Programs
Brownfield properties are those in which the redevelopment or reuse of the property may be complicated by the presence or perception of contamination. Revitalizing and redeveloping these properties protects the environment, reuses existing infrastructure, minimizes urban sprawl and creates economic opportunities. The Remediation and Redevelopment Division provides financial and technical assistance including grants, loans, tax increment financing and free site assessments to facilitate the redevelopment of brownfield properties.
For information on the State of Michigan Brownfield Program, please contact 517-284-5113 or email at EGLE-Brownfields@Michigan.gov for more information and assistance.
Locally, you probably have a Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (BRA) serving your area. The BRA's in Northeast Michigan are as follows with the dates that they were established:
Alcona County, April 16, 2003
City of Alpena, March 21, 1997
Alpena Township, February 9, 2010
City of Cheboygan, April 20, 2004
County of Cheboygan, January 18, 2008
Crawford County, March 13, 2001
Oscoda County, July 1, 2003
City of Gaylord, October 14, 2005
Otsego County, May 22, 1998
Rogers City, July 17, 2000
Montmorency County, December 11, 2006