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Brownfields Resources and News

Brownfields Program News and Events


2019 National Brownfields Training Conference
The 18th National Brownfields Training Conference was held at the Los Angeles Convention Center.   This event brought together a colossal group of participants focused on cleaning up and reusing formerly exploited commercial and industrial properties. The City was proud to showcase several of their most current and pioneering projects, featuring permeable pavers, collection of urban runoff from storm drains, and the treatment of hundreds of thousands of gallons of polluted runoff per day.

Taylor Yard River
LA River Tour
                              Enrique & Nuna
LASAN Director Enrique Zaldivar Meets with EPA Representatives


US EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant
Citywide Brownfields Program has submitted an application to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Brownfields Cleanup Grant for the Paseo del Rio, which is located adjacent to the Los Angeles River.  Please check on this website for further updates.

Albion Riverside Park Ribbon Cutting
Ribbon Cutting                               Albion Park Drone Picture
The highly anticipated grand opening of the Albion Riverside Park took place on March 30, 2019.  LA Sanitation & Environment's Brownfields Program secured $500,000 of EPA grant funding to assist with the cleanup of this former dairy distribution center.  This new park sits adjacent to the LA River, offering breathtaking views.  This modern recreational facility includes synthetic soccer fields, basketball courts, a playground, learning center and a leading-edge porous pavement to utilize recycled storm water.  To read about our latest News Release, Click Here!



 
 
 Western and Gage 2 Wilmington Block Remediation

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Check out the featured article on the City of Los Angeles Brownfields Program from Center for Creative Land Recycling! Click Here  


EPA Brownfields Area-Wide Assessment Grant

The City’s Brownfields Program has been awarded two US EPA Grant Brownfields Assessment Grants. The grant funds will be used to perform Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments and cleanup planning in Los Angeles area.
      

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"Our parks are vital neighborhood assets, essential to our communities and the safety of those parks is paramount, especially for our children" said Councilmember Mitchell Englander. "While it took a long time to raise the $9 million necessary for the clean-up of Chatsworth Park South, it all started with funding from the Brownfields program for the initial testing." 

Brownfields Resources:

Check out Los Angeles’ latest sustainability initiatives on @SustCitiesInst website! http://www.sustainablecitiesinstitute.org/cities/los-angeles-california

Join the Brownfields Network coordinated by The National Association of Local Government Environmental Professionals (NALGEP)     


City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department Financial incentive programs for projects within designated incentive Zones.

http://ewddlacity.com/index.php/about-ewdd


State of California DTSC Brownfields Reuse Guidance Documents

http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/SiteCleanup/Brownfields/BrownfieldsDocLib.cfm


Learn more about US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) brownfields projects in Los Angeles Click Here


Learn more about US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) A Citizen's Guide to Phytoremediation
Click Here


For information on various types of contaminated site treatment and issues, go to:  USEPA Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information


US EPA Grant and Loan Programs

https://www.epa.gov/grants


Brownfields Insurance

Information on Obtaining Insurance for Brownfields Sites: https://www.epa.gov/brownfields/brownfields-environmental-insurance-helps-ensure-redevelopment


Brownfields Tax Incentive

Information from the US EPA on the Brownfields Tax Incentive
https://www.epa.gov/brownfields/brownfields-tax-incentive

Please see our Brownfields Brochure for more information on the program Click Here