South-Central Idaho

Brownfield Revitalization

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Property Contamination is an Unwelcome Surprise

Find Out Before Purchasing

Some commercial properties have undisclosed contamination, making them an extremely risky investment. These abandoned and contaminated properties are commonly known as “Brownfields,” and the cost of remediation can be extremely expensive. Common contaminants include lead-based paint, asbestos insulation, forgotten underground fuel tanks, and improperly stored chemicals that have leached into the nearby soil or water sources. This contamination can be costly and time-consuming to clean up. Completing an environmental assessment before purchasing can help you plan for the future and can provide you with liability protections.

Project Updates

Providing Funding for Commercial Property Assessments

The South-Central Idaho Brownfield Revitalization Program can help you pay for a Phase I and/or Phase II Environmental Assessment before you commit to purchasing a property.
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*This project has been funded, wholly or in part, by the EPA.


Brownfield Revitalization Program

of South-Central Idaho

What are Brownfields?

Brownfields are abandoned or underutilized properties complicated by actual or suspected environmental contamination.

Eligible Counties

Properties in Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Elmore, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka, or Twin Falls Counties.

Limited-Time Program

The property assessment program will run from October 2021 through September 2024.

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Site Access Agreement (PDF)

Questions? Call Us at (208)732-5727 extension 3005 or email Dr. Michele McFarlane at

Informational Flyer (PDF)

Start Your Project

1. Contact Us

We’ll set up a meeting with you where we’ll determine what specific programs and resources you qualify for.

2. Complete an Application

Once we know which program(s) you’re eligible for, we’ll help you complete your application.

3. Support Your Community!

Use your newly gained resources to restore and improve both your business and your local community.
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