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Brownfields

Brownfield projects typically are developments with eligible activities to clean up environmental contamination.  Ann Arbor is a core community and, in addition to properties defined as a "facility" (i.e., contaminated), property that is "blighted" or "functionally obsolete" may also be eligible to work with the city to develop a Brownfield plan.

For more information on Brownfield projects, contact Jill Thacher

The Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (WCBRA) was created in 1999 under the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act (Act 381).

The City of Ann Arbor joined the WCBRA in January 2002.

Ann Arbor Brownfield Projects

Copies of approved Brownfield Plans can be found on the Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority website

 


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