The Denver Brownfields Program (DBP) is committed to working in partnership with stakeholders to facilitate and support the Brownfields redevelopment process in the City and County of Denver.
The DBP collaborates with developers, investors, stakeholders and the members of the affected community for the successful redevelopment of brownfields sites. To this end, DBP leverages resources and provides brownfields expertise, a variety of informational resources, financing options and educational tools. The redevelopment of Brownfields sites fosters sustainable environmental cleanup, removal of blight, reinvestment in our established communities, and neighborhood revitalization with a focus on providing community benefits, healthy environments and job creation.
Learn more about the South Platte RiverPlace Initiative here.
For more information, contact:
Michael Miera, Community Development Representative, Office of Economic Development
Dave Wilmoth, PE, PG, Senior Environmental Public Health Program Administrator, Department of Environmental Health
Brownfields are real property where the expansion, redevelopment or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or perceived presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant or contaminant. Examples of brownfield sites include former industrial sites, gas stations, dry cleaners, junkyards and landfills.
Learn more about brownfield assessment grants from the Colfax Mainstreet Coaltion.