Revitalizing our historic waterfront community

The City of Washington’s Brownfields Redevelopment Program is designed to transition eligible properties from underutilized, potentially contaminated sites to new useful purposes.

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Improving upon the

Original 1776 Washington

Welcome to the City of Washington’s Brownfields Assessment Program website. The Brownfields Program provides professional and economic assistance to owners and potential purchasers/developers of Brownfields properties with the goal of putting these sites back into beneficial reuse.

Here you will find information about program guidelines, activities and accomplishments. We encourage you to check back regularly to keep informed about Washington’s latest brownfields assessment projects and upcoming milestones.

As part of our program, we are seeking property owners and developers interested in revitalizing our brownfield properties. Attending a Brownfields Steering Committee meeting and visiting our Frequently Asked Questions page are great ways to learn more about our program and to provide feedback.

Grant $ Awarded to the City

Current properties in the program

Former Dr Pepper Plant

Former Dr Pepper Plant

211 North Bridge Street

Hotel Louise

Hotel Louise

163 W Main Street

427 & 429 Bridge Street

427 & 429 Bridge Street

427 & 429 Bridge Street

Moore Motor Company

Moore Motor Company

Corner of 5th & Bridge Street

Pamlico Chemical Company

Pamlico Chemical Company

933 West Main Street

How it works

 

If you are looking to buy or sell a property in Washington, grant funds can be used to pay for the initial environmental assessments if the property qualifies for the program.

Simply fill out the form below to start the process.

 

Have questions ??

 

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information on program guidelines, definitions and to explore how the program may benefit a property owner, community organization, or a developer interested in rehabilitating a brownfield property.

Benefits to you

 

Many times removing the environmental barriers associated with a property, either real or perceived, can open up a property’s reuse. Using grant money to pay for the initial environmental assessments can take away the financial hurdle that sometimes makes people look elsewhere.

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