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Potential Partners

The following is a list of organizations/stakeholders that often become involved in brownfields redevelopment. When beginning a brownfield project in your community, please consider partnering with others who may also share your goals and have additional expertise to offer your project. While not every entity on this list may be applicable to your situation, the list may offer ideas of possible partnerships.

The Indiana Brownfields Program works in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other Indiana agencies to assist communities in making productive use of their brownfield properties.  U.S. EPA is our primary partner, and we provide support letters for applicants for U.S. EPA financial assistance and coordinate petroleum site eligibility determinations.  For more information, check out U.S. EPA's web page directly at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Local Government - Public

  • Elected Officials
  • Health and Housing Departments
  • Planning/Redevelopment Commissions

Local Business - Private

  • Attorneys
  • Chambers of Commerce
  • Consultants
  • Developers
  • Lending Institutions
  • Realtors
  • Small Business Associations
  • Utilities

Local/State Interest Groups - Private & Public

  • Churches
  • Community Leaders
  • Community Members
  • Environmental Groups
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Historic Preservation
  • Media

Neighborhood Associations/Community Development Corporations (CDCs)

  • Schools/Universities
  • Trade Associations
  • Urban Leagues

Local Units of Government

State Government Agencies - Public