Immediate Funding Available for Detroit Projects

The City of Detroit has funding from the US EPA that needs to be used quickly for environmental assessment activities (Phase I ESAs, Phase II ESAs, or Baseline Environmental Assessments) on projects.

If the money is not committed for projects, the EPA will recapture the funding.

The deadline to submit an application is Wednesday, October 5th.

If your project:

  • Promotes the redevelopment of land that will contribute to the City tax base and
  • Provides new jobs (temporary and permanent) in the City

Contact our team with the following information and we can get your application underway:

  • Your contact information and a description of your company. 
  • A brief description of the project, including the anticipated amount of investment, project timeline, and estimated jobs created.

 

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October 3, 2016

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