Funding for Environmental Site Assessments in the vicinity of Wilmington and Pacoima

The City`s Brownfields Program has received funding from the US Environmental Protection Agency to conduct environmental site assessments on qualifying properties. The work will be performed by the City`s contractors and the report given to the property owner. There is no further obligation. Below is a partial list of eligibility criteria:

  • The site must be in the vicinity of Wilmington or Pacoima
  • There must be a suspicion of petroleum or hazardous waste contamination on the property. This could include petroleum underground storage tanks that require removal
  • The contamination occurred prior to the current owner acquiring the property.

If you think your property may be eligible, please contact Nuna Tersibashian at of Bureau of Sanitation at (213) 485-3791.

City of Los Angeles Brownfields Program News

EPA Selects the City of Los Angeles for a $400,000 Brownfield Grant.

Brownfields Funds Received To Remediate Albion Park

The City’s Brownfields Program has been awarded a $400,000 US EPA Brownfields area wide assessment grant. The grant funds will be used to perform Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments in Wilmington and Pacoima.

Rockwood Park Cleanup Completed and New Park Dedicated

Brownfields Assistance

The City’s Brownfields Program provides assistance to private property owners, community organizations, and agencies for a wide range of development sites throughout the City of Los Angeles. The Program provides various types of assistance including on call technical assistance, assisting site owners in identifying government grant programs to pay for site assessment and remediation. In some cases the Program provides assessment and remediation services, and assistance in understanding assessment and remediation requirements.

Funding Programs

Fact sheet on funding programs for brownfields sites

Table comparing brownfields funding programs

Brownfields News and Events

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For more information on the City's Brownfields Program please contact:
or Solid Resources Citywide Recycling Division at (213) 485-2260.

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