What will the grants be used for?

The City of Eureka received an assessment grant totaling $300,000. The first grant is a community-wide grant set aside to assess properties potentially impacted by hazardous substances and petroleum. This grant will be used to inventory brownfield sites and conduct a limited number of environmental site assessments to determine if sites are contaminated. All work will be performed within the Balloon Track and Waterfront area in Eureka.

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1. What is a Brownfield?
2. What will the grants be used for?
3. Why redevelop these sites?
4. Are there brownfield sites in Eureka?
5. How are sites inventoried and prioritized?
6. How do I participate?
7. Am I required to get a Phase II done or can I just get a Phase I to find out if there might be an environmental issue on my property?
8. Does a Phase I involve permitting or ground disturbance?
9. How long does it take to complete Phase Is and IIs?
10. What are the regulatory risks associated with taking part in the City of Eureka Brownfields project?
11. If a regulatory case file is opened as a result of the findings of a Phase II investigation, are there any funding sources available to cover costs?
12. Will participating landowners increase their liability by participating?