Brownfield Redevelopment

Creation, Purpose and Management
In October 2006 the Osceola County Board of Commissioners created the Osceola County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority ("Authority").  The Authority was created to assist in the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of real property which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. Day-to-day management of the Brownfield Redevelopment program is provided through the County's Community Development office.  Strategic decisions and program oversight is provided by the Osceola County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors.   

Environmental Site Assessments, Baseline Environmental Assessments, and Due Care Plans
The Authority has completed 21 Hazardous Substance Environmental Site Assessments, 3 Hazardous Substance Baseline Environmental Assessments, 3 Hazardous Substance Due Care Plans, 19 Petroleum Environmental Site Assessments, 6 Baseline Environmental Assessments, and 1 Petroleum Due Care Plan.  The report for each assessment or plan is available at the County's Community Development Office.  Click here for a listing by address and type.

Cleanup My Community
Access details of Brownfield related work in Osceola County or any community in the United States.  The Environmental Protection Agency's Cleanups in My Community (CIMC) enables you to map and list hazardous waste cleanup locations and grant areas, drill down to details about those cleanups and grants, and access other related information.