News And Outreach

Announcing the 2023 Nevada Brownfields Workshops!

August 7, 2023

We are thrilled to announce the "2023 Nevada Brownfields Workshops -- Connecting the Dots: Renew, Reuse, Revitalize", presented by the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), US EPA, and NDEP and ocurring on September 7th at the America First Center (formerly known as the Lifeguard Arena) in Henderson and September 13th at the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City.

As the name suggests, these workshops will "connect the dots" and provide information on resources, funding, challenges, and strategies for redevelopment, leveraging both EPA and other federal and state resources. Prospective attendees do not need a brownfields program to attend! Get to know your technical assistance providers, learn from firsthand experience, and develop a community of practice.

Similar content will be provided at both workshops. Prospective attendees are asked to pick the date and location most convenient to them.

To learn more and register, please visit:

Early bird registration ends Friday, August 25th!

FY 23 Brownfields Multipurpose, Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund, and Cleanup Grant Selections

May 25, 2023

EPA announced four entities in Nevada were selected to receive EPA brownfield grants. These entities were City of Las Vegas (cleanup), City of North Las Vegas (community-wide assessment), Mineral County (cleanup), and Northern Nevada Development Authority (community-wide assessment).

The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection fully supported all four awardees throughout the application process, and will continue to provide technical support to help complete each project.

To view the full EPA announcement, please visit:

A Historic Investment in Brownfields

June 6, 2022

Thanks to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), the EPA Brownfields Program will receive a historic $1.5 billion dollars over the next five years. According to the EPA, $1.2 billion will be available for project grants including Multipurpose, Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund (RLF), Cleanup, and Job Training Grants and $300 million will be available for State and Tribal Response Program cooperative agreements, including Nevada's State Response Program (also known as the Nevada Brownfields Program). For more details regarding this announcement, please visit the following link.

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