Making Smart Growth Work: Reuse and Revitalization of Vacant and Abandoned Properties

Making Smart Growth Work: Reuse and Revitalization of Vacant and Abandoned Properties

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


EPA is soliciting initial proposals for a technical assistance program Making Smart Growth Work: Reuse and Revitalization of Vacant and Abandoned Properties. Proposals must be submitted to EPA by August 30, 2004. EPA is seeking proposals from eligible organizations to translate local efforts to prevent and redevelop vacant properties to state, regional, and/or national level applications -- to make those lessons available and applicable to a large number of localities, states, trades, and other relevant organizations. EPA expects to award one assistance agreement under this solicitation and expects to have approximately $30,000 available for first-year funding with a ceiling of $90,000 for the life of the agreement. Proposals must be submitted to EPA by August 30, 2004.

Related Link: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

For more information contact:

Carlton Eley
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (1807T)
Washington
DC 20785
USA

Phone: 202-566-2841
Fax: 202-5662868
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.epa.gov/smartgrowth/

Posted July 26, 2004



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