This website is an Informational Repository for the City of Orlando Florida US EPA Brownfields Assessment Grant.  As required by the Cooperative Agreement (BF-95498212) between the City of Orlando and the US EPA, documents and studies that are produced as a result of this grant funding must be accessible to the public.
 
The City of Orlando received a community-wide  $200,000 petroleum environmental assessment grant and a $200,000 hazardous substances assessment grant to conduct Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) in the vicinity of the Parramore District.  The Brownfields team will work closely with the Brownfields Advisory Board to determine which properties have the highest potential for redevelopment in the community.  This Brownfields grant is one of the tools that will be used to promote revitalization in the community.

Required Grant Documents

Documents that are required by the cooperative agreement and as a condition of funding are located here.

Site Inventory

An inventory and maps of potential Brownfield sites in the Parramore District is included in this section.


Phase I Environmental Site Assessments

Phase I ESAs are conducted to identify past uses of a property to identify potential or existing environmental contamination, they can be accessed in this section of the web page.  

Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

During a Phase II ESA, investigators will collect soil and groundwater samples to analyze for various contaminants.  Phase II documents are located in this section.


Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives/Reuse Planning

An Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) briefly summarizes information about the site and contamination issues, cleanup standards, applicable laws, cleanup alternatives considered, and the proposed cleanup.

Other Documents

This section contains other documents and maps that were produced with this grant funding or by the Orlando Brownfield Program.  The Health Monitoring Plan is located in this section.


The City of Orlando received a site-specific cleanup grant for $200,000 for hazardous substances cleanup at the Downtown Recreation and Tennis Centre  This Brownfields grant is one of the tools that will be used to promote revitalization in the community.

Cleanup Grant Documents

This section contains Cleanup Grant documents for the Downtown Recreation and Tennis Centre.

Cleanup Grant Documents


Contact

Jeff Peters, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc.
407-903-0005 or jpeters@ectinc.com