Integrated planning grants

Reuse of a brownfield site can be a complicated undertaking that requires coordinated analysis of environmental conditions, site planning, and financial issues. Integrated Planning Grants (IPGs) support efforts in conducting the key first steps in the cleanup and redevelopment process by helping to create an integrated project plan. The IPG reduces uncertainty about contamination at a property while integrating administrative processes and analysis of investments needed for post-cleanup redevelopment of a site.

Funding cycle

  • Amount of funding available: $2,000,000 for 2019–2021 Biennium
  • Funding allocated:
  • Grant award limit: $200,000 for a single site and $300,000 for a study area with multiple sites
  • Amount of matching funds required: None

Applications are not being accepted at this time.

Start date: Sep 25, 2019
End date: Jun 30, 2021

We now have Integrated Planning Grant (IPG) funding available. 

If you have questions about a potential brownfield redevelopment project and whether it qualifies for an IPG, contact one of Ecology’s Integrated Planning Grant Coordinators listed below for your region.

Applications will open December 1, 2020. To be considered for the next funding evaluation cycle, submit your application by January 29, 2021.

Funding is available for the following entities:

Standard IPGs: Available to local governments that own or are considering acquisition, cleanup, and redevelopment of a brownfield property or multiple brownfield properties.

  • Environmental site assessments
  • Remedial investigations
  • Health assessments
  • Feasibility studies
  • Site planning
  • Community involvement
  • Land use and regulatory analyses
  • Building and infrastructure assessments
  • Economic and fiscal analyses
  • Environmental analyses as defined in state law

More information about this funding program

Cultural resource review

For ground-disturbing remedial actions to be eligible for grant funding, Ecology or another state or federal agency must consult with the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation and affected Tribes before cleanup actions begin. Our cultural resource review webpage has more details about this requirement.