Brownfields Program

The City of Missoula Brownfields Program assists in the assessment and clean up of properties that have the potential presence of a hazardous substance to encourage redevelopment and reuse. The program follows standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Montana Department of Environmental Quality.  

Detailed information can be found in the Program Guidelines or Frequently Asked Questions. If you feel your project is eligible for Brownfields funding please fill out a Pre-Application. For profit entities are required to fill out a Loan Pre-Application, while non profit entities may fill out a Grant Pre-Application.

Brownfields Workshop

October 11th-12th, 2017
Center for the Performing Arts
200 N Adams Street
Missoula, MT 59801
(Download Brownfields Workshop Flier)

The City of Missoula invites developers, planners, and economic development stakeholders to a free brownfields workshop.
Oct. 11 - First Day Topics: “Revitalization and Funding Resources”
8:45 AM – 4:00 PM Mountain Does your community have an abandoned building other potentially contaminated property that is impeding your communities’ future growth? Topics are designed to help you and your community gain a better understanding of what a Brownfield is, learn how Brownfield revitalization can be a part of your community’s economic development strategy, and hear from state and national representatives on resources available to you and your community. Speakers from both the public and private sector will discuss redevelopment and funding. Success stories will be presented.

Oct. 12 - Second Day Topics: “Troubleshooting Redevelopment of Challenging Sites” 8:00 AM – 12:00 Noon Mountain Participants will learn of available grants strategies for successful redevelopment of sites that present a challenge to redevelopment. Local sites will be discussed but strategies should be of interest to all attendees.

Who should attend? Local and regional government officials, economic and community development organizations, lenders and real-estate professionals, environmental consultants, property owners, and anyone interested in learning about brownfields as well as financial resources for local redevelopment.

Registration: Attendance is free, but registration is required. To register, please go to the workshop webpage.  If you need assistance with your registration, please contact Sheree Walsh,, 785-532-6519.

For more information contact:
Eran Pehan, City of Missoula,, (406) 552-6395 Mark Walker, KSU TAB,, (303) 902-1441

This workshop made possible with funding provided by US EPA.

Brownfields Supported Projects