City of South Portland -- Brownfields Program

In 2019, the City of South Portland was successful in applying for $300,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for community-wide assessment work. As part of this program, the City will identify potential brownfields sites (primarily at former and current industrial sites along the waterfront), conduct Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments, and prepare cleanup and remediation plans.

Grant funds also will be used by the Brownfields Advisory Team to conduct community engagement, including advertising the program to property owners and holding community meetings.

The target areas for this program include the waterfront neighborhoods of Ferry Village, Knightville, Pleasantdale, and Ligonia.

In the fall of 2019 the City solicited for a Qualified Environemental Professional (QEP) to assist with management of the Brownfields program, and the City subsequently contracted with Ransom Consulting.


Additional Information

Brownfields Assessment Program Work Plan

Cooperative Agreement

Brownfields Assessment Grant Application

Do you own a property that may qualify for Brownfields assessment funding? Do you have questions related to the Brownfields Program? Contact Assistant City Manager Joshua Reny or tel. 207-767-7606