A brownfield is a former commercial or industrial property that has lost value because of real or perceived environmental contamination. This could include manufacturing sites, gas stations, dry cleaners, or older building structures and others. Many current establishments such as the BOK Center, Guthrie Green, and the planned BMX Training Facility were developed on brownfield sites with assistance and support of city, state, and federal government.
If you’re interested in benefiting from rehabilitating a brownfield site, please see information on our Revolving Loan Fund and other resources. Apply for a Targeted Brownfields Assessment by contacting us at:
Michelle Barnett, P.E.
Deputy Chief of Economic Development
Phone (918) 596-7457
The City of Tulsa intends to submit a proposal to the EPA for abatement of asbestos from portions of Air Force Plant No. 3 located at Tulsa International Airport. A Draft Cleanup Proposal and Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) have been prepared and will be available for review during normal business hours at City Hall, One Technology Center, 175 E. 2nd St., Room 15-040. The City of Tulsa will also hold a public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 where these documents will be available for review and comment. The meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium of Central Center at Centennial Park, 1028 E. Sixth St. The public may review and submit comments regarding these materials and other questions about brownfields to Michelle Barnett, Brownfields Program Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.