The Department of Toxic Substances Control’s Office of Brownfields’ Equitable Communities Revitalization Grant (ECRG) provides funds to incentivize cleanup and investment in disadvantaged areas of California. ECRG is setting a new path for land use that will have immediate and lasting benefits for communities, parks and green spaces, commercial enterprises, and housing.
Apply for grant funding to help Californian government units, nonprofit organizations, and Tribes assess, clean up and reuse idled and contaminated properties in the state’s environmental justice communities.
The application deadline is April 4, 2022.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity for grant assistance to clean up and revitalize our communities.
SCS Engineers encourages those applying for ECRG grants to view these on-demand webinars. Each will help you understand the full scope of the requirements to complete a Full Application for up to $7 million in funding. The application deadline is April 4, 2022.
No-cost, no-obligation assistance to applicants is available through the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), a California-based nonprofit which promotes the sustainable, equitable, and responsible reuse of underutilized and environmentally impacted properties. To sign up for Technical Assistance support, visit https://calendly.com/ecrg/ta. You can also contact CCLR directly with questions at .
ECRG Webinar: Grant Funding to Revitalize California Communities: Learn More!
Learn about what the Full Application for the ECRG program includes. Special attention is on the site eligibility and scoring criteria.
Prepare to Succeed: A Step-by-Step Guide to the ECRG Application Portal
Get a full view of how to fill out the ECRG application in the Fluxx application portal from start to finish.