A brownfield is a property where expansion, redevelopment, or reuse may be complicated by environmental contaminants. Lack of information may contribute to the stigma of a brownfield site. Example properties include abandoned gas stations, underused industrial or commercial properties, buildings where lead‑based paint or asbestos are concerns, meth-impacted buildings, and for vehicle/equipment maintenance facilities. If left alone, a brownfield can pose numerous challenges for investment, can limit the potential of a neighborhood, and can be a threat to safety and health.
The City of Cheyenne's Revolving Loan Fund can make subsidized loans and subgrants for cleanup brownfield sites in Laramie County. The RLF is a flexible, low-interest alternative to a traditional loan.
The Brownfield RLF offers grants and/or loans in combination with others sources of funds. Loans are at low interest rates and have flexible repayment and collateral terms. This low-cost financing for the cleanup of eligible properties helps a project reach reuse and redevelopment.
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Cheyenne, WY Brownfield Coalition
Policies and Procedures(PDF, 232KB)
September 1, 2021 -
August 28, 2024
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June 14, 2025