Partners in Development The City of Dayton is proud to partner with the State of Ohio through the Clean Ohio program. Through Clean Ohio, the City has been able to conduct environmental assessments and remediation of important brownfield development sites in the city. A brownfield is an abandoned or under-used industrial or commercial property where redevelopment is complicated by known or potential releases of hazardous substances.
Success Some of our successful projects include Tech Town, the Caldwell Street site at UD, the Mendelson Project, the West Side Chevy Building, the ESI site, the Howard Paper site, the former Nibco Foundry, Centre City, the Concord Foods site, and the new Goodwill Easter Seals project. Please click the links above for more information on these projects. The City is currently developing a strategic plan for future brownfield projects.
Contact For more information about the City's involvement in the Clean Ohio program or brownfield development opportunities in Dayton, please contact the Office of Economic Development at (937) 333-3634.
Public Notices: The following public notices are a requirement of the Clean Ohio grant application process, and provide information about our upcoming projects:
Dayton Electoplate Project The City of Dayton is applying for a grant from the Clean Ohio Assistance Fund for the Dayton Electroplate Project located at 1030 Valley Street, Dayton, Ohio 45404. The application is available for review at the Dayton Metro Library (Main Branch), located at 215 E. Third Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 from March 1, 2013 until April 23, 2013.
A public meeting to discuss and solicit comments on the grant application will be held at 12:00 p.m. on Monday, April 22, 2013 at City Hall, 6th Floor Training Room, located at 101 W. Third Street Dayton, Ohio 45402. Additional information is available by clicking here, or upon request. Any questions may be referred to Keith Klein, City of Dayton Senior Development Specialist, at 937-333-3812.