The Brownfields Site Reuse and Revitalization Program is funded by an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Assessment Grants. The first grant was awarded in 2017 to a Coalition led by the Grays Harbor Council of Governments (GHCOG) and supported by the Cities of Aberdeen, Hoquiam and Cosmopolis. That grant was closed out in 2020 and a second grant was awarded to the Coalition, which now also includes the Cities of Elma and Westport. The Program is managed by GHCOG with support from an environmental consulting team led by Stantec Consulting Services Inc. The grants will fund Environmental Site Assessments and other cleanup/reuse activities at publicly and privately-owned brownfield sites over up to a three-year period or until the grant funds are expended (approximately through October of 2023).