Green Columbus Fund is a reimbursement grant program that uses financial incentives to encourage sustainable development and redevelopment. Private businesses and non-profits can apply for grants to either redevelop Brownfield sites or to build green in Columbus.
For more information open any of the following documents:
The grants process consists of the following steps:
On February 28, 2011, Columbus City Council authorized the first four grants under this program, thus encumbering 24% of the one million dollar fund. These grant awards went to two LEED projects - the Wesley Glen Wellness Center and the Capital Park Family Health Center - and for Brownfield assessment work at two sites - 421-435 West State Street and 154-164 South Yale Avenue.
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