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The Department of Assets, Information and Services does not have funding available for brownfield redevelopment for private or not-for-profit entities; however, grant and loan funds are available from U.S. EPA and Illinois EPA.
The following document is for a Chicago Housing Authority proposed development project located at 5150 N. Northwest Highway. 2FM is currently performing an environmental review of the proposed project under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations.
The following document is for a City of Chicago and Chicago Housing Authority proposed land swap and redevelopment project located at 3808 S. Dearborn. 2FM is currently performing an environmental review of the proposed project under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations.
The following documents are related to a City of Chicago Department of Housing Multifamily Loan Program development at 2008-12 S. Ashland Ave. AIS is currently performing an environmental review of the proposed project under National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations.
Brownfields, as defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), are “abandoned, idled, or under-utilized industrial and commercial facilities where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real or perceived environmental contamination.”
Chicago’s most famous rooftop garden sits atop City Hall, an 11-story office building in the Loop. City Hall and the adjacent Cook County building appear to most people as one building spanning a city block bounded by LaSalle, Randolph, Clark and Washington streets.
Fleet and Facility Management's Graphic Services is committed to the environment and is making efforts to eliminate paper and toxic chemical waste, from design through production. We choose printing products that are environmentally friendly to help lessen factors that contribute to air, land and water pollution. Every job we print, design or photograph has been thoughtfully produced, keeping in mind our footprint on this planet.
The ‘Former Carnotite Reduction Company’: Illinois Emergency Management Agency (IEMA) has issued 2FM a Radioactive Materials License for the possession and storage of radioactive material located on City property and in the public right-of-way associated with the Former Carnotite Reduction Company.
The City of Chicago (“City”), through its Department of Assets, Information and Services (“AIS”), invites interested parties to respond to this Request for Information (“RFI”) regarding the City’s Franchise for Electricity Delivery.