Dilapidated Buildings

The West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Program empowers communities, developers, and stakeholders to assess, cleanup, and sustainably reuse brownfields. WVDEP can provide free guidance and technical assistance throughout the brownfield redevelopment process.
601 57th Street SE
Charleston, WV 25304​
Community Advancement Development Division fosters and enhances economic growth and supports community development in West Virginia through state and federal funds. Funding assists local governments, nonprofit organizations and various types of public and private entities with affordable infrastructure systems that improve the quality of life for West Virginia citizens.
1900 Kanawha Blvd East, Bldg. 3 Rm 600
Charleston, WV  25305

The West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Centers were created to empower communities to plan and implement brownfields redevelopment projects.  The two Centers, Northern WV Brownfields Assistance Center ​and West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center at Marshall University, promote economic development and environmental and public health protection through innovative redevelopment of brownfield sites.  The Centers also promote and coordinate the development of brownfield property by providing training and technical assistance, facilitating site preparation efforts, engaging community involvement, as well as by helping communities with grant writing and leveraging project funding.  

In an effort to provide comprehensive assistance to communities throughout West Virginia, the two Centers coordinate by producing state-wide conferences, collaborating on regional projects, and sharing current brownfields information.

They serve the northern 33 counties with collaborations also extending statewide.   
1272 Evansdale Drive
Morgantown, WV 26506-6064​​

304-293-4974 ​​​
They serve the southern 22 counties in West Virginia with collaborations extending statewide. 
One John Marshall Drive
Huntington, West Virginia 25755-2585​​​​​​​