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ZONE 5 OF PROJECT ASSESSMENT


5a: An area bounded east by 1st Avenue and running from 9th Street south to Clear Creek. The southern residential area of this zone received heavy damages from the 2008 flooding. As a result, the City of Coralville purchased many of the properties and demolished the remaining structures. The area is currently undergoing a comprehensive planning process for the area known as Old Town Coralville.

5b: An area bounded east by Hughes Street, west and southwest by CRANDIC Railroad and north by US Interstate 80. The undeveloped area was formerly home to a residential landfill. Current plans for this zone the relocation of the City of Coralville's Parks and Transit Department's Maintenance Facility. The facility was formerly located north of Clear Creek between 1st and 4th Avenues and received heavy damages during the flood of 2008.

5c: An area bounded east by 8th Avenue, west by 10th Avenue and north by 5th Street and south by Highway 6. The zone is comprised of residential and commercial properties. The center of the zone was formerly a mobile home park. The City has used Brownfield funds to assess environmental impacts on the site; assessments have shown the site is suitable for unrestricted redevelopment.

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Property received Phase I (ASTM E1527 or E1528) environmental site assessment under EPA Brownfields Grants.

Property received Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment under EPA Brownfields Grants.

Property received Phase I (ASTM E1527 or E1528) environmental site assessment for the Brownfields Program using other City funding.

Property received Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment for the Brownfields Program using other City funding.




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