||Albion Normal School
After assessments were conducted, cleanup is complete. The property has been purchased and is open for business. The site currently hosts family reunions.
||American Linen Property
An assessment was conducted at the site, and it was concluded that there is no unacceptable risk to human health and the environment. The site has been purchased and redevelopment is moving ahead.
||Ray's Car Care
An assessment revealed only a stigma of contamination and no contaminants. The property was sold and is now a car dealership.
||Boise Cascade Mill, South 40 Acre Log Yard
An environmental site assessment was conducted and soil samples collected. Cleanup, which began in late 2004, is complete. A portion of the site was redeveloped to provide access to the adjacent Ray Neef Whitewater Park as well as day use for recreationists. Other recreational and redevelopment plans are being considered for the site.
||Bayhorse Mining District
Based on the assessment reports for the site, it was concluded that additional risk evaluation efforts were needed to make a final determination regarding the risks associated with the site. The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation purchased the properties to develop Idaho's newest state park. Some of the sites have been redeveloped and are open for public use. Two others will begin cleanup during the 2012 field season.
||Jim's Amoco Service
A ground penetrating radar (GPR) survey and a site assessment were conducted, followed by additional sampling and development of a risk assessment. The site is currently for sale.
||Snake River Animal Shelter
A limited environmental assessement was conducted and the results were favorable. Development of the animal shelter facility will begin in 2013.
||McCall Riverside Park
Assessments were conducted at the site and no contamination was discovered. The site is ready for redevelopment.
A site assessment was conducted and results confirmed that the property was ready for revitalization. Demolition of the creamery was completed in November 2006, and the site was redeveloped into Meridian City Hall – a $25 million LEED certified building complex.
Site assessments were conducted and results revealed ground water petroleum contamination. A remediation plan was approved in May 2011, and improvements were made to the building and property.
||Rural Fire Board Station
Assessments were conducted at the site and no contamination was discovered. The Rural Fire Board completed construction of a 6,500 square foot fire station in 2012.
||Bruce and Rod's Tire Factory/Dean's Tires
An assessment was conducted at the site, which revealed soil and ground water petroleum contamination. The contaminated soils were removed, eliminating the source of ground water contamination. The site has been purchased and is operating five commercial businesses on the property.
||Pocatello Bikes and Community Garden
Site assessments were completed. Cleanup was completed in 2009, and the site operates as a community garden, bike shop/non-profit that donates bikes to the community, and also serves as a residence for folks involved with the garden and bike shop.
||Former City Dump
Site assessments were conducted, and the site may have potential human health and environmental impacts. The restoration project was complete in August 2011, and the next phase could be Priest River waterfront access through a nature park.
||Former River City Auto/Beasley's
Ground water and soil samples were collected, a risk assessment was performed, and results are pending. Cleanup, which began in late 2006, is complete, and a report should be finalized in early 2012. After the site poses no risk to human health or the environment, it will be redeveloped into a Town Square Park, office buildings, and tentively, a library.
||Sandpoint Charter High School
An assessment revealed that site conditions were suitable for the construction of the high school. The new school opened in September 2010, and was awarded LEED Silver certification in February 2011.
||USTfields Pilot Project
As a predecessor to Brownfields, EPA's USTfields Initiative funded states and tribes to conduct pilot projects in Brownfields communities to assess and clean up petroleum contamination from underground storage tanks (USTs) at abandoned commercial properties. The City of Smelterville Pilot Project is Idaho's only UST field.
Site assessments were completed. The site does not need cleanup, but does have a deed restriction to prevent ground water extraction.
||Mr. A's Dry Cleaners
After site assessments cleanup is underway. The property has been purchased, redeveloped, and Don Aslett’s Cleaning Center is open for business.
||Super Quik Gas Station
After many assessments since 1995, cleanup is underway and consists of removing free product and treating contaminated ground water via chemical oxidation.
An investigation of the soil and ground water contamination was conducted. Soil vapor samples were also collected. After receiving results of the soil vapor sampling a risk assessment was conducted and concluded that contamination was degraded to the point where it did not pose unacceptable risk to human health. The site has been purchased.
||Weiser Livestock Sale Yard
Site assessments were conducted at the site, and concentrations of contaminants were too low to require cleanup or land use restrictions. The site is being considered as part of a community development project titled Bridge-to-Bridge.