Protecting Public Health and the Environment.

Brownfields Success Story: Cougar Corner - St. Anthony

Cougar Corner 1
June 2008 - Former Cougar Corner, 505 S. Bridge St., St. Anthony, Idaho

Site Background

The former Cougar Corner located at 505 South Bridge Street in St. Anthony has been a fuel service station for about 30 years. The station was foreclosed on in summer 2007 and has been vacant since. In 2008, the owner submitted a Brownfields assessment application to DEQ so potential purchasers’ environmental concerns would be alleviated.

Site Investigation Process

Cougar Corner 2
June 2009 - Tank Excavation

Through the Brownfields program, DEQ contracted with Strata, Inc. to perform a Phase I Assessment to discover where the current tanks were located beneath the ground and to see if there were any other environmental concerns. A Phase II Assessment was conducted on the property following the results of the Phase I Assessment. The Phase II Assessment consisted of collecting soil, ground water, and vapor samples and issuing a report that summarized activities. The report was finalized September 2009.

Site Cleanup

The site does not need cleanup but does have a deed restriction to prevent ground water extraction.

Redevelopment Plans

The site has been sold and will be redeveloped.


Staff Contacts

Brownfields Response Program Manager
Eric Traynor
DEQ State Office
Waste Management and Remediation Division
1410 N. Hilton
Boise, ID 83706
(208) 373-0565
eric.traynor@deq.idaho.gov

Related Pages

Brownfields Assessment Program

Brownfields Grants

Voluntary Cleanup Program